Fly on Thai Airways
The best way to travel to Thailand is in comfort on Thai Airways’ Airbus A350-900 aircraft, which flies between Bangkok and Singapore. The airline’s Royal Silk Class cubicles offer you plenty of leg space and privacy. Indulge in a culinary journey on air with a selection of hot main courses inspired by your destination, along with fruits and dessert. Choose from a beverage list of handpicked wines, fine spirits, champagne, or juice to pair with your meal. You can also stay connected even in the air—Thai Airways recently rolled out in-flight live TV, broadcasting CNN, BBC, NHK, and Sport 24 in real time, a feature sports fans would definitely appreciate. There is also onboard WiFi, eliminating any inconveniences of air travel, so you can work and communicate on-the-go.
Stay at The Siam
For a true heritage experience, check in to The Siam Hotel, sitting amidst three acres of lush gardens on Chao Phraya, the historical district of Bangkok. The brainchild of creative director Krissada Sukosol Clapp and celebrated luxury resort designer Bill Bensley, the five-star accommodation marries classical Thai decor with Art Deco accents, oozing opulence and post-colonial flair. Book a stay in Connie’s Cottage, a storied century-old traditional Thai teak house, which has been restored and refurbished into a charming pool villa.
Khao Road, Wachira Phayaban,
Dusit, Bangkok 10300, Thailand