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I realize we are attempting to simply get into Thailand at this point with all the restrictions so traveling throughout Southeast Asia is not the first consideration at this point, but I would like to be able to travel to Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam.  Has there been discussion or agreement between the ASEAN countries on this?  I'm pretty clear on Thailand Pass (even if it's not working particularly well yet), but what about going from Thailand to Cambodia or Laos?  Can we do that?  If so, it would be great if another user could point me to guidance on this topic.  Thank you!


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It is possible only between Thailand and Cambodia for fully vaccinated travellers. Cambodia has just announced fully open for int'l tourist from Nov 15, only eVisa + free rapid test at the airport. 

Cambodia to waive quarantine requirements Nov 15, no PCR test required. Phnom Penh Post, 14 November 2021


Bali is partially opened for tourists from a list of 19 countries, but a five-day quarantine is still in place.

Bali reopens to international tourists


Vietnam is opening next year. Tourist from several countries entered via charter flights recently.

Vietnam begins limited reopening to foreign tourists. 15 NOV 2021, BLOOMBERG NEWS



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