Owner Travel Stories
Hear what our Club Points Owners had to say about their holiday with Anantara Vacation Club.
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Desert Dreams Come TrueCynthia Huang
The UAE was the last stop on our 2 month journey around the globe. While we expected to encounter great experiences, nothing could prepare us for what was to come at Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara.
The Anantara Vacation Club Experience: An Insider’s ReviewCheng Soi Lai
My husband and I joined Anantara Vacation Club in 2012. We are both retirees. We always dreamed of spending our golden years travelling leisurely and seeing the world together. Anantara Vacation Club came at just the right time when we were both reaching our retirement age. After learning more about the Club and its benefits, we decided to become Club Points Owners.
Honeymoon Holidays in Mai Khao, PhuketJennarong Lun-In
A little over a year ago, my wife and I decided to take the first steps in becoming part of the Anantara Vacation Club family! We were celebrating our honeymoon, and decided to try one of the mini vacation offers for a Two Bedroom Pool Villa at Anantara Vacation Club Mai Khao Phuket. We were highly impressed from the moment we stepped inside the hotel.
Maldives Memories: A Wedding To RememberChen-Yu Huang
Many people are attracted to the Maldives' crystal clear waters and luxurious over water bungalows. Yet, a trip to Maldives is never as simple as, 'pay and go'. They say, “if you love someone, bring them to the Maldives, and if you hate that person, ask them to choose an island”.
Serenity in the Wilderness: A Journey to Chiang RaiSung hee Choo
In December 2018, my family and I took some time to go visit Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp and Resort in Chiang Mai. While it was fantastic for all of us, it was particularly unforgettable for my little granddaughter.
8 Days in the Heart of New ZealandKok Leong Wong
My last visit to the lovely country of New Zealand was back in 1991. My wife and I were travelling with our three children ages 11, 8 and 5. Our typical accommodation was that of a Motor Camp wherever we spent the night, Queenstown included. It was a fun filled family holiday, and the kids were happy to sleep on bunk beds and enjoy 'home cooked' meals. That was before we bought into the Anantara Vacation Club membership.