The Malaysia-Thailand border pass has been revived, and the first people who used it to cross the land border did so yesterday (May 5). It comes after the two countries reached an agreement for the economic recovery of both countries following the Covid-19 epidemic.
Ruzini Rice, chairman of the Parliamentary Border Relations and Cooperation Committee, said passengers wishing to use the border pass must apply through the Thailand Pass web portal 24 hours before departure. However, the border pass facility is reserved for residents of four border states of Thailand, namely Perlis, Kedah, North Perak and Kelantan.
“Those who use the pass are only allowed to enter Thailand for three days,” he said after visiting the Immigration, Customs and Quarantine (ICQ) complex at Padang Besar. Has been named. He added that Thai travelers who use the border pass are also allowed to travel back and forth, provided they are fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
The three ICQs at Kelantane, Rantau Panjang, Pengkalan Kubar in Tumpa and Bukit Bungar in Tanah Merah were fully reopened yesterday. No border pass? If you have a passport (it is still valid), it is Sawadika From the land of laughter.