There are a lot of businesses on Koh Lanta helping to make the island greener by adopting eco-friendly practices, such as not using plastic straws or plastic water bottles, recycling, and composting. Here we look at two Koh Lanta resorts making the island greener with their eco-conscious policies. Continue reading “Koh Lanta Resorts Making the Island Greener”
A Trash Hero “wastes as little as possible, reuses as much as possible, and works to preserve and improve the spaces they are in, wherever they may be”. Find out how you can be a trash hero and keep the beaches on Koh Lanta clean. Continue reading “The Beaches on Koh Lanta Need More Trash Heroes”
You can see some really creative ways to reuse trash on Koh Lanta. From the imaginatively decorated beach bars, putting trash from the beaches to great use, to the fantastic Aunty Bee, who uses old rice sacks, tetra paks and plastic bottles to make reusable shopping bags, and also Asa Lanta’s fun recycling workshops. Continue reading “Creative Ways To Reuse Trash”
There are some great eco projects happening on Koh Lanta and hopefully more will happen in the future. With the support of local businesses and tourists, Koh Lanta can take a different route to development than other popular tourist destinations in Thailand have. Continue reading “Eco Projects on Koh Lanta”
Everyone can help to keep Koh Lanta a paradise. Single use plastic and our throw away culture is causing a huge problem all around the world. Our oceans, beaches and wildlife are suffering from our overuse of plastic.
There are though 4 simple things everyone can do to reduce the footprint they leave behind them on Koh Lanta. Continue reading “4 Easy Ways To Keep Koh Lanta a Paradise”