Thailand taxi services differ from place to place and they’re mainly available in the cities. The great thing about Thailand is there are always transport options if taxis are not the mode of transportation wherever you’re staying. I will run through the basics of getting a taxi in popular tourist places and throw a few […]
Transport in Thailand Guides
Transportation in Thailand is abundant in types and frequency, especially in the bigger cities such as Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Even most of the Islands have plenty of transport options for getting around.
A tuk tuk, motorbike taxi, taxi, minivan, boat and others or rentals are never too far away....and 'cheap as chips'.
Planning train travel in Thailand? The good news is the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) have been providing an online booking system, since Feb 2017. You can still book a train ticket in Thailand at a station or use another service online if it’s required. Options are always a good idea. When To Book It’s […]
Do you have a travel trip planned from Thailand to Laos or need to apply for a visa at the Thai Embassy in Vientiane? Taking a train from Bangkok to Nong Khai – Vientiane is a fairly easy journey with a number of options. I made this trip from Bangkok on the evening to arrive […]
Hua Lamphong train station officially known as Bangkok railway station is well connected with other transport sources that’s next to Hua Lamphong MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) and 20 minutes taxi from the backpackers hub ‘Khoa San Rd’. I have taken numerous journeys from Hua Lamphong station to the north, north-east, and south of Thailand onto […]
You’re likely to experience the opportunity to ride in a tuk tuk in Thailand. Primarily in the bigger cities like Bangkok, Chiang Mai and a few other places. Some years ago tuk tuks were one of the main modes of transportation used, especially in Bangkok, before metered taxis. The Thai name for tuk tuk is […]
Taking the scenic route from Butterworth in Penang to Bangkok train? You’ll need a plan and information on how and what to do. I wrote about the Bangkok to Butterworth journey here that covers more information than this article does about what to expect on the train (food, sleeping and the restaurant at Padang Besar). […]
I’ve taken the super slow Bangkok to Butterworth, Penang Train journey a few times now. However, recently the train that went direct from Bangkok to Butterworth has now changed (since July – August 2016). Platform 3 Hua Lamphong Railway Station (Bangkok) This is the platform for train 45 to Padang Besar (Thai & Malay Border). […]