Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts has launched the Stay for Good Feeding Communities Together initiative to celebrate World Food Day. // (c) 2014 Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts
Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts has launched the Stay for Good Feeding Communities Together initiative to celebrate World Food Day. // (c) 2014 Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts

Banyan Tree Phuket is among the participating resorts in Banyan Tree's Stay for Good Feeding Communities Together initiative // (c) 2014 Banyan Tree Hotels & ResortsBanyan Tree is celebrating World Food Day, on  October 16th, by launching a special initiative: Stay for Good Feeding Communities Together.  Designed to embrace Banyan Tree’s sustainability efforts, the program encourage guests to take part in various resort-led initiatives.

From October 13th to 19th, guests will be invited to make and serve food to host communities via the Stay for Good Feeding Communities Together initiative across Banyan Tree and Angsana resorts in Thailand, China, the Indian Ocean, Middle East and Mexico. The resorts will support communities including local schools or orphanages, the disabled, the elderly; or provide non-perishable food to families. From feeding children located near Banyan Tree Phuket; helping autistic children at a school close to Banyan Tree Tianjin Riverside; or delivering fresh fruit and vegetables to a primary school near Banyan Tree Seychelles, the aim of each initiative is to create long-lasting ties to empower local communities.

Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts has launched the Stay for Good Feeding Communities Together initiative to celebrate World Food Day. // (c) 2014 Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts
Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts has launched the Stay for Good Feeding Communities Together initiative to celebrate World Food Day. // (c) 2014 Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts

Interactive best place to buy levitra online cooking classes are also being offered, and are designed to encourage guests to learn more about the region, its people, cuisine and culture. Banyan Tree Bangkok has devised a special Seven Days – Seven Dishes cooking classes in each of its seven restaurants, which culminate in delivering food to seven communities. In Ras Al Khaimah, Banyan Tree Al Wadi will invite a local orphanage to a BBQ in the resort’s reserve; Banyan Tree Ungasan will support an elementary school in Bali; whilst a home for the elderly will be championed by Angsana Balaclava Mauritius.

“We have always believed that tourism should stimulate positive, holistic development in our host destinations. Our long term vision of doing good and doing well is key to our business,” says Abid Butt, CEO, Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts. “Our Stay for Good Feeding Communities Together program offers a choice of activities for guests to take part in if they so choose, each providing a tangible benefit to engage with local communities.”

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