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The PP10 form requires your passport number (though you may not be asked to actually produce it), and your departure flight number.
And mid 2015 saw the arrival of the swish The Metropolitan Museum of Art Store (store.metmuseum.org) that has set cognoscenti hearts racing with its superb collection of wearables and home art inspired by historic exhibits.
Pick up a dragonfly silk tie for Bt4,000 or a scarf for Bt3,500. Find them 10am to 7pm at the Anantara Siam, at the neighbouring Peninsula Plaza, or at 140 Wireless Road across from the US Embassy.
Pick up a fine linen scarf for Bt3,500 (US5), a men's linen shirt for Bt3,200, or a silk tie for Bt3,300. For sheer bragging rights, no would-be shopper can afford not to touch base at EM Quartier ( part of The Mall Group and right alongside Phrom Phong station) across from the glitzy revamped Emporium (both collectively termed the EM District) and the cavernous but largely empty Central Embassy.
More on these later as we proceed down busy Sukhumvit.
If you miss Milin ( at Siam Paragon, don’t worry, there is one in almost every high-end mall in Bangkok.