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Bangkok & Kanchanaburi Accommodation

  • Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort

    Anantara Bangkok Riverside is a welcome addition to the Bangkok hotel scene and is a resort style luxury hotel located right on the Chao Praya River. One of its best features is the setting in 11 acres of peaceful, verdant tropical gardens making it an oasis from the bright lights of the buzzing Thai capital.

  • Banyan Tree Bangkok

    The Banyan Tree Bangkok is one of the tallest and most stylish luxury hotels in the Thai capital, with fabulous panoramic views over the city. It combines the old world charm of Thailand with the elegant and understated sophistication synonymous with the Banyan Tree brand.

     

  • The Peninsula Bangkok

    One of Bangkok’s best known hotels, The Peninsula's reputation for the finest quality and excellent service is consistently well-deserved. Located on the banks of the Chao Praya river, it enjoys uninterrupted views across the lifeline of this busy city. Use the hotel’s own teakwood barge service to hop between the Peninsula and nearby shopping complexes or the closest skytrain station.

  • Ariyasom Villa

    Ariyasom Villa is a charming little boutique hotel tucked away on a quiet street close to the Thai capitals famous Sukhumvit Road. It enjoys a tranquil setting, surrounded by lush tropical gardens which create a peaceful oasis in the heart of the big city. 

  • Hintok River Camp

    Nestled on a ridgetop overlooking the world famous River Kwai in Thailand’s Kanchanaburi province, this unique tented camp is located at Hellfire Pass on the same site as the World War 2 Japanese military-based camp. It is also close to the Hellfire Pass Museum where you can read the true story of the Thai-Burma Railway and its construction by allied prisoners of war.

  • Paradee

    Just a two hour drive and short ferry ride from Bangkok, Paradee is located on the island of Koh Samet, an ideal choice for those who prefer not to take an additional flight down to one of the islands in the south of Thailand. 

  • SALA Rattanakosin

    SALA Rattanakosin is a boutique bolthole in the heart of Bangkok’s Old City area. Within a stone’s throw of the infamous Wat Pho and Grand Palace, those who are keen to see the sights and travel by foot rather than taxi will be right at home here. Located down an inconspicuous city side street lined with food stalls and warehouses, the almost hidden entrance is a welcome oasis to step into after a long day’s sight seeing.

  • Shangri-La Bangkok

    Locations don’t get much better than the Shangri-La Bangkok, a large hotel with prime position on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, next door to the Sky Train and a few minutes from the river boats terminus.

  • The Metropolitan Bangkok

    The Metropolitan is Bangkok’s premier address for those seeking a fashionable, ultra-modern and hip destination. Located on South Sathorn road, the Metropolitan is a short taxi ride to the shopping of Siam Square or the nightlife and restaurants on Silom Road. 

Yasawa Island Fiji
Island of the month

YASAWA ISLAND RESORT

There are 15 words for ‘heaven’ in the Fijian language, and it’s little wonder that Yasawa is the first! This island paradise has just 18 bungalows set along a perfect white sand beach – and there are another 10 utterly idyllic beaches to explore… grab a picnic and a sunshade and spend the day on your own private beach, then radio the resort when you’re ready to be collected! Only in paradise!

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Island of the month

YASAWA ISLAND RESORT

There are 15 words for ‘heaven’ in the Fijian language, and it’s little wonder that Yasawa is the first! This island paradise has just 18 bungalows set along a perfect white sand beach – and there are another 10 utterly idyllic beaches to explore… grab a picnic and a sunshade and spend the day on your own private beach, then radio the resort when you’re ready to be collected! Only in paradise!