Bangkok Airways launches Buy Tickets Get Free Rooms Promotion

Travel News Asia Wednesday, 17 May 2006

Bangkok Airways recently introduced its new summer promotions - Buy tickets, Get free room! - to seven destinations in and out of Thailand across beach choices of Koh Samui, Phuket and Trat (Koh Chang), to World Heritage Siem Reap, Luang Prabang, Yangon and Hiroshima. Prices for these promotions begin at 4,000 Baht per person on twin-sharing basis with at least two persons traveling together until July 15th, 2006.

Bangkok Airways aims to boost its traffic during the low season with a selection of both of its natural and cultural attractions. The Super Fun Beach promotions are priced from 4,000 Baht to Koh Chang; from 5,650 Baht to Phuket; and from 6,500 Baht to Koh Samui. These are inclusive of a round-trip ticket, two-nights accommodation, breakfasts, and airport transfers. 

Moreover, the Exciting Cultural, promotions also featuring round-trip ticket, two-night accommodation, breakfasts, and airport transfers include Siem Reap and Luang Prabang with a full-day visit to extravagant attractions and complimentary lunch at prices starting from 9,000 Baht and 9,900 Baht per person respectively. The fare promotion for Yangon starts at 9,900 Baht per person with complimentary three-day excursion and meals.

Furthermore, the Japan Wonder promotion to Hiroshima, Japan, begins at price 32,900 Baht per person, including a round trip ticket, three-nights accommodation, meals, ground transportation and a three-day pass to major attractions including the World Heritage A-Bomb Dome to the peaceful Itsukushima Shrine.

Bangkok Airways operates three-weekly non-stop flights to Hiroshima and daily non-stop flights to the rest of packaged destinations using brand-new aircraft. All these promotions are not inclusive of taxes, insurance fee, fuel surcharge, and visa fee.

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