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I note that 90 day reports have been moved to Promenada.

Moovit website indicates that a Songthaew service from Chang Puak to San Kampaeng Hot Spring passes by Promenada but does not indicate what colour of pickup. Can anybody tell me ? Thanks.

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You can do 90 day report online. No need to waste time and money to go there physically.

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It's a nice walk at this time of year, but don't forget your pollution mask 🙂

 

BTW the white songteau go to SK, but not on the road that Prom is on.  What happened to the blue buses that used to go there?

 

 

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90-day reporting in person? Are you kidding? Total waste of time.  Has not been necessary for years (12 for me). Report on-line or by post. Enjoy your day doing more productive/enjoyable things.

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6 hours ago, Yorkshire Tea said:

What happened to the blue buses that used to go there?

 

 

Still going, just one an hour though

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15 hours ago, EricTh said:

You can do 90 day report online. No need to waste time and money to go there physically.

I am one of many for whom the on line reporting refuses to work.

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47 minutes ago, sanemax said:

Still going, just one an hour though

Is that a proper bus or a songthaew and where a I board it in town ?

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1 hour ago, Maybole said:

Is that a proper bus or a songthaew and where a I board it in town ?

Blue bus 30 Baht .

search for a route map to find the bus stops 

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5 hours ago, Maybole said:

I am one of many for whom the on line reporting refuses to work.

I have used online reporting for so many times without any problem.

 

You just need to know when to use it. There is a time frame to report which is about two weeks before expiry date.

 

There is a regular bus that goes there and cost you 30 baht in case you want to report in person. It is called RTC transit or something.

 

You have a greater chance of catching the virus instead of reporting online. There are tons of Chinese tourists at immigration.

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