Night-time restrictions imposed on 23 provinces in Thailand

Individual provinces are authorized to apply appropriate measures to contain local transmission of COVID-19.

Currently, 23 provinces across Thailand have imposed night-time restrictions, urging everyone to avoid going out at night unless utmost necessary, effective until further notice.

This is a living document, which the TAT Newsroom will update the list of provinces where night-time restrictions are in effect as soon as new information becomes available.


Chai Nat, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
Nakhon Pathom, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
Nakhon Nayok, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
Nonthaburi, 21.00-04.00 Hrs.
Pathum Thani, 21.00-04.00 Hrs.
Phetchaburi, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
Ratchaburi, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
Samut Prakan, 21.00-04.00 Hrs.
Samut Sakhon, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
Suphan Buri, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.

Phrae, 23.00-03.00 Hrs.
Uthai Thani, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
Bueng Kan, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
Chaiyaphum, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
Nong Khai, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
Ubon Ratchathani, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.
Yasothon, 23.00-04.00 Hrs.

Phatthalung, 22.00-03.00 Hrs.
Ranong, 22.00-04.00 Hrs.
Songkhla, 22.00-04.00 Hrs.
Surat Thani, 22.00-04.00 Hrs.
Trang, 22.00-03.00 Hrs.
Yala, 22.00-04.00 Hrs.
Once again, TAT would like to remind all travellers to take DMHTT precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19: D – Distancing, M – Mask wearing, H – Handwashing, T – Temperature check, and T – Thai Chana contact tracing application.

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For additional information and assistance relating to Thailand’s tourism, contact the TAT Contact Centre 1672 or Tourist Police 1155.