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Away Suansawan Chiang Mai launches Mahout for a Day Promotion

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Away Suansawan Chiang Mai, a Centara Boutique Collection resort, has launched a promotion that couples accommodation with the opportunity to become a Mahout (elephant keeper) and experience traditional Thai ways of life.

The Mahout for a Day package is available until 31 October 2011 and starts at THB 11,062 nett single for the three day/two night programme.

Guests are taken to the elephant camp site for a day, where they will learn the basic communication and action commands used to guide the 4-ton beasts through the scenic surroundings and to have them perform games of skill, as well as help out at bathing time.

The mahout package includes two nights’ accommodation, daily buffet breakfast, one welcome dinner, roundtrip transfer to the nearby elephant camp site, and the Mahout for a Day experience with lunch provided.

Located in the beautiful Mae Rim Valley, Away Suansawan Chiang Mai offers a full range of recreational activities and facilities including two swimming pools, spa treatment and massage, fitness centre with sauna, and a lakeside relaxation sala with library.

The resort features just 47 rooms and villas set amongst gardens of more than 1000 trees and a lake.

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