How to Hail A Taxi Around the World

By: Melissa Locker | Pulished on 2023-12-15

Siem Reap, Cambodia

How to Hail A Taxi Around the World-Trip Advise
If you’re looking to enjoy the unrivaled beauty of Cambodia’s temple city of Siem Reap, the best way to get there is to hire a taxi at the airport or through your hotel for around $20 - $25 a day. Be prepared: many taxis will add a surcharge of $10 per day for travel to the farthest temple, Banteay Srei.

Tokyo, Japan

How to Hail A Taxi Around the World-Trip Advise
It’s easy to spot Tokyo’s taxis as they make their way through the city streets. The ubiquitous green cabs are everywhere and hailing one is fairly simple. Green lights mean the car is taken, so look for a cab with a red light in the front of the car and the kanji for ku-sha or ‘empty car’, according to Time Out. Then, simply wave your hand to hail the driver and he or she will pull up alongside you and the door will open automatically. In case your driver doesn’t speak English, be sure to have your address written down in Japanese and a phone number, if possible.

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