- 10 January 2019
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Need inspiration for where to travel in 2019? Here are our top 7 picks what’s trending in luxury travel. We have compiled our recommendations of where to go, where to stay and the best time of year to visit. Get your travel group together - its time to start planning ahead to secure the best offers available.
- 24 April 2015
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Koh Samui is unique among the Thai islands appealing to a broad range of tropical bliss-seeking travelers, bestowing a distinctive relaxed atmosphere setting it apart from the rest. Here are 6 reasons to experience Koh Samui: 1. Ang Thong National Marine Park Koh Samui is the home of Angthong Marine Park. It covers 42 islands in a total area of 102 km² of which only 18 km² are land. The park was established on 12th November 1980 and is a refuge for thousands of plant and animal species and a fabulous place to watch nature at work! 2. Full Moon Parties They started in 1985 with 30 or so travelling friends and have become one of the world’s most renowned full-moon celebrations. Located in Hat Rin, it’s only a short 20 min boat ride from Samui to get in on the action. 3. Jungle Safari Experience the Samui Jungle by...
- 24 March 2015
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Cleansing, rejuvenation, street parties, family reunions, friendly water fights, fun and more fun… Songkran in Thailand means this and a lot more. It is also marked with a beautiful tradition where youngsters pour water with exotic perfume in the palms of elders and Buddha images to seek their blessings. Come April and every corner of Thailand will be drenched in the spirit of the colorful festival. Drenched literally, as everybody is out there on the streets throwing water on others. That’s not just for fun but also traditionally it is believed that this is done to wash all the misfortunes and struggles of the previous year, cleanse the bad karma and start afresh in the New Year. By the way, Songkran by definition is the celebration of Thai’s New Year. Well, besides water fights, watch out for some interesting stuff. You see out there transsexual lady boys dressed up as pretty...
- 10 March 2015
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Koh Samui is the one of the balmy destinations to shed off the winter blues. If you are not into skiing, igloos, and polar bears then leave your thick jackets behind and keep space in your bags for some sarongs, tropical swimsuits and some designer labels of the East. Not only white, sandy beaches, turquoise waters and sea adventures but rich culture, fresh herb flavored dishes, a variety of leisure activities, world-renowned spas and luxe villas awaits you Koh Samui. Although Koh Samui boasts of a balmy weather all year around, December to February are some of the busiest and most pleasant times at Koh Samui for tourists. If you are from Europe, do not be surprised to see some of your old friends escaping the winter months in Koh Samui! It also marks the dry season in Koh Samui and weather is just perfect for suntans with fresh coconut cocktails and...
- 03 October 2014
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Overseas wedding are not for “celebrities only” any more. The easy availability of grandeur resorts, professional wedding organizers, international cuisines and standardized practices of hospitality allows couples to aggrandize that special day of life with exoticism, grandeur and full of memories. Thailand is one such wedding destination where not just the vistas of powder white sand and turquoise waters but also its culture, hospitality and cuisines has been the reason for many overseas hitching. Exotic private locations, exclusive resorts, luxurious spas and low currency rates in Thailand transforms weddings from good to great and a great to royal. From lush garden to private beach wedding, from entertainment by traditional Thai dancers to being escorted by baby elephants, there are plenty of options in Thailand to give your wedding an exclusive and luxurious feel. If you are planning your wedding this Christmas or in New Year holidays then in the following...