Sun Island Bali is proud to announce that we are turning a new and very Green leaf to reduce our environment impact. Starting from December 2018, we are glad you are here with us as Sun Island Bali Goes Green, whereby a series of eco-friendly programs have been implemented in all our 5 properties to reduce our environmental impact.
Over the years, we have been providing hospitality of the highest level at our privately owned hotels, resorts and villas; located at Bali’s prime locations, including Seminyak, Legian, Kuta and Uluwatu. Notwithstanding, we realize that we can still do more to better your getaway in the Island of Gods by turning our focus to be more environmentally responsible. This is where our Sun Island Bali Goes Green initiative comes in.
As frontrunners in Balinese hospitality, we believe we have the responsibility to lead by example in preserving our beautiful island. For the time being, our effort focuses on reducing in-resort plastic usage while increasing our recycling numbers. In supporting the effort, we have no longer used plastic straw within the area of the hotel; in exchange, we utilize paper straws. Furthermore, we have substituted plastic bottles with water jugs and provided water dispensers in each corner of the hotels for guests. All those efforts and other new ideas that we are constantly seeking are done to help reduce our daily plastic usage and waste, thus lessening environmental impact.
To participate and support our Sun Island Goes Green initiatives, feel free to ask our dedicated staff on how you can start. They will be more than happy to provide details and answer any questions that you may have. We believe that, through Sun Island Goes Green, we can serve the interests of both the current and future generations, and ensure that Bali can forever maintain its unique beauty.
We would like to thank you for taking a moment to learn about this new chapter in our service and also for supporting this cause that we very much believe in. We hope you enjoy your stay even more now as Sun Island Bali Goes Green!