Celebrate a special Golden Week with up to 20% off room rates
Plus complimentary breakfast
This year, Golden Week is extra special because it coincides with the Mid Autumn Festival and National Day.
To celebrate, IHG® Rewards Club is offering you up to 20% discount on room rates at participating hotels in Southeast Asia and Korea, as long as you book your Golden Week holiday before 15 September 2017. If you book after 15 September 2017, you’ll still enjoy up to 5% discount.
To enjoy the special rates, just make sure you book between 30 August 2017 and 16 October 2017 for stays between 22 September 2017 and 23 October 2017.
Complimentary breakfast for your entire stay
If you’re a China, Hong Kong and Macau passport holder, China permanent resident or working visa holder, you’ll also enjoy complimentary buffet breakfasts for two at all participating IHG® Hotels in Southeast Asia and Korea, for the duration of your stay.
That’s right. A complimentary, full buffet breakfast.
Whether you crave the beautiful beaches of Vietnam, high end shopping in Singapore or the bustling buzz of Bangkok, this year’s Golden Week is the ideal time to escape to an IHG® Hotel.
Book direct to secure these offers
To take up these fabulous member offers just book direct on IHG.com, via the IHG® app or over the phone. Download and print the offer voucher and present it to our staff at check in.
Then relax and enjoy your holiday.
SINGAPORE – FUTURISTIC CITY WITH STORIES TO TELL
Singapore seems to be moving into the future faster than most. But look beyond the gleaming skyline, hyper-connected population and efficient public transport system and you’ll find plenty of history, mystery and natural wonder. It’s a true melting pot of people and experiences.
THAILAND – WARM, GENEROUS, REFRESHING AND RELAXED
There’s plenty to make you smile in Thailand. World-renowned food, the hustle and bustle of Bangkok, glorious beaches, brilliant temples, enchanting countryside and of course that famously warm welcome.
VIETNAM – A VIBRANT MIX THAT DAZZLES THE SENSES
Delicate, subtle, refreshing cuisine, a young and optimistic population, lively and welcoming cities, a long, meandering tropical coastline, a majestic hinterland and rhythms of rural life that appear unchanged by progress. It’s no exaggeration to say that Vietnam really does have it all.
INDONESIA – LAND OF DIFFERENCES THAT DEFIES DESCRIPTION
Diverse doesn’t begin to describe the myriad of people, places, lifestyles and experiences in Indonesia. Stretching some 5,000km from Western Sumatra to Eastern Papua, the country comprises 17,000 islands and a population of more than 250 million. There’s always something new around the corner.
CAMBODIA – OF TEMPLES AND TURBULENT HISTORY
The majestic and breathtaking temple, Angkor Wat looms large over any mention of Cambodia. But there is more to this remarkable country. Phnom Penh and Siem Reap have recovered from the ravages of the 1970s and are now thriving and surprisingly sophisticated cities.
LAOS - UNSPOILED JEWEL OF SOUTHEAST ASIA
Languorous, laid-back, land-locked Laos. Southeast Asia’s least urbanized country is low on hustle and bustle but high on timeless authenticity. Explore the easy charm of the capital Vientiane or travel North to soulful and historic Luang Prabang. Be sure to take time out to witness the glory the Mekong River.
MALAYSIA – FULL OF DELIGHTFUL SURPRISES
From wild jungles to temperate highlands, from breathtaking wild life to city high rises, from historic trading posts to luxury beach resorts there really is something for everyone in this surprisingly accessible yet varied country.
PHILLIPINES – SPANISH HERITAGE IN AN ASIAN WORLD
The Phillipines offers colonial architecture, mega-cities, stunning tropical islands, brilliant live music and a decidedly Catholic culture. Mix in a relentlessly friendly and positive local population and you have a country that, in spite of its difficulties, always finds a way to charm you.
SOUTH KOREA – MODERN POWERHOUSE WITH RESPECT FOR TRADITION
Thriving, striving South Korea manages to mix the unbridled success and energy of Seoul with a calm reverence for the old ways. The annual calendar is full of festivals and the local cuisine is replete with delicious surprises.
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Singapore is all about accessibility. Public transport is fast, efficient and cheap. Taxis are numerous and Uber and Grab are well established. So the only real challenge is deciding what to do. Here are a few suggestions:
Gardens By The Bay – ever popular, these diverse indoor and outdoor gardens cover over 100 hectares of reclaimed land. Look out for the otters in the revitalised Singapore River.
Chinatown – the historic district is a bustling mix of old and new, filled with traditional shops and markets as well as cool stores and cafes.
National Gallery Singapore - the region’s newest and largest museum of modern Singaporean and Southeast Asian art is housed in two of Singapore’s national monuments.
Tiong Bahru – a renowned hipster neighborhood full of funky cafés, authentic local food experiences and historic architecture.
Singapore Botanic Gardens – this UNESCO world heritage site is a sanctuary for Singaporeans and a treasure trove for plant lovers.
Sentosa – Singapore’s playground offers sandy beaches, waterfront cafes, great hotels and the excitement of Universal Studios Singapore™.
With a famed national cuisine, lively cities, tropical coastline, and rural enclaves that hark back to a simpler way of life, Vietnam has much to offer.
Ho Chi Minh City – the country’s fastest growing city is famed for grand old hotels, excellent food and unique museum experiences.
Nha Trang – a short flight from Ho Chi Minh, Nha Trang is Vietnam’s favourite beach destination with great diving and cultural attractions.
Hanoi – the Northern capital features a delightful old quarter with street hawkers, art galleries and ancient temples. It’s also the resting place of Ho Chi Minh himself.
Halong Bay - a UNESCO World Heritage site, spectacular Halong Bay is famous for its 1,600 limestone islands, which are best seen by boat.
Sapa - the Northwest market town is a base for trekking through spectacular scenery and authentic home stays with welcoming local hill-tribe people. There’s an overnight train from Hanoi.
Whether you’re looking for a tropical beach holiday, authentic street food, peaceful temples or a rural escape, welcoming Thailand is sure to have what you’re looking for.
Bangkok – ride a tuk tuk, catch a riverboat, experience the floating markets, step into ancient temples and palaces, and savour the best Thai food of your life. It’s all waiting for you in bustling Bangkok.
Koh Samet – not too far from Bangkok, the island of Koh Samet boasts some of Thailand’s most idyllic beaches. Tourist-friendly but not yet overrun, you’ll enjoy diving, local villages and wildlife.
Sukhothai – this UNESCO World Heritage Site in central Thailand dates back to the 13th century, the golden age of Thai civilization. Full of temples and Buddhas, much of the old ruins have been restored.
Chiang Mai – the Northern capital runs at an altogether more relaxed pace than Bangkok. Enjoy the mountain air, stroll the historic streets and savour the culinary delights of the region.
Elephant Nature Park – a short trip from Chiang Mai, the Elephant Nature Park is a rescue and rehabilitation center for these gracious creatures. Visitors can volunteer to help the elephants and other animals under the Park’s care.
This archipelago-nation is home to some of the most unforgettable experiences nature has to offer. And while Jakarta is far from a perfect city, it’s worth a short stay to experience its invigorating can-do attitude.
Bali – If you go to one place in Indonesia, make it Bali. Yes, it’s popular but that’s for a good reason. It has everything: beaches, volcanoes, terraced paddy fields, great resorts, golf, and excellent diving. But the thing that you will remember forever are the Balinese themselves.
Komodo National Park - declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986, Komodo National Park is the home of the unique and rare Komodo Dragon. The Park is also famed for its pristine diving conditions.
Krakatoa – Only a few hours from Jakarta between Sumatra and Java is the volcanic island of Krakatoa. Krakatoa is most famous for the cataclysmic eruption of 1883, which wreaked havoc in the region and altered global climate for years. These days it’s a popular tourist destination, which also offers excellent diving.
Jakarta – it may not be the best example of urban planning but sprawling, chaotic Jakarta is full of initiative and optimism. With a thriving food scene, museums and plenty of shopping, it will keep even the most discerning fashionistas happy.
Orangutans – these great apes are only found on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo. Bukit Lawang in North Sumatra is an ideal base from which to visit wild Orangutans in Gunung Leuser National Park.
Golden Week Promotion: Stay in South East Asia and Korea paticipating hotels between 22 September 2017 and 23 October 2017 and receive a complimentary breakfast daily (2 adults per room maximum).
This Offer is only available to China, Hong Kong or Macau passport holders or foreign passport holders who provide evidence that they are a resident in China, Hong Kong or Macau. Must be an IHG® Rewards Club member and must download the IHG App to participate in this Offer ("Registration"). Must book Your Rate or Advance Purchase Rate booked on any official IHG website or Central Reservations Office at participating InterContinental®, Crowne Plaza®, Hotel Indigo®, Holiday Inn®, Staybridge Suites® or Holiday Inn Express® hotels in South East Asia and Korea between 30 August 2017 and 16 October 2017 and have been consumed by the member between 22 September 2017 and 23 October 2017 (both dates inclusive). Complimentary buffet breakfast will be provided to a maximum of 2 adults per room and will be in the restaurant appointed by the participating hotel. The number of complementary breakfasts is redeemed based on total number of people registered and stayed in the room. This Offer is subject to the standard IHG Rewards Club Membership Terms and Conditions and earning structure, which can be obtained by visiting www.ihgrewardsclub.com. IHG reserves the right to stop provision of the complimentary breakfast or cancel a member’s account if fraudulent use of the Offer is detected. To the extent permitted by applicable law, IHG® Rewards Club reserves the right to cancel, suspend and/or modify the Promotion/Offer at any time with or without notice. To the extent permitted by applicable law, IHG reserves the right of final interpretation of this Offer.
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