For those with some experience of riding motorbikes, the cheapest and most convenient way to get around the local area is by scooter.  We have 30 ‘twist & go’, easy-ride Yamaha scooters available for hire for a day, a week, a month or however long you desire.

Just have a chat with a member of staff and they’ll take your details along with a copy of your passport and payment for the hire period.

  • Fully licensed Yamaha Mio & Nouvo scooters
  • Fully automatic
  • 125cc,  135cc, or 300cc
  • Lockable under-seat storage
  • Free helmet rental
  • Highly competitive prices that you are unlikely to beat anywhere on the island

You should bring an International Driving Licence with you on your holiday.  Your home country licence is also acceptable in Thailand, but if you want to ride a motorcycle, you must have the relevant motorcycle categories on your licence.  IDL’s can usually be obtained for a small charge from your local motoring organisations (such as the AAA in USA & Australia, AA & RAC in the UK etc.)

The law requires a crash helmet to be worn, despite the number of Thais you may see riding around without one, and we provide a selection, free of charge, when you hire a scooter.  The Police do enforce this law and often set up random roadside checks.  As a foreigner you stand a much greater chance of being stopped and fined so be sure to wear a helmet.

DO NOT drink and drive! Over the past year the Police have been focusing on breathalysing riders and the penalties may include a night or more in the cells and a 20,0000+ Baht fine.