Phuket, 31 October 2018 – Amari Phuket’s management team led by Pierre Pierre-Andre Pelletier
Phuket, Thailand – 30 October 2018: In celebration of the one-year anniversary of our sustainability and social impact platform
Soi Dog Foundation recently entertained its team members to a staff gathering and invited them to do a good deed
Phuket, Thailand – 15 September: JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa supported the Annual International Coastal Clean Up 2018
Phuket, 29 August 2018 – Amari Phuket’s Engineering Director, Mr. Watcharaphon Ketmangmi (right), received the Wastewater Treatment Award 2018 from Phuket Vice Governor, Mr. Thavornwat Kongkaew (left). Amari Phuket was rated at the “Good level” and was the only hotel in the Patong Beach area to receive the award given by Phuket’s Regional Environment Office 15 and the Phuket Provincial Organisation.
In conjunction with World Environment Day 2018, Angsana Laguna Phuket rolled out our annual Stay for Good initiative – Greening Communities Together programme for this June. Together with 50 volunteers and 12 guests were joining us on planting 1,600 trees around the resort.
Additionally for this year we will focus on beating plastic pollution with the message “if you can’t reuse it, refuse it”.
Therefore cleaning communities will continue to be a core component of Greening Communities Together, with awareness campaigns and social/environmental guest engagement activities.
We are happy to continue support all activities to emphasize the importance of global environment.
Phuket, Thailand – 4 June, 2018: A group of leaders and team members from Anantara Phuket Villas and Anantara Vacation Club, Phuket
On Friday 25 May, Asia’s premier destination resort Laguna Phuket marked 12th year of its Greening Community initiative by planting 3,000 mangrove saplings at Baan Thasak Village in Paklog, a sub-district in Thalang area of Phuket. Led by Laguna Phuket’s senior assistant vice president – service Mr. Anthony Loh, more than 150 volunteers, a combination of the resort’s associates, schoolchildren, community members and government officials, also released 250 live mud crabs and blue crabs to conserve the village’s mangrove ecosystem.
Supported by the initiative’s strategic partners such as Marine and Coastal Preserving Group (Paklog), Mangrove Station 23 (Phuket) and Station 21 (Phang-Nga), this 12th edition of Laguna Phuket’s annual tree planting event is a part of its initiative that aims to raise awareness of global warming, help build greener communities and inspire the next generation of environmentalists.
To date, Laguna Phuket has planted nearly 30,000 trees in Phuket and neighboring provinces, with more than 1,300 associates and 700 community members participated since 2007.
Strategically aligning with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in climate action, life below water and life on land, “Greening Community” activity is one of many initiatives set up by Laguna Phuket to support its wider goal in environment preservation according to Banyan Tree Global Foundation (BTGF)’s worldwide guideline for each property within the group to plant at least 2,000 trees in respective community each year.
RAWAI, PHUKET – The Vijitt Resort’s staff volunteer joined Keep Phuket Clean by our hands and heart campaign on 24 May 2018
Phuket, Thailand – April 14, 2018: With mobile phones, tablets and cameras at the ready
JW Marriott Phuket In collaboration with Mai Khao Marine Turtle Foundation Celebrated Songkran Festival
Phuket, Thailand – 13 April, 2018: Hundreds of people gathered on JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa’s Mai Khao Beachfront on Friday April 13, to release 55 1-year Green turtles into the Andaman Sea as part of celebrations to mark the Thai New Year also known as Songkran Festival and to wish the participants longevity.
In this occasion, Mr. Olivier Le Quinquis, General Manager of Marriott’s Mai Khao Beach & Marriott’s Phuket Beach Club welcomed participants and guests of honour among; Mr. Norraphat Plodthong, Phuket Governor alongside with Dr. Pinsak Suraswadi, Deputy Director General of Department of National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation; Khun Kanokkrittika Kritwutthikorn, Director of TAT Phuket Office; Captain Putthiporn Swatsut, Director of Communications Division, Third Naval Area Command; Mr. Witoon Dechpramuanpol, Superintendent of Sirinat National Park and Dr. Kongkiat Kittiwattanawong, Director of Phuket Marine Biological Center.
The 55 Green Turtles released during Songkran festival were raised from eggs, hatched and collected by the Third Naval Area Command from Similan 1 island and was nurtured by Phuket Marine Biological Center (PMBC) and Sea Turtles Conservation Center, Phang Nga Naval Base.
All monies raised through donations during the event, went towards supporting the Mai Khao Marine Turtle Foundation and its partners: the Phuket Marine Biological Centre’s injured Turtle Rehabilitation Program and the Third Naval Area Command’s Turtle Hatchery Program.
Songkran Celebrations included “Turtles Merit Releases” ceremony, beginning with the cultural long drum procession and sprinkling scented water on Buddha statue; pouring water over the palms of elders’ hands for blessing; participating fun-filled water activities and Thai traditional games in the hotel’s garden.
For more information about the Mai Khao Marine Turtle Foundation, please contact The Mai Khao Marine Turtle Foundation, via email email@example.com or call +66 076 338 000 ext. 3309. https://www.facebook.com/maikhaomarineturtlefoundation
40 young sea turtles were released into the tranquil waters of the Andaman Sea to begin their lifetime ocean odysseys at Laguna Phuket’s 24th annual sea turtle release in the morning of Sunday, 1 April on Phuket Marine Biological Centre (PMBC) beachfront in Phuket, Thailand.
Led by Mr. Norraphat Plodthong, Phuket Governor, the beach ceremony was part of Laguna Phuket’s on-going environmental partnership with Phuket Marine Biological Centre and the 3rd Area Naval Command, Royal Thai Navy to help the plight of endangered sea turtles.
Proceeds from sea turtle release tickets and other activities including merchandise sales at the event will be put towards the Centre’s sea turtles conservation programmes. To date, 2,105 sea turtles have been released by Laguna Phuket and 7 million Baht raised since 1994.
Over the course of 24 years, more than 4,500 people have participated in the initiative. The half-day activities include a visit to sea turtles nursery ponds, rescue ponds and sea turtle conservation trail where participants, mostly families with young children, were being briefed on the importance of wildlife conservation.
“Our ultimate goal is to actively engage, educate and inspire our guests, associates, community members and the general public that we all play a vital role in sea turtles and eco-system protection,” said Mr. Anthony Loh, SAVP of Laguna Phuket,
“We hope that this experience will encourage the young generations to be lifelong advocates of wildlife conservation and environmental preservation.” he concluded.
Green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) can live for up to 60 years and spend their lives roaming the world’s oceans. Only the females ever come ashore again to nest. For more information, visit www.lagunaphuket.com/CSR