Thursday, January 14, 2016


[Video] Kind Cabbie Drives Sick and Disabled People for Free

You despise taxi drivers in Bangkok for being rude or for not honoring the price you both agreed upon. You vowed you won't ride a taxi anymore. EVER!

But perhaps this story might make you to have a change of heart.

Suwannachat Phromchat isn't just your ordinary taxi driver. Apart from driving you safely to your destination, he will also show you that faith in humanity can be restored.

Our good Samaritan has recently found online fame for helping people particularly the sick passengers. His videos carrying the sick from their beds to his taxi were all received with positive responses. 

Suwannachat carrying a passenger to his taxi.
"If you have a doctor's appointment, book me. For the poor who don't have money or cars, or for the rich whose children are not free to take them, I'm happy to give you a free round-trip ride in Bangkok and nearby provinces," says the caption of the kind cabbie's every video.

"Every good deed that I've done, may those who have witnessed it encounter only happiness. May you be safe when you travel. May your businesses be succesful. May you meet only good people," he wrote.

Such a good guy, isn't he?

Suwannachat said he gives free rides in his taxi to disabled people, novices, nuns and monks, Coconuts Bangkok reported.

Last year, this amazing cabbie was awarded for his good deeds from television show Kon Kon Kon.

Check Suwannachat video picking up a man from his home to his kidney dialysis appointment.

087 331 5421รู้วันหมอนัดจองคิวได้เลยครับ ในกรุงเทพและปริมณฑลจังหวัดใกล้เคียงรับส่งฟรีหมดครับ ช่วยเหลือตลอดชีวิตของท่านครับ อย่าได้เกรงใจครับท่านโทรมาผมได้บุญครับ คนจนขาดเงินขาดรถขาดคนอุ้มคนรวยมีรถขาดคนขับขาดคนอุ้มลูกหลานไม่ว่างลางานไม่ได้ลูกหลานอุ้มไม่ไหวยินดีให้บริการฟรีครับทุกๆบุญที่ข้าพเจ้าได้กระทำก็ขอให้ผู้ร่วมอนุโมทนาสาธุมีแต่ความสุขความเจริญไปไหนมาไหนก็ขอให้แคล้วคลาดปลอดภัยทำธุรกิจใดใดก็ขอให้ประสบผลสำเร็จครับ
Posted by Suwannachat Phromchat on Monday, January 11, 2016


Write comments
January 15, 2016 at 4:44 PM delete

This does restore my faith on humanity. The cabbie is really admirable for doing his good deeds without expecting anything in return.

Elizabeth O.
January 15, 2016 at 5:05 PM delete

That's amazing. I hope people would be a lot like him. All it takes is a little act of kindness.

Bhushavali N
January 15, 2016 at 6:23 PM delete

OMG! May God bless him and may he live a long, happy and healthy life. My prayers!!!

January 17, 2016 at 11:08 PM delete

Such kind heart, may God continue to bless him and that he become an inspiration to other taxi drivers

January 19, 2016 at 1:58 PM delete

The guy is just amazing. His free ride could really save lives! Especially in those emergencies when you really can't find any other way of transportation.


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I'm a full time travel and tourism lecturer at a university in the north. I love to blog during my spare time. I blog about news particularly in Thailand, personal travel stories, and anything under the sun. I also write some stuff at The Pinoy Legacy. When not blogging, I make myself busy preparing for the zombie apocalypse.