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Thailand perfect place for a break

Phulay Bay.
Phulay Bay. Supplied

LOOKING to escape the winter blues? Dreaming of a ‘spring clean’ holiday that will leave you revitalised and refreshed? From shopping, spas to sea and sand, Thailand is the perfect place for a therapeutic break.

To ensure your wardrobe is ready for the onset of a steamy summer the perfect place to shop til you drop is in Bangkok.

Relax and unwind after a full days shopping at Tower Club at lebua with in room massages, and a plethora of food and wine options at the world famous Dome – home to six restaurants and bars overlooking the Chao Phraya River and the city of Bangkok.

Relax at the Sky Bar located on the 63rd floor and suspended in the sky, before enjoying a chefs tasting menu at Mezzaluna, or for those you love their whiskies, Cognacs, vodkas and fine wines why not enjoy a tipple at Distil with a large collection of single malt whiskies and selected wine from around the world – all while relaxing to the soothing sounds from the resident DJ.

After a few days soaking in the cultural and shopping delights Bangkok has to offer, lebua Hotels & Resorts have joined with Phulay Bay, Krabi (A Ritz Carlton Reserve) so you can soak up the warm rays of sunlight in this magnificent hidden retreat.

Enjoy two days of luxury surrounded by the limestone mountains rising from Thailand’s Andaman Sea, rainforests, beaches and crystal clear waterfalls.

Packages for this luxury city and sand holiday start from A$1,695* and include:

Tower Club at lebua                      

  • Two nights accommodation in a luxurious one bedroom Riverview suite(max two guests)
  • Private Roundtrip limousine airport transfers
  • Romantic Sunset champagne for two at the world renowned Sky Bay
  • Three course chef’s menu at Mezzaluna for two
  • Daily breakfasts at Café Mozu
  • Access to the Tower Club lounge serving canapés, high tea and alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks complimentary
  • Plus a raft of in room complimentary services and access to the hotels facilities

PhulayBay, a Ritz Carlton Reserve, Krabi

  • Two nights package in a luxury Resort Pavilion with possible upgrade to Ocean Pavilion
  • One Hong Island picnic experience
  • Complimentary Phulaitiny Cocktail for two
  • One 50 minute ESPA Spa Treatment per person
  • Round trip transfers from Krabi Airport by hotel limousine
  • Daily breakfast for two
  • 24 hour dedicated butler service
  • Plus a raft of in room complimentary services and access to hotel facilities

For further details, log onto lebua or for reservations contact Tower Club, lebua Hotels & Resorts on telephone: +66 2 624 9555.

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