It’s always good to save money! Find out how can you save money on Koh Lanta and also protect the environment by reducing your plastic waste.
Save money and protect the environment on Koh Lanta
One million plastic bottles are bought around the world every minute. They take up to 450 years to decompose.
Save money on Koh Lanta and protect the environment by doing this one really simple thing: using a Trash Hero refillable water bottle. It’s a really effective way to reduce the amount of plastic water bottles you throw away every day on Koh Lanta. Plus you get FREE drinking water.
They only cost 220 Baht and you can refill with free drinking water at over 65 places on Koh Lanta. You can also use them in other parts of Thailand, and a few other countries. Check out a list of locations here.
Think of how many plastic bottles you won’t throw away and also how much money you’ll save. It’s a win for you and a win for the environment.
More than 8 million tons of plastic end up in our oceans every year.
Let’s be the change on Koh Lanta and make more effort to reduce plastic waste.
Here’s a map of all the businesses on Koh Lanta that sell the Trash Hero water bottles and also let you fill them up with FREE drinking water.
Find out where you can refill your Trash Hero water bottle in other parts of Thailand.
Avoid plastic water bottles wherever you travel
A great way to avoid buying plastic water bottles wherever you travel in the world is to buy a Grayl Ultralight Purifier Bottle or a similar water purifier. Grayl is super light, and quick and easy to use. It purifies and filters water into clean and safe drinking water within 15 seconds.
If you ask nicely, there are probably lots of places that would let you refill your water bottle with drinking water for free or a small donation. Lots of restaurants in Thailand offer free drinking water, and would probably let you refill your water bottle if you offer them a few baht.
TreeTribe is a great place to buy insulated eco water bottles. They’re a fantastic company that plants 10 trees for every item they sell.
Koh Lanta is saying no to plastic straws too. Find out more and where you can buy reusable stainless steel straws…
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