It may be just another well-engineered promotion gimmick, but this "SLOW LIFE" (Sustainable, Local, Organic, Wholesome, Learning, Inspiring, Fun, Experiences) principle is well practised in the ambience, dining and activities of this resort hotel. "We strive to offer you as much exposure as we can to this very concept without being intrusive," they say.
One area which shows their commitment is their own vegetable and herb gardens which provide for the consumption of the hotel guests. A stroll in the gardens to examine the produces is quite pleasant.
One evening, when we were having dinner in the hotel's Thai restaurant and the waitress came to apologise for keeping us waiting for the food because of the large number of diners, I reassured her that it was not a problem at all. "It's 'SLOW LIFE' the hotel is promoting, isn't it?" I said.