When you visit Thailand, it becomes clear the presence Buddhism has in the daily life of the Thai people. Some 95% of the population practice
Today’s fast-paced world makes it easier than ever to neglect self-care from time to time. Here at The Sarojin, we are self-care advocates and we truly believe it isn’t just about finding ways to relax
Did you know that massage in Thailand is often referred to as an act of “Metta”, which translates as “loving-kindness”?
It’s no secret that Thailand is a destination par excellence .....
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
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
Songkran Festival – Thai New Year
The Sarojin reopens