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KTC, Mekong Cruises and Bangkok Airways
offer scenic cruises in Laos at most special prices.

                         “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, Mekong Cruises and Bangkok Airways jointly offer specially priced packages for members who have a fondness for the nature with the quality of “The Luang Say Lodge and Cruise”. One night accommodation is provided at “The Luang Say Lodge”. This 2-day, 1-night package is priced at only 8,900 Baht per person, (US$278) “The Wat Poo Cruise”, features a classical teak wood boat as your vessel; The 3-day, 2-night package is offered at only 11,900 Baht per person (US$380). The last option is a relaxing stay in “Luang Prabang”, a world heritage center, at a five-star, French Colonial style accommodation of “The Luang Say Residence”. The 3-day, 2-night package for two people with breakfast, dinner and airport shuttle costs at the price of only 18,900 Baht (US$620), from 1 November 2013 to 30 April, 2014. Payment has to be made only by KTC credit card and will be charged in U.S dollars.


             Special for KTC credit card members who choose to travel by Bangkok Airways’ flight on the Bangkok to Luang Prabang route, members can present only a boarding pass or make any purchase of Mekong Cruise packages by KTC-Bangkok Airways credit card to grant more privileges as follows: purchasing The Luang Say Residence package to get Absinthe Cocktails (1 glass per person) and purchasing The Luang Say Lodge and Cruise package or The Wat Poo Cruise package to get Mekong Explorer Cocktail (1 glass per person)


             For more information on flight tickets, please contact KTC World Travel Services Center at 02-665-5050. Additional details on Mekong Cruise package can be obtained from Mekong Cruises at 02-689-0425 or Alternatively members may choose instead to visit (tickets section) or



For more information, please contact                                                                                  

Public and Corporate Affairs

Krungthai Card Public Company Limited

Kandtharat  Chermchitphong                    Tel.  02-828-5057

Suchada  Weerasakulrak                          Tel.  02-828-5732

Nutchanok  Somsawat                             Tel.  02-828-5048 Fax. 02-828-5046 E-mail:

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