Taking place from 13th - 15th April each year, Songkran is one of Thailand’s most famous festivals and an important event in the Buddhist calendar.
As of the 25th February 2021, we are very excited to have reopened and to once again be welcoming guests back to our beautiful boutique resort in Khao Lak, Thailand.
We can’t wait to welcome back guests to The Sarojin, so to celebrate we’ve launched a brand-new luxury package just for Thai residents.
Thailand is one of the top fish producing nations in the world, with over 3,000km of coastline, hundreds of islands
Elephants have always played an important role throughout Thailand’s history and it is little wonder
Whilst many of our guests use their time at our beautiful resort to switch off from the world and detox from technology.
When we were designing The Sarojin it was important for us to ensure that our resort was in total harmony with its natural surroundings
The practice of yoga is deep rooted in history and is thought to have first developed over 5,000 years ago in northern India
Practiced by more than 95% of the population, Theravada Buddhism is the official religion of Thailand
When searching for a location that The Sarojin could call home it was important to us
New plant-based and vegetarian flavours at The Sarojin
The Sarojin waves goodbye to single-use plastics
One booking means one new tree at The Sarojin
Learning about Buddhism with local Head Monk, Phrakru Pharadon Santikaro
Self-care and wellness in all shapes and colours at The Sarojin
Find out more about our award-winning Pathways Spa with Spa Manager, Khun Bee
Discovering local diving gems responsibly with Khun Kade, The Sarojin’s Resident Manager - Operations
Sport and adventure at The Sarojin
Behind the scenes with Executive Housekeeper
The Sarojin Coastline