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BOOK DIRECT FOR A COMPLIMENTARY MASSAGE

Enjoy a 75 minute massage of choice for 2 persons with our compliments to start off your holiday on a celebratory note when you book a minimum stay of 3 nights direct with our resort.

ROMANCE - 3 NIGHT HONEYMOON

A wonderfully romantic package that combines 3 nights accommodation, a private trip to Bamboo Island and more.

EXPERIENCE 4 NIGHT OFFER

This special offer combines 4 nights’ accommodation with 3 dining experiences and a healing spa therapy.

ROMANCE - 7 NIGHT HONEYMOON

A wonderfully romantic package that combines 7 nights accommodation, a private trip to Phi Phi Island and more.

BONUS NIGHT OFFER

Stay longer for less with our Bonus Night Offer & enjoy world-class accommodation.

FOOD 4 GOOD


Established in 2014 with a mission of improving health and wellness through nutrition for underprivileged children in Thailand, Food4Good was founded as a collaborative effort between 7 restaurants. Today the network has grown to 20 restaurants with over 400 branches spread across Thailand. Participating restaurants are using their businesses as a means by which to solve the pressing problem of undernourishment and lack of adequate food for less fortunate members of society, mainly children, by selecting one or more high-quality dish from their menu, and, donating part of the revenue earned from its sales to projects working to feed children in need.

Food4Good is available as an option for customers every time they enjoy a meal in participating restaurants. Rayavadee and Tamarind Village, Rayavadee’s sister property in Chiang Mai, donate 1 Thai Baht for every dish ordered from all of its restaurants throughout the year. 

Food4Good is working hard to improve the well-being of children and adolescents by supporting a number of foundations, including:

  • Sahathai Foundation
  • Foundation for Children with Disability
  • Baan Nokkamin Foundation

Together, these foundations are dedicated to helping more than 1,000 children and adolescents, and intend to expand their work even further throughout Thailand in the future. Food4Good wishes to invite other restaurants to this cause; to bring together their intentions, expertise, and resources to solve Thailand’s problem of malnutrition in children and adolescents. Food4Good is hoping to become a role model to show the power of collaboration in bringing forward positive change in Thai society. To find out more, visit Food4Good’s website at www.food4good.in.th or facebook.com/food4good or IG: food4goodth or contact the Project Manager at Prapapan.b@ybf.premier.co.th