At The Siam, we believe that luxury travel should be a memorable and meaningful experience that actively involves and contributes to the wellbeing of our local community and ecology.
To this end, we are highly committed to making philanthropy and sustainability in our local community a core part of our business and operating strategy.
The Sukosol Group, and Sukosol family (led by Khun Kamala Sukosol) in particular, have long been synonymous with charity work in the Land of Smiles. In 2009 Khun Kamala was named as one of Forbes Asia’s “48 Heroes of Philanthropy” and her annual charity concerts have raised more than 75 million baht for various charities over the years.
As with all Sukosol Hotels, the owners, staff and management are firmly committed to protecting the environment and consistently upgrading the “green” standards of all of its businesses. Our Executive Vice President Marisa Sukosol Nunbhakdi is currently the Chairperson for Environment of the Thai Hotels Association and is working to promote environmentally friendly practices across all hotels in the country.