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The embodiment of regenerative and inclusive tourism 

Which properties in Asia are the embodiment of sustainability, representing the region’s next generation hotels?


This is a simple, common question asked by conscious travelers in the region when they want to see beyond fancy hotel websites and advertisements. 

However, the answer is not always straightforward. It depends. There are many dimensions: circular operation, biodiversity conservation, cultural sensitivity, community empowerment, etc.

Thus, the birth of “Asia’s Next Gen Hotels” - a video series that aims to shed light on sustainability pioneers in the hospitality industry that are creating the future of tourism. 

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The business case for sustainability
has never been stronger

According to a sustainable travel report by, 61% of travelers want to travel more sustainably in the post-pandemic world.  And a whopping 49% still believe that there aren’t enough sustainable travel options available.  


Which businesses will be able to meet this anticipated demand for sustainable tourism in the post-covid world?  Next generational hotels that have been improving their operations and practices for years, we believe.  

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The series is produced by Mana Earthly Paradise, an eco-hotel run by Earth Company, in collaboration with many value-aligned partners. 
Mana exists to build a business case that tourism should be part of the solution, not the problem. 
Through ecological practices and innovative technologies, the property concretely addresses the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through its three core facilities: eco villas, an organic restaurant, and a conscious store. 
Ultimately, we want to make regenerative and inclusive tourism the NEW NORMAL. 

Meet our COLLECTIVE IMPACT partners

We understand that this cannot be achieved by working in silos.


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