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December 17, 2018 | Last Modified: 2018

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Located on Wa Ale Island, one of the Mergui Archipelago's over 800 islands, the Wa Ale Island Resort is an ecotourism destination that offers guests accommodation in the form of luxury treetop villas and luxury tented beach villas. In addition the resort offers the guests various activities ranging from kayaking and snorkelling to hiking ad cultural visits.

Responsibility

Wa Ale Island Resort was founded with responsible principles in mind. The resort has a strong focus on reducing waste, pollution and damage to the natural environment of the island. All construction work is carried out by licensed contractors from Myanmar, and the majority of the wood used has been recycled from warehouses and boats. %0% of the power sued by the resort is generated from solar energy. Furthermore, the resort has a number of responsible initiatives including: sea turtle conservation, coral protection, local employment and charitable donations.

Business Case

Wa Ale Island Resort is a careful and thoughtfully planned conservation resort development that has been officially sanctioned by the Myanmar Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation and The Ministry of Hotel and Tourism Their intention is to invite guests to experience the natural beauty of the Mergui Archipelago in a luxury camp that encourages responsible and sustainable care for the environment

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Located on Wa Ale Island, one of the Mergui Archipelago's over 800 islands, the Wa Ale Island Resort is an ecotourism destination that offers guests accommodation in the form of luxury treetop villas and luxury tented beach villas. In addition the resort offers the guests various activities ranging from kayaking and snorkelling to hiking ad cultural visits.

Wa Ale Island Resort was founded with responsible principles in mind. The resort has a strong focus on reducing waste, pollution and damage to the natural environment of the island. All construction work is carried out by licensed contractors from Myanmar, and the majority of the wood used has been recycled from warehouses and boats. %0% of the power sued by the resort is generated from solar energy. Furthermore, the resort has a number of responsible initiatives including: sea turtle conservation, coral protection, local employment and charitable donations.

Wa Ale Island Resort is a careful and thoughtfully planned conservation resort development that has been officially sanctioned by the Myanmar Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation and The Ministry of Hotel and Tourism Their intention is to invite guests to experience the natural beauty of the Mergui Archipelago in a luxury camp that encourages responsible and sustainable care for the environment

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