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Limousine airport to city

Brisbane, Australia
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Limousine airport to city

We were looking at booking limousine from airport to hotel. Is it cheaper to prebook one or just go to limousine counter. We fly into don muang airport and fly out of suvarnatbhumi airport. Hotel limousine price seemed very expensive.

Singapore, Singapore
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1. Re: Limousine airport to city

Hi,

You could book a Toyota Camry from www.orientalescape.com for Bht 900/one way which is a very decent value for your money. A taxi would cost you about Bht 400.

I believe getting a limousine at the airport, such as AOT limousine, might cost you about Bht 1,200-1,500.

Edited: 01 April 2014, 03:22
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3. Re: Limousine airport to city

You can always use a cheap taxi too if the limo price is too much. Taxis available 24 hours at the airport.

Bangkok, Thailand
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4. Re: Limousine airport to city

AOT limo from airport is 950 THB for their smallest which is an ISUZU . Not a small car in size.

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6. Re: Limousine airport to city

Why would anybody expect a stretch limo to travel from an airport into the city or from airport to airport? May be in Mumbai after you watched 2 many Bollywood movies.

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7. Re: Limousine airport to city

We weren't looking for stretch limo. Just an air conditioned car. Thanks for help.

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9. Re: Limousine airport to city

Hi,

Correction: In Singapore, if you hire a limousine, you'll get a Merc 200, Chrysler 300C or cars in similar category.

Edited: 03 April 2014, 02:52
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