Vertical gardening reaches new heights
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Vertical gardening reaches new heights

Centara Grand at CentralWorld unveils its organic garden on the 26th floor

Vertical gardening reaches new heights

Centara Grand at CentralWorld has unveiled an organic garden on the 26th floor of the hotel. This initiative marks a significant commitment to sustainability and offers guests a unique farm-to-fork experience in the heart of Bangkok's shopping district.

"Our elevated organic garden goes beyond being a simple source of ingredients; it represents our pledge to offer our diners the most sustainable food options available," says Robert Maurer Loeffler, vice president operations and general manager of Centara Grand at CentralWorld.

"The farm-to-fork concept isn't just a trend for us — it's a tangible practice that our guests can experience first-hand."

The sky-high garden is a green oasis amid the urban landscape, growing a variety of seasonal vegetables and herbs, including varieties butterhead, green cos, red oak, iceberg (frillice iceberg), rocket salad, mini cos, baby cos and kale, as well as aromatic herbs and vegetables such as Thai lemon, big tomato, Italian basil, rosemary, red holy basil, sweet basil, sage and thyme. Each plant is carefully tended to produce the highest quality ingredients for the hotel's culinary creations.

At Centara Grand at CentralWorld, the farm-to-fork concept, ensures that diners enjoy the freshest ingredients while supporting environmentally friendly practices. This organic garden not only provides chefs with the finest produce but also contributes to a more sustainable future reflecting our commitment to excellence and sustainability.

Visit the hotel's website.

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