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Kirimaya resort offers early-morning, hot-air ballooning.
Kirimaya resort offers early-morning, hot-air ballooning.

TRY a Thailand ballooning adventure for a truly romantic Valentine's Day this year.

Set in more than 300ha of lush greenery bordering a UNESCO World Heritage rainforest and majestic mountain is Kirimaya - an idyllic 64-room resort that combines natural beauty with the chic elegance of contemporary living in Khao Yai, which is a two-hour drive north-east of Bangkok.

Kirimaya offers a choice of luxurious, spacious accommodation including four romantic Tented Villas with indoor private spa pool and outdoor sundeck, as well as a variety of rooms and suites with private terraces, spacious finely appointed interiors and majestic views of the Khao Yai National Park mountain range.

Exquisite Pool Villas are available at neighboring Muthi Maya.

This magical setting is perfect for an early-morning, hot-air balloon flight - floating above the beautiful scenic area dotted with wineries.

Tea, coffee and juices will be served before the flight, and on landing, you will enjoy a sumptuous champagne breakfast complete with a live jazz band.

Each couple will be presented with a certificate souvenir of their balloon flight.

The Kirimaya Ballooning Adventure is available from February 15-28 and is priced about $483 net per person.

Package rates inclusive of luxurious accommodation, breakfast and complimentary Wi-fi are also available starting from about $827 for Plantation View per night.

Visit www.kirimaya.com for more information.

 

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