Visit these Southeast Asian countries for an exotic vacation amid the COVID pandemic

COVID-19 has ruined travel plans for many of us. From domestic sites to international sites, many places have strict restrictions due to which we cannot plan our trip to those places. However, Southeast Asia warmly welcomes tourists to its exotic tourist spots. People who want to pack up and get out can travel to Southeast Asia amid the pandemic.

Let’s cross the borders and plan our next trip to these beautiful places:


Cambodia eased COVID restrictions for tourists in November 2021. Those vaccinated can now travel to Cambodia without going through mandatory quarantine. The place is exotic, adventurous and fun and there is a lot to explore. The most emblematic temple of Cambodia, Angkor Wat is a very famous tourist site.


The Indonesian island city is a breathtaking place. From February 4, Bali will be open to all tourists. However, those vaccinated will have to go through a mandatory five-day quarantine period and will have to submit a negative COVID-19 report. Tourists can relax at the beach house and also can visit famous sites like Mount Batur, Monkey Forest, Tanah Lot Temple, Taman Ayun Temple, Jatiluwih Rice Terraces, Bali Swing, Ubud monkeys etc.


If you plan to visit Thailand, you need a visitor’s pass which you must apply for 60 days before travelling. With the Test and Go program, you are allowed to travel to all open locations in Thailand. However, users of the sandbox program will have a movement limitation. You can visit Phuket, Koh Samui, etc.


The Philippines is reopening its borders to visitors from February 10. Tourists can go to all open places. However, they must have a negative COVID report. You can walk around and see places like San Agustin Church, National Museum of the Philippines, Manila Bay, Ayala Museum, etc.

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