Concierge: Chan Brothers Sale


Today is the last day of the Chan Brothers Travel's Celebration Sale. Deals include a seven-day tour of Shikoku and Osaka, starting at $3,188; and a seven-night, nine-day tour of Gold Coast, Sydney and Melbourne, starting at $1,638.

Both deals include up to $400 off a couple and prices exclude taxes and surcharges.

Travellers who charge $3,800 in new bookings to their Citibank credit card will receive a free limited-edition 24-inch trolley luggage, while stocks last.

For more information, call 6438-8880 or go to Chan Brothers Travel Powerhouse, 150 South Bridge Road, Fook Hai Building, Levels 1 and 7.


Dynasty Travel is launching a new Little Travellers' Club kids' loyalty programme, said to be the first of its kind among travel agencies here.

Family holidays make up 55 per cent of Dynasty Travel's market and 23 per cent of its customer base are children between three and 11 years old.

Now, kids in this age group can earn points as they travel.

With a sign-up membership fee of $50 a child, members of the Little Travellers' Club will enjoy birthday treats, photography workshops, travel talks and a sign-up treat worth $100 that includes a sling travel bag, a travel stationery set and a $50 Dynasty Travel voucher.

The more they travel, the more points they earn, which can be redeemed for theme park tickets, cinema tickets, food and beverage and shopping vouchers as well as trips.

To learn more, check out the launch of the Little Travellers' Club at Dynasty Travel's Thanksgiving Fair today at Suntec West Atrium from 11am to 8pm, or e-mail


Emirates is offering deals to Europe as part of the Great Singapore Sale.

All-inclusive economy class fares from Singapore start at $985 to Amsterdam; $1,025 to Barcelona; and $1,055 to London, Birmingham and Paris.

The sale ends tomorrow, for travel till March 31 next year.

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Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas is opening its first hotel in Cambodia next year.

Six Senses Krabey Island will boast 40 pool villas set around the pristine, naturally landscaped 12ha island in the Gulf of Thailand, which is surrounded by deep, clear water - perfect for snorkelling and other water activities.

The resort's spa will feature the Six Senses speciality menu as well as several ancient Cambodian healing traditions and multi-day rejuvenation journeys.

The spa - which will house a meditation cave, nail bar, gym, outdoor yoga sala and juice bar - will also feature Six Senses Integrative Wellness, detox, yoga and workshops.

To get to the resort, guests will arrive at the Six Senses mainland reception before taking a short water transfer to the island.

Sihanoukville Airport is a 10-minute drive from the mainland jetty, while Phnom Penh International Airport is a 31/2-hour drive away and Siem Reap International Airport is an 81/2- hour drive away.

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Lydia Vasko

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on July 10, 2016, with the headline 'Concierge'. Print Edition | Subscribe