— Thailand’s Phi Phi Island Village Beach Resort – a chic and sustainable retreat -has announced that it has been officially certified as a carbon-neutral hotel, further demonstrating its deep and lasting commitment to the environment.

Nestled in 70 acres of tropical gardens with an 800-metre-long stretch of white sandy beach, this resort has always been a haven of conservation. This is reflected not only by its pristine landscape, but also by its many eco-friendly amenities and activities, including its innovative Marine Discovery Centre…

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