Apsara Greenland Boutique Hotel is delighted to be part of this campaign and proudly debut our cares about the environment.
Solar power is self-sufficient and installing solar panels on our roof top which it helps and reduce power by 50% of the total building in our property. As it is a path to contribute to a sustainable and starting on our resort is a great way to show our care about the environment.
The most commonly known fact about solar energy is that it represents a clean, green source of energy. Solar power is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint. There’s nothing about solar power that pollutes mother nature. Solar power doesn’t release any greenhouse gasses, and except for needing a source of clean water to function, it uses absolutely no other resources. Hence, it’s safe and environmentally-friendly. Yet, people are still in doubt why solar energy is good.
REFILL NOT LANDFILL - RECYCLABLE BOTTLES | WE AIMS TO SHARE FROM OUR HEART WITH REDUCES PLASTIC FREE.
Now take a minute to imagine a yearly mountain of 56 million bottles .... its a staggering number Now, a small group of individual businesses consisting of locals and expats alike are taking their personal responsibility and are trying to make a difference. Whilst little, we are following the concept of ' every little helps'.
Instead of plastic bottles tourists are given an re-fillable bottle for their very own personal use and re-fill stations are being established around town ! Just this tiny initiative could save 100's-of-thoudsands of bottles from ending up in the Khmer countryside.
Businesses like us is meant to cared the planet such as other business company in Siem Reap, are all participating since they believe in trying to make a sincere difference.
SALA BAÏ - TRAINING AT THE HEART OF DEVELOPMENT | WE ARE COMMITTED TO GIVE PRIORITY RECRUITMENT FOR STUDENTS HERE!!
The French NGO Agir pour le Cambodge (APLC), created in 1985, launched the Sala Baï program in 2002 to fight poverty and human trafficking in Cambodia through social and professional training of young underprivileged Cambodians.
To have a meal or to stay at Sala Baï is to give another dimension to your trip to Cambodia. You’ll be actively participating in the vocational training of young disadvantaged Cambodians by allowing them to practice their newly acquired skills in real conditions while financing their training.
The goal of the program is to train 150 young underprivileged Cambodians each year, and free of charge, in the main professions of the hospitality industry. After 16 years in operation, more than 1,500 students have been trained and found a job in one of the fastest growing economic sector of the country, enabling them to achieve economic independence and improving the living conditions of their families.