Wanderfolk: Head In The Clouds music festival returns and deals to grab in September – for today, Lifestyle News
Are you preparing for an end-of-year trip? Our travel news article, Wanderfolk, is here to solve the dilemma of which destinations to visit and the best deals for your rocking holiday. This month’s edition brings you booming music festivals, culinary delights from award-winning chefs and the latest staycations. Here’s what to expect:
Ride Cloud Nine in Jakarta and Manila
After a successful tour in Los Angeles last August, 88rising is turning up the heat in Asia in December. Making its long-awaited debut in Jakarta and Manila, the music label amplifying Asian artists gets the party started with its Head In The Clouds Music & Arts Festival.
Headliners this year include Indonesian talent like NIKI and Rich Brian, along with favorites like Joji, Jackson Wang, YOASOBI, Warren Hue and Grammy-nominated special guest electronic producer Kaskade.
88rising’s Head In The Clouds Music & Arts Festival is taking place in Jakarta (December 3-4, 2022) and Manila (December 9-10, 2022). For tickets and more information, click here.
Retreat to Jimbaran
Surrounded by lush gardens in peaceful Jimbaran, Royal Tulip Springhill Resort is a Balinese-themed retreat with spacious hotel rooms and villas for a tranquil getaway.
From now until March 31, 2023, they are offering the ultimate vacation package which includes accommodation in their comfortable Deluxe Room, daily breakfast at Basil & Thyme Restaurant, complimentary airport transfer and free entry to Locca Sea House with a welcome drink for two.
Other perks include 40% off laundry and 20% off food and soft drinks. Prices start from IDR 1,240,000 nett per night, with a minimum stay of two nights.
Cathy Pacific is the return of the biggest sale
Hong Kong carrier Cathay Pacific is welcoming return trips with its Fly Fiesta sale. Enjoy discounted prices starting at just $300 to global destinations on their extensive network. Featured destinations in economy class include Hong Kong ($300), London ($1150), Paris ($1038), Frankfurt ($1038), Madrid ($1060) and New York ($1315).
Travelers also save more when paying with Mastercard, with $100 off a minimum spend of S$800. Limited to first 200 transactions, apply discount code CXMC100 at checkout for travel through Jan 1, 2023
Live well, travel well with Banyan Tree Group
To celebrate 14 years of service, Singaporean multinational hotel brand Banyan Tree has launched its first Live Well campaign, Travel Well. Intertwining this spirit of living well with travel, the campaign invites you to reconnect and recharge with up to 33% savings.
The offer is not only valid on hotel and resort stays at their 60 properties, including their brands Angsana, Cassia, Dhawa, Escape, Garrya, Homm and Veya, but it also applies to spa treatments, select handcrafted gifts and signature spa skincare products.
Banyan Tree Group’s Live Well, Travel Well campaign runs from September 14 to October 4, 2022 for stays between September 14, 2022 and September 30, 2023. To book and more information, click here.
The InterContinental Khao Yai Resort opens its doors
Known for its quirky hotels and Airbnbs, the city of Khao Yai in Thailand has become a must-see destination. The latest to open, the InterContinental Khao Yai explores the golden age of train travel during the reign of King Rama V through its unique design by award-winning architect and interior designer Bill Bensley.
Perched on 42 acres, with 30,000 trees and more than five lakes, the pet-friendly stay is a great option if you’re looking to indulge in nature, relax in the spa, or get started in outdoor adventures. Look forward to a series of opening offers like the Luxury allure in Khao Yaiwhere guests can enjoy breakfast for two, F&B resort credit earned each night, and afternoon tea for two at the resort’s Tea Carriage.
The InterContinental Khao Yai Resort is located at 262 Moo 6 Pong Talong Sub-District, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima, 30450, Thailand. For reservations and more information, click on here.
This article was first published in City Nomads.