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Cambodia Announces Simple 1-Step Entry Requirement

It was announced yesterday March 17, 2022, fully vaccinated travelers – including citizens from the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom – can now enter Cambodia without any Covid testing requirements. They can just enter test-free and quarantine-free. Having dropped the quarantine requirements – for visitors that are fully vaccinated – towards the end …

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Vietnam Now Has The Easiest Entry Requirements In Southeast Asia

Vietnam has once again reopened for tourism purposes and now has the easiest entry requirements in Southeast Asia. Following up on the news of Vietnam reopening and the minimal entry requirements that travelers need to adhere to in order to enter the country, it now seems that Vietnam is in fact the easiest country to …

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Vietnam Is Now Officially Open For Tourism

Vietnam finally opened for international tourism yesterday (15 March) – after more than two years of being closed due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Having reported last month that the country was looking to open its borders for tourists, Vietnam has finally done so – with travelers now able to enter for tourism purposes once …

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Super Nintendo World Is Set To Launch Its First U.S. Theme Park Next Year

Universal Studios – in partnership with Nintendo – has announced that the first Super Nintendo World in the U.S. is set to open in 2023. The park attraction – which follows in the footsteps of its namesake themed area which opened at Universal Studios Japan in 2021 – will be based at Universal Studios Hollywood …

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New Mega Cruise Ship Terminal Set To Become The Biggest In The U.S.

The construction of a new mega cruise terminal began last week in Miami, Florida – with it set to become the biggest in the U.S. once complete. The new cruise terminal is being built in a city that is commonly known as the ‘Cruise Capital of the World’ – Miami, Florida – at the world-renowned …

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TSA Extends Mask Mandate For Flights And Airports Until April 18

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has just announced that it is extending its mask mandate for public transport by a further month – with it now set to end on 18 April. The mandate was due to end in a week’s time – 18 March. However, it is not the first time that the TSA …

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Saudi Arabia Becomes 11th Country to Remove Entry Requirements

Saudi Arabia has recently removed entry requirements for visitors wanting to enter the country for tourism purposes. In the last few days, the nation’s government announced that visitors will no longer be required to show proof that they have been vaccinated against Covid-19 – and that a negative PCR test result will also no longer …

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Puerto Rico Drops All Vaccine And Testing Requirements For U.S. Travelers

From tomorrow – 10 March – Puerto Rico will be dropping all vaccine and testing requirements for U.S. travelers.  Having reported just last month that the Caribbean island no longer required fully vaccinated American travelers to present a negative Covid test result before entry – the U.S. territory is now easing its entry requirements even …

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Canada Announces Very Strict Rules For Cruise Ships And Passengers

The federal government of Canada has just announced a new public health plan for cruise ships – with the country’s cruise ship season due to begin next month (April). Most countries reopened for cruising last year and have already dropped most restrictions that Canada is now just announcing. The nation’s Transport Minister, Omar Alghabra, laid …

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Mexico Government Committed To Ending Long Wait Times At The Cancun Airport

The Mexican government has pledged its commitment to ending the long waiting times that arriving passengers have been experiencing at Cancún International Airport. Being the nation’s second busiest airport, Cancún International Airport continues to welcome tourists – with record numbers continuing to arrive into the city – famous for its stunning weather, beautiful white-sand beaches …

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U.S. Issues Level 4 ‘Do Not Travel’ Advisory For Hong Kong

U.S. citizens have been advised against traveling to Hong Kong – with the State Department issuing a Level 4 ‘Do Not Travel’ advisory. The reason behind the State Department’s decision to raise the level to its highest ‘Do Not Travel’ warning is due to the ongoing strict coronavirus restrictions that Hong Kong has implemented – …

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France To End Vaccine Passport Rules And Masks Starting March 14

From 14 March, France will lift the rules around its Covid-19 vaccine passport – as covid restrictions inside the country continue to ease. The nation’s Prime Minister, Jean Castex, announced just yesterday – 3 March – that people will no longer be required to show their vaccine passport to enter public venues, including restaurants, bars …

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