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BANYAN TREE BANGKOK SPONSORS
A TREAT FOR THE BANGKOK SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND
Ms. Nopparat Aumpa (front row, 5th from left), General Manager of Banyan Tree Bangkok recently visited the Foundation for the Blind in Thailand (Under the Patronage of H.M. the Queen) together with hotel associates to organize a special meal and donated computers for the students of The Bangkok School for the Blind.
This activity is a part of the Banyan Tree’s Corporate Social Responsibility program which holds empowerment of local communities and concern for the environment as cornerstones of its philosophy. The other community and environmental projects to which Banyan Tree Bangkok is committed include:
Seedlings A group-wide initiative with three phases of mentorship, scholarship, and internship, to support children risk.
Greening Communities a Banyan Tree initiative, to involve guests, associates and community members in a 10-year tree planting program.
About Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts
The leading international operator in the boutique resort, residences and spa industry, Banyan Tree offers a signature blend of romance and travel with a green conscience. The philosophy behind the hotels, resorts, residences, spas, retail galleries and destination club is based on rejuvenation of the body, mind and soul – a Sanctuary for the Senses. Angsana Hotels and Resorts is the ideal complement to Banyan Tree, comprising contemporary, chic and ecologically sensitive retreats. Based in areas of outstanding natural beauty and exciting city hubs, Angsana hotels, resorts, residences, spas and retail galleries reflect the spirit and communities of its environment.
To date, the Banyan Tree Group manages and/or has ownership interests close to 30 resorts and hotels, over 60 spas and 80 retail galleries; as well as three golf courses.
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