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The Sarojin launches 'Sarojin Cares Gastronomy' package

The package blends a range of food-lover treats with fresh produce and dining experiences.

Following  the launch of its wellness-fuelled 'Sarojin Cares' packages, luxury boutique residence The Sarojin has launched a gastronomic option, 'Sarojin Cares Gastronomy'.

Targeted at foodie guests who enjoy the finer tastes in food and wine, the package blends in locally sourced produced and ethical dining. 

Starting from approximately £1,977, two guests can enjoy six nights in a Garden Residence at the resort, including all day breakfast with sparkling wine, a 'Street Food for Kids' cooking class, a 'Glimpses of Local Life' tour (with visits to a cashew factory, Takuapa local market, a local tea shop, a palm oil plantation, a rubber tree plantation, a coconut farm, a local prawn farm and a visit to the Ban Nam Khem fishing village) and a private dining experience at a Jungle Waterfall, and private transfers to and from Phuket International Airport. 

After an action-packed day around local towns and markets, the package also offers a 60-minute Thai or aromatherapy massage for two at the resort's The Pathways Spa, followed by a Spa Cuisine Lunch and detox smoothies. 

Price is based on two adults sharing a Garden Residence for six nights between June 2021 and October 2022.

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