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Some champagne to celebrate the end of quarantine ?


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I do not understand if, when arriving in Thailandia and going to be quarantined, it is absolutely prohibited to bring any kind of food and alcohol.

 

I would like to bring something to celebrate the end of my next house arrest.

 

Maybe I could also put my little treasure in a separate bag to be kept by the hotel, but I do not understand if this would be allowed.

 

Does anybody has experience or knowledge about the baggage checking procedure at airport and at the hotel  ?

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When quarantine ends, go outside, buy champagne, bring back, drink. 
 

I think your example is more about drowning sorrows DURING quarantine. And while it may seem cruel to withhold alcohol from modest drinkers, the impact of drunken idiots is so difficult to deal with, I guess it makes sense to have these clear rules. Or the hotels would need to employ bouncers/gorillas/security staff 24/7.

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28 minutes ago, androokery said:

 I think your example is more about drowning sorrows DURING quarantine. .....

 

Not at all, I am not so alcoholic, and I do not need to drown my quarantine sorrows in a bottle of wine .  

I would be happy to give all my bottles to the hotel to keep them while I am in quarantine.

 

You know, the Champagne bought in Thailand is madly expensive and often badly preserved.

 

Usually, when I come back to Thailand, I bring with me some bottles, good bottles, that I open gradually during my staying, together with some food specialty that I like particularly.

Anything to be condemned ?

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1 hour ago, federicoP said:

Unfortunately it is not allowed to keep wine bottles in the cary on luggage, but I will be able to keep inside some good parmesan cheese 🙂

What happened to the 50ml liquid limit to carry on baggage? Or would it be bought on the International side of the departing airport?

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4 hours ago, federicoP said:

Unfortunately it is not allowed to keep wine bottles in the cary on luggage, but I will be able to keep inside some good parmesan cheese 🙂

Once in departure lounge there are duty free shops. They sell alcohol. You can buy up to one litre and bring into Thailand. Many reports ASQ are not checking luggage at hotel.

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5 hours ago, federicoP said:

 

Not at all, I am not so alcoholic, and I do not need to drown my quarantine sorrows in a bottle of wine .  

I would be happy to give all my bottles to the hotel to keep them while I am in quarantine.

 

You know, the Champagne bought in Thailand is madly expensive and often badly preserved.

 

Usually, when I come back to Thailand, I bring with me some bottles, good bottles, that I open gradually during my staying, together with some food specialty that I like particularly.

Anything to be condemned ?

I'm sure ASQ hotel would look after any alcohol you've bought until you're realesed.

 

You have their contact details, why not ask?

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