An icon for responsible tourism in Indonesia, Bawah Reserve combines refined luxury with an unrivalled back-to-nature experience.
A collective of six small islands in Indonesia’s remote Anambas Archipelago, a short ferry and seaplane ride from Singapore, Bawah Reserve is deeply committed to sustainable practices allowing a maximum of 70 guests at any one time.
Located within a previously uninhabited marine conservation area, this all-inclusive paradise has just 36 sustainably-made suites and was recently accepted into the Signing Blue program by WWF-Indonesia to promote responsible marine tourism in the nation.
Wildman Wilderness Lodge
This Top End safari camp is the ultimate ‘recycled’ resort.
Set on the Mary River Wetlands in the Mary River National Park and teeming with wildlife, Wildman’s beautiful buildings were constructed from recycled materials from Wrotham Park Station, 300kms west of Cairns.
Wildman has a central lodge, 10 ‘habitats’ and 15 safari tents all with ensuite bathrooms and chic finishes which pay homage to the spectacular surroundings.
Committed to conservation and fostering a great respect for local wildlife, the region and its people, Wildman uses power and water saving options across the property, and guides on tours and activities are qualified in anthropology, zoology and wildlife and nature studies.
Located halfway between Darwin and Kakadu, Wildman is a perfect base for exploring World Heritage-Listed Kakadu National Park and Litchfield National Park.
Six Senses Fiji
This award-winning resort provides guests with the ultimate guilt-free luxury getaway.
Offering an idyllic island escape without impact on the environment, Six Senses Fiji, located on Malolo Island, is not only plastic-free, but also fully solar-powered and has one of the largest off-grid solar installations using Tesla Battery packs in the Southern Hemisphere.
Six Sense distils and bottles its water on-site and has its own farm, where produce is grown to serve in the restaurants.
The resort sources seafood from local fishermen and has free-range chickens at Cluckingham Palace.
Guests can also get involved in coral planting and preservation programs with reef snorkeling activities, and make their own chemical-free, environmentally-friendly face masks and body scrubs at the on-site Alchemy Bar.
Of course, the 24 villas and residences are the epitome of coastal luxe, with private swimming pools, outdoor showers and baths, and elegant interiors.
PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering, Singapore
Asia’s leading green hotel is an oasis in the heart of the island city-state.
Designed by renowned architecture firm WOHA, the hotel, recently named one of the world’s 50 Most Influential Tall Buildings of the Last 50 years, pioneered a unique hotel-in-a-garden concept boasting more than 15,000 square metres of lush, 'zero-energy' sky gardens, waterfalls, planter terraces and cascading vertical greenery
Apart from the energy-efficient design practices – including a short building depth to maximise the amount of daylight reaching internal spaces - PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering, Singapore offers a plant-based menu, featuring seven vegan dishes, to reduce the property’s carbon footprint