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Sustainable Tourism

Conceived as an ecological escape, Alila Villas Koh Russey has a low building density of only 15% of the total island, spread out over six hectares. The vast majority of the island remains covered by an abundance of natural greenery and landscaped gardens planted with indigenous flora.

Following a sustainable design framework, water and energy-efficient features are implemented throughout the resort, including energy-efficient heat pumps, grey water irrigation, pressure-reducing valves and LED lighting. The resort also features its own water bottling plant to minimise plastic waste on the island, and adopts a farm-to-table approach at its restaurants, committed to using the closest locally available ingredients and those grown in its vast organic garden.

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