VincentD wrote:Came through Swampypoom yesterday, every tourist was asked to fill in their local addresses, no exception. Two girls at the head of the queue would stop everyone and check the arrival card before you even got to line up. Sign of the times, perhaps?
oakdale160 wrote: It used to be the case that every hotel had to inform the police of their guest list every night, but I believe tbat that has stopped.
pitsch wrote:Arrived at Suvarnabhumi yesterday at 14:30 What I have never seen before: there was no queue at immigration. I just could choose one of the free officers and was through in 1 minute....
JamesWest wrote:I like Thailand. They have draconian laws that are not followed so much. Since I got my Thai drivers license I just give hotels that unless they really push for passport. I drove around without a license plate for six weeks. Right through check points. No problem. Speed past police stations and act just like the Thais who could give a flying F what the police think. Coming from California it is like there are no police.
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