Thailand Contacts

Hi all! Here are a few emergency contacts. In case something should happen over there in Thailand, which it won’t, you can contact one of these nice people to make sure everything is OK, which it will be. Thanks, Chad, Michelle and errrrveryone else!

BANGKOK CONTACTS

Florence Chinalai
Sukhimvit 68
House #44
h. 02 393 3821
The name of the area she lives in is called Bang Na.

Vichit Chinalai (Uncle Pan, pronounced with a “b”)
h. 02 718 8288
m. 081 899 5188

Tulajit Chinalai
m. 081 373 2344.
Nickname: Pi Paw
Chad says: In Thai culture there are a number of prefixes used to describe the person you’re speaking to or about, similar to Mr., Mrs. or Miss. But it’s complicated because the prefix can change based on the relationship between the person who is speaking and the person who is being spoken to or about.  Anyway, my cousin’s name is actually just “Paw,” but I would never call her that. She is not exactly my peer so I have to show her respect by saying the word “Pi” before saying her name.  Because you are my peer and my friend it would be polite for you to show her the same respect.  When you meet her or talk to her, she may very well tell you it’s not necessary to say that and to just call her Paw, but that should probably be left to her to decide. (Thanks, Chad ;-))

Jureerat Isarankura
m. 085 063 9906
Nickname: Jun
Pronounced: June the month (not exactly)
Chad says: She’s a good friend of mine, and is also best friends with my cousin Pi Paw, and knows my uncles family very well. No need to prefix her name, we’re pretty close friends.

Ahm
c. 081.701.5834

His addresses are:

MA-Studio
387/18 Thonglor 21, Sukhumvit 55
Klongton Neua, Wattana 10110
Bangkok, Thailand
T: +66.2712.6933
F: +66.2712.6934

Condo
SAITARN CONDOMINIUM (near victory monument station by skytrain)
111/37 12TH FLOOR
SOI WATTANA-YOTHIN, RANGNAM ROAD
Tanon-phayathai, Ratchatewi, BANGKOK 10400 THAILAND
Tel: +66.2.247.6354

CHIANG MAI CONTACTS

Samart Srisoda (he’s a tour guide and a friend of Michelle’s)
m. (66) 0861895224
Email: spicypumpkin@gmail.com
Samart says: Use plus before 66 and no (0) if calling from overseas. No 66 if you use Thai phone. You should get Thai sim card at 7/11 coz cheap for domestic and international call.

Nothing for Cambodia—but I’ll check in. Prom.

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