The Living, By Euronews – Every month, we check into a hotel showing high eco-credentials to bring you an in-depth review. This month we travelled to Bali and visited The Legian Seminyak.
Ever since Bali Governor Wayan Koster announced on December 24th 2018 that the island would be banning single-use plastic in 2019, holiday goers have breathed a sigh of relief.
Despite its beautiful lagoons, perfect surfing beaches and spiritual culture, Bali has struggled to overcome its plastic pollution problem in recent years. Because of this, some of the islands leading hotels have taken up the responsibility to lead the way in sustainability by incorporating materials and practices that are kinder to the paradisal environment.
One such hotel is The Legian, which is nestled along Seminyak’s beachfront. Family owned, this welcoming luxury spot has made a pledge to go plastic free in 2019.
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