Luxury Thailand & Ajman

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Travel 05 Sep 2022
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  • 5 nt Dusit Thani Laguna , Phuket - FREE upgrade to deluxe seaview with breakfast
  • 4 nt Devasom Khao Lak Beach Resort & Villas, Khao Lak - Seaside grand deluxe with breakfast
  • 2 nt Shangri-La Bangkok, Bangkok - Deluxe room
  • 4 nt Ajman Saray, a Luxury Collection Resort, Ajman - FREE upgrade to deluxe seaview with breakfast
  • FREE upgrade to Deluxe Seaview
  • Flights to Phuket via Dubai with Emirates, onwards to Bangkok with Bangkok Airways, from Bangkok to Dubai with Emirates, accommodation throughout, return private transfers and prepayable taxes. Daily (Weekend supplement of £25pp for travel Fri-Sun).
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5 nt Dusit Thani Laguna , Phuket

FREE upgrade to deluxe seaview with breakfast

This established resort is situated on serene Bang Thao Bay in the Laguna Phuket Resort, amidst acres of tropical gardens and flanked by two lagoons ensuring year round watersports.

4 nt Devasom Khao Lak Beach Resort & Villas, Khao Lak

Seaside grand deluxe with breakfast

This unique and intimate beachfront hotel has an enchanting setting with a natural lagoon to one side and stunning beach to the other.

2 nt Shangri-La Bangkok, Bangkok

Deluxe room

Shangri-La Bangkok offers lush gardens, elegant rooms, river views and a signature spa from its commanding position on the banks of the Chao Phraya River.

4 nt Ajman Saray, a Luxury Collection Resort, Ajman

FREE upgrade to deluxe seaview with breakfast

Nestled near the turquoise waters of the Arabian Gulf where white sandy beaches dazzle in the sun, Ajman Saray is the first beach-side Luxury Collection Resort in the Middle East.


Upgrade to All Inclusive in Ajman Saray from £55 per person per day


Flights to Phuket via Dubai with Emirates, onwards to Bangkok with Bangkok Airways, from Bangkok to Dubai with Emirates, accommodation throughout, return private transfers and prepayable taxes. Daily (Weekend supplement of £25pp for travel Fri-Sun).

Regional Departures: Regional supplements are available from Manchester from £230, Belfast from £230, Newcastle from £230, Edinburgh from £230, Glasgow from £230. Other regional airports may be available, please ask for details.

Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availability, terms and conditions apply.

5 nts Dusit Thani Laguna , Phuket

FREE upgrade to deluxe seaview with breakfast

Phuket sits on Thailand's west coast and is the country's best known and largest island. Its wide appeal is thanks to a mix of strikingly handsome beaches, majestic mountains and rainforests which intermingle with second to none dining, shopping and entertainment.

Lively Patong is the island's main resort with a long stretch of fine white sand alongside a wide choice of activities, eateries, nightlife and shopping options. South of Patong is slightly quieter Karon, known for its long beach, excellent snorkelling and good selection of shops and eateries; while on the sheltered south east coast is tranquil Panwa Bay.

Just a few minutes south of Karon Beach are the palm-lined white sands and clear waters of Kata Beach. It’s a popular choice for families and those seeking a good selection of restaurants, bars and shops. From May to October, Kata is also popular with surfers who flock here to catch the waves.

Further up the west coast is Bang Tao Bay, a four mile stretch of beach home to some of Phuket's most luxurious resorts, including those within the Laguna Phuket Resort which are clustered around a series of inland lagoons. There is a small shopping mall within the resort, an 18-hole golf course and the nearby village of Cherng Talay has a variety of good value restaurants.

Clearly the palm-fringed beaches are the main attraction, however venture away from the soft sands and you'll find plenty to explore including the recently constructed Big Buddha, Thalang National Museum, Ton Sai Waterfall and ornate Wat Chalong - one of Phuket's most important temples. Take a stroll around Old Phuket Town and you'll discover turn-of-the-century Sino-Portuguese architecture and funky shops while families may enjoy Phuket Aquarium, Cable Jungle Adventure or Phuket FantaSea Show.

Phuket is also the gateway to many smaller islands that are well worth exploring; while a must-see is stunning Phang Nga Bay with its sheer limestone outcrops jutting vertically from the emerald-green water. Choose from a leisurely cruise or perhaps enjoy a closer look by joining a guided sea kayak tour.

The island also offers a great variety of shopping, from bustling open-air food markets, noisy night markets, to boutiques and department stores. Visiting one of the many markets offers a glimpse of local life and popular markets include Phuket Weekend Market in Phuket Town, Banzaan Market in Patong Beach and the Night Market of Old Phuket Town. Karon Shopping Plaza has a wide range of souvenirs and clothing, Plaza Surin offers boutique-style shopping and Premium Outlets Phuket has genuine designer goods at significant discounts.

It really is impossible to go hungry in Phuket as the number and diverse array of restaurants is quite astounding, although the larger resorts do offer more choice particularly when it comes to international cuisines. As you might expect from an island, seafood is a speciality and features widely in restaurants and food stalls all over Phuket.

4 nts Devasom Khao Lak Beach Resort & Villas, Khao Lak

Seaside grand deluxe with breakfast

Located an hour's drive north of Phuket in mainland Phang Nga province, Khao Lak has long, long expanses of sandy beach bordered by the mountains of the surrounding national parks. It's not difficult to understand Khao Lak's appeal when you are greeted by unspoilt landscape of beaches, jungle-clad mountains, forested valleys, mangroves and estuaries. It's a place to take it easy, read a book and get back to nature, albeit with a few comforts!

Khao Lak's pristine beach area spans for some 18 miles from the Thap Lamu pier area in the south towards Bang Sak in the north. Nang Thong is considered the true centre of the Khao Lak area and is where the largest number of resorts and restaurants are found. Bang Niang beach, lying to the north of Nang Thong, is also popular but has a quieter feel, while further north Khuk Khak, Pakarang and Bang Sak areas have some excellent resorts and less crowded beaches.

Resplendent with rich natural attractions Khao Lak borders five spectacular national parks including Lam Ru National Park, a medley of sea cliffs, beaches, forested valleys and mangroves as well as the natural habitat of wildlife such as gibbons, tapirs and Asiatic black bears. Within the parks too there are many waterfalls to explore, including Lampi, Pakweep and Ton Prai, all of which offer refreshing pools for swimming.

Khao Lak is also a convenient departure point for a trip to the Similan Islands, a group of rocks and islands, which can be reached in about an hour by speedboat. The area was declared a national marine park in 1982 and the turquoise waters teem with colourful coral, exotic fish and sea mammals, making it a popular haunt for divers and snorkelers.

Restaurants and nightlife tend to centre around Bang Niang and Nang Thong Beach, and while Khao Lak is definitely not the place to come for those seeking a glitzy party scene, the selection of bars and restaurants give the opportunity to go out and meet fellow holidaymakers. La On is the main shopping, dining and nightlife hub of Nang Thong Beach and the strip of restaurants, bars and shops begin to come alive as the sun begins to set.

2 nts Shangri-La Bangkok, Bangkok

Deluxe room

Fascinating, intoxicating and chaotic, Bangkok deserves at least 48 hours to experience its temples, palaces, markets, malls and street food.

Undoubtedly the city’s most famous landmark is the dazzling gold-spired Grand Palace complex, formerly the Thai royal family’s residence but now used for ceremonial events. Other notable temples include exquisite Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) and Wat Pho, home to the gigantic Reclining Buddha.

The Chao Phraya River adds zest to the city landscape with its backdrop of temples and hotels. It’s a constant hive of activity with water taxis and longtail speedboats whizzing along, or heavily laden barges chugging sedately upstream. A network of criss-crossing canals (klongs) lead off the river and trickle past precariously perched houses, floating villages and markets.

On land, the skytrain and subway are your best way to get around, although no visit would be complete without a hair-raising tuk-tuk ride.

Whether you’re looking to snag a bargain or splurge on designer labels, shopping in Bangkok is a day and night activity not to be missed. Top spots include MBK Centre, CentralWorld, The Emporium, Siam Paragon, Chatuchak Market, Asiatique the Riverfront and Chinatown. In addition, tours to floating markets just outside the city are also recommended.

Another big draw is the food, with over 50,000 places to eat. From humble street stalls with their aromatic aromas to classy fine dining restaurants, there’s always tasty treats on the menu.Nightlife in Bangkok has evolved over recent years with the emphasis now firmly on swanky rooftop bars with panoramic views, chic nightclubs and lively jazz lounges as well as microbreweries and hip cocktail bars.

2 nts Ajman Saray, a Luxury Collection Resort, Ajman

FREE upgrade to deluxe seaview with breakfast

The smallest of the seven Emirates, Ajman lies on the west coast just north of Dubai. Its coastline is rimmed with luxury hotels, each with their own private stretch of uncrowded white sands, making Ajman a perfect destination for a relaxing beach break.


Watersports are plentiful, with stand up paddleboards, windsurfing, jet skiing and banana boat rides all on offer. The bustling waterfront promenade, known as the Corniche, is a popular place to stroll or stop for a bite to eat at one of the numerous cafes and restaurants. It’s especially lively at the weekend, when events take place and locals gather for picnics and barbecues. Another great place to wander and dine is Ajman Marina, as well as Marsa Ajman, a palm-lined promenade with a variety of cafes and restaurants.

The Ajman Museum, which is housed in an 18th century fort, provides a compelling glimpse into the emirate’s past and its fascinating artefacts include centuries-old manuscripts, weaponry and models of wooden dhows. Other notable attractions include Aminah Bint Ahman Al Ghurair Grand Mosque, the Ajman Fish Market, Al Murabba Watchtower and Ajman Qubes, where young entrepreneurs have used recycled shipping containers to develop their ideas and set up restaurants, cafes, an art gallery and even a spa.

Also worthy of a visit is Al Zorah National Reserve, a vibrant ecosystem made up of mangroves, turquoise lagoons and sandy beaches. This wildlife haven is home to nearly 60 species of bird including pink flamingo, egret and heron. The best way to explore the mangroves is by kayak, and the calm waters and network of channels make it suitable even for novice paddlers. Al Zorah is where you’ll also find the stunning Al Zorah Golf Club, while families will love Funtastico with its exhilarating variety of rides, attractions and games or, enjoy Ajman Pearl to learn about the pearling industry in the region.

For an authentic shopping experience visit the recently expanded and refurbished Souq Saleh and the Gold Souq, which are part of a heritage path leading from the Corniche to the Ajman Museum. Here, you can shop for souvenirs and gifts whilst wandering among the warren of small shops. Alternatively, the Ajman City Center has a selection of lifestyle and fashion stores along with a cinema and selection of restaurants.

Just 90 minutes’ drive from Ajman is Masfout, a small landlocked enclave surrounded by the Hajar Mountains. Its elevated altitude brings cooler temperatures and the rugged backdrop attracts hikers, outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. Also close by is Manama, an agricultural district located in the plains at the foothills of the Hajar Mountains and known for its scenery, wild honey and historic fortresses.

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