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The Australian mahout blog

06:09pm, Monday 23 March 2015

One of our favourite visitors at the resort is Jenny Dickens, an Australian zoo-worker who is a trained mahout. She comes to Thailand two or three times a year bringing small groups who tend elephants and learn about conservation before coming to Faasai Resort and Spa for some relaxation and pampering. Jenny is always hugely welcome when she comes - she loves to try new things such as rice ...more

Beyond Borders: Rethink ASEAN Ecotourism

04:10pm, Friday 20 March 2015

In addition to its natural beauties, Southeast Asia has warm weather, cultural diversity, amazing eco-systems, easy accessibility and affordability. Little wonder that it is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world. It is about to get even more popular, as this year it will join together in a new common market, the ASEAN Economic Community. This means more roads and rail ...more

Beautiful season blog

11:55am, Thursday 10 April 2014

Many people wonder what is the best time for a holiday in Thailand. While each season has its charms March and April are perhaps the most beautiful months at Faasai. The highlight of the resort (apart from the staff) is our gardens and at this time of year we have a succession of flowering trees coming into bloom. The first to flower in March are the jacaranda trees which are growing along ...more

Creating an edible tropical garden blog

03:50pm, Thursday 16 May 2013

At first glance we have what appears to be a normal resort garden with palms, bougainvillea, clipped hedges, fountains and lawns. However as they stroll around the gardens, perceptive guests will notice the diversity of plants, trees and flowers bustling with bees, butterflies and birds, and they may even spot a member of staff gathering some delicacies from the trees for lunch or ...more

A visit from the magic bus

Jungles and waterfalls - the day Alex went swimming with the fishes

Practical Self-sufficiency in Thailand. Lessons from the Financial Crisis

Why we need trees

Tropical fruit season in Chanthaburi

Faasai Resort to host permaculture design course in September


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