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  1. Yes if from Belfast surely British passport and British government not Irish Republic. Sent from my iPhone using Thaivisa Connect
  2. Thanks for the replies-much appreciated. Sent from my iPhone using Thaivisa Connect
  3. Going to a wedding next month and need my suit dry/steam cleaned.Any recommendations for any shops in Chiang Mai vicinity please.Thanks. Sent from my iPhone using Thaivisa Connect
  4. As previously stated Zoe Yellow attracts the younger backpacker crowd with loud music being played from various bars-I didn't find it intimidating just a little boring.As others have suggested if you're looking for a lively night out with a greater variety then I would suggest Bangkok or Pattaya. Sent from my iPhone using Thaivisa Connect
  5. Applied for a Myanmar visa last September at the Myanmar Consulate in Chiang Mai.Warm welcome off security guy,filled out available form on a table in Consulate garden,handed in form,passport,2 photos and money and collected next day. It was low season so very quiet,just two other people there unlike Myanmar Embassy in BKK where it's very busy with long queues and every man and women for themselves.Yes,as previously stated Thai passport holders do not require a visa for up to 14 days. New Yangon airport very impressive without any hassle whatsoever. Sent from my iPhone using Thaivisa Connect
  6. Railay is has fairly limited places to eat as there only about half a dozen tourist hotels on the west side plus a few individual restaurants on the east side which are cheaper but do offer seafood.The path which connects both sides does have a few local Thai restaurants which are more authentic.The other options would be either take the short boat ride to either Ao Nang or Krabi town.Also have a look at the restaurant reviews on Trip Advisor where you can read recent restaurant reviews. Sent from my iPhone using Thaivisa Connect