Why not hire a car?
If you’re scheduled to visit Thailand real soon, it is highly encouraged that you book a car that could take you around town. Keep in mind that Thailand only has one airport and it is located in Bangkok. From Bangkok, you would have a lot of traveling to do if you intend to go to the other places of interest in the country. While there are railways and buses to take you there, nothing beats having your own rental car to drive around this scenic country.
Thailand is a sovereign country in Southeast Asia. Thailand is a kingdom ruled by a monarchy. It is a predominantly a Buddhist country, having Bangkok as its city capital. Thailand offers visitors a host of cultural offerings as well as beautiful beaches to explore. Tourism is currently the reason behind Thailand’s economic surge, giving credits to places like Pattaya, Ko Samui, Chiang Mai, and Phuket as the biggest crowd drawers.
Visiting Eastern Thailand? Drive to Koh Chang and escape the hustle and bustle of Pattaya.
It isn’t surprising for visitors from across the western side of the globe to fly to Thailand just to have a different kind of vacation. Thailand has many fascinating things to offer, starting from the interesting Thai wedding that is offered to guests. A Thai wedding is the better cultural alternative to being married in Las Vegas. Of course there are also special festivals, boat races, and country fairs that make this country very enchanting indeed.
Thailand is served by major car hire companies such as Budget, Avis, and Thrifty. If you would like to book a car while here, it is best that you use the services of these companies. They also have online partners that would gladly help you choose the perfect car for you and your companions. There are big cars available for extra large groups, like the Toyota Hiace. For those who prefer city driving, a Honda Civic maybe ideal.
Thailand has great things to offer all its first-time travelers. You can ask for a tour to the nearby Koh Chang, Koh Mak or Koh Kood islands and all their sparkling waters. Driving directions, including a Googlemap, from Bangkok and Pattaya can be found here. If you are more interested with Thailand’s history, a Chiang Mai exploration is in order. Now if you would like to be blessed by the gifts of Buddhism, maybe you can pay beautiful Kanchanaburi a visit for a view of the tiger temple, its national parks, and its breathtaking falls.