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5 Ways to Experience Krabi

5 Ways to Experience Krabi

Looking for fun things to do during your stay at Amari Vogue Krabi? Here are our top picks. Explore the Islands - Head out to the untouched islands dotting the Krabi shoreline, including the magnificent Koh Hong to discover the true meaning of an island paradise. Sea Canoeing – Paddle though a fascinating network of limestone caves, […]

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The Third Annual Arts for The Planet Competition

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The Third Annual Arts for The Planet Competition

Arts for The Planet was first launched in 2010 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. This year, we are delighted to be holding The Third Annual Arts for The Planet Competition. The event aims to inspire critical thinking about environmental responsibility by engaging Thai youths through art.   Students from primary school, junior high […]

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Visiting the Land of Smiles

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Visiting the Land of Smiles

We recently asked one of our guests who stayed at Amari Orchid Pattaya and Amari Atrium Bangkok to share their experiences. Read on to find out what they liked most. The Land of Smiles I can answer the question why people keep coming back to Thailand again and again! Nowhere else can you find such […]

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Amari Watergate Bangkok Awarded Best Value Hotel

Amari Watergate Bangkok wins Lonely Planet’s Best Value Hotel International in the world award for 2012. Announced at the recent annual Lonely Planet Magazine India Travel Awards 2012, the ‘Best Value Hotel International’ award is given to budget, mid-range or luxury hotels that reader’s feel gives them the most value for money. It was a tough category […]

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Guest blog – Songkran in Bangkok

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Guest blog – Songkran in Bangkok

Guest Blogger Matt Preston recounts his experiences of Songkran at Amari Boulevard Bangkok. Songkran is a festival quite unlike any other. I recently had the pleasure of visiting Bangkok during Songkran and was very keen to find out exactly what happens during this weekend long water festival. I’ve been to Bangkok about 6 times and […]

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Amari Hua Hin Opens On 15 August 2012

Amari Hua Hin Opens On 15 August 2012

Situated near the sea in Thailand’s royal beach town, Amari Hua Hin is scheduled to open on 15 August 2012. Amari Hua Hin is close to both Khao Takiab and the town centre of Hua Hin – making it an ideal choice for families, friends and couples. This property will feature all of the comforts […]

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Maria Elia at Pattaya Gourmet Food Festival

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Maria Elia at Pattaya Gourmet Food Festival

We asked the Executive Chef of Joe’s Restaurant in London to write about her recent experience at Amari Orchid Pattaya’s 2nd annual Gourmet Festival at Mantra Restaurant and Bar. My name’s Maria Elia and I am a chef from the UK. Here’s a little bit about me… I’m totally in love with cooking and have […]

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Experience Middle Eastern Cuisine at Amari Watergate Bangkok

Experience Middle Eastern Cuisine at Amari Watergate Bangkok

Discover the tantising flavours of Middle Eastern cuisine prepared by our award winning Master Chef Yasser Darwich. Who is Master Chef Yasser? Humble, passionate, and focused on his work, Chef Yasser has received several awards from the prestigious Emirates Culinary Guild of Dubai including: Bronze Medal for New Arabian Cuisine Merit Award for Practical Cookery […]

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5 Things To Remember For Songkran

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5 Things To Remember For Songkran

April 13 marks the start of the Thai New Year or Songkran Festival. If you’re planning to join the festivities, here are five things to remember. 1) Make Merit – Songkran is the time for giving alms and merit making. Even if you’re not Buddhist, these rituals are still a cultural experience not to be missed. […]

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First impressions of Bangkok – a guest’s perspective

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First impressions of Bangkok – a guest’s perspective

A recent guest at the Amari Watergate Bangkok gives us his first impressions of Bangkok. Wow! Neither written material nor first-hand reports prepared me for the stimulating sights, smells, and sounds of Bangkok. This Rorschach should be required for ALL. One finds so many people of different cultures and geographic locations moving about in limited […]

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