Six Senses resorts across the globe have a strong ethos on sustainability and education. Here at Yao Noi, the surrounding mangrove is part of a rejuvenation project to attract wildlife back into the resort that was once a rubber plantation. Additionally, they're conscious of water usage, electricity conservation and responsibly sourcing products - from food produce to bed linen.
The lovely people at Six Senses Yoa Noi have formed alliances with the local school and hospital. A regular donation of materials and supplies to the island's only hospital have become invaluable. Regular visits to the local school to educate the next generation on biodiversity and sustainability has also had an incredible impact on the community.
Six Senses Yao Noi resort sets a benchmark for island resort living in Asia. The iconic limestone pinnacles rising from the waters of Phang Nga Bay create a surreal backdrop and a sense of privacy. Pool villas provide generous personal space and an uncompromised lifestyle.
Natural materials used in modern architecture, together with attention to detail and focus on the destination reinforce the Six Senses philosophy of sustainability and exceptional experiences.
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