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​!Viva in February 2105 was a truly awesome event with over B100,000 in cash donated to The Children of the Forest in Sangklaburi. We also supported Pablo and Sajona to make a visit to the camp on the border between Thailand and Burma, and they reported that they kids had a blast!

Huge thanks to Kamalaya Samui for kindly hosting this event and to all our prize donors.

We auctioned amazingly generous vouchers from the community including a personal cooking class at Rock Salt and vouchers for Island Organics Cooking School, dinner vouchers from Sweet Sisters Cafe and Stacked. There were super generous accommodation and experience offers from Kamalaya, The Sanctuary Koh Phangan, Ozo, Vikasa and Samahita and more... Thanks also to Oriental Living and Boutique Yachting for generous support.
We also auctioned art objects that were donated by Kamalaya, Cameron Hansen, JD Marston, Rob Powell, Shelley Poplak and we even had a signed first edition by Samui author Adele Smith. Samui has a heart!

While Pablo and Sajona were on Samui, we also visited the Tong Krut temple school (Samui Mala raised funds for their healthy eating program at our September event) and we took them apples and we had a little concert under the mango tree. It was fun and good practice for them to play for children where they have no common language.
Thank you to Gary Pearmain for the great pics, and for his personal support to make this a great event.


Entrance by suggested donation B300 for Children of the Forest

Limited seating - book by RSVP  to 

Kindly note that Kamalaya cannot accept any dinner bookings for outside guests as they are fully booked at this time. We suggest some local food options down south: Shasa (Beyond the Sea), Sweet Sisters, The Hideaway or Green Talay (Tong Krut), June's Art Cafe in Lamai (closes 8pm),Rock Salt near Crystal Bay (if you are passing through Lamai on the way home), or Vikasa on the hill between Lamai and Chaweng

Big thanks to Steve Earl at Lighthouse Creative for donating time to create the artwork