udon thani taxi
Since I last posted on this topic, I see that UD Car Rent has expanded their advertising concerning their taxi service.
Our driver speaks fluently English and Swedish and are well experienced.
Our taxi service is suitable for both tourism or business purposes a like.
You can choose to travel by our pre-agreed taxi fare rate or if you plan to visit many places, refer to our fixed daily rate. Only 1,800 bath per day.
There is more concerning their rates, as well as their all-day fixed-price service, here.
Lek Car Rental also has a taxi service in place.
Lek Car Rentals Taxi Service
Please Note: we also off chauffeur / driver service for any of our rental vehicles, please contact us for daily, weekly, monthly rates.
Lek’s taxi service starts from 250 baht – this is for 1-4 people
Mini bus also available, please contact for details
To & From Airport (1-5 km’s outside the ring-road) 350 Baht
To & From Airport (5-20 km’s outside ring-road) 650 Baht
From anywhere in Udon to Nong Khai 1,000 Baht
Please contact us for special rates for any other destinations required
Yet another car/motorbike rental service who that currently gotten involved in the taxi game is Sitemecru.
Sitmecru taxi service
If you are flying to Udon Thani, let us take care of your transportation from Udon Thani’s international airport.
Tell us your flight number and time of arrival in the contact form, and we will have some staff to get you at Udon’s airport.
If you have booked a hotel already, we can take you there, just check the map below to see the price list.
If you want to rent your car or motorbike immediately, we will drive you to the shop and you can go by yourself in the day !
For any other destination, just make an enquiry in the contact form and we will send you a quotation.
The official airport website has this illustrated page: Udon Thani Airport Transportation.
In researching this post, I stumbled upon a car rental business I have not before heard of. They do offer a taxi service, but it appears to be only in the Bangkok/Pattaya area:
NEEDS TAXI here we have many kind of service such as Transfer Service, Bangkok International Airport – Downtown or Bangkok International Airport – Pattaya not only that U-Taphao Airport (Pattaya Airport) is in our service as well.
The business name is in Thai, so I cannot tell you what it is in English, but judging by the URL, it must be something like Needs Taxi. The link should take you to a page where — if you scroll down — you can see various car rental rates relating to Udon Thani. If you click on their Our Car link to see what it is they rent out, this surprising “feature” is included in the descriptions:
With Chang Beers
Hey, I’m all for that!
In closing, as Wikitravel and other sources state, Udon Thani City has lots of samlor and tuk-tuks throughout.
For your entertainment and/or interest, here are a few Udon Thani/taxi-related references from other websites that I am adding in a March 27, 2012, edit to this post:
This was my first taste of true Italian food in Udon Thani and I wasn’t sure whether to hail down a taxi or find a retired expat gondolier with a motorized three-wheel gondola. Instead I whistled up Wonderful Wi and we headed …
Publish Date: 02/21/2012 2:54
… Posts: 11090; Blog Entries: 1. actually if you`re going to be in CM you can fly direct to udon thani with nok air and get a bus or taxi up to nong khai-vientiane 30 odd k`s away. i`m gonna ride through the countryside hear the birds sing …
Publish Date: 03/26/2012 6:45
The Napalai’s location is perfect for those who arrive at Udon Thani airport needing a hotel in the nearby vicinity. It’s also just a short taxi ride from the city’s modern shopping plaza, night markets and Udon Thani’s nightlife …
Publish Date: 01/13/2012 0:00
I’m in Udon Thani this week. Will be here till Thu. This is a major town in the north east part of the country which is the ethnic Issan area. But as a local told me, this area, especially this town, has a lot of Chinese and Vietnamese. I asked the question because I saw a … (And this goes against my hard-learned experience of only get in a Taxi that you have flagged down; never use one that sits there waiting for customer or comes up to you.) Situated near the border, this …
Publish Date: 12/13/2011 18:09
BANGKOK, 28 February 2012: Nok Air will team up with bus companies to provide an overland connection from Udon Thani to Vientiane starting 14.
Publish Date: 02/28/2012 1:17
Though Indonesia’s Bajaj and India’s auto rickshaw bare remarkable similarities, the stainless steel “Thailand” plate on the rear, liberal chrome plating and the distinctive blue and yellow livery applied to Thailand’s taxi tuk-tuks have seen them become a unique symbol … “The Ayutthaya tuk-tuk is very different to the Bangkok tuk-tuk and based on the original Midget MP4 from Daihatsu, while in Udon Thani they are motorbikes attached to carts,” Mr. Chett says. Tuk Tuk …
Publish Date: 03/21/2012 9:24
Wake up at 5am and be out the door by 5:15 to give yourself plenty of time for the taxi ride to Suvarnabhumi Airport, where your AirAsia flight bound for Udon Thani departs at 7:10. Hail a taxi on Petchaburi Road, where at this …
Publish Date: 07/15/2011 5:16
BANGKOK, 2 March 2012: The Transport Co Ltd, under the Ministry of Transport, kicks off its ninth bus route, Friday, linking Thailand and Laos between Udon Thani province in the northeast and Vang Vieng, a resort town in …
Publish Date: 03/01/2012 23:38
Around 5km from the city centre, and is quite easy to get to by tuk-tuk (around 15 minutes journey time), and will cost you around 300 baht one way. if it’s your first visit to Udon Thani I’d suggest you to take a taxi from the airport …
Publish Date: 10/05/2011 23:24
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