As the gateway to enjoy some of the most breathtaking nature, it is little wonder hotels around Asia are taking the lead to merge with their counterparts and live environmentally friendlier.

Within Phuket’s tropical woodlands, Keemala is a garden of bliss inspired by nature and Buddhism at its best.

The all pool villa resort is a concept of dharma (truth) in Buddhism and tammachart for nature, reflecting its commitment to nature and the local culture in Thailand.

The distinctive fish coop architecture of Keemala’s villa reflects its design to protect the existing ecosystem and reduce environmental impact.

As part of its green initiative, the luxurious eco-friendly resort purposes textile and recycled paper for its toiletries packaging and pushes for a plastic-free venue with paper straw and glass-bottled water.

Waste from the hotel is then turned into bioorganic fertilizer for the garden which grows various vegetables and fruits for Keemala‘s farm-to-table project.

Guests are assured to taste only sustainably-sourced produce and fresh ingredients from the local market and fishing village in Phuket.

Text by Jessy Wong • Photo from Keemala

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