Embracing the Environment - Sustainability

Rooted in our corporate ethos of “Embracing the Environment, Empowering People’, Banyan Tree’s sustainability approach emphasises on building in harmony with nature and contributing to the growth and development of the community where each of our hotels are planted. To learn more about the comprehensive and encompassing initiatives of Banyan Tree Global Foundation, please click here.
As part of our commitment to nurture nature where we operate, we are pleased to share our sustainability stories and journeys.



A Second Life

Ghost nets, or abandoned fishing nets, can be a deadly threat to marine life when they get trapped in the web of nets. Angsana Ihuru has found an innovative way to repurpose these nets by weaving intricate bracelets for guests. The programme, first started in June, has received resounding feedback from guests for its creative way of educating about marine life conservation.

Angsana Ihuru

Farm to Table

Guests at Laguna Lang Co experienced the joys of harvesting their own food from an organic farm and learnt about sustainable farming. The trip to the organic farm also had other hands-on activities such as cooking classes and animal feeding – an insightful trip for children and those young at heart.

Angsana Langco & Banyan Treee Langco

1,000 Trees for Bang Khun Thian

In celebration of World Environment Day, the team at Banyan Tree Bangkok planted 1,000 trees at the mangrove coast line of Bangkok - -Bang Khun Thian. Mangrove swamps play a crucial role in protecting the coastline from harsh erosion and decreases air pollution. The team aims to plant a total of 2,000 trees this year.

Banyan Tree Bangkok

Drink Your Way For Good

Cassia Bintan steps up efforts to reduce plastic waste with the roll out of bamboo straws available for sale at the resort. Made out of locally grown bamboo plants on Bintan Island and crafted with the help of local communities, these straws are a natural alternative to plastic straws. All profits go towards supporting local artisan and cleaning efforts of the island.

Cassia Bintan

Turtle Identification Project

Turtle sightings are a daily affair at the house reefs of Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru and Angsana Ihuru. To gain a better understanding of the turtles’ migratory patterns and behavior, we have recently embarked on a project to identify the turtles that visit the vibrant house reef. To date, the team has identified 21 turtles. A familiar ‘face’ is Jasper – a hawksbill turtle that has been sighted six times in the past months.

Angsana Ihuru & Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru


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