Craving a getaway trip to Bangkok? You’re not alone.
With the year 2018 fast coming to an end, there’s nothing quite like a couple of days out of Singapore and on the streets of Bangkok, relishing some classic shopping therapy and good Thai food.
But there’s just one small problem obstructing my dream vacation. And I’m not talking about time.
Rather, it’s dough. Money dough.
Just think about it; a ticket back and forth, even at a budget rate, is gonna cost you quite a bit. Add the accommodation costs and living expenses over there, and you’ve effectively got yourself a debt of at least 500 bucks.
Yeah, horrid, isn’t it? So you could only imagine my surprise when I chanced upon this deal that doesn’t just save your wallet…
But save your entire vacation as well.
Introducing WeekendGoWhere’s 3-Day SIA Bangkok Package that includes the following:
- Singapore Airlines two-way flight tickets (inclusive of tax + 30kg check-in baggage)
- 3-night stay at a hotel
- Daily breakfast
- 2-way airport transfer
All at just a price of, wait for it;
Yes, ladies and gentlemen…
The perfect vacation does exist.
And lest you’ve missed it, it’s a two-way SIA flight.
I’m sure that itself is worth the hype.
Singapore-based travel agency WeekendGoWhere is offering a 4-day Bangkok package starting at $378, and it has got all your dream getaway criteria covered.
And plus, it’s a free & easy package so rest assured that you won’t be a passive passenger on a ride.
Upon touchdown, you’ll be greeted by their tour guide, who’ll proceed to bring you to your hotel. Thereafter you can enjoy some sumptuous Thai cuisine, and check out the sprawling nightlife.
According to the travel agency website, this is the list of hotels you get to choose from.
Note that depending on your hotel of choice, the rates might fluctuate.
- P2 Boutique Hotel
- Amari Watergate Hotel
- Arnoma Hotel
- The Berkeley Hotel
- Centre Point Hotel Pratunam
- Glow Hotel
- Novotel Platinum
- Pathumwan Princess
- Ramada D’MA Bangkok
- Asia Hotel Bangkok
- Baiyoke Boutique Hotel
- Baiyoke Sky Hotel
- Grand Diamond Suite
- Centara Watergate Pavilion Hotel
THINGS TO DO
Whether you choose to see some spectacular sights…
Visit Chatuchak’s iconic Weekend Market…
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Or just shop till you drop, you can be sure that there’s something for everyone.
So what are you waiting for?
If Bangkok has been on your mind for a while, it’s time to make it happen.
Booking period: NOW – 19 DEC 2018
Travel period: 1 Jan – 31 May 2019
Blackout date: 30 Jan – 6 Feb 2019
Take note that a minimum stay of 3 days is required.
Price for package:
The 4D3N Free & Easy package starts from S$378/person (min. 2 pax). To acquire the tickets, you can either…
- Talk to their travel consultants via Facebook Messenger
- Chat on WeekendGoWhere
- WhatsApp +65 93900052 (Mon-Fri, 9am – 6pm / Sat, 9am – 5pm)
Location: Blk 71 Ayer Rajah Crescent, #06-14 (One-North MRT station)
Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 9am-6pm, Sat-Sun: 9am-5pm
Contact: +65 9390 0052 (WhatsApp)
More info here.
See you there! 🙂
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