Banyan Thailand launches initiative inviting city residents to embrace active outdoor lifestyle
Banyan Thailand has unveiled the “Basecamp Hua Hin” initiative, which invites city residents to embrace their extensive array of outdoor lifestyle activities including its 18-hole championship golf course and The Golf Academy - providing an opportunity to learn the game or have lessons with Banyan’s professional instructors.
Children can safely cycle or skate in the peaceful grounds of Banyan Village’s gated community, or swim in the lagoon pool which has sections stretching up to 100 metres long, ideal for a focused workout or a relaxing dip.
Located in scenic countryside just 2.5 hours’ drive from Bangkok, Banyan Village is a self-enclosed collection of 17 private pool villas and 69 lagoon-side pool access villas, all of which offer open-plan living space, two bedrooms and bathrooms, and fitted kitchens.
Fully equipped with high-speed Wi-Fi, these villas are being marketed at Thai and expat families who want to escape the Thai capital and discover a “home-away-from-home.” They also provide an inspiring setting to work remotely or use as a cost-effective base for school holidays or weekends.
In addition, staying at Banyan Village will provide guests with access to the Banyan Privilege Club programme, which offers deep discounts on activities such as sailing lessons and boat rental the Hua Hin Sailing Club, access to the renowned Vana Nava Waterpark, tennis or squash at True Arena, cycle tours with Velo Bicycle Rental, mountain biking around the golf club, kite surfing, fun at the Hua Hin Skate Park and countless food and beverage options.
Banyan Group Chief Executive, Tjeert Kwant notes “fresh air, natural beauty, spacious accommodation, and access to a healthy, active outdoors lifestyle have never been more important, and we are delighted to offer access to exactly this at Banyan.”
For more information go to www.banyanthailand.com.
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