THAILAND TAXI

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Thailand Taxi offering daily private mini VIP door to door (PICK UP DROP OFF) by the good condition of  (A/C SUV, Minivan and Van) comfortable and convenient ride, for the most popular routes to/from BangkokTratPhuketKoh Chang Ferry PierPattayaSakeoRayong Koh SametPak Chong and other provinces, cities and the border of Aranyaprathet BorderHad Lek BorderChong ChomChong Sa Ngam Border – Ban Pakard Border. We all fully licensed drivers.

With almost 20 years of experience in doing this job, we knew the road conditions quite well and have brought our guests to their destinations comfortably and safely.

Book our private taxi to around the country and to cities and borders, would save a lot of time and money and see a lot of things along the way, and enable for the stop for foods, rest-room, or photo shooting opportunity.

OUR VEHICLE TYPES

SUV CAR
1-3 PAX & 3 SUITCASES

HIACE VAN
4 - 7 PAX & 7 SUITCASES

CITY PRIVATE TAXI

BORDER PRIVATE TAXI

About Thailand Transportations

The Thailand of State Railway (SRT) operates all of Thailand’s national rail lines. Krung Thep Aphiwat Central Terminal and Bangkok are the main termini of intercity routes. Phahonyothin and ICD Lat Krabang are the main freight terminals. As of 2017 SRT had 4,507 km (2,801 mi) of track, all of it meter gauge. Nearly all is single-track (4,097 km), although some important sections around Bangkok are double (303 km or 188 mi) or triple-tracked (107 km or 66 mi) and there are plans to extend this. Rail transport in Bangkok includes long-distance services, and some daily commuter trains running from and to the outskirts of the city during the rush hour, but passenger numbers have remained low. There are also four rapid transit rail systems in the capital: the BTS Skytrain, MRT, SRT Red Lines and the Airport Rail Link.

The Thailand has 390,000 kilometres (240,000 miles) of highways. As of 2017, Thailand has over 462,133 roads and over 37 million registered vehicles, more than 20 million of them motorbikes. A number of undivided two-lane highways have been converted into divided four-lane highways. Within the Bangkok Metropolitan Region, there are a number of controlled-access highways. There are 4,125 public vans operating on 114 routes from Bangkok alone. Other forms of road transport includes tuk-tuks, taxis — with over 80,647 registered taxis nationwide as of 2018, vans (minibus), motorbike taxis and songthaews.

As of 2012, Thailand has 103 airports with 63 paved runways, in addition to 6 heliports. The busiest airport in the country is Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport.

In Bangkok City, there were two failed rapid rail projects Lavalin Skytrain and Bangkok Elevated Road and Train System, before Mass Rapid Transit Master Plan in Bangkok Metropolitan Region was endorsed by the cabinet on 27 September 1994 and implemented from 1995 to the present.

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