Bangkok Hotels that Support Sustainable and Responsible Tourism

Sustainable travel is a crossover between responsible travel, eco-tourism, and green travel. Each value the idea of travelling consciously to protect and preserve the planet we love to explore. While travellers can’t solve the problem completely, you’re creating a positive impact when you choose sustainably, and you’re encouraging others to do the same.

Explore a range of Hotels in Bangkok that support sustainable and responsible tourism.


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Sustainable & Responsible Tourism Hotels in Bangkok


Akyra Thonglor Bangkok

This is one of The Akaryn Hotel Group hotels featuring Bangkok's creative flair and urban style. The group was among the first hotel groups in the country to eradicate single-use plastics from all their properties. They also support marine conservation in partnership with Pure Blue. akyra Thonglor Bangkok offers luxury hotel rooms together with long stay serviced suites, designed and managed with sustainable and responsible principles.


Anantara Riverside

Located on the western banks of River Chao Phraya, this resort is one of the beautiful resorts in the Anantara group of hotels, which has a huge commitment to sustainable tourism. There are 11 acres of beautiful greenery around the resort with a perfect view.

You can also be part of several excursions to explore the beauty and the communities living around the hotel.


Bangkok Tree House

Also known as the “green lung of Bangkok,” this is a green and organic hotel and restaurant which gives you one of the most unique stays in the country.

With its natural green surroundings and short downtown proximity, you get the best of both worlds. The whole hotel is made using recycled metal and bamboo, and locals provide the labour.


Banyan Tree Bangkok

This luxury hotel is part of the Banyan Tree hotel group and is the only 5-star, all-suite hotel in the City with the biggest luxurious accommodation in Bangkok. The Banyan Tree hotel group formed the Banyan Tree Global Foundation, through which they support several responsible tourism initiatives.



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