EAST AFRICA SAFARIS
Answer the call of the wild and travel to Kenya for a picnic at a game reserve and to interact with the native Masai people.
The eight-day, five-night Deks Air Travel and Tours package starts from $3,210 and is valid the whole month of June. It includes airfare on Thai Airways, transfer on Kenya Airways, accommodation and meals.
Pay separately for Kenya entry visa, which costs US$25 (S$36).
From Nov 1 to Dec 15, the same tour starts from $3,290.
For details and booking, call Deks Air Travel And Tours on 6338-3975 or go to www.deksair.com
THREE-DAY SILKAIR SPECIALS
From as little as $336, you can enjoy three-day-two-night holidays to regional destinations such as Phuket.
These two-to-go packages include return economy class flights, hotel stays and airport transfers.
These deals are part of SilkAir's Great Singapore Sale promotions.
Free gifts such as cabin bags, dining vouchers and SilkAir T-shirts also await customers who visit the SilkAir Holidays Roadshow at Garden Court Level 1, Raffles City Shopping Centre from Friday to next Thursday.
Another bonus: Customers who spend a minimum of $50 at Raffles City Shopping Centre during the Great Singapore Sale from Friday to June 28 stand to win attractive holiday packages to SilkAir destinations.
For more details, call Tradewinds on 6438-8822 or go to www.silkairholidays.com
VIETNAM GOLF SPECIALS
Take on Vietnam's top golfing greens while staying at some of the best hotels in the country.
For US$81 (S$117) a person a night, you can stay in a standard room at the historic Novotel Dalat hotel, play 18 holes of golf with a caddie at the Dalat Palace Golf Club and have breakfast at Cafe de la Poste. Upgrade to a suite for US$139 a night.
For even more luxurious experience, stay at the five-star Sofitel Dalat Palace, which is offering a superior room with breakfast and 18 holes of golf with a caddie at the Dalat Palace Golf Club for US$150 a person a night.
For details, call (84-8)3520-2045, e-mail email@example.com or go to www.vietnamgolfresorts.com
This article was first published in The Straits Times.