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Most of you will have heard about it, seen it on pictures, or perhaps even stayed at the PARKROYAL on Pickering in Singapore. In fact, while not as tall and pretentious as Marina Bay Sands, this stunning green hotel and architectural treasure has become a must go destination for Singapore visitors all the same.
It is hard to imagine Singapore without the iconic Marina Bay Sands towers, situated right at the edge of the city center. Hosting a hotel, shopping mall, museum, events center and much more, Marina Bay Sands truly is an impressive building. Less known perhaps are its sustainability efforts.
Finding eco-friendly, sustainable accommodation in Frankfurt, Germany‘s finance capital, is not as easy as one might expect from a large city in the land so dedicated to recycling and its “Energiewende” (transition from nuclear and coal to renewable energy). In fact, our online search led us to exactly one hotel, Villa Orange, which is where…
Few hotels take sustainability as seriously as the Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers, a modern, upscale business hotel in the outskirts of the Danish capital: A masterpiece of energy efficiency, commonly known as the most sustainable hotel in Denmark, if not among the very top worldwide.
“Sydney Coast Walks are the Sydney walking people. With some of the city’s best natural beauty only accessible on foot, we provide expertly guided half day, full day and overnight hiking tours through Sydney Harbour and Royal National Parks…”
“Stay at Sydney’s only backpacker hostel in the city’s historic harbourside precinct – The Rocks – and enjoy stunning views of Sydney Harbour. Built above archaeological remnants of colonial Sydney, the YHA combines state-of-the-art facilities with a heritage experience…”