Dedicated and resort-based facilities support awareness and research for local environmental issuesSEE MORE
Since 2007, Banyan Tree has challenged each resort to raise awareness for climate change by planting 2,000 trees per year with community members.SEE MORE
A social enterprise eatery, Seedlings Café empowers young adults via vocational training leveraged from Banyan Tree’s Food & Beverage expertise.SEE MORE
Since 2007, Banyan Tree has nurtured young people via Seedlings Mentorships providing the motivation and means to complete their education in preparation for entering the labour force.SEE MORE
Recognising sustainability excellence in 2019
Total disbursed funds for projects in 2019
5,912,125 pieces of plastic diverted from landfill
Banyan Tree was founded with the core values of driving sustainable development. As a global hospitality group operating in diverse locations, Banyan Tree’s concept of sustainability seeks to create long term value for multiple stakeholders and destinations.
To deliver on our mission, we have conceptualised our values based on a “for good” framework. We call it our BRAND FOR GOOD. Discover more by clicking an image below.
Or navigate to one of our three core pillars of sustainability:
Read about Banyan Tree’s values, vision, and efforts via Sustainability Reports (published annually since 2006), case studies, and brief videos.
Tourism has significant transformative power in the face of unprecedented global inequality and change. The pandemic has devastated livelihoods worldwide and now more than ever, strengthening our core value of sustainability is necessary to ensure resilience for business, people and the planet.
When Ho Kwon Ping and Claire Chiang embarked on the challenge to construct an ambitious alternative to a holiday villa in Phuket, it was clear to the couple that they wanted to create more than a luxury hotel brand or resort chain — what they sought to achieve was a projection of their cherished passions, values and beliefs.