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Specifics of car rental process in Thailand
Low prices. OrangeSmile.com offers car hire service in Thailand on the lowest-rate-guarantee basis, since we work with car suppliers directly. For your search criteria in Thailand, we always select and show the best rental offers.

The car reservation process consists of 3 simple steps: (1) search for available cars for your dates in Thailand; (2) select your car type; and (3) fill in the booking forms. Once the reservation is completed, you will receive a confirmation voucher to your email address. During the booking process, please check your rental conditions.

To pick up your car at the rental point in Thailand, you need to provide our confirmation voucher, your driving license and a valid credit card.

The final payment is normally carried out at the pick-up point. Our car hire points in Thailand accept VISA, MasterCard, etc - please check your rental conditions.

At the pick-up point, please read the handling manual and check the car for present defects. OrangeSmile.com wishes you a pleasant journey to Thailand!

Frequently asked questions on the rental process

The car hire reservation system OrangeSmile.com allows renting a vehicle in Thailand within 10 minutes. Our largest database of car suppliers enables us to provide you a rental car in Thailand at the cheapest rate ever possible. At rental locations in Thailand we offer the following car sizes: mini, compact, economy, standard, premium and luxury. The following car types are available in Thailand: Sedan, Hatchback, Jeep, Cabriolet, Coupe, Minivan and Minibus.
Exploring Thailand with a rented car
Thailand remains one of the biggest centers of tourism in the world. Hot beaches, beautiful and diverse nature, and rich choice of places of interest let every traveler select a program to fit one's taste. Bangkok remains one of the most favorite destinations for travelers. Wat Pho or the Temple of the Reclining Buddha built in the 7th century is the main landmark of the central square. The 15 meter long statue of Buddha is the main decoration of the temple. The statue is decorated with mother of pearl and skillful carving. Walls of the temple feature amazing paintings that depict Buddha and his apprentices. There is a gallery on the temple territory, where visitors will see a collection of rare figurines. There are approximately 400 items in total.

Travelers are recommended not to forget to visit the Royal Palace that has become the main symbol of the medieval culture. The building is located in the old district of Bangkok. Nowadays the palace is used to host important governmental meetings, religious ceremonies and other events. Luxurious halls and galleries are very interesting to observe, but the outside design of the former royal residence is no less striking. The Floating Market is one of the most unusual places in the capital. The only way to reach the market is to use a boat. There are many small canals in this part of the city, so instead of typical stalls there are rows of small boats completely filled with different goods. Souvenirs and seafood are the most typical goods sold here. Quite an interesting fact - the majority of sellers on the market are women. They control these floating kiosks with ease and can move from one corner of the market to another during the day.

From an archaeological point of view, Ban Chiang is the most interesting part of Thailand. In 1966, scientists found here the remains of an ancient settlement that belongs to the Bronze period. Ceramics and items made of bronze have become the most precious findings here. It's possible to see these priceless items in the local museum that is also known as one of the most frequently visited cultural centres in the country.

Si Satchanalai is a great place to learn more about history of Thailand as in this city you will find interesting sights of different epochs. In the 8th century, a small settlement was founded there, and it took only few decades for that settlement to turn into a large center of trade. Ancient temples remain the biggest attraction in Si Satchanalai, and in 1988 the city was named the biggest open air museum in the country.

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Car hire in Thailand
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 » Thalang: 4 rental offices
 » Koh Samui: 3 rental offices
 » Hua Hin: 3 rental offices
 » Chiang Mai: 2 rental offices
 » Krabi: 2 rental offices
 » Nakhon Si Thamarat: 2 rental offices
 » Pattaya: 2 rental offices
 » Phang Nga: 1 rental office
 » Nan: 1 rental office
 » Mae Sot: 1 rental office
 » Songkhla: 1 rental office
 » Kathu: 1 rental office
 » Poonpin: 1 rental office
Rental hints
Four wheel drive vehicles are the best choice for mountain adventures. Icy areas and steep climbs are easier to pass when your car has a traction with all four wheels.
If the voucher states that you will be met, then you should go to the specified location and look around, searching for your rental officer. If you cannot find the employee, please make a call to the office (using the phone number indicated in the voucher) and let them know that you have already arrived to the designated place.
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