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We take really good care of everything around us so we can take care of you. It's not just about minimizing the negative impacts. It's also about pioneering positive ones. Our Environmental and Social Sustainability Policy focuses on energy efficiency, water and waste management, social commitment, protecting natural surroundings, air quality and noise control.
local students receiving quality education as a result of our educational funding and programming
families of hornbill birds living in special nesting habitat we’ve built and protect at the resort
local community members with access to clean drinking water as a result of our Reverse Osmosis filters installed from 2017 to date
See the island as the locals see it as you journey through fascinating tropical diversity.
Hornbills, mangroves and clean water are highlighted in our top sustainability programs. Enthusiasts wanting to know more can follow the maps of unique flora and fauna or join us for a tour.
Sustainability is the byword for every department in the resort. Our farm-to-table initiative encompasses the Organic Garden, Mushroom Hut, Goat Farm, Chicken Farm and Duck Farm. We produce our own water and engage in natural waste water treatment. We make many products on-site or work with local suppliers to eliminate the use of plastic packaging and the carbon footprint of deliveries. Our creed: Rethink, Responsible, Respect, Refuse, Reuse and Recycle.
We work to protect hornbills as numbers have sadly dwindled in recent years. Our vegetation bears fruit which is a staple of their diet and we also install artificial nests similar to their natural habitat. This is necessary as natural tree cavities occur in old trees which are vulnerable, and the process is slow and not always optimum for breeding. Our partnership with the Thailand Hornbill Project ensures we're doing everything we can to help our most iconic wildlife on the island.
As the only private sector company accepted into this Royal Project, the resort serves as a link between the government and the local community in developing the personnel and plant genetic resources for the maintenance of plant varieties, and also for the development of the country's agriculture, forestry and economy. We work with RSPG to increase the progressive conscience and knowledge of natural resources conservation, especially among younger generations.
We favor artisans, farmers, fishermen and suppliers who live nearby and believe in the same standards as we do, while donating medical equipment and supporting the amazing Woman’s Club of Koh Yao Noi. Why not join us at a local school to help teach conversational English?
Together with Imagine Thailand, Six Senses Yao Noi has provided a clean drinking water system for Baan Bang Doung and the Special Children Center in Phang Nga. Baan Bang Doung is a government school about 80 kilometers outside of Phang Nga city with 73 students and seven teaching and administrative staff. The Special Children’s Center has 32 staff members (12 teachers, 16 staff and four support staff) and 208 students.
By donating to the English Education Program, we support teachers in five local schools and organize events to expose children to culture and sustainability. We also support experiential learning through Trash Hero, which motivates children to complete a series of challenges to clean and reduce waste in their everyday lives. And by collaborating with hospital authorities and donating medical equipment, we can also do our bit to make a difference. One of the latest joint efforts is an immunization program aimed at protecting the population and making the island safe from disease.