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    Good evening...

    Hopefully someone can help us out here

    Su needs her mum to post something here to us in the UK from Samrong Thap, Surin. Never had to do this before.

    Was just checking best way for her to address the letter:

    Obviously put all of the uk part of address first.... then should they just put UK or England.... or do they need to write this in Thai If so could some one show me the spelling please.

    Many Thanks
    Sy n Su

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    UK, GB or England (in English). It doesn't matter - it'll get to you.

    Packpao

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    Posted 11 June 2008 22:34 Hide Post
    UK, GB or England (in English). It doesn't matter - it'll get to you.
    Agreed, we often receive parcels from Thailand, (BKK or Ratchaburi) always with the address writen in English and with UK at the end. We leave the labels with those in Thailand to stick on the parcel.

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    We leave the labels with those in Thailand to stick on the parcel.
    Good idea there..... thank you
    Sy n Su

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    UK, GB or England (in English
    Also agreed as we receive regular parcels from BKK/PHS (Phitsanulok) although some require a visit to the local post office for collection if the address is not printed in english but get the number and you can track on the Royal Mail website.
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