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Four Seasons Resort – Chiang Mai

Saturday, June 9th, 2012

FOUR SEASONS RESORT CHIANG MAI >> There’s never a better time for a family getaway than summertime. And this year, Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai is introducing the Family Escape – Two Rooms Package, letting parents and kids spend time together when they want to, but also giving them their own space to enjoy. The package, designed especially for families with children under the age of 18 years, includes a second Pavilion at 50 percent off the room rate of the first.

Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai provides the perfect destination for a family getaway. With complimentary access to the Kids For All Seasons programme, opportunities to learn how to plant rice with the Resort’s team of rice farmers, a chance to get up-close-and-personal with Tong and Tone the resident water buffalo, or a mountain bike ride to the nearby village, there are plenty of activities for kids and adults alike. Budding chefs, both big and small, can learn the secrets of Thai cuisine with a cooking class for all the family at the Cooking School, and if all of this activity gets too much, the new kids’ and teens’ Spa treatments will provide a much-deserved bit of relaxation.

All this, combined with the luxury of extra space. What more could the family need to create lasting memories of a great summer getaway?

To make a booking, please call +66 (0) 53 298 181 or email us.

Charity Concert to Benefit Viengping Children’s Home – Chiang Mai

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011


Saturday January 22nd Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai

Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai will be holding its annual charity concert in aid of the Viengping Children’s Home, Chiang Mai, an orphanage caring for babies and children with HIV, on Saturday January 22nd.

HE Admiral ML Usni Pramoj, Privy Councillor and renowned musician, will perform String Quartet in F major, Op 77, No 2 by Joseph Haydn, and his own composition, String Quintet No 1 for two violins, viola and violoncello.
Amongst the musicians accompanying him will be the concertmaster of the Princess Galyani Institute of Music.

The evening starts at 5:30 pm with a cocktail reception, followed by the hour-long concert in the Resort’s Rachawadee Residence. Tickets are available with a minimum donation of THB850, or THB1,300 plus 17.7 percent applicable tax and service charge, the price including an alfresco buffet dinner with live-action stations at the Resort’s Cooking School.
Ticket holders will be eligible to enter a draw for weekend stays, spa treatments and cooking classes at Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai.
For guests who would like to make the evening last that little bit longer, Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai has created a special package that includes:
• Elegant accommodations for two in a Garden Pavilion on the night of Friday,
  January 21st and/or Saturday, January 22nd; 
• Two tickets for the concert; 
• Welcome cocktail reception and refreshments during the intermission; 
• 20% discount on food at Sala Mae Rim and Terraces during the stay.

The package rate is THB 9,999 per room per night, based on double occupancy and inclusive of applicable tax and service charge. For enquiries and to make a booking, please contact the Resort by telephone at +66 (0) 53 298 181, or e-mail
Viengping Children’s Home was established in 1986 as a baby care unit attached to the Chiang Mai Boys’ Home, and is under the auspices of the Department of Public Welfare. The home was extended in 1988 to care for all orphaned children in the Northern region before being changed in 1997 to cater to babies and children up to the age of six years, and girls aged seven to 18 years.
The home also cares for children who are HIV-positive from birth and children orphaned as a result of the deaths of AIDS-infected parents. Viengping was the first orphanage in Thailand to take in children with HIV and initially accepted children from across the country. Other homes have followed its lead, and Viengping now cares for infected children from the 17 Northern provinces.