Green Day

Latest PHUKET GREEN DAY, Islandwide beach clean-up was on Thursday 21st -Friday 22nd April 2022.

Over 35 locations in Phuket and surrounding Islands.

Coincided with International Earth Day which is an annual event on April, 22nd to demonstrate support for environmental protection.

More than 1000 volunteers of hospitality industry staff and local communities came to remove at least 4 tonnes of garbage.

“Phuket Green Day” continues to keep the island clean, to raise awareness of the environment and sustainability, and, most importantly, to join together with the community to look after our beautiful island.



Date : 20 September 2021

PHUKET, THAILAND: Over 500 volunteers from hotels, resorts and communities across Phuket came together this month to remove a staggering 3 tonnes of rubbish from island’s coastline, as part of a major two-day activity to mark the Phuket Green Day and the International Coastal Cleanup™ (ICC).

This incredible island-wide effort, which was organised by the Phuket Hotels Association in partnership with the Thai Hotels Association, Patong Hotel Assocation and Phuket Tourist Association, was the largest coordinated coastal clean-up ever conducted on the island. Taking place on Tuesday 14th and Wednesday 15th September 2021, it encompassed 25 separate locations across the island – up from 16 last year – including beaches, mangroves and underwater ecosystems.

“We are very fortunate to live and work in a place as beautiful as Phuket, but we must never take that for granted. Following the unprecedented challenges of the last two years, it was wonderful to start welcoming international travellers back on 1st July, following the launch of the Phuket Sandbox. Their absence made us realise how much our destination thrives on tourism. The vast majority of our guests choose to come to Phuket because of its breath-taking natural beauty, so to ensure the long-term future of our island – and the planet – we must all do our bit to take care of the environment,” said Anthony Lark, President of the Phuket Hotels Association.

“It was wonderful to see so many people come together for this year’s Phuket Green Day and International Coastal Cleanup (ICC). I would like to thank everybody for their hard work and commitment. By working handin- hand with the local community and caring for the island, we can ensure that our beloved Phuket remains one of the world’s most desirable destinations for generations to come,” he added. Phuket Green Day is an annual activity organised by the Phuket Hotels Association, to coincide with the ICC, a global coastal clean-up event launched by Ocean Conservancy. Since the ICC was launched, over 16 million volunteers have collected more than 154,000 tonnes of trash from coastlines in more than 100 countries all around the globe.

About Phuket Hotels Association

The Phuket Hotels Association is a nonprofit organization comprising 81 hotel members; a broad spectrum of

hotels who have joined together to; Promote Phuket island as a destination; raise awareness of Phuket as a safe

and quality leisure and MICE (meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions) destination; educate local

Phuket residents though the association’s scholarship fund, and also assist and educate with the sustainable and

environmental best practices to reduce any harmful impact that tourism has on the island.

To find out more about the award-winning Phuket Hotels Association and its key missions and objectives, please


For further information and high-resolution photography, please contact:

Anthony Lark


Phuket Hotels Association

E-mail: [email protected]

David Johnson


Delivering Asia Communications

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Phuket Hotels Association members are as follows:

Absolute Twin Sands Resort & Spa, Amanpuri, Amari Phuket, Anantara Layan Phuket Resort, Anantara Mai Khao Phuket Villas, Anantara Vacation Club Mai Khao Phuket, Andaman House Phuket, Andara Resort & Villas, Angsana Laguna Phuket, Banyan Tree Phuket, Best Western Patong, Best Western Plus The Beachfront Rawai, Boat Lagoon Resort, Burasari Phuket, Cape Sienna Phuket Gourmet Hotel & Villas, Centara Grand Beach Resort Phuket, COMO Point Yamu, Courtyard Marriott Phuket Town, Dewa Phuket, DoubleTree by Hilton Phuket Banthai Resort, Dusit Thani Laguna Phuket, Four Points by, Sheraton Phuket, Patong Beach, Grand Mercure Phuket Patong, Hilton Phuket Arcadia Resort & Spa, Holiday Inn Resort, Phuket, Holiday Inn Resort Phuket Mai Khao Beach, Hyatt Regency Phuket Resort, InterContinental Phuket Resort, JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa, Kalima Resort and Spa, Kata Rocks Resort & Residences, Keemala Phuket, Kudo Hotel Patong, Le Meridien Phuket Beach Resort, Maikhao Dream Villa Resort & Spa, Centara Boutique Collection, Mangosteen Ayurveda & Wellness Resort, My Beach Hotel, Novotel Phuket Kamala Beach, Novotel Phuket Phokeethra, Novotel Phuket Resort, Paresa Resort, Phuket Marriott Resort & Spa, Merlin Beach, Phuket Marriott Resort & Spa, Nai Yang Beach, Phuket, Seagull Bliss Patong Resort, Pullman Phuket Arcadia Naithon Beach, Pullman Phuket Panwa Beach Resort, Rayaburi Hotel Patong, Renaissance Phuket Resort & Spa, Rosewood Phuket, SAii Laguna Phuket, Six Sence Yao Noi, Stay Wellbeing & Lifestyle Resort, Thanyapura Sports Hotel, The AIM Patong Hotel, The Bell Pool Villa Resort, The Boathouse Phuket, The Lokal, The Nai Harn, The Naka Island, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Phuket, The Pavilions Phuket, The Shore at, Katathani, The Slate, Phuket, The Surin Phuket, The Village Coconut Island, The Westin Siray Bay Resort & Spa, Phuket, Trisara, Twinpalms MontAzure, Twinpalms Phuket, Villa PhuKhao, Wyndham Grand Nai Harn Beach Phuket, Wyndham Grand Phuket Kalim Bay


Date : Thursday 1 April  2021

We want to express our heartfelt thanks to the volunteers who braved the bad weather yesterday to clean up our island. 700 volunteers and over 2 tons of garbage have been collected, despite some areas are forced to postpone.
A big thanks to Green Champions in each zone and all local government offices