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Ro54

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  1. Well, the Visa rules states that the immigration officer has the final say....

    It's just not fun when you don't really know why they detain you, as I don't work in Thailand, just enjoy staying here. I cannot see that I have broken any laws/rules, except staying on SE and flying in/out two times. Guess I will apply for Multiple next time. Just have to plan better... I have so many good friends here, both Thai & expats ...

     

    And, I'm not offended by your answer..😊

    4 hours ago, lovethai123 said:

    You still wanna visit again after this harassment. Find another country where you are welcomed. 

     

    Sorry if I have been rude to you.

     


  2. My wife and me(both Scandinavian origin) arrived to DMK from Saigon yesterday (stayed 4 nights). Chose different immigration que. I was stopped, and waited more than 2 hours there before I was allowed entry... Been staying less than 180 days in Thailand last 4 years, as we are only working in our Homeland the other half of the year. Always arrived with 60 day Visa, do extension, fly out to a neighbour country, stay a few days, fly back, extension, repeat until we fly home. 

    I was told I had stayed 284 days in Thailand, the last 14-15 months. She also said I had to stay in my Homeland more than 310(aprx.) before I could return again. I think she didn't see my wife waiting for me, until an hour had passed...so that could be the reason for letting me enter a bit later....  

    Never had overstay, and have been visiting since 2010, but only 15-30 days the earlier years.. We travel the country by big bike, relax, and enjoy the climate here, and would like to continue staying here during winter. Now, will a MEntry Visa be safer? Just to avoid this? Haven't applied for METV before, as we usually plan as we go, and where...

    Have visited  Malaysia, Vietnam, and Laos until now... 

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  3. Been to Thailand every year since 2010, the last 4 years we've stayed for 6 month. Always arrived with a 60 day Visa. Then 30 days extension, usually a flight to a neighbour country, and back again, new extension, and either a land crossing, or another flight. No problems so far. We're only working 5-6 months in our Homeland, just relaxing and riding around on our bike. Multi entry Visa is a bit of a hassle for us, as we need 2 out/ in flights when applying, and we can't plan it for it.... Has never had any problem with immigration, though, but read some stories.... Currently we're renting on a yearly basis. Hopefully we can continue this routine for the years to come... without problems...

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  4.   I have been thinking about this model... do you think of the higher handlebar height?
    I find it comfortable, the only drawback with the bike is the saddle...the longer you ride, the more often you have to take a break...
    But the 48hp feels powerful enough...
    My Suzuki GSXF600 at home has 78hp,4cyl., behaves very different, but the saddle is awesome...[emoji16] May be partly because the riding position is more leaning, but it's still softer...

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