Booking.com, the global digital travel company, recently rolled out its campervan, Bangkok Booking Bus, providing an exciting alternative to travellers in accommodation. The self-contained vehicle with distinctive Thai design is parked alongside the Chao Phraya River.
Amid the trend for alternative accommodation, a research commissioned by Booking.com revealed that more travellers were exploring different property types.
Over two-fifths or 42 per cent of Thai travellers wish to stay at least once in a unique accommodation – not only to feel inspired but to impress their friends by turning to alternatives as a way of expressing their individuality.
Available exclusively on Booking.com and accommodating up to two people for one night only, it is stationed at Asiatique on the riverfront with its vast array of night entertainment options, making the stay a truly unforgettable experience.
Once inside the campervan, guests will be greeted with a welcome hamper in its unique interior, encapsulating some of Bangkok’s most iconic spots. It also offers a complete range of facilities for a comfortable stay.
Booking of the Bangkok Booking Bus for Saturday (February 22) will open at 8pm on Thursday (February 20). The one-night-only stay for 2 guests is priced at Bt2000.
This unique staycation on wheels can be reserved exclusively at https://www.booking.com/hotel/
Michelle Gao, Regional Manager at Booking.com, said the Bangkok Booking Bus was just one of the many unforgettable experiences for our customers, among the offers of over 6.2 million listings in homes, apartments and other unique places.
“Situated at Asiatique alongside the Chao Phraya River, we’re delighted to be able to couple this exclusive stay with all that the location has to offer to our travellers, from the night market to amazing dining options,” she said.
Once the lucky guests have completed their stay, Booking.com will donate the campervan to Local Alike, a Thai travel social enterprise focusing on the local communities, and a 2017 Booking Booster participant. It will then make use of it in its sustainability journey.