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Cheapest Car Rental Rates

Bangkok Don Mueang
Economy
Nissan Almera or similar
Nissan Almera
  • 4
  • 2
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Drive Car Rental
$13.34 / per day
Airport Bangkok Don Mueang
Economy Elite
Nissan Almera or similar
Nissan Almera
  • 5
  • 1
  • 5
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Keddy
$18.15 / per day
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport
Mini
Toyota Yaris or similar
Toyota Yaris
  • 4
  • 2
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
yesaway
$18.57 / per day
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport
Compact
Toyota Vios Sedan or similar
Toyota Vios Sedan
  • 5
  • 2
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Asap Car Rental
$20.20 / per day

Most Popular Car Rental Deals

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport
Intermediate
Honda City or similar
Honda City
  • 5
  • 2
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
8mile Rent a car
$29.33 / per day
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport
Standard
Nissan Sylphy or similar
Nissan Sylphy
  • 5
  • 3
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Europcar
$31.84 / per day
Downtown
Full-size SUV
Toyota Fortuner *Model Guaranteed* or similar
Toyota Fortuner *Model Guaranteed*
  • 7
  • 2
  • 5
  • A/C
  • Auto.
SIXT
$49.65 / per day
Airport Bangkok Don Mueang
Premium
Toyota Camry or similar
Toyota Camry
  • 5
  • 2
  • 4
  • A/C
  • Auto.
Luv Drive Car Rent
$67.46 / per day
The above prices are only approximate and were last updated at 06:11 on 2024-04-21. Prices may vary based on the booking dates, length of rental, and car class.

Travel Information

Languages
Thai
Currency
THB
Drive on
Left-hand side
Country code
+66
Average car rental price
$31 per day
Average car rental length
9 days
Speed limit within town
50 km/h or 31 mph
Speed limit out of town
90 - 110 km/h or 56 - 68 mph
Acceptable limit of BAC
0.05%
Rating
9.1 / 10
Average gasoline price
$1.10 per liter or $4.15 / 1 gallon
Lowest gasoline price
$0.94 per liter or $3.57 / 1 gallon
Highest gasoline price
$1.21 per liter or $4.59 / 1 gallon

Why rent a car in Bangkok?

Bangkok is a great place for renting a car. Huge and very busy, it can feel hectic at first, but once you get used to it, you'll see why it’s one of the most vibrant, historically unique, and culturally developed cities of East Asia. From the capital, it’s easy to explore the rest of Thailand including its mountains, temples, and endless tropical beaches.

Bangkok

One-Way Car Rentals in Bangkok

The most popular one-way rental options for pick up in Bangkok and drop off in another city include:

  • From Bangkok to Phuket - 27 offers from $54.73 per day
  • From Bangkok to Chiang Mai - 17 offers from $54.73 per day

Top ways to enter Bangkok

  • Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport: The busiest in Thailand and among the largest in the region, this airport handles more than 63 million passengers every year. The airport serves countless flights to and from destinations in East and South Asia as well as in Oceania, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Located 32km (20 miles) east of Bangkok center, the airport can be reached in about 25 minutes. The word “Suvarnabhumi” means “Land of gold” in Sanskrit.
  • Bangkok Don Mueang Airport: The other international airport in the Greater Bangkok area, Don Mueang Airport serves more than 40 million travelers every year. The airport is a hub for domestic flights but also serves flights to and from foreign countries like Indonesia, India, the Philippines, Japan, and Australia. Don Mueang Airport is located 26km (16 miles) north of Bangkok’s city center.
  • U-Tapao Airport: Serving both Rayong and Pattaya, two large resort cities on Thailand’s east coast, U-Tapao Airport hosts flights by more than 15 different airlines. There are connections to Malaysia and China as well as Russia and the United Kingdom. U Tapao Airport is located 174km (108 miles) southeast of Bangkok and can be reached in about two hours.
  • Chiang Mai Airport: The fourth-busiest in the country, Chiang Mai Airport is the largest in Northern Thailand. It hosts plenty of domestic flights as well as flights to many other East Asian countries. Chiang Mai Airport is about 690km (429 miles) north of Bangkok.
  • By public transportation: If you arrive in Bangkok by bus, minibus, train, or ship, you can conveniently pick up a rental car in Bangkok’s city center.

City facts

  • Bangkok enjoys a tropical climate. The city has three seasons - a dry season lasting from November to February, a hot season from February to May, and a rainy season from June to October. Temperature changes are minimal throughout the year, the average temperature being 27°C (81°F) in January, the coldest month, and 30.5°C (87°F) in April, the warmest month. Thanks to the urban heat effect, the temperature in Bangkok is always 3 - 5°C higher than in the surrounding non-urban areas. With the added humidity, April can be quite uncomfortably hot.
  • With 8 million inhabitants inside the city proper and another 6 million in the Greater Bangkok area, Bangkok is the second largest city in Southeast Asia behind only Jakarta in Indonesia. More than every fifth inhabitant of Thailand lives in or near the capital city.
  • Most locals don’t use the name “Bangkok” - instead, they call the capital city Krung Thep Maha Nakhon or simply Krung Thep, which means “city of angels.” The Thai language, a member of the Kra-Dai language family, is by far the most common language in Bangkok. There are also small communities of speakers of other Southeast Asian languages, such as Khmer, Lao, Vietnamese, and Malay. English is well-known by many people working in the tourism industry, and some also speak French, German, Japanese, or Russian.
  • It’s a good idea to download the BK Now mobile app. Available in English and updated on a weekly basis, it provides information about Bangkok’s hotels, restaurants, and shopping centers, as well as all the upcoming concerts and cultural events.

Top destinations and activities

  • Wat Pho. Older than Bangkok itself, the Wat Pho temple is one of the most impressive examples of Buddhist architecture in the region. Also known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, it was renovated in the 17th and the 18th century, first by King Rama I and then by his successor King Rama III. The temple has more than one thousand Buddha images and sculptures, the largest of which is 46 meters long.  Wat Pho is the national headquarters for the preservation and teaching of traditional Thai medicine and massage. Therefore one of the best things to do in Bangkok is to have a massage here. 
  • Museum of Siam. Siam was Thailand’s old name, changed only in 1949. Fittingly, this unique museum is focused on the long and diverse history of the country. A “discovery museum”, it allows visitors to learn by doing, so you’ll have a chance to participate in the ancient tribal warfare, cook local food, try on traditional clothes, and even ride a tuk-tuk rickshaw, perhaps the number one symbol of Bangkok in the 21st Century.
  • Grand Palace. P Perhaps the most impressive building in Bangkok, and its most popular tourist attraction. The Grand Palace was home of the Thai Royal family until 1925 when they moved to Dusit Palace. It still plays an important role in Thailand's royal and religious ceremonies. Luckily, you can tour the immense architectural complex from the outside, see its halls from inside, and visit the famous Wat Phra Kaew, also known as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
  • Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World. The largest aquarium of its kind in Southeast Asia, Sea Life/Ocean World is one of the most popular family attractions in the Thai capital. Visitors can see and learn more about hundreds of marine wildlife species such as Giant Pacific octopuses, jackass penguins, and stingray sharks. The aquarium is in the Pathum Wan district near the old town of Bangkok.
  • Chatuchak weekend market. With both permanent stores and makeshift stalls, the Chatuchak weekend market includes around 8,000 vendors and attracts 20,000 visitors per day. It’s the one largest markets in the world and covers a whopping 27 acres of space. Nearly everything you could possibly desire is available somewhere within the shopping sprawl. It’s only open on Saturday and Sunday though, and closes at 5pm, so be sure to plan your visit accordingly.

Traffic and parking

  • Cars in Thailand drive on the left-hand side of the road.
  • Unless specifically indicated otherwise, the speed limit for all cars exceeding the weight of 1,200 kg (2,645 lbs) is 80 km/h (50 mph) on motorways, 80 km/h (50 mph) outside built-up areas, and 60 km/h (37 mph) inside residential and built-up areas.
  • Bangkok is a huge city and traffic can get quite congested, especially during mornings and evenings. Plan your travel times accordingly. Sometimes taking a longer loop to avoid the city center can be preferable in terms of saving time. It’s a good idea to get a mobile traffic app (most locals prefer the Nostra App).
  • The legal alcohol limit is 0.05% for experienced drivers and 0.02% for novice drivers. Exceeding the limit can lead to hefty fines, a license ban, or even deportation.
  • Thailand has some of the best highways in the region. The road network is constantly being improved and expanded. However, some countryside roads can be in less-than-perfect shape, so it’s important to drive carefully on them, especially after dark. For traveling around the country, it’s important to get a good GPS system; however, keep in mind that some areas are still not covered by the GPS or some information might be inaccurate, so it’s important to plan your route in advance. Driving in the jungle or mountains often requires a 4x4 vehicle.
  • Proof of insurance and the car’s documentation needs to be in it whenever you’re driving.
  • When driving, you need to have your passport or ID card with you at all times.
  • The English-speaking tourist police phone number is 1155. The general police number is 191, the ambulance and rescue number is 1154,  and the fire department number is 199.

Toll roads

  • Thailand has a number of toll roads, most of them starting in the Greater Bangkok area (for example, Bangkok-Pattaya or Bangkok-Kanchanaburi). To go from Bangkok to many other destinations in the country, the easiest, and sometimes only, option is to use a toll road.
  • Most of the toll roads can be entered and exited via a toll booth where you have to pay. Most of them only accept cash and it’s better to have an exact change. The toll payment will depend on the size of the car as well as the length of your travel. The prices are quite reasonable although they have increased a couple of times during recent years.
  • As of June 2019, some new toll roads are under construction and there are plans for building more, especially near Bangkok. Be sure to look up the latest information online and ask your rental car provider for more information about toll roads in Thailand.

Ideas for day trips

  • Amphawa Village’s Floating Market. A small village not far from the capital city, Amphawa is famous for its floating market. More than 50km (31 miles) long, it is a place where farmers and craftsmen sell their produce, giving a much more local feel than most places in Bangkok. Open from Friday to Sunday, it’s good to keep in mind that Amphawa Floating Market only opens around 2 pm (unlike many markets in Bangkok that are open from very early in the morning). The views along the Amphawa Canal are stunning, especially at night when the fireflies come out from the canopy and illuminate the air. Amphawa is about 86 km (53 miles) west of Bangkok and can be reached in an hour and a half.
  • The Historic City of Ayutthaya. One of the capitals of Siam, Ayutthaya was one of the most fabled cities of East Asia. Founded in the 14th Century, it attracted merchants and adventurers not only from China and India but also Arab countries and even as far away as France and Portugal. The city was destroyed in 1767, but the ruins of temples and fortresses remain and remind everyone of its past glories. Located 80km (50 miles) north of Bangkok, the Historic City of Ayutthaya can be reached in about one hour. A fun way to tour the ruins of this UNESCO World Heritage Site is by bike.  
  • Kanchanaburi. A historic city in the province of the same name, Kanchanaburi is most famous for the bridge of the river Kwai that inspired the 1950s Hollywood movie of the same name. Once part of the infamous Burma Death Railway, the bridge was built by prisoners of war and slave labor during World War 2. To lift your spirits after learn about the region’s tragic history, visit the mightily impressive Wat Ban Tham, also known as the Temple of the Golden Dragon. You may also want to visit the waterfalls of Erawan National Park. Located about 130km (81 miles) northwest of Bangkok, Kanchanaburi can be reached in less than two hours.
  • Nakhon Pathom. Although a fairly quiet provincial city nowadays, Nakhon Pathom holds at least two records — being Thailand’s oldest city and the location of the world’s largest Buddhist stupa. In addition to the latter landmark, there is also Wat Srisathong (a temple for the Hindu god of darkness), the Human Imagery Museum, and the Wat Lampaya floating market. The drive from Bangkok takes only about 50 minutes.

Most popular cars

The most popular rental car in Bangkok is the Nissan Almera, followed by the Toyota Yaris and the Mitsubishi Range. The most popular rental car types are the compact, economy, and mini classes.

Further destinations

  • Khao Yai National Park. Located in the beautiful Samkamphaeng Mountains, this Thai national park offers a great variety of landscapes, from highlands to tropical jungle to grassy savanna, all of which can be explored by trekking and hiking. The park’s inhabitants include Asian black bears, Indian elephants, and pig-tailed macaques as well as unique species like dholes, muntjacs, and sambar deer. Located in Nakhon Ratchasima province, Khao Yai is only about 100km (62 miles) northeast of Bangkok and can be reached in less than two hours.
  • Pattaya. One of the oldest and most-famous of Thailand’s resort cities, Pattaya has been developing at a rapid pace for decades, though its many long beaches remain as exotic and inviting as ever. As elsewhere in the country, you’re never far away from impressive ancient temples, either. It’s also well known for its excellent street food and bustling nightlife. Just 150km (93 miles) southeast of Bangkok, Pattaya can be reached in about two hours.
  • Hua Hin. Hua Hin offers a coastal retreat at an easy three hour drive south west of Bangkok (124 miles). Since the 1920’s, this coastal city has been the royal family’s preferred summer retreat. It's more affordable and laid back than other Thai beach destinations that are overpopulated with international tourists. The area also has great fishing, excellent folf courses and beautiful rainforests. 
  • Chiang Mai. The former capital of the Kingdom of Lan Na and the largest city in Thailand’s north, Chiang Mai is a very different destination than those on the southern coast. Surrounded on all sides by jungle and impressive mountains, it is a more calm and traditional place. The city is characterized by its walled old town as well as impressive palaces and monasteries that are surrounded by lush gardens. It takes 8 to 10 hours to reach by car, but the long drive is worth it.
  • Krabi. A province in the far south of Thailand on the coast of the Andaman Sea, Krabi is another idyllic beach destination. The region is known for its distinct limestone peaks, tropical islands, protected nature areas, and longtail boats. Rock climbing is a popular activity, here especially on the more secluded Railay Bay. While it’s technically possible to drive from Bangkok to Krabi, it would take about ten hours, and you should ask your rental car provider in advance if they permit it. Many travelers choose to drop off one rental in Bangkok, take a flight, and pick up a new vehicle in Krabi.

Car Rental Prices in Bangkok

  • Large cars - from $18 per day
  • Medium cars - from $16 per day
  • Vans - from $25 per day
  • Premium cars - from $63 per day
  • Small cars - from $13 per day
  • SUVs - from $28 per day

Money-saving tips

Try these simple tips to make sure you get the best possible rental car in Bangkok:

  • Compare the rates of different rental car providers
  • Book your rental car well in advance
  • Plan your route before you go
  • Know your fuel and mileage requirements
  • Visit during the month when the rental prices are the cheapest. According to our data, visiting Bangkok is the cheapest in January when renting a car is about 25% cheaper than the yearly average.
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Map of Car Rental Locations

What is the cheapest month to rent a car in Bangkok?

Car rental prices in Bangkok vary by time of year. This graph shows the average prices per month to help you find the best time of year to rent.
Average rental costs per day in Bangkok
$33.17
January
$33.17
February
$30.43
March
$27.76
April
$28.91
May
$30.30
June
$34.97
July
$38.41
August
$27.42
September
$25.84
October
$31.73
November
$47.27
December
The cheapest month to rent a car in Bangkok is October (when prices average $25.84 per day). This is 20% cheaper than the yearly average and 45% cheaper than renting in December (when prices average $47.27).

This information can help you identify the low season. But these are only average numbers. How much your car rental will cost will depend on the type of vehicle you rent, how long you’ll rent it for, and how far ahead you book. Simply enter your dates in the form at the top of the page to see the exact prices.

What’s the usual rental length in Bangkok?

How long travelers keep their rental cars for varies from month to month: in July, the average renter keeps their car for 10 days, and in March, they keep their car for 7 days.
Average number of rental days in Bangkok
8
January
9
February
7
March
8
April
9
May
9
June
10
July
9
August
9
September
8
October
10
November
10
December

What's the most popular month to rent a car in Bangkok?

Based on the number of searches by our customers, the most popular month for renting a car in Bangkok is December, and the least popular is September.
Monthly searches in Bangkok by pick-up date relative to the average
101%
January
122%
February
105%
March
95%
April
102%
May
83%
June
96%
July
83%
August
73%
September
97%
October
117%
November
124%
December

Car Rental Information

Car rental locations 4
Airport locations 2
Popular suppliers Keddy, Drive Car Rental, yesaway, SIXT, Europcar
Popular car categories Small cars, SUVs, Large cars, Medium cars
Lowest price $13 per day
Cheapest supplier Drive Car Rental

Most Popular Car Models of Rental Suppliers

Rental Supplier Model Doors Luggage Type
Keddy Nissan Almera 5 1 Small cars
Keddy Mitsubishi Mirage 4 1 Small cars
Drive Car Rental Nissan Almera 4 2 Small cars
Keddy Toyota Yaris 4 1 Small cars
yesaway Nissan Almera 4 2 Small cars
Drive Car Rental Toyota Fortuner 4 2 SUVs
Drive Car Rental Nissan Kicks 5 2 Medium cars
Drive Car Rental Toyota Ventury 4 2 Vans
Keddy Honda BR-V 5 3 SUVs
Drive Car Rental Nissan Navara 4 2 Large cars

FAQ

Is it a good idea to rent a car in Bangkok?
As with any other destination, there are pros and cons to renting a car in Bangkok. The city’s traffic is very busy and can at times feel overwhelming; at the same time, a car gives you a lot of freedom, especially when it comes to traveling to day-trip destinations and natural areas outside the city itself.
What is the best place to rent a car in Bangkok?
In terms of choice and prices, the two best places to rent a car in Bangkok are its international airports. The largest of the two, Suvarnabhumi Airport (also known as Bangkok International Airport) is some 30 km (18 miles) southeast of the city center and can be reached in about 35 minutes, while the relatively smaller Don Mueang International Airport is 25 km (15.5 miles) northeast.
Can I rent a car in Bangkok as a foreigner?
You can, but the Thai government requires you to have an International Driving Permit (IDP). Keep in mind that IDP is technically only a translation of your license, so you also need to have the original with you at all times. Foreigners residing in Thailand permanently are required to obtain a local license.
What is the best car rental company in Bangkok?
According to our clients, as of 2023 Thai Rent a Car is the highest-rated car rental business in Bangkok. Other companies with very high ratings include Drive Car Rental, yesaway, Europcar, and SIXT.

Our Customers' Reviews

Because we want to make sure each review listed here is left by a real customer, we don’t have an option to post a review here. Instead, we ask each and every customer to leave a review after they return their rental car. This way, you know that all reviews are authentic, verified, and trustworthy.

Thailand
Toyota Yaris Aut.
March 4, 2024
Car was very easy to drive and they provided me with an excellent new one in fantastic condition
Japan
Nissan Almera
January 29, 2024
Dry season weather good
Australia
Nissan Navara
January 12, 2024
Travelled to some amazing national parks - truly beautiful
Singapore
Nissan Almera
August 12, 2023
Drove down from Bangkok to Hua Hin for an amazing retreat.
Hong Kong
Peugeot 5008 Aut.
August 7, 2023
customer photo customer photo
Netherlands
Toyota Vios
August 4, 2023
Travelled about 4000km to much to mention
New Zealand
Toyota Vios
July 12, 2023
Visiting family and friends
Israel
Toyota Yaris
April 3, 2023
Customer service at the counter is great, there is a great girl there who speaks excellent English and is very cute
United Kingdom
Mitsubishi Mirage
March 27, 2023
Thailand and it's people are fantastic, lots to see, sunshine, cost of living. Plan to to visit every year
United Kingdom
Nissan Almera
March 9, 2023
If you want a quiet place, would recommend Prachuap Kiri Khan. No nightclubs at all, Ao moano beach gorgeous .
Australia
Toyota Fortuner Aut.
February 21, 2023
Very good to meet friends
Ukraine
Toyota Yaris
January 12, 2023
Bangkok is a great vibrant, clean city, with ample amenities, floating market is a must see.
Thailand
Nissan Almera
January 2, 2023
Too much to share.
Hong Kong
Toyota Yaris
November 18, 2022
customer photo
United Kingdom
Nissan Almera
November 17, 2022
Was able to visit sites not viable financially to use cabs.
United Kingdom
Mitsubishi Mirage
November 14, 2022
Used car for essential business
India
Nissan Almera
August 22, 2022
customer photo
Spain
Nissan March
March 20, 2022
If some one traveling a lone same me this company make your feel safety all your trip they have very nice service for you
Hong Kong
Nissan Almera
December 7, 2019
Driving a car in Bangkok city might be a nightmare, however, it is really worth to drive to National Park and spend 2 or 3 days there. Food is good, people are nice. Highly recommend to hike and enjoy the natural scene at Khao Yai
Hong Kong
Nissan Almera
November 2, 2019
Good place to go
Russian Federation
Toyota Yaris 5d
March 11, 2019
Very heavy traffic in the city.
Malaysia
Nissan Almera
February 9, 2019
Prepare the trip and study the place. It will be wonderful journey
Thailand
Toyota Yaris 5d
January 17, 2019
You need to be confident driving in the BKK traffic!
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Car Rental Statistics

Highest rated company
Drive Car Rental
8.8 / 10
)
Lowest rated company
8mile Rent a car
7.5 / 10
)
Total number of reviews
30
Total rental companies
10
Average daily price
$31.07
Lowest daily price
$13.34
Total cars available
240

Top 10 Suppliers in Bangkok in 2024

Drive Car Rental
Drive Car Rental
Very good 8.8 / 148 reviews
4 locations
$13 - $115
yesaway
yesaway
Very good 8.7 / 58 reviews
2 locations
$19 - $64
Thai Rent A Car
Thai Rent A Car
Very good 8.6 / 93 reviews
3 locations
SIXT
SIXT
Very good 8.6 / 26 reviews
2 locations
$20 - $318
Europcar
Europcar
Good 7.7 / 19 reviews
2 locations
$20 - $65
Hertz
Hertz
Good 7.7
2 locations
Asap Car Rental
Asap Car Rental
Good 7.6
3 locations
$18 - $47
Luv Drive Car Rent
Luv Drive Car Rent
Good 7.6
2 locations
$26 - $73
Keddy
Keddy
Good 7.5 / 268 reviews
3 locations
$18 - $55
8mile Rent a car
8mile Rent a car
Good 7.5 / 4 reviews
3 locations
$29 - $129
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