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sleep February 28, 2018 01:00

By The Nation

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The award-winning 137 Pillars House Chiang Mai welcomes summer by offering a 30-per-cent discount to guests who book a minimum of three-nights between March 1 and September 29 excluding the Songkran holiday from April 12 to 16.

The promotion includes breakfast and vacationers making a booking directly at will receive extra privileges of complimentary one way airport transfer by private limousine, 15-per-cent discount on spa treatment, complimentary room upgrade and late check-out until 4pm.

Saving cash with Central

Central Hotels and Resorts offers guests up to 35-per-cent off when booking a room through from now until March 31. 

Under the Fab Feb Last Minute Deals campaign, travellers can enjoy their holidays at Centara’s 38 five-star properties in Bangkok, Hua Hin, Pattaya, Trat, Koh Chang, Rayong, Phuket, Khao Lak, Hat Yai Krabi, Samui, Chiang Mai, Mae Sot, Udon Thani, Maldives, Vietnam, Oman and Sri Lanka.

Book online to save

Bangkok Midtown Hotel on Rama VI Road introduces a special Hot Deal promotion for travellers booking accommodation through the hotel’s website,

The room rates start at Bt1,800 for a Standard Room and guests can enjoy daily breakfast, free Wi-Fi, early check-in or late check-out. Early birds booking a room seven days in advance will be rewarded with a 15-per-cent discount.


Tulips in Amsterdam

The five-star Conservatorium hotel in Amsterdam is gearing up for the annual Tulip Festival with the Tulips in Bloom package that will be available from March 29 to April 28. 

The room rates start at 1,695 Euros (Bt65,800) for a minimum of two-night stay and bookings must be made at least14 days in advance. The package include breakfast, a helicopter flight with a private pilot for a trip over the vast multi-coloured tulip fields, flower parks and Dutch coast. 

Guests will also get entrance tickets to celebrated flower garden Keukenhof, which will be open from March 22 to May 13. Again, bookings must be made at least 14 days in advance.

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Jeju lights the fire

The annual Jeju Fire Festival held on South Korea’s Jeju Island sees locals praying for a good harvest and good health but there’s plenty for the visitor to enjoy too.

Running from tomorrow to Sunday, the event features torch marching, fun folk games, cultural dancing and music performances, kite flying, the Oreum Laser & Graffiti show, a fantasy firework show, stone lifting contests and a traditional Korean dice competition.

Fresh agricultural products, local delicacies and handicrafts are available at the local shopping street. 

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