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Cape & Kantary Hotels with its 23 properties across Thailand announced participation in the "We Travel Together Phase 4" campaign where guests can make their reservation and stay at one of many hotels in popular locations such as Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket, Phangnga, Nakhon Ratchasima, Ayutthaya, Rayong, Surat Thani and Chon Buri.

Cape & Kantary Hotels.

Guests can book direct with hotel reservation after receiving confirmation of the campaign and they will enjoy prices that start from 840 baht net per room per night. Reservations can be made from now until Oct 23 for stay from now until Oct 30.


Agoda creates ice cream flavour for travellers

Agoda recently launched a special ice cream flavour called "Your Best Journey" to inspire people on their return to travel, as the world opens up again. The custom flavour was created with local Thai craft ice cream brand Guss Damn Good.

Agoda x Guss Damn Good ice cream. (Photo:

The flavours were carefully selected to evoke a feeling of exploring unfamiliar territories with excitement, confidence and comfort -- mimicking the travelling experiences and conveniences afforded by Agoda. The milk ice cream signifies a strong foundation of support and comfort while the chunky berry sauce swirled inside represents new fresh, experiences and innovation. A hint of cardamom was also added as an unexpected, unexplored, unique ingredient to represent that which is yet to be undiscovered.

The ice cream is now available at all 12 Guss Damn Good outlets across Bangkok, on rotation. Simply ask for the "Your Best Journey" ice cream.

Thai Vietjet announces Bangkok-Phu Quoc service

Thai Vietjet announces its new international services from Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) to Phu Quoc (Vietnam), starting from Oct 12. In the beginning, the new international service from Bangkok to Phu Quoc will operate four flights a week every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, with an approximate flight duration of 1 hour 15 minutes.

Meliá Chiang Mai's 360° Cuisine programme. (Photo: Meliá Chiang Mai)

To celebrate the inauguration of the new international service, the airline is also launching a special promotion "Deluxe Super Sale", offering special deluxe fares starting from 2,999 baht (inclusive of taxes, fees and surcharges) for travelling on Thai Vietjet's new international service between Suvarnabhumi and Phu Quoc. The special deluxe service includes 20kg of checked baggage, free seat selection, priority check-in and flexibility with unlimited flight changes at no charge. This special promotion is available for booking from Aug 25-31, with a travel period from Sept 15 to March 25.


Join Meliá Chiang Mai's journey to sustainable farming

Meliá Chiang Mai is ushering guests onto a nearby 100 hectare gourmet organic farm, to meet local farmers and learn more about sustainable farming and healthier eating, as part of its "A Journey To The Farm" package. Under the new hotel's "360° Cuisine" programme, its kitchen works closely with Ori9in The Gourmet Farm in San Sai district, sourcing "farm to plate" organic produce that travels only a short distance. As much of each ingredient is used -- roots, leaves, stems, stalks and more -- before "plate to farm" food waste returns to the farm as fertiliser in a truly 360-degree concept.

Priced at 8,800 baht net per room for two, "A Journey To The Farm" comprises two nights in a Meliá room, daily breakfast for two, and a day trip for two to the scenic farm inclusive of a picnic lunch.

The farm experience includes feeding the animals, walking through the farm with a guide to learn about both the cultivation of Meliá Chiang Mai's fruits, vegetables and herbs as well as Ori9in's Pharm traditional herbal medicine garden, and a chance to rummage through a garden maze.

According to chef turned sustainable farmer James Noble, who oversees Ori9in, the day trip is a chance for guests to learn more about the journey their food and these products have made, as well as who has been a part of that journey.

Under the partnership between Meliá Chiang Mai and the farm, local farmers grow an array of fruits, vegetables and herbs for the hotel's restaurants, bar and spa. In addition to local seasonal produce such as young morning glory, red basil, lemongrass and passion fruit, the farm grows various kinds of tomatoes, salad leaves and specialised ingredients such as padrón pepper that would otherwise need to be imported from Spain for the hotel's authentic Mediterranean cuisine.

"A Journey To The Farm" is available to book from now until Nov 28 for a stay until Nov 30. Call 052-090-699 or email

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