4) If you want to take a tuk-tuk, try to take one that is stationary (the fellow that looks like he couldn’t be bothered to look for customers) rather than one moving about, even though he will quote a higher price. Accept the higher price you’ll pay, bargain if you like but don’t push it – this is not Morrocco, where you only accept the fifth offer. Here, you accept the second, or you risk upsetting the locals. Accepting the higher price is ‘insurance’, trust me. If you happen to lose your wallet or phone in the tuk-tuk, they will go out of their way to return it to you. If in doubt, stick to tuk-tuks with metres!