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    Get multiple quotes and compare prices online. Need to book a car with Thai Rent a Car, Sixt, Hertz or Budget? We have great rates on all car categories, automatic cars, small and luxury, including pickups and the 12 seater minibus.   Using Bangkok’s excellent public transport network to beat city centre congestion is wise. 

    Hiring a rental car in Bangkok gives you the flexibility to explore areas around the capital in air-conditioned comfort, with the added bonus of saving you the hassle of negotiating with local touts. Use the tollways to reach destinations like Rama V'4 Summer Palace in no time. Discover the cultural gems which lie on the doorstep of the Big Mango in your own time. Remember Hua Hin is approx 3 hours drive from Bangkok and should be considered as a relaxing alternative to the busy city. 

    Over the years the customer service team at have gained a wealth of experience in arranging car rental and has established itself as the leader in this niche market. Join the league of loyal customer by booking with us today. Explore nearby attractions in a 7 SUV Fortuner or book the Toyota minibus that will seat 10 or 12 passengers. We also have a good range of 5 & 6 seats and 2/4 door pickups available from Bangkok airport and downtown depots with an optional delivery service. Free within the delivery zone, normally 3kms. Simply enter your booking dates into the above booking engine and be amazed at our exclusive attractive prices.

    Bangkok Highlights

    In Thailand’s capital one will see golden palaces, floating markets, and majestic porcelain-laid spires. You can take in the Pratunam and Siam Squares for some premium shopping. Afterwards you can feel free to unwind in the European-style gardens of Dusit. Thon Buri is home to the magnificent Wat Arun temple. If you venture over to Phra Nakhon, you can see the Wat Pho Temple, and the world-famous Reclining Buddha. It is with a doubt, one of Asia's most cosmopolitan cities. It boasts authentic canals, busy markets and a vibrant nightlife.

    Damnoen Saduak

    Historically, Damnoenssaduak was actually the name given to the canal that was dug in the reign of King Rama IV by the military and the people of Samutsakorn, Rajburi and Samutsongkram province’s. In those days, without canals and rivers, transportation was just about non-existent. King Rama IV had great concern for the country's future economic growth. He had the canal dug in order to connect the Taachin River in Samutsakorn Province with the Maklong River in Samutsongkram Province.

    Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

    On the verge of being replaced by supermarkets and shopping malls, Thailand's remaining floating markets are an enduring symbol of what life was like in days past. The very popular floating market in Ratchaburi, known as the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, is considered by many to be Thailand’s largest. Sellers arrive in boats that are laden with flowers, tropical fruits, and other fresh produce, creating a lively and vividly colourful scene that has been captured by photographers the world over. It's quite touristy, but well-worth the crowds in order to experience this unique and vibrant market. It’s most often best to make the trip early in the morning to see the market at its busiest and most colourful.

    Bang Pa In

    Just north situated along the banks of the Chaopraya River can be found Bang Pa In, summer palace of the Kings of Thailand. The palace can be traced back to the seventeenth century, long before Bangkok was the capitol. It has fallen into disuse for a long period. All buildings are dated from its revival by King Mongkut (Rama IV) in the 19th century. Present day, the palace is only used infrequently, and then it is mostly used for state occasions rather than as a royal summer residence.

    Driving Essentials

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      Road Network : The road network in and around the new airport is first class. Drive to nearby Pattaya in less than 2 hours or further afield to Hua Hin in under 4 hours. No need to enter the city of Bangkok for either of these destinations.  
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      Speed Limits: Urban roads: 50kph where there is no signpost indicating otherwise Provincial Roads: 100kph National roads and highways: 100-130kph
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      Alcohol Limits: 0.5 per cent. Breath-tests are common especially at night time and if over limit possible jail pending a court case. With Taxis being so inexpensive it is easy to leave the car parked outside your holiday chalet or hotel and Taxi to the nearest entertainment area.  
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      Safety: If first time driving in Thailand take extra caution of motorcyclists who tend to drive against the traffic flow to save time. If turning left, do check for oncoming motorcyclists in the lane that you are about to turn into.  Let common sense prevail and always being courteous should ensure a trouble free motoring  holiday in Bangkok.