Vaccine Checklist

Recommended vaccines for visiting ThailandDisease and the recommended time to see a doctor:-

Typhoid: vaccination recommended 10 days before travel

Hepatitis: vaccination recommended 2 weeks before travel

Vaccinations sometimes recommended 3 months before travel:-

Tuberculoses: vaccination sometimes recommended 3 months before travel

Hepatitis B: vaccination sometimes recommended 3 months before travel

Rabies: vaccination sometimes recommended 1 month before travel

Cholera: vaccination sometimes recommended 2 weeks before travel

Malaria recommendations

The risk of malaria varies throughout Thailand, but preventative measures are recommended to avoid mosquito bites such as nets and creams. Mosquito sprays and creams are available in Thailand from any 7-Eleven.

In our experience Thailand is a relatively safe country but be aware that it is a tropical country so any cuts to the skin or exposed areas can get infected very quickly so our advice is to plan ahead and bring with you the medical equipment that you think you may need.

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We are a group of well-traveled individuals, both disabled and able-bodied . We have all worked in the disabled travel industry and we understand the accessibility issues that disabled people can face when coming to Thailand. We are interested in actively promoting disabled access with local businesses particularly, and with raising public awareness of disabled issues generally throughout Thailand.

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