The best way to deal with most problems requiring police (usually a rip-off or theft) is to contact the tourist police, who are used to dealing with foreigners and can be very helpful in the event you are arrested.
A convenient place to take care of your communication needs in the centre of Bangkok, this multifloor centre has high-speed internet computers equipped with Skype, sells phones and mobile subscriptions, and can also…
City-specific tourism office providing maps, brochures and directions. Seldom-staffed kiosks and booths are found around town; look for the green-on-white symbol of a mahout on an elephant.
Embassy of China in Bangkok, although visas are now handled by the Chinese Visa Application Service Center.
Located in River City shopping centre are the offices to several of the outfits that run dinner cruises along Mae Nam Chao Phraya.
Dental clinic with reputation for excellent work and relatively high prices; popular with UN staff and diplomats.
A branch of TAT, it is opposite the boxing stadium. It is also home to the Tourist Police (1155; 24 hours).
The head TAT office has brochures and maps covering the whole country.
Where to book accommodation at Thailand's various national parks.
A private dental clinic with fluent English-speaking dentists.