The Deputy Mayor of Pattaya City, Mr. Wuttisak Rermkijagarn and Pattaya City Councilor, Mr. Chusak Sriwatchanapong welcomed volunteers to the event before they released fishes into the ocean followed by a cleanup of Jomtien beach. On the same day, another group of 20 employees from the Royal Cliff also joined neighbouring properties in cleaning the beaches and surrounding areas of Phra Tamnuk Hill.
“Royal Cliff Hotels Group has always strived to involve guests and employees in achieving the common goal of protecting and preserving the environment.” Mr. Vitanart Vathanakul, the Executive Director of the Royal Cliff Hotels Group said. “Through the years, we have always been supportive of environmental initiatives and have continued to launch numerous eco-friendly campaigns and packages to raise awareness and encourage our guests and associates to help conserve our natural resources.”
Situated on a 64 acre private parkland estate overlooking the stunning Gulf of Thailand, the Royal Cliff Hotels Group has been championing Environmental Conservation since 1973. It is the only hotel property in Thailand to be recognized as “The Best Green Venue” by the Green Hotels of USA. Reaffirming its commitment to environmental conservation excellence, it has an exciting tree planting program where Flame trees would be planted in various vital locations on behalf of the companies who select Royal Cliff and PEACH as the venue for their events. This long-lasting commitment to environmental sustainability reflects the company’s dedication to corporate social responsibility. The resort is home to four award winning 5-star hotels offering a sensory experience defined profoundly by its style, culture and elegance - all presented with the distinctive spirit of the State of Exclusivity and Fascination.