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 - - (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 -

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 -

#Kantary Collection #Cape+KantaryMagazine


Saturday, September 9, 2017

An island to investigate - Koh Yao Noi Island

Yao Noi Island is approximately 140-square-kilometers in the centre of Phang Ng Bay and the island remains predominantly unspoiled.

Koh Yai Noi
has so much to offer you if you choose to visit - read the article in this issue of Cape+Kantary - - pages 64-30


OR visit any Cape and Kantary property and the magazine will be available there.

For example - the 'Everything 10 Baht truck' - liaise with the concierge and they will help you find this amazing sticker shop. 

#CapeandKantary #PlacestovisitinKohYaoNoi #WheretostayinKohYaoNoi  #Cape+KantaryMagazine  

Monday, August 21, 2017

Chiang Mai - what to do, eat, visit and stay

Cape+Kantary is a magazine that you will find in all the Cape and Kantary Properties.

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

In this edition - - (Pages 78 - 81) our writers chose #Kantary Hills in Chiang Mai.

- The Samoeng Loop – - this whole journey around Doi Suthep may take three hours or more because the route is scattered with a great many places where you may want to stop to take a photo of the beautiful view across to neighbouring Myanmar.

- Have lunch at The Nimman Bar & Grill –


- The Cutler - - this is a classic barbershop modelled on those seen in New York and Australia – you can also get a tattoo.


Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Koh Si Chang - what to do, eat, visit and stay


Cape+Kantary is a magazine that you will find in all the Cape and Kantary Properties if you choose to visit us. There are a number which are scattered across Thailand -

A popular article which they write in every edition is the ‘Insider Guide’. The article is written for different properties in every edition and always involves these 4 points – what to do, where to eat, what to visit and where to stay.

In this edition - volume 18  (Pages 82-85)   - - they  visited Somewhere in Koh Sichang and they also visited the rest of the island.
They visited Wat Atsadang Nimit, which is a unique temple featuring a mix of gothic and classical Thai architecture –
They had lunch at The Verandah Restaurant – - which is a serves delicious Thai and Western Dishes.
Then they visited Ruen Mai Rim Talay - - which is a beautiful white building set in a tranquil plot of land and surrounded by trees – a lovely spot to watch the sun go down.
They returned to  Somewhere - - which is a small hotel with only 20 rooms (so book in advance) and spent a restful night


Thursday, May 18, 2017

All trips share an inevitable similarity - the waiting

In Issue 18 of Cape+Kantary Gene Mahasmut Bunyaraksh gives you some ideas of what music to bring with you - 
Music for the plane - Claude Debussy's Suite Bergamasque: Clair de Lune - is one which perfectly complements watching the clouds go by and the change in the light - close your eyes and imagine tropical islands hidden beneath those puffy clouds.
He also suggests music to accompany the bus or the train, chilling at the beach and watching the sunset.
Visit us at Cape Panwa Hotel and watch the sunset from the local village


Saturday, April 8, 2017

A new property - Cape Kudu

In the heart of Phang Nga Bay is Koh Yao Noi (little Yao Island) and beause it has fewer ATM's and 7-11 than its older brother Koh Yao Yai, it is still predominantly unspoiled.

Here there is a diversity of attractions – both cultural and natural – for the visitors to enjoy.

From watching the early visitors to the forest around Cape Kudu Hotel; the Oriental Pied Hornbills, - to tasting the local indulgence; a banana and condensed milk 'roti'.
Explore the island on a bicycle or the local transport.
Find out when the 'everything 10 Baht truck' is close by and pay it a visit.
And much, much more, of course.
Find your magazine in any Kasemkij Hotel and other hotels and caf├ęs and decide when you would like to visit next or read it online.