Thursday, November 23, 2017

Aki Matsuri Festival

 



The Aki Matsuri Festival is a long-standing celebration of the arrival of Autumn in Japan.  Cape and Kantary Hotels recently organised its 9th annual event in Sriracha to celebrate this. 

Cape and Kantary Hotels in Sriracha invited over 500 residents from their properties there – also known as ‘Little Osaka’ - to join in this year’s festivities. 
 

 
The Sriracha Health Park was transformed into Japan by the addition of lanterns, games to play, events, kiosks and shows. Many of the guests chose to wear a ‘yukuta’ – a traditional Japanese summer kimono which made you feel as if you were in Japan.
 

The tremendous array of foods was prepared by Cape & Kantary Restaurants – including Le Marin Mediterranean Restaurant, Cape Racha Hotel; California Steak Restaurant, Karavel House; and The Orchard Restaurant, Kantary Bay Hotel.  Refreshments were prepared by Café Kantary and the Japanese style rice by Camp Curry in Bangkok.
 

This year a trip to the FROST Magical Ice in Pattaya was added to the event for the media travelling from Bangkok – where temperatures can drop to -10 °C – and we were welcomed by enormous ‘white sand structures’ from Thai fairy tales from the Himmapan era.
 

 

      
 
 

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Café Kantary - volume 19

 

The latest Cape+Kantary magazine is out this month - https://www.capekantaryhotels.com/ckmagazine/Issue19/index.html

This will be in all our Café Kantary around #Thailand and a great many more places.

This month’s issue focuses on Korat – the magazine will help you to explore it – from the contemporary art gallery to the best wagyu beef in the country, from ancient ruins to modern malls.

 Visit Korat to see a province in Thailand which is often over looked and stay with us at Kantary Hotel - https://www.kantarycollection.com/kantaryhotel-korat/

#Cape+KantaryMagazine #CapeandKantary #KantaryCollection #Korat
 
 
    

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Khao Lak - what to do, eat, visit and stay


 




Cape+Kantary is a magazine that you will find in all the #CapeandKantary Properties. In every edition there is an ‘Insider Guide’ – what to do, where to eat, what to visit and where to stay.

 
In this magazine - https://www.capekantaryhotels.com/ckmagazine/Issue7/index.html (page 85) our writers visited #Khao Lak and stayed at Kantary Beach - https://www.kantarycollection.com/kantarybeach-khaolak/
Do
- Play golf at the Thai Muang Golf Club - http://www.phuket.com/golf/thai-muang-golf.htm  
Eat
- Had lunch at the Café Andaman - https://www.kantarycollection.com/kantarybeach-khaolak/dining.php?page_name=cafe_andaman  and choose from a selection of excellent western and Thai dishes

Visit
- Suwan Kuha Cave Temple - http://www.jamiesphuketblog.com/2009/02/wat-sawan-kuha-temple-phang-nga.html -  also known as Wat Tham. There are a number of wild monkeys outside the cave with the reclining Buddha inside.
 Stay
-
With us at Kantary Beach - https://www.kantarycollection.com/kantarybeach-khaolak/ - the tropical beachside hotel where you can escape from the worries of the world. 
 #Cape+KantaryMagazine #doeatvisitstay #KhaoLak  #WheretovisitinKhaoLak
 

 
  

Friday, October 27, 2017

Chef Giovanni at No.43 Italian Bistro

 
Cape+Kantary is a magazine that you will find in all the #CapeandKantary Properties.
 
In every edition, there is always an article that we like to share.
 
 
In this edition - https://www.capekantaryhotels.com/ckmagazine/Issue15/index.html - (Pages 82-83) one writer visited #CapeHouse in #Bangkok to meet Chef Giovanni Salice.
 
Chef Giovanni is originally from the beautiful Amalfi Coast in southern Italy but he started his culinary career in the northern city of Milan.
 
In 2010 he arrived in Thailand and he has been here ever since.

Read more of the article in the magazine but if you visit No.43 Italian Bistro - https://www.capehouse.com/dining.php - be sure to have his risotto with porcini mushroom and truffle. The rice is cooked to perfection and finished off with a generous helping of butter, Parmesan cheese, and slices of truffle.

 

     

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Khao Lak - a day trip


 
Cape+Kantary is a magazine that you will find in all the Cape and Kantary Properties.
In every edition, there is always an article that we like to share
In this edition - http://www.capekantaryhotels.com/ckmagazine/Issue15/index.html - (Pages 74-76) one writer visited Kantary Beach Khao Lak and went on a road trip to Khao Sok and the stunning untouched beauty of Khao Sok National Park – more than 700 square kilometers.
 
They started with breakfast at Kantary Beach Khao Lak. Then it was time to take the road to Khao Sok National Park – approximately one hour – and here we took a guided tour, you can take a tour or just take a map and hike on your own. The park is covered by the oldest evergreen rainforest in the world, huge limestone mountains shooting straight up in the air, deep valleys, breathtaking lakes, exciting caves, wild animals and much more -  http://www.khaosok.com
 
 
Then you may want to visit Cheow Larn Lake - http://www.khaosok.com/activities/  - and here are the three majestic limestone mountains rising out of the lake – make sure you visit the popular ‘Guilin Viewpoint’ - https://khaosoklake.com/khao-sok-lake-adventure-tours/

Have lunch on the floating bungalows - https://khaosoklake.com/floating-bungalows-khao-sok-raft-houses-thailand/ - certainly different hotel accommodation - and after lunch we took a dip.

By this time it was time to return - we stopped at Praphaphirom Pavilion and took a look at the beautiful view and also stopped at วัดเขาพัง to pay our respects and see the bridge stretching across the river.


After that we were happy to return to Kantary Beach - http://www.kantarycollection.com/kantarybeach-khaolak/ - and have a cocktail at the Otter’s Bar where we watched the sun setting.
 

   

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Phuket - what to do, eat, visit and stay (2)

 
 
In every edition there is an ‘Insider Guide’ – what to do, where to eat, what to visit and where to stay.

In this edition -
http://www.capekantaryhotels.com/ckmagazine/ they stayed with us at Kantary Bay Hotel in Phuket.
photo courtesy of Jamie
Do
- Visit Big Buddha –
http://big-buddha-phuket.com


Eat
- Had lunch at The Raya Restaurant in Phuket Old Town –
http://www.phuket.com/magazine/raya-restaurant.htm

Visit
- The Thavorn Museum –
https://www.phuket101.net/thavorn-museum/ - Phuket’s Quirkiest Museum


Stay
- With us at Kantary Bay Hotel -
http://www.kantarybay-phuket.com

#CapeandKantary #KantaryCollection #WheretostayinPhuket #PhuketHotel #ThingstodoinPhuket #DoEatVisitStay #Cape+KantaryMagazine

 
  

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Cape Kudu Hotel and Janesuda

 

Cape Kudu Hotel, Koh Yao Noi with Janesuda Hosts an Unforgettable Fashion Show on a Sandy Runway.

Cape and Kantary Hotels Project Development Manager and owner of Cape Kudu, Hotel, Koh Yao Noi, Tirawan Taechaubol (front row, 2nd from left,) and Head designer and Founder of Janesuda, Thailand’s unique fashion house, Janesuda Panto, (back row, 4th from left,) hosted a warm dinner party for the media and the celebrity guests who attended a recent fashion show to launch a new collection, “Janesuda Sea La Vie” by “Janesuda X Cape Kudu” on a sandy runway at #CapeKuduHotel, #KohYaoNoi with oceanic beauty in the background. 

For further information please contact: 
Kusuma Pholthampalit (กุสุมา ผลธรรมปาลิต)
PR. Executive, Cape & Kantary Hotels
Office: 0-2253-3791-7 Ext. 215
 
#CapeKuduExperience #YaoNoiIsland #BeachResort #BoutiqueHotel #IslandLife #CapeandKantary #SLH #Thailand #CapeCollection #JanesudaSeaLavie #JanesudaxCapeKudu
  
 

Thursday, September 21, 2017

A trip on the train


 
Cape+Kantary is a magazine that you will find in all the #CapeandKantary Properties.
In every edition there is always an article that we like to share.

In this edition - http://www.capekantaryhotels.com/ckmagazine/Issue11/index.html - (Pages 38 - 42) writer Dillon Albanese and photographer Graham Mayer visited Chiang Mai the long way round – they started at Bangkok’s Hua Lamphong train station.

 
Follow their 4 day trip;

Day One.

They took the train from Bangkok to Ayutthaya – they stayed at Classic Kameo Hotel in Ayutthaya - http://www.kameocollection.com/ClassicKameo-Ayutthaya/index.html

Day Two.

            They took the train to Lopburi and then to Phitsanoluk
 

Day Three.

            They took the bus to Sukhothai
 

Day Four.

They took the train to Chiang Mai – where they stayed at Kantary Hills Hotel in Chiang Mai - http://www.kantarycollection.com/kantaryhills-chiangmai/

 
#Kantary Collection #Cape+KantaryMagazine