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Visit Amazing Thailand with TigerAir from SGD56*

From: Tigerair

Visit Amazing Thailand with TigerAir from SGD56*
  • 31 Dec 2016
  • Sep 2016 to Mar 2017
  • SGD 56
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Visit Amazing Thailand with TigerAir from SGD56*

Beautiful beaches, distinctly delicious dishes, and a culture led by ever-welcoming hospitality, Thailand has got it all.

Do some discovering
Marvel at limestone caves naturally formed over millions of years at Phang Nga Bay, Phuket. If you’re in Bangkok for the weekend, make your way to Chatuchak Market to discover wonderful treats and trinkets.

See nature and culture come together
Chiang Mai’s Doi Suthep-Pui National Park is nothing less than magnificent with mountains, waterfalls, wildlife and Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, a temple that’s centuries old.

Eat iconic food
Try Khao Soi, a curry-based noodle soup that hails from northern Thailand. Then go with the crowd favourites. From Phat Thai, Green Curry to the ever-popular Tom Yum soup, Thailand is home to them all.

All-in one-way fares from | Book by 31 Dec 2016:
Destinations Travel Period Fare from*
Krabi 12 Sep 2016 – 22 Mar 2017 SGD 56
Bangkok 5 Sep 2016 – 25 Mar 2017 SGD 64
Chiang Mai 6 Sep 2016 – 23 Mar 2017 SGD 131
Phuket 4 Sep 2016 – 25 Mar 2017 SGD 58
Hat Yai 18 Sep 2016 – 25 Mar 2017 SGD 78

* Promotional fare shown is for one-way travel, inclusive of taxes and excludes $9 booking fee per passenger per sector for credit card payments. Payment by AXS is charged at $5 per transaction. Promotion is only applicable on selected Tigerair flights booked online by 31 Dec (11.59pm GMT+8). Seats are limited and may not be available on peak travel dates. Conditions apply.

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