Bicycle Rental in Chiang Mai


This underutilised shared bike scheme has five stations in the old city – at Wat Phra Singh, at the Lanna Folklife Museum, at Pratu Tha Phae, at Pratu Chiang Mai and at Suan Buak Hat – and more across the city. Regi…
Motorcycle Hire in Chiang Mai

Tony's Big Bikes

Rents well-maintained 125cc to 400cc motorbikes. Also offers riding lessons, gives touring advice and repairs motorcycles. Rates are negotiable.
Car Hire in Khon Kaen

Khun Wanchai

Khun Wanchai is a taxi driver who speaks good English and charges 2500B (including fuel) per day within Khon Kaen province, and only a little more to go further afield.
Train Station in Chinatown

Hualamphong Train Station

Hualamphong is the terminus for the main rail services to the south, north, northeast and east.The station has the following services: shower room, mailing centre, luggage storage, cafes and food courts. To get to t…
Bus Station in Khon Kaen

Khon Kaen Old Air-conditioned Bus Terminal

The old air-con bus terminal is central and convenient, but has been replaced by the new bus terminal out on Hwy 2. Now there are only Udon Thani and Khorat minivans departing from here, plus a few bus companies kep…
Bus Station in Northern Bangkok

Northern & Northeastern Bus Terminal

Located just north of Chatuchak Park, this hectic bus station is also commonly called kŏn sòng mǒr chít (Mo Chit station) – not to be confused with Mo Chit BTS station. Buses depart from here for all northern and no…
Bus Station in Bangkok

Southern Bus Terminal

Bangkok's southern bus terminal lies a long way west of the city centre. Commonly called săi đâi mài, it's among the more pleasant and orderly in the countr, serving as the departure point for all buses south of Ban…
Ferry in Ko Kut


Has a catamaran (500B, 1¼ to 1¾ hours, 10.45am and 2.20pm) that runs from Laem Sok to Ao Salad. The afternoon departure goes via Ko Mak and Ko Chang. From mid-May to mid-October there's only one departure, at 1.30pm…
Train in Bangkok


The elevated BTS, also known as the Skytrain (rót fai fáa), whisks you through ‘new’ Bangkok (Silom, Sukhumvit and Siam Sq). The interchange between the two lines is at Siam station and trains run frequently from 6a…
Boat in Nam Tok

Phutakien Pier

Two kilometres west of Hwy 323, this private pier (also known as Resotel Pier) has long-tail boat connections to the Resotel and FloatHouse resorts. Boats run every 30 minutes during the day (6am to 6pm), but to ens…