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I don't think there are any automated options for this, although Google Maps is slowly rolling out combined transit & ride share routing in various places and it's already landed in Singapore. My usual approach is to identify the closest Skytrain/MRT station (preferably on the same road as the destination), go there via train, and then switch to Grab for ...


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From the same article, under 'Traffic': If you’re traveling after midnight, traffic is usually much lighter implying that using the tollways won't gain you anything at that time.


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From https://itsbetterinthailand.com/how-to-use-local-taxis-in-bangkok-without-getting-ripped-off-or-lost/ (mirror 1, mirror 2): Tipping is not necessary but it’s common to round up to the nearest 5 or 10 baht. The same page also gives some interesting advice regarding the case where the taxi driver claims not to have any change (which in my experience ...


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