- From Thai ตุ๊กๆ (dtóok-dtóok) (onomatopoeia) from the sound of its two-stroke engine. (Wiktionary)
“The good news is that in Antigua and Lake Atitlán visitors can hail a tuk-tuk, which is one of the safer and more inexpensive ways to get around.”
“The good news is that in Antigua and Lake AtitlÃ¡n visitors can hail a tuk-tuk, which is one of the safer and more inexpensive ways to get around.”
“Reuters Tourists sit on a tricycle taxi called a 'tuk-tuk' as they travel along a flooded street at Phranakhon district in Bangkok on Monday October 24, 2011.”
“Most are simple -- a tuk-tuk driver that will take you to the sights for cheap... after a quick stop at his friend's silk shop.”
“A tuk-tuk driver delivers us to the wrong nightclub, the bright neon lights lighting up the wrong dark alley.”
“Others can be a bit more aggressive -- a tuk-tuk driver that will take you to the sights for cheap... after a quick stop in a dark alley, a knife waiting for a quick payoff.”
“While it wasn't quite a dangerous situation, the moment ends with the tuk-tuk driving away, our group lost and in need of transportation.”
“He helps us grab a tuk-tuk and we soon arrive at a shanty-esque seafood place down a gritty alley.”
“Reuters A man transports goods on a traditional tuk-tuk taxi in Bangkok Wednesday.”
“This is a only fighting movie that Ive seen since that even comes close to a single of a improved Bruce Lee movies. we will even contend, with a little reservation, that it surpasses a Bruce Lee classics: there is humour, thespian as well as sophisticated tuk-tuk follow scenes, foot-chase scenes, splendidly convincing archeological sights, as well as obviously, positively SAVAGE mixed quarrel scenes where great defeats immorality with gratifying Dirty Harry righteousness.”
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