Feb 9, 2013
Tipoa Car Hire Location in Thailand
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Tipoa Car Hire offer at Ubon Ratchathani the best pick-up point for your rental car as our counter is conveniently located within the airport just outside the baggage claim area.
Despite of its name, Ubon Ratchathani International Airport [UBP] in reality serves only domestic flights to Bangkok (which is located over 600 km from Ubon) Suvarnabhumi Int. Airport
and Don Mueang [DMK].
The airport is at the northern edge of the city almost within walking distance, but accommodation is scattered around Ubon, so better not to consider walking. Much better option is to hire a car.
Meaning "Lotus Blossom", Ubon Ratchathani province is crossed by the Mekhong River
and presumes of being the first region of Thailand on seeing the sunrise.
Ubon Ratchathani (in Thai อุบลราชธานี) has the highest density of Buddhist Temples in all of Thailand and an amazing natural beauty
, including waterfalls, caves and national parks such as Phu Chong Na Yoi, a green emerald between the three Thailand, Cambodia and Laos.
Our suppliers in Ubon Ratchathani offer a choice of economy cars, double cab trucks, toyota hilux, vigo, fortuner models, luxury autos, vans and SUVs to meet nearly every need. If you need any special equipment, like a child seat, GPS, etc. book it in advance on our website, collect and pay on arrival.
We also have these other Thailand locations Rent A Car Thailand
. A number of airport locations also offer one-way rentals. i.e. Collect Bangkok drop at Phuket or Pattaya
As you may have noticed, the length measurement unit used in Thailand is the KM instead of British MILE, although in Thailand they drive on the left side of the road.
For a useful map on what countries drive on the left hand side visit the Tipoa Car Hire Blog
and click on the MAP to enlarge it.
If you are not familiar with the geography of Bangkok, why not download
iPhone / iPad app and pin point exactly where our nearest rental car offices are to you, whilst you are travelling.
To enlarge the iPhone photograph below, click here