Rediscover Thailand With Banyan Tree Group’s Exclusive Offers

  • Banyan Tree Samui
  • Banyan Tree Phuket
  • Banyan Tree Krabi
  • Banyan Tree Bangkok

Banyan Tree Krabi

Staycations from beach resorts to city sanctuaries. This festive season, Banyan Tree Group invites all residents in Thailand on a journey to rediscover the Land of Smiles and its world-renowned hospitality. Treat yourself to a relaxing staycation at amazing destinations from Banyan Tree Bangkok in the city, the flagship Banyan Tree Phuket, Banyan Tree Samui, as well as the recently opened Banyan Tree Krabi, nestled in the northernmost point of Tubkaek Beach. Room discounts of up to 25% off the best available rate can be combined with the Thai government’s “Rao Tiew Duay Kan” campaign offering a total of up to 40% discount on room rates.

Banyan Tree Bangkok

As travellers look to domestic tourism in the wake of the global pandemic, travel becomes more purposeful with trips focused on cultural sights and wellness rejuvenation amongst nature. Resorts are in awe-inspiring locations where safe distancing is provided by the general layout of the Banyan Tree properties.

Guests can unwind with each resort’s signature spa treatments, such as Banyan Tree Krabi’s Colour-Calm Choices treatment and Banyan Tree Samui’s fusion spa experience in its state-of-the-art “The Rainforest hydrothermal facilities”. At Banyan Tree Krabi, travellers seeking the thrill of adventure can choose to snorkel or sail while exploring the Andaman Sea. Couples yearning for a romantic experience can enjoy an authentic Thai feast fit for royalty aboard Banyan Tree Bangkok’s intimate dinner cruise along the Chao Phraya River, or a starlit dinner on a floating pontoon at Banyan Tree Phuket.

Banyan Tree Phuket

In keeping with Banyan Tree Group’s “Safe Sanctuary” programme rolled out during the pandemic, guests are assured of the enhanced safety and hygiene protocols. For long-term vacations or remote work, guests can enjoy stays from 7 to 28 nights in a variety of resorts under Habitat, with increased savings the longer their stay. Habitat inspires a different travel journey by providing greater flexibility and the possibility of experiencing multiple destinations with a single pass. In addition, savings increase up to 60% with each additional unit purchased, where each unit can be redeemed at a different property, whether its Bangkok, Samui, Krabi or Phuket. For more information, visit:

List of Participating Hotels in Thailand and T&C can be found below:

Banyan Tree Phuket Discovery Package: Link

Daily breakfast / Daily dinner / In-villa floating breakfast for weekday stays (Mon – Thu) / Children below 12 years old Stay & Eat Free / Can be combined with Thai Government Campaign

Banyan Tree Samui

Banyan Tree Bangkok’s Travel Together: Link

Enjoy local traveling more by Thai Government Campaign / Make a reservation at least 3 days in advance on and apply for a government subsidy of 40% on hotel room rates

Banyan Tree Samui’s Thai Residents Promotion: Link

10.00am early check-in and 4.00pm late check-out / 20% savings on body massages at Banyan Tree Spa Samui / 20% savings on Food & Beverage (excluding minibar and alcoholic beverages)

Banyan Tree Krabi’s Opening Offer: Link

25% off Best Available Rate / Daily breakfast for 2 persons per bedroom / One set of Afternoon Tea per stay / 50% off spa for first booking and 30% off spa for second booking

These offers are valid till 31 January 2021.

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Thomas has a university background in the UK and in Latin America, with studies in Languages and Humanities, Culture, Literature and Economics. He started his Asian experience as a publisher in Krabi in 2005. Thomas has been editing local newspapers and magazines in England, Spain and Thailand for more then fifteen years. He is currently working on several projects in Thailand and abroad. Apart from Thailand, Thomas has lived in Italy, England, Venezuela, Cuba, Spain and Bali. He spends most of his time in Asia. During the years Thomas has developed a great understanding of several Asian cultures and people. He is also working freelance, writing short travel stories and articles for travel magazines. Follow Thomas on

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