Go on a culinary adventure this long weekend

The Elizabeth Hotel in Singapore (Pic credit: Hotels.com)
Get your grub on with Hotels.com

Malaysia – Some people eat to live but others live to eat. Food is a way of life for many, and especially for the people of South East Asia. Explore all the culinary wonders that South East Asia has to offer with Hotels.com to enjoy great savings on your accommodation.

Slurp up a bowl of steaming Phó after exploring the Cú Chi tunnels of Ho Chi Minh while washing it down with aromatic Vietnamese coffee. Not a fan of noodles? No problem! Nourish your soul with some hardy Báhn Mí instead.

Craving for a little spice? Indulge in some Gaeng Hang Lay in Chiang Mai. But if that doesn’t float your boat, have a plate (or two) of Chicken Rice in Singapore.

Book by 30 October 2015 and enjoy discounts of up to 30%. All deals are valid for travel by 17 December 2015 on Hotels.com.

Ho Chi Minh City

Hotel Continental Saigon – (4 stars)
Stay 2 nights and save 25%
Rooms start from RM 337* per night on Hotels.com

Grand Hotel Saigon – (5 stars)
Stay 3 nights and save 25%
Rooms start from RM 356* per night on Hotels.com

Chiang Mai

Yaang Come Village – (4 stars)
Seasonal deal: save 30%
Rooms start from RM 382* per night on Hotels.com

Royal Princess Chiang Mai – (3.5 stars)
Stay 1 night and save 15%
Rooms start from RM 168* per night on Hotels.com


Furama RiverFront – (4 stars)
Stay 7 nights and save 25%
Rooms start from RM 505* per night on Hotels.com

The Elizabeth Hotel – (3.5 stars)
Stay 1 night and save 20%
Room start from RM 505* per night on Hotels.com


*All prices and deals are correct as of 15 October 2015 but are subject to change. Terms and conditions apply; please see specific details for each hotel listed below by clicking at the hotel of your interest. Search with your preferred dates for travel to see the discounted rates for your stay. All prices listed do not include tax and fees. For more deals and information please visit www.hotels.com.


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