Their service improved a lot when compared to many years ago. However, their system still old and still use a lot of papers. I got there to pay taxes, their staff keep finding the folder of my company info amidst hundreds of them. This took them almost 20 minutes to find it then searched for it again in their computer database, then back to paper again. Their manager and staff are smiley and friendly though, so this is a good sign of positive improvement.
Review of Sweden Honorary Consulate
Nice and friendly staff Always helpfull and ready to assist your needs
Review of Khao Pra Taew Wildlife Conservation
We went there for a jungle trekking with a safari tour company. We started from trekking from this conservation office and walk for nearly 2 hours. The jungle was ok with some large trees and tropical plants but we don’t think they still have wildlife there.
Review of Phuket Provincial Land Office
I went there to process the transfer of the house ownership with my client. Many queue in their. Less staff to responsible about this just only 3 peoples. I think they should have increase more staff to take this task. And the most staffs at the back side are free, more talkative. It’s better if they move to help at the counter in front of.
A number of foreign governments have consular representation in Phuket. It is recommended to visit their web sites listed below for detailed information regarding services, working hours and costs. Many require appointments and these can also be made through their web sites.
If business takes you to a Thai local, state or national government office is it best to be accompanied by someone who speaks Thai as English may not be spoken or understood. Phoning ahead to inquire about documents, signatures or other paperwork you made need is a good idea and will prevent you from making repeat visits. Hours and days of operation vary widely at government offices.