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Lammbock

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  1. Hello,

     

    Doese someone of you knows by experience of a good awning company in Bangkok? 

    I want to install 2 set of drop down awnings with sunscreen fabric and motor on my Balcony. 

    I have two quotes on the table ranging from 60,000 to 80,000 Baht. Size is 418cm x 230cm & 160cm x 160cm 

    Fabric and Motor seems to be imported from Europe. Not China as they asure me. 

     

    Is this a normal price or is it overpriced? Can you tell me from your personal experience or recoment a company please? 

     

    Thanks

     

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  2. I can't speak for AIS but e.i. i am with TRUE and I called their helpline and they told me where I can find an open store. ( CP Tower at Silom ) 

    You might want to try that. Call AIS. 


  3. 4 hours ago, OneMoreFarang said:

    Sounds like: I want my new toy! I don't want to listen to all those people who don't like my new toy. Or to say it again: I want my new toy! 😉 

     

    At least you have a reason to cross the river.

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    Why are you even here? You are just a Troll that hates Apple products. "OneMoreBitterFarang" should be your username 😛

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  4. 4 hours ago, luk AJ said:

    From my Russian wife:
    ....health Certificate is needed in case of one-year visa......
    Visa service is paid by valid VISA card only, doesn’t matter USD/ThB but calculated equivalent ThB; can apply for express visa service (1-3 days); Can make an appointment on the official website of Russian Embassy
     

     

    1. Health Certificate? You mean health insurance? 

    2. I can only pay by VISA credit card? No cash or Mastercard?

    3. Can you please give me the link to the russian embassy website where I can make the appointment booking? I can't find it. 


  5. Hello Community,

     

    For the first time I am applying for a russian Visa. (1 year Business Visa M)

    I got the invitation letter, medical insurance, Thai Visa and air ticket. Based on your experience, do I need something else? 

     

    Do they only accept USD for the payment? Because there is nothing mentioned about Thai Baht. 

    http://thailand.mid.ru/en/consular-section/visa-application-procedure

     

    Appreciate any feedback.

    BR


  6. 18 hours ago, ubonjoe said:

    It is not possible to change your visa to a multiple entry without going out for a new visa.

    You could get a multiple re-entry permit for the 90 day entry from the visa that would keep the remainder of the 90 days valid when you enter the country using it.

    So you mean once I am returning to Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi airport from my trip I can get a multi-entry permit on my visa? 

    But I will have the exit stamp and also a stamp saying "used" is already on the visa page. 


  7. Hello,

     

    I am a German citizen. Can I register for the self-service immigration kiosk / passport control? My passport is able to be used for such service. 

    I have read somewhere it is available for Australian and New-Zealand citizens? Wondering if it is also available for Germans? 

    I am a frequent traveler, in-and-out the country all the time and this long lines at the immigration are really frustrating. 

     

    Cheers


  8. My METV has expired on 26th May and I was due to leave the country on 21st July. I went to the immigration in Cheng Wattana, Bangkok and got an extension until 20th August. The price for this was 1,900 Baht but on top of that I paid an Agent to make me an "appointment" so I don't have to queue up all morning. I was in-and-out within 1hr.

     

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    31 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

    Not sure what that is in front of the 1 on the stamp since it is higher than the 1.

    If they only gave you 30 days in error January 1st is the correct date. If 60 days it would be January 31st.

    I suggest you go to a immigration office to get it sorted out since to me it looks like they only gave you 30 days.

    I will fly to Hong Kong before Christmas so I should be safe.

     

     

    10 minutes ago, scubascuba3 said:

    Always best to check they are using the correct stamp. Maybe the visa number wasn't written on the arrival card?

    I did write the visa number on the arrival card.

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