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Resort targets culture vultures

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The Sampran Riverside Hotel, formerly known as the Rose Garden Riverside, has set its sights on becoming a premium resort with an eco-culture theme to attract more tourists with high purchasing power. 

Tourists learn howto make garlands at the Sampran Riverside Hotel. Previously known as the Rose Garden Riverside, the five-decade-old resort will flow with the times and focus more on eco-tourism activities.

"Local people and tourists are more concerned about health and want to explore new recreation destinations near Bangkok. We can serve their demand with Thai traditional culture and lifestyles," said managing director Arrut Navaraj.

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