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April 21, 2020


Rosewood Bangkok has launched Rosewood Bangkok, On the Move to supply necessities including food, face masks and recycled hotel liquid soap to Bangkok medical associates, first responders, city field hospitals and organizations active during the COVID-19 outbreak.  The team from Rosewood Bangkok will be travelling to more than 18 stops in the capital in a branded food truck to deliver over 800 on-the-go food boxes and supplies from April 17 through  May 4, 2020.

The Rosewood Bangkok, On the Move initiative not only aims to support healthcare workers and first responders who are fighting on the front lines, and organizations helping those affected by the pandemic, but spread positivity through food – the heart of Thai culture.

The culinary team at Rosewood Bangkok has sourced quality ingredients and prepared a variety of savory and sweet “comfort foods” for delivery, including steamed pork and vegetable buns, Thai fish cakes, Thai-style hot dogs, Rou Jia Mo (Chinese-style hamburgers), Belgian waffles, cookies and muffins.

Some of the hospitals and organizations scheduled to receive supplies include Medical Science Faculty of Siriraj Hospital, Medical Science Faculty of Chulalongkorn University, Medical Science Faculty of Prince of Songkhla University, Thammasat University Hospital and Bamrasnaradura Institute of Infectious Diseases.

The progress of Rosewood Bangkok, On the Move may be tracked through Facebook at and on Instagram @RosewoodBangkok.

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