Eco-friendly hotels

Greenest of the green, our eco-friendly hotels do far more than recycle paper, serve organic eggs and suggest you reuse your towels: they are wholly committed to conserving, protecting and enjoying the environment and all this while enhancing the guest experience.

 

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Sumptuous Siem Reap stays

Sumptuous Siem Reap stays

Escape in eco-luxe style to Song Saa Private Island, an effortless rustic-chic spread of private-pool villas dotting pristine Koh Rong islands. Feast on spanking-fresh seafood, loll in the blissful spa; a cheeky dip in the secluded outdoor bath tub is an absolute must.

Knai Bang Chatt’s modernist villas are set on Kep’s simple but stylish seafront, boasting driftwood day-beds, a gulf-view pool and art deco styling. Lazy lunches and greedy dinners are taken at the Sailing Club, but for a castaway treat staff can organise a beachfront barbecue at nearby Rabbit Island.

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Bunga Raya

Bunga Raya

Laid-back Bunga Raya boutique hotel and spa in Sabah, Borneo, is a tropical-island paradise without the schlep. Its powdery white beach, rainforest backdrop and endless ocean views will ensure you’ll feel miles away from the real world, even though the airport is just half an hour away. Your villa is a cool enclave of simple luxury from which you can step directly onto the beach or into the jungle.

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Japamala Resort

Japamala Resort

Just-remote-enough Japamala Resort on tiny Tioman Island is the ultimate back-to-nature escape. Joined by a series of canopy-skimming walkways, the hotel's luxury treehouses and cliff-clinging chalets are secluded and serene, promising rainforest-ringed privacy and vertiginous vistas of the South China Sea. 

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Bon Ton Restaurant and Resort

Bon Ton Restaurant and Resort

This rustic retreat offers the opportunity to stay in genuine Malaysian stilted wooden houses, most more than a century old, on a former coconut plantation. Surrounded by manicured greenery and centred on one of Langkawi’s most celebrated restaurants, Bon Ton Restaurant & Resort is an essential stop-off for the savvy traveller.

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Temple Tree

Temple Tree

One-of-a-kind boutique hotel Temple Tree on Langkawi island is a palm-fringed retirement home for an eclectic collection of eight Malaysian heritage villas. Elegantly appointed interiors have been gussied up with a bold mix of antique and contemporary pieces, spanning Chinese, Malay, Indian and Eurasian styles. And just like its fabulous sister property Bon Ton Restaurant & Resort nearby, it also serves delicious food.

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Gayana Eco Resort

Gayana Eco Resort

Ecology is at the heart of romantic Gayana Eco Resort in Sabah, a South China Sea-meets-jungle getaway a short hop from Singapore and Hong Kong. This green-minded hideaway features a flock of stilted villas set on a peaceful lagoon, and even has its own marine research centre. Comfort and style haven’t been neglected, with overwater bungalows offering pared-back luxury.

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