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Government Complex

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120 Moo 3, Chaeng Watthana Road. Thung Song Hong, Lak Si, Bangkok 10210 Thailand
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OmarLien wrote a review Jan 2020
Taoyuan, Taiwan823 contributions209 helpful votes
We went to the Immigration Office for the Entry Certification, and were surprised at the scale of the Government Complex Building 2. First of all, the Immigration Officers were friendly and helpful. The offices in this entire building will take an hour lunch break at 12:00-13:00. Which means everyone had to leave the offices. We enjoyed lunch, milk tea and spending time at looking around this humongous building. The enter of the building was kind of day market, which you may get foods, drinks, souvenirs and living supplies. More than 100s vendors to looks at.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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jajavalB wrote a review Oct 2019
Bangkok, Thailand2,587 contributions2,187 helpful votes
It's on Chaengwattana road, it"s quite covenient to go by private car, esp. Trafficr outbound Bangkok metro is very light as compared with opposite position .However, it's tough for taking public transportation from citycenter.I began boarding BTS at victory monument then got off at Mochit station to take Bus No.510 to Laksi junction and walked for 2 kms to the main entance of this huge complex, needed to wait for free shuttle at the main gate or take mototaxi with 15 baht fee to building B.it's very hot during daytime.the Building is huge and all airconditioning with shops,banks, convenient stores.fortunately, I took frre shuttle to the main gate and crossed the big main road to take Bus. No.52 to Mochit BTS station to victory monument.Be prepared if you go by public transportation.there should be much better if there had a raillink system or direct shuttle from the citycenter.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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0_Gyrfalcon_0 wrote a review Nov 2018
Singapore, Singapore9,866 contributions385 helpful votes
This place is mainly for Thai people who's works nearby and come here for shopping. There's renting spaces that most of the time I visited I found a food and clothes exhibition right next to Immigration Office in Building B. For Foreigners, they come here for apply 90 days reporting, None O visa, Married Viva, retirement visa and etc. Talking about certify documents and issues passport for Thais. This is the building nearby called Department of Consular Affairs which is 5 mins away from this location. If you're foreign tourist.. there's no point to visiting this place.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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slowkot wrote a review Sep 2018
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Alternative option to get here: - Take BTS to Victory Monument - Find a bus #166 with "Government Complex" route plate 18 THB with air conditioning (blue) and 8.50 THB w/o (red) - You'll get the Building B in 30-35 minutes by tallway You can take a queue number and then fill the form tm.7. Please check previous comment from @tinnouvong for doc requirements. You can take the same bus for return journey (ask for Victory Monument).
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Date of experience: September 2018
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tinnouvong wrote a review Aug 2018
Bangkok, Thailand64 contributions16 helpful votes
Getting here: - Take BTS to Mo Chit - Take cab to Immigration: Government Complex (about 100-110 THB) - Head to Division 1, grab an application - Get a queue number You will NEED the following: - Passport - Passport photo - Visa extension TM-7 application (can print online or get there) - Signed photocopy of your passport info page - Signed photocopy of your tourist visa - Signed photocopy of your TM-6 departure card - 1900 THB Have everything ready when meeting with the immigration officer! After you’ve met with the immigration officer, they will collect your paperwork and payment. Then, you’ll be asked to wait in seating area until it is processed. Forget your copies? You can get photocopies for 2 baht on the basement floor. There are at least 3 copy places to choose from. Hungry? There are plenty of options, including a food court. NOTE: The office is CLOSED between 12:00-13:00 for break. This entire process could take you 1-3 hours, or more, depending on your queue in line and documents.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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