great selection!i think when you travel in asia you do not go home without ever riding a tuk tuk :) so much fun. and they always look a bit different from country to country. have ridden one in thailand, vietnam, cambodia and laos! viele grüsse, kristina
Yes, being an Indian I have used all of them and some more. There are rickshaws in Kolkata city in east India which are still pulled by running man.Also, in Malacca (Malaysia) there are very diff kind of rickshaws. see these links on my site.http://www.lemonicks.com/Travel/2009/10/24/only-2-ringgit-madam/http://www.lemonicks.com/Travel/2009/12/05/%e0%a4%ac%e0%a4%b9%e0%a5%81%e0%a4%a4-%e0%a4%b8%e0%a4%be%e0%a4%b0%e0%a5%87-%e0%a4%a4%e0%a5%8d%e0%a4%b0%e0%a4%bf%e0%a4%b7%e0%a4%be/
Throughour my childhood, Ive travelled in rickshaws. And after years, i took one of them in old delhi
We have a cycle rickshaw here in Oak Park but it's just not the same as the colorful ones used for real transport in Asia.
Kristina, Looks like you put in a lot of miles/kilometers in rickshaws.Nisha, will take a look.Lakshmi, I hope you enjoyed the ride.Fly Girl, They started tourist rickshaws in NY and the cab drivers were not happy.
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