Well, it was a day, on the first month of the year I had to do a couple of errands for my documents and that meant also going to the new immigration office building in its new location. I finally got my new passport and I needed to get re-stamps on visa and permit.
The new office is a bit far as stated by some; however I'm thankful that it's easy for me to get there. All I need to do is take No.97 Van from my place and for 30baht I can be at Chaengwattana.
Here are some photos of the new government buildings in Bangkok.
They are of modern designs and I admire personally how they come up with the idea of putting all the offices in one place. The immigration office is at the end building meaning it's not that close to the main road.
The photo above is the entrance to the road heading to the office, it's on the left. That building is the landmark for one as getting off from any public transportation or better say CAT building the safest.
No worries though, I thought it was a great idea to come up with shuttle buses sending people to the offices and I was happy, too on the ride.
Here's how the shuttle bus looks like.
Just take a few steps from the intersection and see the white bus park ahead of the motorcycles parking at the entrance.
I have nothing to complain. Everything is fine with me getting to the new office, perhaps because I'm a bit nearer to the place compared to the old location. Plus, I think it is beautiful. :)