U Khao Yai is pampering holidaymakers with a Weekday Special promotion for stays from Sunday to Thursday. Under the package, guests pay just Bt2,699 for a Superior Room and Bt3,399 for a Deluxe Room. The promotion is valid through October 31 and includes breakfast for two. Make a reservation at (044) 079 999 or visit www.UKhaoYai.com.
Flying high to KK
Book a ticket from Bangkok to Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia today on Thai Smile and you’ll pay just Bt2,990. Tickets are valid for travel from tomorrow through April 28. Check it out at www.ThaiSmileAir.com.
Blissed out by the beach
Enjoy a beach getaway in Thailand, Maldives, China, Hong Kong, Laos, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh at an ONYX Hospitality property and take advantage of the generous two-night stay for the price of one promotion now on offer. Make the booking from Friday to Sunday at www.Onyx-Hospitality.com for stays anytime between April 22 and November 30. Sign up as an ONYX Rewards member to receive early access and points for future stays.
Dawn in the Big Apple
The Empire State Building is giving special price tickets from Friday to Monday, allowing visitors the chance to watch the sun rise over New York City from the building’s world-famous 86th floor Observatory. Guests can access the Observatory approximately 30 minutes before sunrise and enjoy the 360-degree, unobstructed views before it opens to the general public at 8am. Tickets are $100 and available exclusively at www.esbnyc.com/sunrise.
Going nuts for colour
The Pha-ngan Colour Moon Festival returns to the HMS Pha-ngan Memorial Museum near Thong Sala Pier from Sunday to April 27 taking as its theme this year “The Coconut is Life”. The five-day event features a Coco Colur Moon Music Festival by popular luk thung (Thai country) singers, a coconut inspired fashion show, an international fishing competition, sports events, a bird singing competition and a Mr and Mrs International Coconut pageant. Foodies can enjoy a wide range of local dishes cooked with coconut. Find out more at (02) 250 5500 extension 4545-48 or visit www.TatNews.org.