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    Kap Cheong

    It seems the Kap Cheong immigration office has reopened as of 1st June. That's 6 office moves in 6 fcuking years. What a bunch of tossers. So if you live Buriram / Surin, it's all change again.

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    Nice to have it back though

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    That all depends on whether it makes life easier. In my case it doesn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superman View Post
    So if you live Buriram / Surin, it's all change again.
    Good.

    Probably breaks up the monotony of drinking Lao Khao at 6 am in some dirt village every day, at least for one day a year.

    Put a map up anyway, if you're not too drunk.

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    yes - GPS co-ords

    or a screen grab of google earth with the cursor over the position so we can read the co-ords

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    I hope this helps ?
    Kap Choeng is located at 14.47 North latitude, 103.59 East longitude and about 203 meters altitude above the sea level.
    Kap Choeng is a small community in Thailand, having about 0 residents.
    Kap Choeng Maps - road map, satellite view, street view and GPS navigation

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    Quote Originally Posted by superman View Post
    That all depends on whether it makes life easier. In my case it doesn't.
    When Kap Choeng Immigration was relocated to Korat a few years ago all of Surin and Buriram had to go to Korat instead of Surin( Kap Choeng) for their Yearly Visa requirements.( 90 day reports could still be done at Choeng Chom ) The Immigration did do Bi-monthly visits to Surin and Buriram Town Halls but this finished at the end of last year. Sometimes it helped ,sometimes it didn't.!!!
    For me living in the Northern part of Surin it meant a 400k+ round trip to do my yearly visa extension at Korat.Kap Choen is still a 250K round trip for me but a saving of 150k.No matter where the Immigration is there will always be winners and losers.In fact Si Saket Immigration is only a 160k round trip from my house but because I live in Surin I'm not allowed to go there.
    Last edited by boloa; 07-06-2012 at 06:56 PM.
    Big Ol' Lucky Ol' Al.

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    anyone got a telephone number for Immigration Kap Choeng, please?

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    Here ya go.

    Kapcheung Immigration Checkpoint
    77 Moo 17 Surin - changjom road,
    Amphoe Kap Choeng
    Changwat Surin 32210
    0-4455-9166
    ne_kapchoeng@immigration.go.th

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