Archive for the ‘Thailand’ Category

SPECIAL OFFER: YOGA HOLIDAY KOH LIPE

April 27, 2011

I love yoga. And since I went to Bali and practiced my asana’s in the open air, I’m hooked on yoga holidays (when they say: ‘breath in’ and you smell the nature instead of the heavy odour from your classmate, it certainly makes a huge difference). Yoga in another country is cool, but you have to be lucky with the teacher (I’m not gonna tell you my experience in Tulum with an ex-con from Israel but bootcamp is nothing compared to that lesson).

SPECIAL OFFER
Casa di Yoga is a Dutch company organising yoga holidays (and make sure you don’t meet an ex-con like I did). One of them is in Thailand. In Koh Lipe. If you book their yoga holiday over there, you’ll get two lessons a day and be free to spend the rest of the day on the beach. Or get a Thai yogamassage (heaven!). This yogaweek takes place from May 12 – May 19 and normally costs 695 euro, but because Casa di Yoga really likes Petite Passport, you can book it now for 595 euro. Be sure to mention Petite Passport when making the booking. More information: www.casadiyoga.nl  


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TRIED & TESTED: TO BE A CLOSET BANGKOK

April 26, 2011

Babs den Haring is  one of the most dedicated Petite Passport travellers. Together with her handsome husband she travelled to Bangkok:

“There are several It’s Happened to be a Closet’s in Bangkok and it’s a small shop where you can also sit outside to eat something. We ordered a piece of cake. The retro interior is fantastic!”

Check out: http://ithappenedtobeacloset.wordpress.com

TRIED & TESTED: SALA SAMUI KOH SAMUI

April 21, 2011

Babs den Haring is  one of the most dedicated Petite Passport travellers. Together with her handsome husband she travelled to Koh Samui:

Most striking feature:

“Their outside shower. Isn’t that the best thing on earth? This hotel on Koh Samui is beautiful. The people who work here are very friendly. And there is a fantastic pond at the reception. First you have to cross a small little bridge over that pond to get to the reception. We stayed in a Garden Pool Villa with our own private pool. Definitely a great Honeymoon destination.”

Check out: www.salaresorts.com

(If you like this spot, you will also like Qunci Villas in Lombok)

TRIED & TESTED: RASANANDA KOH PHANGAN

April 20, 2011

Babs den Haring is  one of the most dedicated Petite Passport travellers. Together with her handsome husband she travelled to Koh Phangan:

Most striking feature:

“The quiet Rasananda Resort is located in the middle of nowhere. You have to reach it with a 4×4 and it’s hard to get away: but that’s exactly what you want when you check in at this beautiful resort for your honeymoon (in our case). The suite was beautiful with our plunge pool, a huge bathroom and extra’s like a bathrobe, slippers and even a bag to take with you to the beach. The deckchairs on their private beach have your room number, so you don’t have to worry about not having a place to relax on the beach. This is the perfect place to relax!”

Check out: www.rasananda.com

NEW SPOT: BEACH REPUBLIC KOH SAMUI

March 3, 2011

3 reasons to go there:

  1. If you like lounging with a view.
  2. If you’re with friends and like to share a massive bed.
  3. If you’re searching for the Kudeta atmosphere.

Check out: www.beachrepublic.com

NEW SPOT: BED BANGKOK

October 11, 2010


3 reasons to go there:

  1. To have the Supperclub experience (dining on ultrawhite loungebeds) in Bangkok.
  2. To dance and drink till the new day begins.
  3. To be back home for one evening – they even serve lasagna…

Check out: www.bedsupperclub.com

NEW SPOT: THE LIBRARY KOH SAMUI

September 15, 2010


3 reasons to go there:

  1. Well: if you like the red pool in Marrakech, but already booked a trip to Thailand.
  2. If you like reading – the have a huge library in here.
  3. If you like to have breakfast this way (see picture underneath)… who doesn’t?

From 250 euro per night, check out: www.thelibrary.co.th

NEW SPOT: COSTA LANTA KRABI THAILAND

September 3, 2010


3 reasons to stay here:

  1. If this is what they mean if they talk about ‘glamping’ (glamourous camping): count me in.
  2. If you’re on a romantic trip with your loved one.
  3. If you don’t like the crowded islands in Thailand – Koh Lanta isn’t the first place you will find in a typical guidebook.

From 80 euro a night. Check out: www.costalanta.com

NEW SPOT: SEVEN BANGKOK

August 2, 2010

3 reasons to stay here:

  1. If you need a small refuge (only six rooms) in megacity Bangkok.
  2. If you’re keen on sleeping in a room in your favorite color (orange, green, pink, yellow, purple, blue).
  3. And every color stands for a Thai God.

From 71 euro a night. Check out: www.sleepatseven.com

Have you been here? What would be your reason to go?

NEW SPOT: MINIBAR ROYALE BANGKOK

May 5, 2010


3 reasons to eat at Minibar Royale:

  1. To be in a Paris style bistro in New York while you’re in Bangkok
  2. To eat a petite Burger (sounds nice right?)
  3. To watch excentric Thai people

Check out: www.minibarroyale.com

New is their deli. Check some pictures on their Facebook site to get you in the mood.