Current travel vaccine advice and how to prevent infections when travelling to Thailand.
The recommendations and advice on this page can never replace a medical consultation. To get the best effect from the vaccines, you should begin vaccination well before departure. You can check which vaccines you have received in Norway at helsenorge.no/en/vaccinations/. You have to pay for travel vaccines and malaria protection.
Vaccine recommendations for all travellers
Travellers should be up to date with vaccinations and boosters as recommended in Norway. You can check which vaccines you have received on helsenorge.no.
Vaccine recommendations for most travellers
These vaccines are recommended for most travellers visiting this country. The recommendation depends on the duration of the stay, type of travel/activity, the traveller's health etc., and should be assessed by a doctor.
Vaccine recommendations for some travellers
These vaccines are recommended for some travellers visiting this country. The recommendation depends on the duration of the stay, type of travel/activity, the traveller's health etc., and should be assessed by a doctor.
Yellow fever certificate
This country requires a yellow fever certificate (proof of yellow fever vaccination) for everyone/some people upon entry. Contact a doctor or vaccination center to assess your needs.
Mosquito-bite prevention and chemoprofylaxis recommended.
Areas bordering Myanmar, Cambodia, and Malaysia: Mosquito-bite prevention and chemoprophylaxis recommended. P. falciparum resistance to mefloquine and to quinine has been reported from areas near the borders with Cambodia and Myanmar. Artemisinin resistance has been reported near the border with Cambodia. P. vivax resistance to chloroquine has been reported. Cities and tourist destinations (e.g., Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya, Phuket and Koh Samui): No risk of malaria.
The rest of the country: Mosquito-bite prevention.