Executives from the hotel and environmental group joined Buddhist worshippers Sept. 12 at the college for monks to unveil the new facilities.
Thirty-six restrooms, including 23 that were are either air conditioned or facilitate the disabled, were funded by donations from the hotel, employees, guests and Buddhist followers. Dusit General Manager Chatchawan Supachayanont formally presented the new facilities to Sangkharatpongsak Wuthiyano, provost for Jittapawan College.
The hotel also presented the priest with monk robes, rice and other daily necessities.
School officials said the old restrooms were damaged after many years of use and the dharma school lacked the funds to do its own repairs.
Dusit Thani Hotel Pattaya and Green Leaf Foundation executives pose for a group picture during the robes offering ceremony at Jittapawan College.
(L to R) Janthra Chainam, Srisai Suchatwuthi, Dusit Thani Hotel Pattaya GM Chatchawan Supachayanont, and Ornop Supachayanont present alms to Provost Sangkharatpongsak Wuthiyano, director of Jittapawan College.
The new restrooms have facilities to accommodate the disabled.
The brand new restroom facilities are quite ornate.
Benefactors and friends gather for a group picture during the opening ceremony.