THE MOST DANGEROUS ROAD IN THAILAND? V516


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62 comments

  1. Years of experience driving motorbikes and cars all over Thailand but the is nuts. Obviously no Farangs on a motorbike venturing up that road atm as definitely would have been some serious injuries/falalities already.

  2. Should try driving around Doi suthep Pui mountains in heavy rain at night in total darkness in About a foot of thick mud you dont drive you slide down that mountain, brakes are virtually useless nearly slid off the edge of that damned road on more than one occasion. scary as hell. So glad to get back to Chaing Mai. Then again not a scary as being searched on the side of the road by 4 armed Thai police, on my own with about a quarter of an ounce of weed half way between Chaing Rai and the Burmese border and still they never found it. Happened very near where that childrens Thai soccer team got trapped in the cave system.They were more interested in people smuggling and car rebirthing out of China.

  3. Good Advice Rob! That last road doesn’t even look safe for walking. There should be shields, barriers and red cones every 2 meters along there plus night lighting & blinking becons everywhere. If there were safety laws. lol

  4. I had same in Bangkok for years on phahonyothin while they did mrt extension and general road works. Massive holes in road that would suck up a car that were covered by steel plate were slippy and just the thought of them leaving not secured, worst is riding in a flooded street and not realising where the massive pot holes are until you’ve hit them! Happy travels πŸ˜‰πŸ₯΄πŸ™πŸ™„

  5. Great video, thanks for the reminder of how bad some Thai roads can be. Although I’m not the type to rent a motorbike, you’ll always see me in a large SUV like the Isuzu MuX…. at least it has AWD and air conditioning

  6. Without I looking up statistics on accidents or deaths from accidents what are the numbers like and does Thailand have accurate records of them. How many locals to tourists have been hurt or killed due to accidents? These questions and more maybe can be answered in a video by our very own Thailand Rob. It’s not about being grim but realistic in the numbers that you can find out about.

  7. Bad roadworks or not, if you are going to go out drinking, don’t try to ride back to your hotel by motorbike. You wouldn’t do it at home, just as you’d never ride without a crash helmet, yet some people come to Thailand and think that just because they see the locals taking stupid risks, it’s fine for them to do the same.

  8. I read somewhere that Thailand has the second highest motor vehicle fatality rate per population in the world and that ko Phuket has the highest rate in Thailand….

  9. Quote “If you start drinking, and see one of these roads, please find somebody else to take you”
    Don’t drink and drive, EVER. It does not matter if you are living in the US, Thailand or anywhere else.
    Be responsible and don’t do it. In the end it is not only for your own safety, but your surroundings..

  10. So true. Going down the hairpin infected road on Koh Chang, going slow, haven’t been drinking and minding my own business and….
    Cool thing about it is that my friend had my Gopro harnessed to her back and caught it all on video. I call it my $66 dollar video because that is how much it cost me to get the bike fixed (no bad).

  11. This is how people you know died, so naturally your going to do it also!!!! What? Love ya man, but seriously flawed thinking here. in rain, no less.

  12. Oh!! You have very carefull when you driving your motor cycle steel sticking up deep holes best thing don’t drive in night time or drunk stay safe take care William from in the philipines πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­

  13. I have heard that it was Vichitsongkram Rd that is one of the most dangerous roads in Thailand from Phuket to Patong Beach
    weather is minimum 1 Exton every week

    but I enjoy your video every time

  14. Yep that’s awful. Worst road I’ve been on was the one that went across the middle of Koh Lanta in February this year. The whole thing was practically roadworks. Very sketchy….. we avoided for the rest of our stay. Just used the coastal roads instead.

  15. The roads in koh chang are insanely dangerous. Even professional thai drivers take them slowly, you get crazy drivers overtaking other thai’s on them as well.

  16. Hello Rob thanks for the video it gave me a cold chill down my back because in 1986 my Mom moved into her new house and as I was working outside the house next door was built and there was a ditch between the two homes I fell in to it and I never saw the re bar until it went in to my right side of my body about 4 inches so I know what you meant about that road Take Care wishing everyone well

  17. And I always thought the roads on Ko Pgnan where terrible with it steep twist and turn. This road in Kamala can even kill you if you drive slow.

  18. HEY ROB, I WAS ONCE TOLD BY A VERY WISE MAN THAT THERE ARE TWO TYPES OF MOTORCYCLE RIDERS. ONE IS THE KIND THAT HAVE GONE DOWN AND THE OTHER ARE THE ONES GOING DOWN. THIS VERY WISE MAN WAS TALKING TO ME FROM HIS WHEELCHAIR. HIS LAST MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT PUT HIM IN THE HOSPITAL AND HE NEVER WALKED AGAIN. I HAVE GONE DOWN AND DON’T RIDE ANYMORE.

    ABOUT THE 7-11, THE RECORD FOR GOING UP IS 4 DAYS FROM START TO FINISH. IT ALSO HOLDS THE RECORD FOR BEING THE QUICKEST TO CLOSE, FOUR WEEKS. IT SEEMS THAT THE PEOPLE DOING THE WORK ON PLANNING DIDN’T GET IT RIGHT. THERE WAS NO BUSINESS IN THE AREA. LOL

  19. Nothing happens to me. I’m still the slowest driver in Thailand. Ok, crossing sukhumvit in Bangkok is scary, but I can always ask for help πŸ™

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