Traditional Thai dining
Tailored to your desires
Dating back to the Kingdom of Siam, exquisite cuisine is deeply rooted in Thai culture.
One pillar of this culinary tradition is the village temple where locals would take home-cooked food in simple containers to pay respect to the monks. This daily custom has been absorbed into modern life through the use of the pinto, a multi-tiered food flask. Our Thailand team has incorporated the use of this into meal breaks so delegates can dine the old-fashioned way. The pinto contains compartments for rice, a main dish and soup.
Not only pleasing to the eye, this re-useable metal container avoids plastic waste during incentive activities.