We don’t like to brag, but we’re all about sustainability at ASAI. From minimising plastic and waste to collaborating with the community to support local businesses, we’re weaving awareness of our impact right into the DNA of ASAI and we wanted to emphasise our commitment to our environment, right from the get-go.
At ASAI, our favourite things are minimising environmental impact and supporting local artisans. By exclusively serving the coffee grown by this interviewee in our hotels, we tick both boxes. Meet Lee Ayu Chuepa, founder of Akha Ama Coffee, and get an insight into his groundbreaking farming practices and philosophy.
Explore travel the ASAI way and discover stories, flavours and secrets from our global locales. Dive in, sneak behind the scenes and be part of the adventure.
The teams from ASAI and Kad Kokoa hosted a fun session on how to transform those husks into healthy and subtly chocolatey cacao tea.
Just a short drive west of Bangkok lies a tranquil paradise. Suan Sampran is a family-run eco-cultural destination set across 50 acres on the banks on the Ta Chine River in Nakhon Pathom.
Waste To Worth: SuperBee Wax Wraps for Your Kitchen Leftovers. We teamed up with SuperBee.me.
With our upcoming opening set to shake up Bangkok’s most up-and-coming neighbourhood, we thought you might appreciate a little rundown of what’s in the new locale.
It’s no secret that a culture of fast fashion is a massive factor in our growing landfills. Addressing the problem is The Fashion Revolution.
At ASAI, our favourite things are minimising environmental impact and supporting local artisans.
At ASAI, we’re always looking for ways to reduce our impact and we take our cues from local experts. If we can make it fun too, that’s even better.
Having lived, studied and worked in the US and UK, with past lives as a professional photographer and freelance photography teacher, Anak Navaraj moved back to his native Thailand three years ago with a vision to use his artistic point of view to change the conversation around sustainable living.
ASAI Hotels, Bangkok Soap Opera, and Patom Organic Living teamed up to host a fun session on how to recycle cooking oil from Dusit Thani Bangkok by turning it into jam soap.