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Rayk

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I don't think there is one. Sure you don't mean Ban Pakkard?

Really what I'm trying to accomplish is finding a landmark at the Thai, Cambodia Ban Laem border checkpoint for my GPS coordinates.

I thought for sure there was a casino there.

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The only casinos I know of are at the Ban Pakkard crossing which is only about 20 km away.

Not much of anything at Ban Laem and it doesn't usually make much sense as a choice of border crossing.

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The only casinos I know of are at the Ban Pakkard crossing which is only about 20 km away.

Not much of anything at Ban Laem and it doesn't usually make much sense as a choice of border crossing.

Funny, all the visa company's on the Internet refer to their border runs as going to Ban Laem

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The only casinos I know of are at the Ban Pakkard crossing which is only about 20 km away.

Not much of anything at Ban Laem and it doesn't usually make much sense as a choice of border crossing.

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Try look for the ones named here

"At this point, please walk to the Poipet Resort Casinofor breakfast. It is a 3 minute walk from the Thai Immigration exit. Enter the Poipet Resort Casino"

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The Poipet Resort Casino is in Poipet which is the Aranyaprathet border crossing, not Ban Laem.

Rayk, yes, that is it on the map. I was there just a few months back, did not see any casinos. There are many casinos at Poipet, of course, and at least 1-2 at Ban Pakkard.

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I did the little crossing at Ban Pakkard and it is a tiny casino.  Darn beautiful lady dealers at the tables.  Didn't stay or play on the visa border run.  Package included lunch which wasn't much at the little buffet.  Moo dam Red pork was OK with some rice.  The rest looked pretty dismal.  Haven't been to Ban Laem.  I suspect the ad is just out of date.  Ban Pakard was pretty small, had a two foot wide "moat" and a tiny foot bridge that literally marked the border crossing.

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