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Baan Taling Ngam Resort & Spa launches Special Travel Trade Rates

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Baan Taling Ngam Resort & Spa is offering people who work in the travel industry with a special rate to enjoy its secluded clifftop Koh Samui property that overlooks the scenic Ang Thong National Marine Park.

The US$150-per-night deal for two persons includes a deluxe room with buffet breakfast, roundtrip airport transfers, a 20% discount off food and beverage purchases at all restaurants and 30% off treatments at Baan Taling Ngam’s award-winning spa.

The offer is available until July 21, 2008, including over the Thai New Year holiday period of Songkran between April 13-15.

Commenting on the promotion, Baan Taling Ngam General Manager Nigel Tovey said, “People who work in the travel industry deserve a relaxing holiday and we are pleased to offer superb rates during the holiday season so they can enjoy the relaxing and active experiences we have available.”

Baan Taling Ngam, managed by Castle Resorts & Hotels, features 70 luxurious rooms, suites and villas in a self-contained resort set amid coconut trees on a hilltop that descends down a terraced cliff to a private sandy beach.

Guests can treat themselves to a host of services including treatments and massages at the spa, three restaurants, a range of swimming pools, water sports, and meeting and banquet facilities.

This special package is being offered exclusively to travel agents, tour operators and bona fide members of the travel industry including airlines and hotels, and is subject to availability.

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