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Visas, et al / Re: Non 0 multi-entry visa no longer issued at London Embassy
« Last post by screamer on June 21, 2019, 01:04:20 PM »

You almost certainly would but they might get a bit twitchy if you tried it again after that.
Not sure if there is a ruling on how many border runs you can do every 30 days. They won't want people doing that for a year/forever.
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Visas, et al / Re: Non 0 multi-entry visa no longer issued at London Embassy
« Last post by jaceyjay on June 21, 2019, 03:57:34 AM »
hi rex - thanks for this info -  just a quick question - ive already got my flight booked for a 3 month stay arriving in august - i used to travel on a single entry tourist visa and get a 30 day extension after the 60 days to permit me to stay for the 90days - with the new requirements needed if i wasnt able to get the tourist visa this time then would this other option be okay ?


1. travel and get the 30 day on arrival visa
2. at the end of the 30 days go and get an extension for another 30 days
3. once the extended 30 days runs out - then i would fly to somewhere for a short break i.e malaysia -
4. then return to thailand again and get another 30 day on arrival visa - which would take me upto my 90 days stay there in thailand


would i get the 30 day on arrival again after i fly back from malaysia after ive stayed there for just say 3 days


thanks for your help in advance

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Visas, et al / Non 0 multi-entry visa no longer issued at London Embassy
« Last post by Rex (Admin) on June 20, 2019, 07:40:34 PM »
Non O (Multi Entry) no longer issued at Royal Thai Embassy in London - new financial requirements for Single Entry Tourist Visas (SETV)

ThaiVisa.com => http://bit.ly/2WXzoWH
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Open discussion / Re: Hidden Processing Fees - Thai AirAsia
« Last post by kowpot on June 18, 2019, 04:20:57 PM »
We traveled to the Philippines last month and took Air Asia to BKK.  Paid for it by credit card. Didn't see anything about 80 baht fee.
 Could it be the processing fee? That seems rather high, since I am doing all the work myself online.
The meal and the insurance I could have done without.
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Food, Dining, Restaurants / Next Food Delivery
« Last post by nookiebear on June 18, 2019, 09:27:59 AM »
Just a polite reminder next trip to KK is Thursday 27th Junr
THE WEBSITR WAS UPDATED YESTERDAY
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Open discussion / Re: Hidden Processing Fees - Thai AirAsia
« Last post by Rex (Admin) on June 17, 2019, 07:21:31 PM »
80 baht per "LEG."   Don't most passengers have two legs unless they are dogs?
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Open discussion / Hidden Processing Fees - Thai AirAsia
« Last post by fceligoj on June 17, 2019, 06:43:06 PM »
My wife just made reservations today.  As she was falling through the menus and clicking on what she wanted, she knew that you had to click "NO" on the Travel Insurance, since they begin with "YES" even though you may not want it.  Then she knows that if you charge the itinerary to a credit card, there is a charge which they enumerate so you know how much it is.


BUT NOW WITHOUT YOUR KNOWLEDGE, AND NO INDICATION UNTIL YOU COMPLETE THE TRANSACTION AND FINISH THE CHARGE (IF YOU CHARGE IT), AN AMOUNT OF ABOUT 80 BAHT PER LEG PER PASSENGER IS ADDED AUTOMATICALLY.  YOU DO NOT SEE THAT CHARGE UNTIL THE ITINERARY IS COMPLETED AND PAID FOR.


SO BUYER BEWARE.  IT IS FRUSTRATING THAT YOU BUY THE DIsCOUNTED TICKETS AND THEY ADD AN ADDITIONAL AMOUNT THAT TAKE AWAY A GOOD PORTION OF THE DISCOUNT YOU RECEIVED.


She talked to an agent at AirAsia but to no avail.
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I thought a Cameroonian was a girl scout cookie.

You are probably confusing it with Macaroon, a small country in Africa.



No, you are confusing it with MacAroon, a small Scotsman from Edinburgh.
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I thought a Cameroonian was a girl scout cookie.

You are probably confusing it with Macaroon, a small country in Africa.
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I thought a Cameroonian was a girl scout cookie.
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