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Car rent with driver without credit card in the Phuket

Car rent with driver without credit card in the Phuket

Book without a credit card You don’t need a credit card to rent a car with us. Make a reservation with your email address only and pay in cash on pick-up. It’s that simple!

All our cars are fully insured (collision, 3rd party, theft). In case of an accident you would pay maximum and the insurance will cover the rest.

Free unlimited mileage We don’t set daily mileage limits, so drive for as long as you like without any additional fees.

 

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Car rent with driver tour around Hat Patong

Car rent with driver tour around Hat Patong

Patong (ป่าตอง) is a free-for-all and by far Phuket’s most notorious and divisive destination. Between the concrete, silicone and moral turpitude, almost anything is available for the right price and, while that’s true of other places in Thailand, Patong doesn’t try to hide it. Of course, that doesn’t mean you’re going to like it; some people avoid this part of Phuket entirely.

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Gaze out at the wide, white-sand beach and its magnificent crescent bay, however, and you’ll understand how the whole thing started. Diving and spa opportunities abound, along with upscale dining, street-side fish grills, extravagant cabaret, Thai boxing, dusty antique shops and – Patong’s main draw for many – the chance to party from dusk until dawn.

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Car rent with driver tour around Phuket town

Car rent with driver tour around Phuket town

Long before flip-flops, glossy resorts and selfie sticks, Phuket was an island of rubber trees, tin mines and cash-hungry merchants. Luring entrepreneurs from the Arabian Peninsula, China, India and Portugal, Phuket Town (เมืองภูเก็ด) became a colourful blend of cultural influences.

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Today, the Old Town is a testament to Phuket’s history, but it’s also the island’s hipster heart, attracting artists and musicians in particular, which has led to noticeable gentrification. Century-old hôrng tăa·ou (shophouses) and homes are being restored, vibrant street art is popping up and it can feel like every other building is now a fashionable polished-concrete cafe.

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