- By Kurt Ganapathy
- | Dec 15, 2011
Chiang Mai will get a dose of 19th century British colonial charm on January 1 with the launch of 137 Pillars House.
Nestled alongside the Ping River, the hotel is located only a few minutes away from popular tourist spots and a host of riverside boutiques and restaurants. 137 Pillars house will debut with its Chinese New Year Chunyun Celebration package which includes round trip airport limousine transfers, three night’s accommodation in a Rajah Brooke Suite, a five course Chinese degustation dinner for two and a 60-minute aromatherapy massage session for two.
Aside from that, the hotel will also feature an array of New Year festivities such as floating lantern ceremonies. The Chunyun package is available from January 20-30 at B34,310 (S$1,430), with additional nights charged at the best available rates.
Visit 137 Pillars’ website to book.