“The Great Singapore Airlines Getaway” by Singapore Airlines, Silk Air and Scoot features great prices and added value for bookings up to September 24.
Flights depart for destinations in Southeast Asia, North Asia and West Asia from October 1 to March 31 and to Southwest Pacific, Europe and America from February 18 to June 30.
All-inclusive return fares start at Bt5,450 (Economy Class) and Bt17,650(Business) to Singapore, the US, Australia, Europe, India, Indonesia, Japan and New Zealand. Find out more at http://goo.gl/1QimLm or www.SingaporeAir.com.
Sri Lanka goes ‘Big Blue’
Sign up for a “Big Blue” holiday at Cantaloupe Levels in Galle, Sri Lanka, anytime from October 1 to December 23 at prices starting from US$1,100-net (Bt36,400, three nights) and $1,800 (seven nights). That covers a Deluxe Silhouette room, daily breakfast, Wi-Fi, airport transfers, a whale-watching trip, a visit to the Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery and lots of great dining. Find out more at www.Vimeo.com/CantaloupeHotels.
Dhara Dhevi allures
The luxurious Dhara Dhevi Chiang Mai has discounted its rate for staying in a Spa Suite all through October. You can count on a complimentary upgrade, daily buffet breakfast for two, a holistic assessment with EFI scan, an Abhyanga treatment for two and Bt2,000 worth of spa credit. Book a stay at (053) 888 888 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You might fly for free
AirAsia’s “Big Sale” puts five million seats on sale starting at Bt0, but hurry. You have to book by 11pm on Sunday (September 17). The deals are for domestic flights and hops to Tokyo, Osaka, Shanghai and Seoul from March 1 to November 21. Set it up at https://goo.gl/oudiQk.
A wonder of the Mekong
Nakhon Phanom’s annual Illuminated Boat Procession marking the end of Buddhist Lent takes place this year from September 28 to October 6. You can admire the nightly Lai Reua Fai procession along the Mekong River, another along the streets, the Lan Phanom Naga food fair, the Tak Bat Devo Festival and cultural performances paying respect to Phra That Phanom. Learn more from the Tourism Authority’s local office at (043) 227 714-5 and www.TATNews.org.