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Peninsula Bangkok introduces Tuk Tuk to luxury fleet

The Peninsula Bangkok has added a distinctively Thai touch to its hotel transportation fleet, in the shape of its very own exclusive Tuk Tuk.

This enjoyable three-wheeled vehicle is a mode of transportation synonymous with the exotic destination of Thailand.

The hotel’s brand new, customised Tuk Tuk – complete with complimentary Wi-Fi and cold towels on board for guests – is finished in the signature Peninsula Green.

It joins The Peninsula Bangkok’s existing fleet of ten BMW 730Ld luxury cars and two Rolls-Royce Silver Spurs, which are used as hotel limousines, and a helicopter.

You are also offered the convenience of The Peninsula Bangkok’s own fleet of four riverboats, which operate between the hotel and nearby piers, including one situated next to the city’s Skytrain network for easy travel around Bangkok.

 

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