You will start your holiday with a three-night stay at Hua Chang Heritage hotel, Bangkok, in a Premier Deluxe room. Here you will receive daily English...... more
You will start your holiday with a three-night stay at Hua Chang Heritage hotel, Bangkok, in a Premier Deluxe room. Here you will receive daily English newspaper and 10% discount on food in the restaurant, laundry and dry cleaning. Then you will stay for three nights in a Deluxe room, at RatiLanna Riverside Spa Resort, Chiang Mai. Here you will receive a complimentary one-hour Thai massage per person, per stay. Finally, you will spend eight nights at Dara Samui Beach Resort, Koh Samui, in a Superior room. Here you will receive one Thai set dinner and round trip airport transfers. Breakfast is included throughout your stay.Also included in this offer are Bangkok City Orientation tour, Chiang Mai City and Temples tour and Koh Samui day cruise.This offer is available for departures between September and November 2014 and is based on two adults only.Flights are included from London Heathrow airport to Bangkok, Thailand. A 20kg hold luggage and 7kg hand luggage allowance per person is included, as well as private transfers in Bangkok and Chiang Mai, shared transfers in Koh Samui and internal flights. The discount:We advertise this offer at up to 23% off. We calculate this discount percentage based on the rates we offer compared to the supplier's online rate. An example of our top discount is:On 18/09/2014, (leaving from London Heathrow), two people may book this 14-night holiday (inclusions as noted above) and will pay £1,699 per person, per stay, compared to the supplier's online rate of £2,199 per person, per stay. Based on this calculation, by booking with Secret Escapes, you will save 23%.The discounts, price and availability stated above were checked on 11/07/2014.The offer is 100% non-refundable and date changes are not possible once the booking has been made.Secret Escapes is acting as an agent for THG Holidays with ATOL number 9528 and your contract is with that company. You'll find contact details for THG Holidays i
HardCover. Pub Date: October 2006 Pages: 228 in Publisher: Thames & Hudson Living in Thailand returns in a new edition. with more stunning. full-color...... more
HardCover. Pub Date: October 2006 Pages: 228 in Publisher: Thames & Hudson Living in Thailand returns in a new edition. with more stunning. full-color photography shows in a fresh and in my field adequately layout. Besides text updates of existing projects. and new properties are also showcased. The book covers recent developments from all over Thailand: in Koh Samui. Bangkok and Chiang Mai. The enchanting depictions also include renewed historical landmarks such as the Jim Thompson House and the ever-evolving Chao Phraya river. A new chapter focuses on the many exquisite new Thai-style hotels and resorts
Advantages: variety of everything, lots to do, cheap, locals very friendly, beautiful place Disadvantages: nothing major - humidity a little annoying/ thai toilets if you're at thai boxing are pretty nasty
...Earlier this year I decided that I wanted to spend some time abroad in the summer to do some voluntary work and after looking around at different countries and places I settled upon Chiang Mai. I spent the whole of the month of June living and volunteering in Chiang Mai so think I have a reasonable amount to say about this lovely city. I have written about the various aspects that I feel are...
Advantages: Lovely rooms, great location, nice breakfast Disadvantages: Not believing we had booked a suite, expensive spa
...My husband and I visited this hotel on our honeymoon, earlier this year. We spent 3 nights in Bangkok, and then flew direct with Bangkok Airways to Chiang Mai. We were met at the airport and transported to the Chedi, arriving late afternoon.
We arrived at the hotel to a lovely warm welcome; we received arrival drinks and a cold towel and were sat on comfy sofas in reception to check in. We...
...Chiang Mai is one of the biggest cities in the North of Thailand and I?m lucky enough to have recently returned from there. I visited Thailand for a fortnight as a break from a trip to Singapore visiting relatives, and although I?ve been to Thailand before, this was my first trip to the North and to Chiang Mai.
I had spent 2 days in Pattaya before we set off on the journey up to Chiang Mai...