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    Directions to Laksi Mall

    How far is Mo Chit(BTS and MRT) station from the Mall and what are my options, including the time and cost of a taxi, to get there?

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    There is no branch of ' The Mall ' at Laksi. The nearest branch is at Ngam Wong Wahn . A 177 or 134 bus goes there from Mo Chit , the latter taking a shorter route, or about 80 baht in a taxi.

    There used to be a shopping mall on Pahonyothin Road at Laksi but it went bust last I heard. Don't know whats in the building now.

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    There is IT plaza in Laksi. On the left side of the road going north. Just past changwattana rd. Taxi should be about 100 baht. Or you can hop on a number 10 or 29 aircon bus for 16 baht. 15-25 minutes. Used to be called Laksi Plaza.

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    Thanks. The map shows it as Laksi Plaza(my bad). It's across the street from The Communication Authority of Thailand and down the street from the Department of Consular Affairs(where I'm going).
    Just to review, the closest BTS/MRT station is Mo Chit(closest to the old Don Muang Airport). I can take the #10 or 29 bus from Mo Chit Station?

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    take the number 52 non air cond - it turns left at Chaeng Wattana road at the Lak Si plaza corner , then continues on toward Pak Kret , so it goes past all the govt offices on Chaeng Wattana road

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    That's great! Where can I catch the 52 and how often does it run(during the day)?

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    I know the 52 runs from Pak Kret to mor sh1t and it is as often as the traffic allows.

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    Is Pakret a street, stop, station? I'm not from Bangkok, so I only know a few nieighborhoods and the BTS and MRT stops. Any additional info about Pakret would be appreciated.

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    Taxi - Chaeng Wattana please, hardly expensive.

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    What are you planning on doing at IT Square?
    If you are looking for computer parts than its no different from all the other places.

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    No, I've got to go to the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dept of Consular Affairs, across the street from and between the Big C and Laksi Mall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baraka View Post
    No, I've got to go to the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dept of Consular Affairs, across the street from and between the Big C and Laksi Mall.
    Ahaa, I see now. Best to take the Bus than as advised by others as they stop at that office.

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    Nope, still best to take a taxi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baraka
    Is Pakret a street, stop, station?
    Pak Kret is a town/city that has been swallowed into greater bangkok

    it is the main point for people to cross to the island of Koh Kret in the river.

    recently - a year or so ago - a new bridge ( rama IV ) was opened across the river there.

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