Southeast Asia Travel News | Update October 5th

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Southeast Asia Travel News | Update October 5th

Binh Dinh plans to welcome back domestic tourists next month | Vietnam

Authorities in Binh Dinh Province may welcome back domestic visitors to its isolated peninsula next month while Phu Quoc Island has allowed tourist destinations and accommodation facilities to reopen.
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Malaysia could reopen in December | Malaysia
Once Malaysia hits the 90% mark for vaccinated residents, the country will reopen interstate travel, and Malaysians will no longer need to apply for the MyTravelPass scheme to travel overseas.
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Now 7-day stay for Sandbox tourists from any country in the world | Thailand
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to advise that under new quarantine regulations approved by the Royal Thai Government, fully vaccinated foreign tourists visiting Phuket, Surat Thani, Phang-Nga, and Krabi via the relevant sandbox programmes can now stay for only seven days before being able to move on to other parts of Thailand.
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Indonesia’s Bali to reopen to some foreign tourists from mid-October
Indonesia will reopen its tourist island Bali for some international travellers, including those from China, New Zealand, and Japan, among others, from October 14.
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Australian travel abroad coming soon with 7-day home quarantine from Thailand 

A news release issued today says Australian citizens will soon be able to travel and return home with just a 7-day quarantine period. The Australian Consul-General for Phuket says this is great news for Australia and for Thailand. He notes that Australians can now travel abroad knowing that they will be able to return home again and vows to Phuket that the Australians will be back soon.
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