7 Suites in The Oriental Luxury Suites Tagaytay, Alfonso, Cavite, Philippines

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The 7 Suites of The Oriental Luxury Suites Tagaytay are designed with the class and elegance similar to an oriental palace . Each suite is named after a city located in Thailand. The interiors highlight the characteristics of asian royalty through the use of southeastern shape patterns, premium silk and cotton materials, and the gold and indigo hues. All Rooms are equipped with the necessary amenities (e.g. WIFI, robes, toiletries, TV, aircon, etc) for a leisurely stay.

Here are the 7 Suites of The Oriental Luxury Suites Tagaytay and the cities that they represent.

1.) Railay

Railay (or Rai Leh) is a small peninsula that is only accessible by boat due to the high limestone cliffs cutting off mainland access. These cliffs attract rock climbers from all over the world, but the area is also a popular attraction in Thailand due to its beautiful beaches and quiet relaxing atmosphere. Almost every patch of buildable land fronting in the eastern and western part of the peninsula has been taken over by bungalow resorts, and development is creeping up into the forest behind. But at least, there are no high-rise buildings. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)

2.) Kanchanaburi

Kanchanaburi is located in the western part of Thailand just few hours away from Bangkok. The climate of Kanchanaburi, cooled by the altitude, forest, and rivers is an embracing invite of rest from the heat and congestion of the nearby capital city. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)

3.) Chiang Rai

The northernmost city in Thailand, Chiang Rai, serves as the main commercial hub of the Golden Triangle, which contains the borders of Thailand, Laos, Myanmar. A busy town offering something for everyone. Chiang Rai is often used as a base for exploring the surrounding region. The town itself is quiet during the day, when most of its package tourists are out on day trips, but at night the neon lights flash on and souvenir stalls and restaurants spring into action. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)

4.) Ayuthaya

Ayuthaya was the second capital of the Siamese Kingdom. European travellers in the early 16th century called Ayutthaya one of the three great powers of Asia (alongside Vijayanagar and China). (Swipe below photo for more pictures)

5.) Chiang Mai

Surrounded by the mountains of northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is a flourishing city often used as a base among both backpackers and tourists wishing to explore the lush landscapes, hill tribes and outdoor adventures of the region. Nevertheless, Chiang Mai itself is a large and culturally important city where historical and modern Thai architecture and traditions co-exist. A walk around the historic center bestows views of old city walls and dozens of Buddhist tenmples. However, the most famous of these temples, Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, lies outside Chiang Mai on a mountainside overlooking the city. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)

6.) Khao Sok

Considered by many to be one of Thailand’s most beautiful wildlife reserves. It is covered by the oldest evergreen rainforest in the world and huge limestone mountains. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)

7.) Phanom Rung

Sitting on the extinct volcano in northeastern Thailand, Phanom Rung is a Hindu shrine complex regarded for its outstanding architecture. Located near the village of Nang Rong, this temple sanctuary was built by the Khmer culture between 10th and 13th centuries as a dedication to the Hindu god, Shiva. Constructed of sandstone and laterite, Phanom Rung was built to represent Mount Kailash, the sacred home of Shiva. The complex faces east, and four times a year the sun shines through all the 15 sanctuary doorways. During these events the park extends its hours, and locals celebrate the Phanom Rung Festival around the April alignment, with ancient Brahmin ceremonies and modern sound-and-light shows. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)

Enjoy a Unique Oriental experience with The Oriental Luxury Suites Tagaytay. DM your inquiries on their facebook page, email tagaytay@theorientalhotels.com or inquiry@theorientalhotels.com or contact 09957884429. 

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