There are different rates for both public service taxi and chartered taxi services according to season and date, even on public holiday.
The fees for taxis can be slightly higher than those foranks. During your time on the island, if you have reason to object to a taxi or taxi services, please write to DVS:
Airport Bangkok Public Taxi Counter - Bangkok Forum
Where can I find Public Taxi Desk to take a taxi to PullmanBangkok King Hotel in Ratchathewi? On the right you will find the FAQ, here is an abbreviation; ....The mean costs are usually 350?. Three hundred bucks to the Royal Orchid Sheraton a flat monthly, so it should be that high.
In general, we consider 350 Baht as an overall mean rate for most Bangkok downtown sites. These include measured fares, 70 baht toll and 50 berth additional charge. This could be up to 400 Bt if there is a delay in travel. The Ratchathewi Road will most likely be a bit lower, e.g. 200 Beaufort per metre, plus 120 in toll and extra charge.
There is no extra charge when you return to the school. There is no need to take the highway too far away at dawn or early at night, so you can avoid 70 byte. About 300BHT + tip, that's what we paid from the airfield to the Pullman the last few time.
Europe's Yandex is leading independent taxi printing with public test start in Russia.
Russia's online perennial Yandex has introduced a new independent driving tailing facility in the young, technology-oriented city of Innopolis. Although several automotive manufacturers across Europe are currently running independent automotive programmes, this is the first occasion that such a continental public access to such a facility has been made available. Yandex, often called Google by Russia, has doubled its on-demand ride-hailing effort and recently teamed up with Ubers Dienst in Eastern Europe to build a new $4 billion unit.
Yandex.taxi also last year heralded its self-propelled auto development plan, and in the following few month it tested the cars on public highways. However, the company's move into publicly accessible independent operation will initially be moderate and will only involve two self-propelled cars. However, the services are provided free of charge and - as with similar schemes around the globe - a security chauffeur is always present in the truck.
Independent taxi operations have already been tried in a number of countries around the globe. NuTonomy, a U.S.-based autonomic auto start-up, started a self-propelled automotive auto repair in Singapore in 2016, while both Uber and Google's affiliate Waymo continue to test similar repair solutions in different countries. Self-propelled taxi tests began in Tokyo this weekend in Asia in order to introduce the full range of taxi rides before the 2020 Olympic Games.
Elsewhere a few month ago, reports appeared that Waymo was preparing to take his independent taxi to Europe. Although the Innopolis populace consists of only a few thousand inhabitants, its state as a high-tech centre makes it a first-class test station for independent taxiing. Approximately 100 persons have registered to take part in the pilotless taxi tests and can select from a range of preset locations, among them universities, stadiums and multi-family houses.
Next stage for the test will be to open the full range of services, with test stage responses to provide information on further enhancements. "Our Yandex self-driving teams plan to later extend the autonomic drive-hauling services to add more goals, extra cars and the distance of the security drivers, in addition top improve the services on the basis of users' feedback," the enterprise said in a blogseit.