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April 15, 2012

AOT Limousine, Bangkok…depends if comfort, cost or speed is more important for you

Along the back wall at the Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok are various booths for AOT Limousines where you can pre-purchase your limousine transfer, whilst waiting for your luggage to arrive. Tell them your destination hotel and select a car (from 8 vehicle types) from the photograph. Depending upon your budget. 1100-1400 Baht will get you to most hotels in Bangkok in a well maintained and clean vehicle

From my experiences, the prices are always arbitrary. Once I was quoted a price for a Camry and then the price was reduced twice. But only after paying, I was told that the reduced price was for a smaller vehicle, which is not readily available and that I would have to wait for 30 minutes. To upgrade to a Camry which was on hand, I had to top up and pay supplement charges.

If there were better alternatives, I wouldn’t use AOT Limousine services. But the option is a taxi and theΒ  problem with the taxis is that I always seem to score the stinky ones that are about to fall to bits. The AOT limos uses clean cars with English speaking drivers. But do remember to confirm if the toll payments are inclusive of the fee.

But now that the Bangkok Airport Rail Link has started operations, who knows? Comfort, cost or speed? This is the true truth as I say it as it is…

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