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Thailand Bike Rental Cost Guide: Your Guide

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Biking through Thailand? Affordable and so much fun! For just around 150 to 400 baht a day, you can cruise around wherever the road takes you. Some bike rental places might not even ask for your international driver's license, just hold onto your passport as a deposit. But for safety and avoiding fines, having an international driver's license is crucial.

We got the bikes for 200 baht a day in Phuket and around 175 baht in Koh Samui. Pro tip: Book for longer, and they might just give you a discount!

In Hua Hin, we stumbled upon a rental shop with a quirky sign: "If a monkey bites the bike seat, it's a 400 baht fine." Funny thing? We didn't see a single monkey in the city. Maybe the shop owner's playing monkey games!


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