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SUSTAINABLE EXCELLENCE

Sustainable development, including socio-economic goals, are integral components of Sunway Hotels & Resorts’ business framework as we continually expand our presence and network towards a sustainable future.

As a group of hotels, Sunway Hotels & Resorts is committed to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs) and continues to align its business model, operating strategies and corporate culture with sustainable practices and solutions in line with the UNSDG agenda.  We have woven sustainable development into the very fabric of our existing hotels in Malaysia, Cambodia and Vietnam, as well as those being planned for the future.

OUR #SUNWAYFORGOOD PRACTICES

Our hotels around the region have made a positive social, economic and environmental impact through the various sustainable initiatives, fostering an improved and better future for the global and local communities in which Sunway builds, serves and lives.

SOAPFUL FOR THE COMMUNITY

Repurposing used soap bars and distributing them to beneficiaries and communities in need.

Fat Hopes Energy for Fuel

FATHOPES ENERGY FOR FUEL

In partnership with FatHopes Energy for the recycling of used cooking oil into biodiesel.

ZERO FOOD WASTAGE web banner

ZERO FOOD WASTAGE

In a collaboration with Kechara Soup Kitchen Society, surplus food from our hotels are distributed to the homeless and urban poor in Malaysia. 

Bin It with KLOTH

BIN IT WITH KLOTH

Giving new life to used clothes and linen through Kloth Malaysia.

Zero Single Use Plastic

ZERO SINGLE-USE PLASTIC

A move towards phasing out single-use items within the hotels’ operations by 2030.

Compost for a Greener Tomorrow

COMPOST FOR A GREENER TOMORROW

Easing the issue of food waste in Malaysia with the help of an on-site compost machine.

FutureX Organic Urban Farming

FARM-TO-TABLE

Fresh produce grown at the ever-evolving vegetable garden are used at the hotels' restaurants and for on-site educational programmes.