Friday, April 7, 2017

Anantara Vacation Club Celebrates Songkran In Phuket

Anantara Vacation Club Phuket
Anantara Vacation Club Mai Khao Phuket celebrates the Thai Songkran festivities with brunch, buffet dinner, family activities and annual turtle release ceremony.

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SONGKRAN & EASTER IN PHUKET

Anantara Vacation Club Phuket

At Anantara Vacation Club Mai Khao Phuket, Songkran and Easter will be marked with special menus, activities and the annual turtle release.

“We are excited to offer our Club Points Owners the opportunity to experience these special holidays at our Anantara Club Resorts,” said Melanie Smith, Anantara Vacation Club’s Vice President of Club Operations. “Anantara Vacation Club is proud to provide our Club Points Owners with access to authentic cultural and recreational activities in order to create indelible travel memories.”

THAI NEW YEAR AT THE ANANTARA VACATION CLUB IN PHUKET


Anantara Vacation Club Phuket

Anantara Vacation Club Mai Khao Phuket will be celebrating the Thai New Year, known as the Songkran Festival, on April 13. The holiday will be marked with an afternoon of activities on-site, followed by a traditional Thai seafood buffet dinner at Chaam Restaurant.

The festivities kick off with a Songkran parade featuring a long drum player, followed by water boxing, a pool splash party, paddle floating, balloon darts and can shooting. At Chaam Restaurant, guests will be treated to a full Thai seafood buffet with live music and a fire dance.

ABOUT THE ANNUAL TURTLE RELEASE ON MAI KHAO BEACH

On April 14, the annual turtle and shark release event will be held on Mai Khao beach. Each year, the Mai Khao Marine Turtle Foundation collects turtle eggs between November and February and stores them at the Phuket Marine Biological Centre hatchery.

Young hatchlings are then protected for one year to improve their chance of survival. Likewise, the Phuket Marine Biological Centre hatchery breeds bamboo sharks, which are struggling to maintain their numbers in Thailand’s waters. Those who adopt a turtle or bamboo shark will be invited to a special ceremony which sees them being released back into sea.

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