Six Senses Bhutan
Six Senses Krabey Island
Six Senses Fiji
Six Senses Fort Barwara
Six Senses Vana
Six Senses Uluwatu, Bali
Six Senses Laamu
Six Senses Samui
Six Senses Yao Noi
Six Senses Con Dao
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay
Six Senses promotes and supports sustainable environments and communities and is recognized as having established the initial benchmarks for the hospitality industry. Since then, and across all our resorts, our mission is to prove that it is possible to enhance our guests' experience by showing respect to nature.
plastic bottles avoided in 2021 by bottling our own drinking water
of greywater recycled and used for recycling in 2021
waste recycled and diverted from landfill
Improving the ecological and carbon footprint of our operations through the responsible actions and efforts of all, including hosts and guests.
Our organic garden supplies us with fresh vegetables all year round. Some of the seasonal vegetables you eat at the restaurant are freshly picked from the organic garden. We will regularly organize ‘Happy Farm’ activities to take children with family to understand the planting and growth process of local vegetables.
Dujiangyan Panda Ark, also known as the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda, is responsible for all the wild giant panda rescue work in China. The new base is an ideal place for conservation education. Panda Rescue, an interactive learning facility along with a strong team of professional educators share their vast knowledge about the pandas. We have long-term cooperation with the center, and guests can sign up for panda volunteer activities.
Being conscious about water consumption is important no matter where. By purifying and bottling our own drinking water, we not only eliminate plastic bottles from entering our hotel but also lower our carbon footprint by reducing required transportation to our hotel.
Good relationships with community members are crucial to sustainable tourism, which is why we collaborate with relevant public institutions and universities to proactively support local community development.
The center was established in 1996 by Madam Chen Yunlian, who is now 72 years old. Madam Chen devoted everything to save more stray animals and the center currently takes care of more than 5,000 stray animals. Our hosts regularly participate in volunteer activities and donate supplies to the center to contribute to the rescue of the many stray dogs and cats.
Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain has a close relationship to the Taoist Monastery and is supportive of culturally significant events.