Cape & Kantary Hotels offering special deals

Cape & Kantary Hotels invites visitors to the 62nd Thai Teaw Thai Fair, taking place at the Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC Bangna) from now until July 3.

Cape & Kantary Hotels offering special deals

Cape & Kantary Hotels offering special deals

published : 30 Jun 2022 at 04:00
newspaper section: Life
Cape & Kantary Hotels. Cape & Kantary Hotels

Cape & Kantary Hotels invites visitors to the 62nd Thai Teaw Thai Fair, taking place at the Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC Bangna) from now until July 3.

At the event, special promotions will be offered on the hotel's properties including Cape Fahn Hotel, Private Islands, Koh Samui; Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket; Cape Kudu Hotel, Koh Yao Noi; Cape Nidhra Hotel, Hua Hin; Kantary Beach Hotel, Kao Lak; Kantary Hills Hotel, Chiang Mai; Kantary Hotel, Korat; Somewhere Hotel, Koh Sichang; and many more destinations.

Call 1627 or visit

New wellness classes at Museflower Retreat & Spa

Museflower Retreat & Spa Chiang Rai has launched new wellness classes. Taught by Museflower's founder and director Tania Ho -- who is a wellness practitioner trained in numerous healing modalities -- these classes are designed to help calm the thoughts, let go of stress, relieve negative energy, open up people's connection to the universe and give peace of mind.

Also, special promotions from Museflower are now on offer for stays through September where guests will get Super Savings Retreat & Room Deals (20% off all retreat and regular room rates), starting from 13,920 baht for single occupancy, 4 Days/3 Nights spa and yoga retreat packages, and from 1,792 baht for regular room rate per person per night.

The all-inclusive room rate includes three vegetarian meals daily picked fresh from the onsite organic farm, one daily group fitness class such as stretching, yoga or tai chi, and access to the spa wet facilities and Himalayan crystal salt swimming pool.


Discounts available on Bangkok-Maldives route

Bangkok Airways has launched a promotional fare on the soon-to-be-resumed Bangkok-Maldives route, with the round-trip fare starting from 16,350 baht inclusive of taxes. Reservations can be made from now until Aug 31, and tickets can be used for travel from July 13 to Oct 31.

Passengers will get to enjoy privileges including complimentary access to the Boutique Lounge (for economy class), the Blue Ribbon Club Lounge (for business class) at Suvarnabhumi airport, free 20kg baggage allowance (30kg for business class), in-flight meals and free advance seat selection.

The direct service between Bangkok and Maldives will use an Airbus A319 aircraft, with four weekly flights on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

Call 1771 or 02-270–6699 from 8am to 8pm or visit

Finger labyrinth at Museflower Retreat & Spa Chiang Rai. Museflower Retreat & Spa Chiang Rai

Banyan Tree Group set to enter Japan

Banyan Tree Group has announced its expansion into Japan. Through a partnership with Wealth Management Group, Dhawa Yura and Garrya Nijo Castle have launched this month, while Banyan Tree Higashiyama and Banyan Tree Ashinoko Hakone are set to open in 2026.

Separately, Banyan Tree Group has just signed a new partnership with Terraform Capital that will lead to a newly built Cassia in the beautiful ski resort of Niseko.

Interweaving historic touchpoints, rich culture and natural wonders to provide true sense-of-place experiences for discerning travellers, these properties come just in time as Japan's borders reopen following a two-year break from international tourism.

Accor, Japan Airlines launch dual reward scheme

Accor Live Limitless, Accor's loyalty programme and daily lifestyle companion, and Japan Airlines have announced a partnership by launching the Two-Way Conversion Offer. This dual reward scheme will allow mutual members of their respective loyalty programmes the opportunity to make travel experiences richer and more rewarding.

The first partnership of its kind for Accor in Asia, the conversion offer will allow ALL reward points and JAL kilometres to be easily transferable. Members of ALL flying with Japan Airlines can earn reward points by converting 8,050 JAL kilometres into 1,000 ALL reward points or 16,000 JAL kilometres into 4,000 ALL reward points. Points can then be redeemed for hotel stays globally and selected experiences. Concurrently, members of ALL can choose to convert their rewards points into JAL kilometres to benefit on tickets or service class upgrades with Japan Airlines, with every 4,000 ALL reward points equivalent to 3,200 JAL kilometres.


Garrya Nijo Castle, Kyoto. Banyan Tree Group