Clown Fish Conservation at Pimalai Resort & Spa, Koh Lanta, Thailand

Our hotels do a lot beyond the sustainable running of a hotel to contribute to their communities and to preserve the environment. Our green pearl the Pimalai Resort & Spa in Koh Lanta is a driving force behind such an initiative: together with the Thai Fishery Department Pimalai sponsors the breeding and subsequent release of endangered clown fish (think “Nemo”!).



This is part of the Pimalai Resort & Spa’s strong sustainability policy. The aim of the initiative is to turn Koh Haa Island, right across from the Pimalai, into a fish sanctuary.


Established now as an annual event in its 11th year, around a hundred volunteer divers gathered on March 21rd to make the release of clown fish happen.


This is a rewarding event for everyone who is involved and makes a real difference in preserving this endangered fish species.

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The clown fish release is only one of many corporate social responsibility initiatives the Pimalai has set its heart on. The resort also continuously supports the local school and hospital.