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    Thailand has a death penalty for serious drug offenses and has executed convicted traffickers.
     





    BANGKWANG PRISON INMATES
    BANGKWANG Bangkwang caters to prisoners who are serving 30 years to life. Death Row inmates are also placed at Bangkwang.

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  • Visit: Building 1,2,3 Monday and Wednesday 08:00-12:00, 13:00-16:00*
    Visit: Building 4,5,6 Tuesday and Thursday 08:00-12:00, 13:00-16:00*
    Note: * take turns every 45 minutes.

    LARD YAO / KLONG PREM PRISON
    LARD YAO Lard Yao mens prison holds inmates who are serving sentences of 15 years or less. Sometimes foreigners are held here during trial, or prior to release.
    Klongprem Central Prison
    Ngam Wong Wan Rd., Lard Yao Sub-district
    Jatujak District
    Bangkok 10900
    Tel., Fax. 02-5883283
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  • Visit: Building 1,2,3 Drugs Monday only * 09:00-12:00, 13:00-14:30
    Other Tuesday and Thursday 09:00-12:00, 13:00-14:30
    Building 4,5,6 Drugs Monday only * 09:00-12:00, 13:00-14:30
    Other Tuesday and Thursday 09:00-12:00, 13:00-14:30
    LARD YAO WOMENS PRISON
    LARD YAO Lard Yao Womens prison, also known as Bankhen prison is the main prison where foreign women are kept.
    Central Correctional Institution
    for Female Offenders Ngarm Wong Wan Rd., Lardyao Sub-district
    Jatujak District - Bangkok 10900
    Tel., Fax. 02-5882218, 5895242-3, 5881550
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  • CHIANG MAI PRISON
    CHIANG MAI Chaing Mai prison hold both inmates serving time and people no remand awaiting trial. Inmate listings change regularly as they are sentenced and moved out to Bangkwang or Lard Yao prisons.
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  • THONBURI REMAND PRISON
    Established in 1994 Thonburi Remand Prison is one of the three remand prisons in Bangkok area. It takes in custody of remandees and convicted prisoners whose sentence term are not over 7 years or not over 14 years in case of elderly prisoners. As of January 2005, there are 3,396 prisoners and 256 prison staff.
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  • BANGKOK CORRECTIONAL HOSPITAL
    Central Correctional Hospital is a correctional referral center for sick inmates from prisons in Bangkok and vicinity. It accommodates 500 inmate-patients and fully equipped with medical facilities such as 4 major operating rooms, 4 dental units, medical and dental film less digital X-ray system, tele-medicine (psychiatry and radiology), etc.
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  • Klong Prem Central Prison Hospital
  • THAILAND AKHA INMATES
    AKHA INMATES The Akha people are an ethnic minority, hill tribe people. Mostly for illegal immigrants.  More Information
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  • PHITSANULOKE CENTRAL PRISON
    This prison is located about 7 kilometers east of Phitsanuloke in central Thailand. It is easily accessible by local bus, which stops at the prison gate.

    On 22 March 2004, prison officials said there were about 3,100 male and about 400 female inmates.
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  • CHIANGRAI PRISON
    Chiangrai Central Prison is located a few kilometers west of Chiangrai city in northern Thailand on the southern bank of the Mae Kok River.

    Chiangrai Province has the largest population of Akha hilltribe people in Thailand.
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    THAILAND NEPALI INMATES
    NEPALI Many Nepali Men & Women are serving sentences in Thailand. 
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  • PHUKET PROVINCIAL PRISON
    PHUKET PROVINCIAL PRISON Phuket Provincial Prison
    11 Damrong Road, Muang, Phuket 83000
    Fax: (076) 212104
    Tel. +66(0) 76 212104

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    SUAN PLU
    SUAN PLU  Suan Plu Immigration Detention Center (IDC) is located on Soi Suan Plu, Sathorn. Ask the taxi driver to take you to "Daw Maw" or "Suan Plu" and you should have no trouble getting there.
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    PATTAYA PRISON
    Nong Palai special prison has 1700 inmates, including 300 women. Sentences up to 10 years.
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    BOMBAT HOSPITAL
    Bombat is listed as being a hospital. It measures 60x30m and contains only sleeping quarters (Rooms 24’x14’) and factories of low-tech manufacturing. The official ‘hospital’ is 2 small rooms, one for taking urine samples for drug tests on new inmates/victims. The other is set aside for minor surgical procedures.
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    GENERAL INFORMATION ON VISITING AN AUSTRALIAN IN PRISON IN BANGKOK
    Register at the Visits Desk with PASSPORT as ID and be prepared to wait for the next round of visits. Your name or the name of the prisoners will be called over a loudspeaker - listen carefully and enquire often, so that you do not miss out. Each visit lasts approximately 30 minutes.

    It is important to wear polite attire - no shorts, revealing clothing, short skirts or bare shoulders. Your appearance could affect your reception and you could be denied entry to the prison.

    Shopping and banking facilities are available at the prisons and items will be delivered to the prisoners. Deposits of money can be made for the prisoners at the prison as long as you have the name and building number.

    PLEASE NOTE: although the information supplied here is correct to the best of our knowledge, the Embassy accepts no responsibility if the details are not correct or entry is denied for whatever reason. Prison regulations often change without notice.

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