Known as the Land of Smiles, Thailand is a country of wonderful people, great food, gorgeous beaches and plenty of places to shop. Arriving at Suvarnabhumi Airport travelers will be faced with several transportation options (bus, skytrain, minivan, taxi, private ride, car rental, etc) and deciding which one is best can sometimes be confusing. Add the language barrier on top of this and getting around can be tricky.
EZ Ride Thailand is a private ride service to help travelers get from city-to-city while in Thailand. Transfer, shuttle service, taxi; call it what you will it is money well spent! Drivers are all experienced, licensed, insured and will show up with a clean car and fresh bottled water. There are no extra charges! You choose the size of vehicle you need and we do the rest.
One of the benefits of using EZ Ride Thailand is that you arrange your trip in advance. Details of your trip are communicated from English to Thai so that drivers all understand who you are and where you would like to go. Unless you speak Thai, this will eliminate any confusion as to where you would like to go. Need a washroom break? No problem. All of our drivers understand that passengers may need a pit-stop on the way. Drivers are more than happy to stop by a gas station so that you can have a washroom break and maybe buy a snack or drink for the duration of your trip. This is by far, the best way to get from city-to-city while in Thailand
Here are a few of our most requested one-way transfers:
EZ Ride Thailand is the best way to get from BKK to Pattaya and here is why. Your vacation time is precision and time is money. Yes, you may save a bit if you catch a bus however, the bus will not bring you right to your hotel. In fact, it will take longer as it sometimes has several stops along the way. Plus, you will be sharing the ride with several other travelers. The benefit of EZ Ride Thailand is that we will send a driver to meet you at the airport, help you with your bags and get you right to your hotel. It’s fast, simple and affordable. Go to the rates section of our website for more information.
Koh Chang is a very popular destination for travelers and backpackers however, its not as popular as Koh Samui or Phuket. For that reason, you will find an island that is tranquil, quiet, fun, but not over-run by tourists. There is no Starbucks here!
Why get on a cramped bus full of people just so that you can save a few bucks. Plus, there a strong chance you have been on an airplane with several people coughing and sneezing. Don’t risk getting a cold on the first day of your vacation by traveling on a bus full of people. The bus won’t go directly to your hotel anyways. Kick this vacation into high-gear and get to Koh Chang quicker and easier. Have one of our drivers meet you at Suvarnabhumi Airport and bring you directly to your hotel. The sooner you are relaxing by the ocean and drinking out of a coconut the better!
Ayutthaya is a city in Thailand, about an hour north of Bangkok. It was the capital of the Kingdom of Siam until a Burmese invasion in the 1700s. During this historical battle, the Burmese destroyed most of the city and chopped the heads off all Buddha’s. Shortly afterward, the Thai people rallied together and successfully ousted the Burmese to reclaim their land, although now mainly in ruins. Since this time, they have built new Buddha’s around the temples as a sign of spiritual protection. Ayutthaya is now a Unesco World Historical Site and a fascinating place to visit if you are traveling to Thailand. Ayutthaya is such a large city that it is very difficult to see all on foot. In order to get the most out of your visit, you would either need a driver to bring you from site-to-site, or you can rent a bicycle or even a tuk tuk. This is a great way to spend the day learning about the city’s history and capture a few epic selfies. Send us an email for more information or to book a tour.
Hua Hin is a seaside resort on the Gulf of Thailand, in the southern Thai province of Prachuap Khiri Khan. Once a quiet fishing village, it grew into a fashionable escape for residents of Bangkok after the 1920s, when the Thai royal family built summer palaces here. Hua Hin Beach, popular for families, swimming and relaxing in the sun, is the main stretch of sand, lined with high-end hotels, seafood restaurants, bars, and entertainment. Love to golf? Hua Hin has over a dozen world-class golf courses.
We get ride requests to and from cities all over Thailand. From Chiang Mai to Phuket and Udon Thani to Kanchanaburi, we have it all covered. If you are reading this website you must be preparing for your trip. You are likely someone who has just traveled a long way and does not want to delay your vacation time by taking a train or bus. You are determined to maximize your fun by checking into your hotel as quick as possible and immediately getting into a pair of flip-flops. We get it!
Kanchanaburi is a historical destination known for the Death Railway, built during WWII. The line crosses over the River Khwae Yai via the Death Railway Bridge. Displays at the JEATH War Museum honor the prisoners of war who died building the bridge. The Thailand–Burma Railway Center explores the wider history of the railway. Nearby, thousands of Allied soldiers are buried at the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery. This city is filled with historical significance and those who appreciate history will love to spend a few days here. The 1950’s war movie ‘Bridge Over The River Kwai’ was based on the significance that Kanchanaburi played during the war. Through the museums, cemeteries and memorial sites you will see the representation of several countries who fought and died here.
Nowadays the city has a vibrant economy with the River Kwai offering floating huts, hotels, kayaking, bicycling, hiking, waterfalls, and several other activities for visitors. Nearby are also some of Thailand’s most amazing temples. Such a short distance from Bangkok the city is a must-see if you are traveling to Thailand for vacation.