Junior travels for free

sleep March 28, 2018 01:00

By The Nation

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Thai Airways marks the arrival of the high season with the Family Getaway Royal Orchid Holidays package for two adults travelling with one child from international destinations to Bangkok between April 1 to October 31.



This special package includes one free ticket for one child not over 15 years, free accommodation with breakfast and complimentary round-trip shuttle bus service from the airport to 100 participating hotels in Bangkok, Phuket, Chiang Mai, Krabi, Pattaya, Hua Hin and Samui.

And for domestic passengers, Thai Airways has also joined with Thai Smile and Nok Air to provide three flights per week from Don Mueang to Mae Hong Son during Songkran Festival.

Find out more at (02) 288 7335 or visit RoyalOrchidHolidays.com/th

In love with Lanna

Travellers planning to celebrate the Songkran Festival in the old Lanna capital should check out the special package being offered by Anantara Chiang Mai Resort and Serviced Suites that will be available from April 12 to 15. 

Starting at Bt7,600, guests booking a minimum of two nights will be rewarded with an international breakfast buffet, a one-time, four-hour tuk-tuk tour of the city during the Water Festival, water guns and water buckets, one traditional t-shirt per guest and one bottle of craft beer per guest. 

Make a reservation at (053) 253 333 or email chiangmai@anatara.com. 

Getting away from the wet

Perfect for those seeking a place to escape the water war during Songkran Festival, the Phi Phi Island Village Resort offers a special package to Thai residents and expatriates from April 12 to 30. 

The room rates start at Bt21,200 for a two-night stay in a Superior Bungalow and the special benefits include sea transfers between Phuket and the resort, daily breakfast for two people, one set dinner for two and a 60-minute Thai massage for two.

Make your booking at (075) 628 900 or email reservations@phiphiislandvillage.com.

Bargain for sports fans

With the Hong Kong Sevens competition returning to Hong Kong Stadium between April 6 and 8, the Excelsior Hotel is offering a Rugby 7s Stay package that includes dining privileges.

Starting from HKD 2,600 (Bt10,400), you can enjoy an overnight stay in a Superior Room, daily breakfast buffet, a limited edition Dickens Bar rugby shirt per guest, buy-one-get-one free on beers in Dickens Bar, 20-per-cent discount on food and beverage and complimentary in-room Internet access.

Check out the best rates at ww.MandarinOriental.com/hong-kong/the-excelsior/luxury-hotel.

Flower power

Netherland’s Keukenhof garden celebrates the spring with exhibition of beautiful blooms until May 13. 

Under the theme “Romance in Flowers”, this 69th edition showcases more than 500 varieties of tulips and daffodils. The Beatrix Pavilion is home to orchid and anthurium exhibitions, while 50,000 flower-like bulbs in two layers have been used to create a floral mosaic.

Find out more at www.Keukenhof.nl.