TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Wedge Holdings is pleased to announce that the Zeavola Resort, a luxury resort owned by our Group and located on the island of Phi Phi Phi, Thailand, was one of the first hotels to sign up to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's (UNESCO) Sustainable Tourism Pledge (a pledge on sustainable travel) and has been officially accredited and featured on the UNESCO website.
The Sustainable Tourism Pledge is an initiative by UNESCO, in cooperation with the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and Expedia Group, to promote sustainable tourism and the conservation of world heritage sites, and is scheduled to be rolled out globally, starting with Thailand. Member hotels that operate in an environmentally friendly manner will make it clear that they are committed to reducing plastic consumption and other tourism initiatives to meet the international goals set out in the United Nations' recommended Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The Zeavola Resort has long been a pioneer in the field of sustainable tourism in Thailand, and has received numerous media articles and hotel awards for its environmentally friendly management approach.
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Reflecting these efforts, Zeavola became one of the first hotels in Thailand to join the scheme. Many hotels have since joined the scheme, and Zeavola Resort was featured on the UNESCO website as a member hotel.
Zeavola Resort is now accepting bookings through its own website as well as through all major hotel booking websites, and is offering attractive packages to domestic visitors in line with the current Thai tourism market. For more information, please visit the following websites
Zeavola Resort's official website: https://www.zeavola.com/