Folks looking for a “complete vacation experience” will soon be able to find it in Maldives, where Singha Estate in collaboration with Hard Rock has been developing its mega project on three islands that is expected to complete in July 2018. Phase 1 of the property will feature a yacht marina, shopping promenade, more than 20 food and beverage destinations, a world-class beach club, a centre devoted to both local culture and marine life, meeting and wedding facilities and more than seven different hotel brands to choose from.
Find out more details at www.SinghaEstate.co.th.
Recharge your batteries over the Thai New Year with a pampering package at Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel. Guests can enjoy daily breakfast buffet for two, welcome Thai jasmine neck garland, a Songkran survival kit of water gun, scented water, powder and plastic waterproof covers for valuable belongings (guests staying between April 13 to 17), Mariage Freres afternoon tea set The Lobby for two and a 60-minute couple’s massage. A deluxe room starts at Bt6,950. For reservations, call (02) 126 8866 or email email@example.com.
Full luxury, low price
The recently opened iBis Bangkok Impact provides affordable comfort and convenience for local visitors, foreign tourists and exhibitors in Muang Thong Thani.
This new property offers 54 interconnecting rooms and 475 twin rooms, equipped with a 32-inch flat-screen LED TVs, an in-room safe and tea & coffee facilities.
The hotel also features the 500-seat Taste restaurant and a 24-hour ibis cafe & bar offering favourite drink and snacks, while the ibis Web Corner offers guest WiFi access and the opportunity to catch up on work while listening to their favourite songs on the digital jukebox. To celebrate its opening, customers can take advantage of special room rate of Bt799 until the end of April.
Find out more by calling (02) 011 7777 or visit www.Ibis.com.
Thai in love
Thai Airways has a sweet deal for sweethearts this month. Book two tickets under its Thai2gether promotion before April 20 and you can fly at discount prices to Hong Kong, Dubai, Sydney and London as well as more than 50 other destinations. Prices range from Bt7,195 to Bt29,765 for travel before September 30.
Book now at www.ThaiAirways.com.
Sydney is all lit up
The world famous Vivid Sydney festival returns to the coastline from May 26 to June 17 with an expanded light walk through the royal Botanic Garden and imaginary creatures adding colour to the Sails of the Sydney Opera House.
This year, the festival of light, music and ideas will convert the cityscape into a creative canvas, set up stages for a wide range of music performances and offer a global forum for creative discussions in the Vivid Ideas corner.
Popular dining venue Barangaroo will transform itself into a vibrant kaleidoscope to screen a trail of installations winding through intimate lanes, past waterfront vistas and into a foodie paradise.
A light walk brings a glow to the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney where veteran artists Renzo B Larriviere and Simone Chua have made a pair of illuminated Birds of Lumos designed to resemble the rare Rowi species of the New Zealand kiwi.