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Just made a trip with Hua Hin Cab from Hua Hin to Bangkok. My driver Peet was excellent on time and brought me fast and save to Bangkok. I can certainly recommend this company. Booking was a piece of cake, fast replies on my mail, strict on time and a very decent, young and clean car. I will certainly use them again next time!
Great service 100% reliable we use every time we travel to Hua Hin
God service og svært så fornøyd med tilbudet.
zuverlässig und pünktlich
Just ended our 4D3N trip in Hua Hin and am very pleased with our driver, Noy. He was very patient and attentive throughout the trip and lent us help when there were hiccups due to language barriers. Highly recommend Hua Hin cab for a pleasant and enjoyable trip!
C'est la 4 eme fois que j'utilise leur service et c'est toujours, un service impeccable, a l'heure, voiture propre.
trip from airport to Hua Hin wnet well, have booked return trip to airport for Monday. Great service, would recommend to anybody coming this way in Thailand
Perfect service, good drivers, clean and new cars, booking, affordable prices.
I used them from central Bangkok to Hua Hin then subsequently back to Bangkok airport. Booking could not have been easier and on both occasions they arrived a few minutes early and both car and driver were excellent. I would highly recommend them.
First time using Hua Hin Cab. So far so good. Took about 2 minutes to get the confirmation with all the info for the booking. Now lets see if its a nice ride donw to Hua Hin from the Airport. Will let you know.

#1 Hua Hin fully licensed hassle free taxi service. We provide private transfers to/from Hua Hin to Bangkok, Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang airports.

Only late model business class vehicles and professional drivers. We are always on time!

Operating as usual

21/12/2021

Full Details about Suspension of Test and Go

This is an urgent dispatch with official updates about Test and Go by the Consular Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

As you probably have heard by now, the prime minister announced this afternoon the suspension of the Test and Go scheme. Unfortunately, there has been a lot of misinformation about this which has led to much confusion. A senior official at the Consular Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs just called me to set the record straight about what is really happening. But first I will paste below their official announcement. Then I will add my own notes from the telephone call.

Announcement
Thailand Pass will be closed for all new Test and Go and Sandbox applications (except Phuket Sandbox), starting from 00.00 hrs. on 22 December 2021 until further notice.
New measures apply for all applicants on Thailand Pass, as follows;
Applicants who have received their Thailand Pass QR Code can enter Thailand under the scheme they have registered.
Applicants who have registered, but have not received their QR Code must wait for their Thailand Pass to be considered / approved. Once approved, they can enter Thailand under the scheme they have registered.
New applicants will not be able to register for Test and Go and Sandbox measures (except Phuket Sandbox). Thailand Pass will only accept new applicants seeking to enter Thailand under Alternative Quarantine (AQ) or Phuket Sandbox only.
Passengers who will arrive in Thailand under Test and Go and Sandbox Programme must undergo their 2nd COVID-19 test using the RT-PCR technique (not ATK self-test) at government-designated facilities (no additional cost).
Thailand Pass will be closed for all new Test and Go and Sandbox applications (except Phuket Sandbox), starting from 00.00 hrs. on 22 December 2021 until further notice.
New measures apply for all applicants on Thailand Pass, as follows;
1. Applicants who have received their Thailand Pass QR Code can enter Thailand under the scheme they have registered.
2. Applicants who have registered, but have not received their QR Code must wait for their Thailand Pass to be considered / approved. Once approved, they can enter Thailand under the scheme they have registered.
3. New applicants will not be able to register for Test and Go and Sandbox measures (except Phuket Sandbox). Thailand Pass will only accept new applicants seeking to enter Thailand under Alternative Quarantine (AQ) or Phuket Sandbox only.
4. Passengers who will arrive in Thailand under Test and Go and Sandbox Programme must undergo their 2nd COVID-19 test using the RT-PCR technique (not ATK self-test) at government-designated facilities (no additional cost).
Do Not Panic!
To be clear, this is NOT a closure of the borders. It is just a suspension of the Test & Go and the Blue Zone Sandbox (except for Phuket Sandbox) schemes. Everything else will continue as normal.
First the good news, if you are one of 22,000 people who have already applied for a Thailand Pass for Test & Go, Sandbox and Alternative Quarantine, your application is still being processed. If your application is approved, you will be able to come under the original conditions. This means, for Test & Go people, you only need to wait for the results for the first test and then you are free to go. No 7-day quarantine like some media outlets were saying. But you will need to do a second RT-PCR test on Day 7. More on that in a moment.
The bad news is that if your application is rejected after midnight, then you are out of luck. You will need to enter via the Phuket Sandbox or hotel quarantine schemes.
Secondly, the Thailand Pass system is still open for Test & Go applications. So, be quick as you could make it before the midnight deadline. After that time, they will no longer take applications for Test & Go and for Sandbox areas outside of Phuket.
One very important piece of information that the Thai media got wrong is the cut-off date for arriving in Thailand. Basically, there isn’t one. Earlier, the media were saying you must arrive before 10th January if you didn’t want to do quarantine. That is not true. You can arrive on the date that was approved on your application. For example, if you said you are arriving on 25th January, then you still can use Test & Go and only wait one night for the test results.
Many people were asking that if they arrived under Test & Go tomorrow, do they have to do the second RT-PCR test on Day 7. The quick answer to that is no. This is because it is not law yet. The prime minister must first sign the papers and then it must be published in the Royal Gazette. So, if it was published in the gazette on Friday, then anyone arriving on Friday onwards, must do the second test on Day 7. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, this will be free. More details on this soon.
So, does this mean there is no Test & Go in the future? No, that is not true as it is just temporarily suspended. In early January, they will re-evaluate the situation and there will be a new announcement.

22/11/2021

Meanwhile on the streets of Bangkok.. 🐕

16/11/2021

Top 10 “countries of origin” for people flying to Thailand from 1-15 November:

1 🇺🇸 USA 8,430
3 🇩🇪 Germany 6,242
4 🇬🇧 United Kingdom 2,875
5 🇯🇵 Japan 2,717
7 🇷🇺 Russia 2,266
6 🇫🇷 France 2,104
8 🇰🇷 South Korea 1,901
10🇨🇭 Switzerland 1,646
9 🇮🇱 Israel 1,545
10 🇸🇪 Sweden 1,472

29/10/2021

For the information of travellers planning to visit Thailand from 01 Nov '21:

Here are step-by-step guidelines for fully vaccinated foreign visitors including returning Thais and foreign residents, from approved countries/territories to enter Thailand.

For the information of travellers planning to visit Thailand from 01 Nov '21:

Here are step-by-step guidelines for fully vaccinated foreign visitors including returning Thais and foreign residents, from approved countries/territories to enter Thailand.

22/10/2021

Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has just released a list of 𝟒𝟔 𝐜𝐨𝐮𝐧𝐭𝐫𝐢𝐞𝐬 that have been approved to take part in the Thailand reopening:

1. Australia
2. Austria
3. Bahrain
4. Belgium
5. Bhutan
6. Brunei Darussalam
7. Bulgaria
8. Cambodia
9. Canada
10. Chile
11. China
12. Cyprus
13. Czech Republic
14. Denmark
15. Estonia
16. Finland
17. France
18. Germany
19. Greece
20. Hungary
21. Iceland
22. Ireland
23. Israel
24. Italy
25. Japan
26. Latvia
27. Lithuania
28. Malaysia
29. Malta
30. Netherlands
31. New Zealand
32. Norway
33. Poland
34. Portugal
35. Qatar
36. Saudi Arabia
37. Singapore
38. Slovenia
39. South Korea
40. Spain
41. Sweden
42. Switzerland
43. United Arab Emirates
44. United Kingdom
45. United States
46. Hong Kong

"Test & Go” scheme will apply to tourists from the mentioned countries, who will need to show evidence of being fully vaccinated at least 14 days before their arrival. They will also need to have a negative PCR test result, taken within 72 hours of departure from their home country, as well as Covid-19 insurance coverage of at least US$50,000.

Under this scheme, travellers will be permitted to arrive at any international airport in the kingdom, after which they will need to take a second PCR test. This test will need to be pre-booked with a SHA Plus hotel, where they will be required to spend their first night. The hotel cannot be more than a 2-hour drive from their arrival airport and travellers must remain there until they get the result of their second PCR test.

#thailandreopen #huahincab

Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has just released a list of 𝟒𝟔 𝐜𝐨𝐮𝐧𝐭𝐫𝐢𝐞𝐬 that have been approved to take part in the Thailand reopening:

1. Australia
2. Austria
3. Bahrain
4. Belgium
5. Bhutan
6. Brunei Darussalam
7. Bulgaria
8. Cambodia
9. Canada
10. Chile
11. China
12. Cyprus
13. Czech Republic
14. Denmark
15. Estonia
16. Finland
17. France
18. Germany
19. Greece
20. Hungary
21. Iceland
22. Ireland
23. Israel
24. Italy
25. Japan
26. Latvia
27. Lithuania
28. Malaysia
29. Malta
30. Netherlands
31. New Zealand
32. Norway
33. Poland
34. Portugal
35. Qatar
36. Saudi Arabia
37. Singapore
38. Slovenia
39. South Korea
40. Spain
41. Sweden
42. Switzerland
43. United Arab Emirates
44. United Kingdom
45. United States
46. Hong Kong

"Test & Go” scheme will apply to tourists from the mentioned countries, who will need to show evidence of being fully vaccinated at least 14 days before their arrival. They will also need to have a negative PCR test result, taken within 72 hours of departure from their home country, as well as Covid-19 insurance coverage of at least US$50,000.

Under this scheme, travellers will be permitted to arrive at any international airport in the kingdom, after which they will need to take a second PCR test. This test will need to be pre-booked with a SHA Plus hotel, where they will be required to spend their first night. The hotel cannot be more than a 2-hour drive from their arrival airport and travellers must remain there until they get the result of their second PCR test.

#thailandreopen #huahincab

12/10/2021

Thailand to reopen borders.

1st November: Vaccinated tourists from 10 countries such as UK, Singapore, Germany, China, and USA can enter #Thailand without having to do quarantine Full list of eligible countries is coming soon.
1st December: Will consider allowing alcoholic beverages to be consumed in restaurants and open entertainment venues

#huahincab #thailandreopen

Thailand to reopen borders.

1st November: Vaccinated tourists from 10 countries such as UK, Singapore, Germany, China, and USA can enter #Thailand without having to do quarantine Full list of eligible countries is coming soon.
1st December: Will consider allowing alcoholic beverages to be consumed in restaurants and open entertainment venues

#huahincab #thailandreopen

03/10/2021

RE-ENTERING THAILAND
The TAT have published an infographic with the latest re-entry quarantine details.

RE-ENTERING THAILAND
The TAT have published an infographic with the latest re-entry quarantine details.

10/09/2021

Bangkok and Hua Hin are set to reopen for vaccinated tourists starting next month. We are still awaiting for full details but at the moment it seems that no quarantine for vaccinated travelers will be required. Time to book your transportation!

Bangkok and Hua Hin are set to reopen for vaccinated tourists starting next month. We are still awaiting for full details but at the moment it seems that no quarantine for vaccinated travelers will be required. Time to book your transportation!

01/09/2021

Dear Travelers, it's been quite a while since we met with most of you last time. Life has changed significantly over last 1.5 years but we are still here. We are not giving up and not going anywhere. We would like to say "Thank you" to all our local loyal customers who are still traveling with us daily between Bangkok and Hua Hin despite enormous restrictions and lockdowns. For the rest of you we would like to wish you to stay safe and we strongly believe that we will meet again in the very near future..

Dear Travelers, it's been quite a while since we met with most of you last time. Life has changed significantly over last 1.5 years but we are still here. We are not giving up and not going anywhere. We would like to say "Thank you" to all our local loyal customers who are still traveling with us daily between Bangkok and Hua Hin despite enormous restrictions and lockdowns. For the rest of you we would like to wish you to stay safe and we strongly believe that we will meet again in the very near future..

02/10/2020

Just a few shots from "busy" Hua Hin beach.. Hopefully, it won't take a long time to bring beautiful Hua Hin town back to life.

Stay safe and see you all again soon.

20/08/2020

Thanks to all our customers and your online reviews HuaHinCab has received another 𝐓𝐫𝐚𝐯𝐞𝐥𝐞𝐫𝐬' 𝐂𝐡𝐨𝐢𝐜𝐞 𝐀𝐰𝐚𝐫𝐝 from the world leading travel company #TripAdvisor for the third year in a row.

Despite 2020 has not been the best year so far, we do believe the situation will be back to normal soon and once borders are open we will enjoy together every moment of traveling around beautiful Thailand. See you soon and thanks one more time for your support!

01/08/2020

On the streets of Lopburi City

A fall in tourist numbers amid the Covid-19 outbreak has resulted in far fewer people offering food to the monkeys. This video was filmed in Lopburi, a city north-east of Bangkok that is famed for its monkey population.

27/06/2020

Some recent Airline News from Thailand:

1. NokScoot goes out of business. Regional budget airline will be liquidated.
2. Thai Air Asia will return to full domestic services in Thailand during July, with all routes and flights back in action for a total of 23 destinations and 25 routes.
3. THAI Airways lost its status as a state-owned enterprise (SOE) following the sale of the Finance Ministry's stake in the airline to below 50%. As the result the Airports of Thailand (AoT) recalled more than 50% of the check-in counters and aircraft stands at Suvarnabhumi airport.

14/06/2020

Bangkok's lastest landmark - The "Dhammakaya Thep Mongkol Buddha Statue" at the Paknam Bhasicharoen Temple in the Thonburi district, towering over 65 meters.

10/06/2020

It looks government pushed back border opening from July to August but still no official confirmation to this information. Meanwhile Thai Airways announced their flight schedule, set to begin August 1:

Bangkok-Auckland: Three weekly from 03-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Beijing Capital: Twice weekly from 02-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Brisbane: Three weekly from 02-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Delhi: Daily from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Denpasar: Three weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Dhaka: Five weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Guangzhou: Twice weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Hanoi: Daily from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Ho Chi Minh City: Daily from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Hong Kong: Daily from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Islamabad: Four weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Jakarta: Three weekly from 03-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Karachi: Four weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Kuala Lumpur: Five weekly from 02-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Lahore: Four weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Manila: Four weekly from 02-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Melbourne: Five weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Nagoya: Three weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Osaka Kansai: Three weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Perth: Three weekly from 02-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Phnom Penh: Daily from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Seoul Incheon: Six weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Shanghai Pudong: Twice weekly from 02-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Singapore: Four weekly from 02-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Sydney: Five weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Taipei Taoyuan: Daily from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Tokyo Haneda: Four weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Tokyo Narita: Four weekly from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Vientiane: Daily from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok-Yangon: Daily from 01-Aug-2020
Bangkok – London Heathrow service will be reintroduced 1 August with a daily 777-300ER.
Bangkok-Paris: The airline has now postponed the launch from 17 July to 1 August offering three weekly flights using a 777-300ER.

28/05/2020

The government has set July 1 for the lift of all business and activity lockdowns.

These include interprovincial and international travel, as well as the end of emergency decree and curfew.

21/05/2020

On 18th May The Governor of Prachuap Khiri Khan, which includes the seaside resort of Hua Hin, has signed the order to re-open all hotels & resorts in his province. We guess this now signals the re-opening of domestic tourism.

Bangkok during COVID-19 11/04/2020

Empty streets of Bangkok during coronovirus pandemic

Empty streets of Bangkok during coronovirus pandemic

15/03/2020

Dear "Hua Hin Cab" Customers!

Please know that we are vigilantly monitoring the COVID-19 situation around the clock and have precautions in place to ensure a healthy trip at any of our vehicles.

In this climate, we know travel may not be your first thought, but we want you to know the safety of our passengers is our top priority. We want to thank you in advance for putting your trust in HuaHinCab as you plan for future travels. See you soon!

On photo - Bang Khunsai, A lone sculpture park in a small fishing village south of Petchaburi.

Bangkok’s Mysterious Neon Glow 17/02/2020

For many visitors, their experience of Bangkok is centered around the popular tourist areas such as Sukhumvit or the Grand Palace, but for one of our customers, the attraction was in the paths less traveled: from the massive oil refinery on the banks of the Chao Phraya River to the dark intertwined side streets of the Khlong Toei night market and shantytown.

Bangkok is a city defined by the light and shadow of night. From concrete canals and forgotten temples shining under the glow of streetlights to old cars rusting on the streets next to blaring television sets in the night markets.

For many visitors, their experience of Bangkok is centered around the popular tourist areas such as Sukhumvit or the Grand Palace, but for one of our customers, the attraction was in the paths less traveled: from the massive oil refinery on the banks of the Chao Phraya River to the dark intertwined side streets of the Khlong Toei night market and shantytown.

Bangkok is a city defined by the light and shadow of night. From concrete canals and forgotten temples shining under the glow of streetlights to old cars rusting on the streets next to blaring television sets in the night markets.

HUA HIN CAB (THAILAND) CO LTD

We provide private transportation service between main tourist destinations (including airports and islands) in Central Thailand.

This is a door to door service. You choose where we need to pick you up and where to drop you off. It can be airport, hotel or condominium, restaurant, shop or office, private residence — anything that has an address or can be located on the map.

NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED

Payment in cash is made directly to the driver upon arrival of your destination. At the moment Pattaya Cab accepts Thai Baht only.

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