Immigration / Visa Section
Unless you plan on entering Thailand for thirty days without a visa, obtaining a visa is the first thing you'll need to do. This section summarizes each visa and what is necessary to obtain one. Click here to find out more.
Two useful websites with regards to your transportation around Bangkok and through other parts of Asia are Transit Bangkok and Seat 61.
Transit Bangkok can help figure how to get from Point A to B via sky train, subway, bus and boat taxi and I use it regularly. Although not completely flawless, Transit Bangkok can lead you in the right direction and make navigating the Bangkok transportation system much more simple. Seat 61 has long been a favorite of train travelers. The site is the passion of British railwayman Mark Smith and provides information on how to travel by train anywhere in the world — anywhere there are trains. Smith has written two books, Man in Seat 61: A Guide to Taking The Train Through Europe and The Man in Seat 61: Beyond Europe. If you're planning a train trip in Thailand or anywhere else in the world, this site is the best, bar none.
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