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"Asian Escapes" is established since September 1998 by a group of experienced travel enthaustics as a one-stop travel hub. Since our inception, we specialize in providing all ground arrangements in Far East destination such as Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Indochina, Hong Kong, Dubai and China.

For the past years, we have handled many passengers in this region either on package tour, business trips, incentive programmes and conferences.

QR-2015&2016 TOP TEN AGENT AWARD received!

We DID it again ! We are glad to announce that Asian Escapes has been awarded top ten selling agency in Istanbul by Qatar Airways. We like to thank all our partners for making this happen and look forward to your continuous support.

Familiarization trip to Bali 20–26 October 2016

Asian Escapes together with Qatar Airways have hosted Agents from Turkey to Bali during 20 - 26 October, 2016.

All Group members have experienced the ultimate comfort on Qatar Airways flight from Istanbul connecting by Doha to Bali. They stayed first at Fairmont Sanur and then Four Seasons Jimbarang.

With full hotel inspections and dinings around, attractions like Full Day Kintamani Tour, Rafting Tour by Bali Adventures and more others were an amazing experience for the members both Bali and Ubud.

Asian Escapes thank all hosts especially to, Qatar Airways, Fairmont Sanur, Four Season Jimbarang, Bali Adventures, Majoly Restaurant and, most of all - the members who took their time to visit Bali for this unforgettable trip.

TAT advice on the Royal Religious Rites and status of attractions and events during the Mourning Period

As Thailand is currently in a period of national mourning after the passing of the beloved monarch His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, many thousands of mourners have gathered around the Grand Palace in Bangkok to be present for the royal religious rites and ceremonies taking place and to pay their respects to the father of the nation. The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to ask that members of the public stay updated via media announcements and notices from the Bureau of the Royal Household as well as the Royal Thai Government to ensure accurate information. We also request that the solemnity of these rites are observed and the visitors – local and international – wear respectful attire.

Regarding to an official period of mourning following the passing of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej

Regarding to an official period of mourning following the passing of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like all visitors to Thailand to continue with their travel plans as normal and kindly be advised of the following:

UPDATE ON THE PASSING OF THE KING OF THAILAND HM BHUMIBOL ADULYADEJ

Dear All Valued Partners

 
It is with great sadness to inform that The King of Thailand HM BHUMIBOL ADULYADEJ has passed away peacefully on 13 October 2016.
 
The entire Thai nation is in great grief and an emotional period now. We send our deepest condolences to all for the loss of their great HM The King.

Free visa to enter Indonesia

Dear All,

Starting October onwards there will be 75 countries got free visa to enter Indonesia including Turkey.

Below is the list of the countries for free visa to enter Indonesia:

NO

COUNTRY NAME

NO

COUNTRY NAME

NO

COUNTRY NAME

1.

 South Africa

26.

 Japan

51.

 Qatar

2.

 Algeria

27.

 Germany

52.

 The PRC

3.

 United States

28.

 Canada

53.

 Rumania

4.

 Angola

29.

 Kazakhstan

54.

 Russia

5.

 Argentina

30.

 Kyrgyzstan

55.

 San Marino

6.

 Austria

31.

 Croatia

56.

 Saudi Arabia

7.

 Azerbaijan

32.

 South Korea

57.

 New Zealand

8.

 Bahrain

33.

 Kuwait

58.

 Seychelles

9.

 Netherlands

34.

 Latvia

59.

 Cyprus

10.

 Belarus

35.

 Lebanon

60.

 Slovakia

11.

 Belgium

36.

 Slovenia

61.

 Liechtenstein

12.

 Bulgaria

37.

 Lithuania

62.

 Spain

13.

 Czech Republic

38.

 Luxembourg

63.

 Suriname

14.

 Denmark

39.

 Sweden

64.

 Maldives

15.

 Dominican Republic

40.

 Malta

65.

 Switzerland

16.

 Estonia

41.

 Mexico

66.

 Taiwan

17.

 Fiji

42.

 Egypt

67.

 Tanzania

18.

 Finland

43.

 Monaco

68.

 East Timor

19.

 Ghana

44.

 Norway

69.

 Tunisia

20.

 Hungary

45.

 Oman

70.

 Turkey

21.

 India

46.

 Panama

71.

 UAE

22.

 United Kingdom

47.

 PNG

72.

 The Vatican

23.

 Ireland

48.

 France

73.

 Venezuela

24.

 Iceland

49.

 Poland

74.

 Jordan

25.

 Italy

50.

 Portugal

75.

 Greece

Vietnam will cut visa fees

Vietnam will cut visa fees for a number of international passport holders and overseas Vietnamese next month.

As of November 23 there will be changes to Vietnam visa fees. The single–entry visa will cost $25 instead of the current $45, and multiple–entry visas with validity of less than three months will cost $50 reduced from $95.

We have moved!

Dear Valued Partners,
 
We have just moved to a new address as of 05 September 2015. All telephone numbers, fax numbers, email addresses remained unchanged.
 
New Address:


Asian Escapes Co., Ltd

9th Floor, ROOM 3914, BB Building
54, Sukhumvit 21 Road (Asoke), Klongtoeynua,
Wattana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Tel : (+662)260-6201...6      Fax : (+662)260-6208      Email : bkk@asianescapes.com


Kindly update all your records accordingly.
 
Thank you for your kind attention.

Situation Update of the Explosion Incident in Bangkok

We would like to convey the deepest sympathy and condolences to all the victims of the blast and their families at this traumatic time. The thoughts and prayers of the Thai people are with you.

Thai authorities have stepped up security at key locations in Bangkok following the explosion that took place on Monday (17 August 2015 around 19.00 hrs.) at the city’s Ratchaprasong Intersection. The explosion is currently under police investigation. The spokesman of the Royal Thai Police stated that there have been a total of 22 casualties and 123 injuries as of 18 August 2015 at 07.00 hrs. The concerned authorities are contacting the families of victims of the blast and helping the injured to get medical treatment in local hospitals. The Thai tourism industry has mobilised the support of its members to assist and facilitate tourists affected by the incident, such as providing interpreters and helping with immediate travel arrangements.

The Royal Thai Police have requested that locals and tourists exercise caution when out and about in Bangkok. The Police have also increased their presence and put extra security in place at all of Bangkok’s key tourist areas in response to the incident. Citywide patrols are in place to ensure the safety of locals and visitors to the Thai capital.

Meanwhile, overall life in the city is continuing as normal. All public services and banks are available to the public. As for tourist businesses, other tourist sites, hotels, restaurants, tour operators, and shopping malls remain open, while transportation links, major roads and airports continue to operate. This includes Bangkok’s BTS Skytrain and MRT services and both Don Muang and Suvarnabhumi International Airports receive domestic and international flights.

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