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On 6/17/2017 at 12:07 AM, NanLaew said:

Any immigration office will do the deed and it is the recommended way as it is cheaper.

Ah, the secret is revealed! Cheaper at local immigration.

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On 10/6/2017 at 4:59 PM, Lakegeneve said:

The cost for a single reentry permit is 1000 baht.

 

Turn up with a completed form with your pic and give it to the girls (who are not immigration officers) at that counter and you will only be charged 1000 baht. 

 

You are being charged 200 baht to be provided with the form and take a picture. 

That is exactly correct.  BYO form and fotos and you pay the same as at immigration office.  It IS one more thing to worry about/remember to do before your trip so if you forget, it only costs you 200 extra.  

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Does anyone know if this is available through the Fast Track security / departure area?  If travelling out business class do we need to use the standard (queue-tastic) regular security and check in?

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9 hours ago, josephbloggs said:

Ok, I can now answer my own question in case it helps someone else.  Short answer - yes it is available, the difference is you get your re-entry permit after you have already stamped out of the country rather than before.

 

You need to use the Priority Lane security in Hall 2 (it is signed), pass security then go through immigration and get stamped out.  Once you pass through turn left and walk all the way along behind the immigration counters until you get to the re-entry counter.  It is the same counter as in economy but you are approaching it from behind rather than from the front.  Once done you just walk straight out into departures.

 

I allowed myself an hour but the whole process took about seven minutes from approaching the desk to getting my passport back with a multi entry stamp in it.  Very well organised and efficient.

Last time it took 1 1/2 to 2 hours in BKK CW. Will try to get next multi entry permit at Swampy. 

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Posted (edited)

Can someone confirm that the re-entry desk is open 24 hours? My flight departs at 9 am.

Edited by Nayet

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20 hours ago, Wake Up said:

Last time it took 1 1/2 to 2 hours in BKK CW. Will try to get next multi entry permit at Swampy. 

Yeah, it was surprisingly simple and quick.  You don't need to do anything either; just write down your address and sign the completed form (they fill out the form for you) - that's it.  

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On 6/13/2018 at 7:09 AM, josephbloggs said:

You need to use the Priority Lane security in Hall 2 (it is signed), pass security then go through immigration and get stamped out.  Once you pass through turn left and walk all the way along behind the immigration counters until you get to the re-entry counter.  It is the same counter as in economy but you are approaching it from behind rather than from the front.  Once done you just walk straight out into departures.

A dumb question, but is Hall 2 the exit in the middle of the building or the one one furthest away from the Thai check in?

I might try this and save myself the drive to CW.

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11 hours ago, theoldgit said:

A dumb question, but is Hall 2 the exit in the middle of the building or the one one furthest away from the Thai check in?

I might try this and save myself the drive to CW.

It's the one in the middle.  Definitely much less hassle than driving to CW.

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