If you're travelling on one ticket then your checked baggages will be forwarded directly by the airlines. Thus you'll be transiting airside and won't have to clear immigration or customs. So there'll be no immigration stamps on your passport unless you plan to leave the airport and go visit Bangkok. Source: Have transited through Bangkok several times


Yes, you need it as you have transit more than 19 hours All the passengers holding Pakistani, Nepalese, Bangladeshi or Sri Lankan passport traveling via Thailand with transit over 12 hours in Bangkok are now required to get transit visa prior to travel. They may be denied boarding if they don't get a visa prior to travel. However, the layover in Bangkok is ...


you may travel on non-ed visa already issued. If the [non-ed] visa itself is already issued in the passport, you will enter as normal and get 89 days + day of arrival permission to stay. Make sure to have 20k THB equivalent in cash or traveler's cheques just in case immigration asks for proof of ability to support oneself. Enjoy your holiday. Related: ...


Key terms: Re-entry permit is used to enter on a previously obtained, valid permission to stay stamp. Obtained at the local immigration office and some of the international airports (land borders usually do not issue them). Cost is 1000 baht for single re-entry and 3800 for multiple re-entry permit. The permit is tied to the permission to stay in which you ...


The bus you want is the 874 bus route which is operated by this company. The bus takes around 3 hours and 30 minutes. If you go to this page and look for Khon Kaen (ขอนแก่น) and look at the stops/ticket offices column (จุดจอด/จุดจำหน่ายตั๋ว) we find this address: สถานีขนส่งผู้โดยสารจังหวัดขอนแก่น แห่งที่ 3 (จุดขึ้นรถ และจำหน่ายตั๋ว) Which when ...


A web search for Bangkok motorscooter hire finds quite a few results, and indeed you can ret for as little as 250 (presumably Baht) per day.


You can re-enter in the same day for sure. But for multi-day, it is upon the staff decision. They do not have clear regulation on this.


Years later, it is worth to add Sukhumvit Soi 38 Street Food Court, whose stalls offer many different options: street food to eat on your route or a selection of dishes to taste while sitting at a table. Also, it is possible to find the same dish cooked by different vendors next or close to each other, judge the menus and compare the prices. Another spot in ...

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