Apurva Kempinski Bali has recently teamed up with Nissan, Bank
Central Asia, and Danone Indonesia to offer guests an eco-friendly
As part of their sustainability initiatives, the 475-room luxury
resort has introduced Nissan Leaf electric vehicles for guests to
explore the Nusa Dua area and local attractions, contributing to a
reduction in carbon emissions.
The resort has also installed a solar panel charging hub, which is
the only one of its kind in Bali, developed in collaboration with Bank
Central Asia and Danone Indonesia.
Vincent Guironnet, GM of Apurva Kempinski Bali, said: "“We have a big
vision in terms of sustainability, and in order for us to achieve our
goals, it is important for us to find and work together with those who
share our vision. We hope that our partnership with Nissan, Bank Central
Asia and Danone Indonesia will further strengthen our sustainability
strategies, and we are looking forward to more development in the
In addition to the electric vehicles and solar panel charging hub,
Apurva Kempinski Bali offers sustainable wedding packages and uses its
rooftop space to grow various types of greens, creating a more
sustainable kitchen in the resort.
Bank Central Asia has also carried out a waste management project
resulting in a reduction of CO2 emissions by 348.9 tons, which is
equivalent to preserving in excess of 29,000 trees.
Danone Indonesia has similarly carried out various programs and
sustainable business practices in nature conservation, community
empowerment, and internal companies, as well as involving various
sectors in supporting the government to achieve targets for the
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Indonesia.