Limos are passe: Thailand’s Aleenta resort offers Harley Davidson transfers

Anybody who has travelled to Thailand will know that the route from Bangkok to Hua Hin is simply beautiful as it offers some of most scenic views. The drive weaves through fishing villages, limestone karsts, national parks, farm land and off the beaten track temples, such as Khao Luang cave temple just outside of Petchaburi, before reaching Pranburi, 30-minutes past Hua Hin town. Award winning Aleenta resort in Hua Hin is offering a unique opportunity to its guests travelling from Bangkok to opt for transfer services on Harley Davidson motorcycles. Although bike rentals at tourist spots are common, but motorcycle transfer service is something we haven’t heard of before.

The whole experience is a part of the resort’s Action Package which has been tailor made for thrill-seeking tourists. During the Harley Davison transfer, riders will stop half way at a secluded beachfront location to enjoy a five-star organic picnic, fresh from the resort’s organic farm, served by the Aleenta team who follow riders en route. In addition to the bike ride, the package also offers ATV jungle ride, Tuk Tuk driving classes and kite surfing on the beach. The pricing of the package starts at 38,900 THB ($1200 approx) which excludes the additional fee of 12,000 THB ($370 approx) for the Harley Davidson transfer. So in case you are bored of the usual limousine transfers provided by five star hotels, this might be an exciting experience.

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[Aleenta Via Luxury-Travel-Magazine]

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