Cempedak: where luxury meets sustainability
Why did I choose Cempedak?
I have choosen Cempedak because it is a system total sustainable: the hair in the wind, no masks needed, no make up, no bras balconette. You really can be yourself here feeling part of the nature. You can forget about the hard office shoes usually you wear when you go to the office. Also the tight tie around your neck or the business suit. Forget those forced expressions in front of your most important client.
It’s just you and the person you’ve decided to take with you.
In this magical island the privacy is well protected until you can wake up and dive naked directly into the pool. The maximum of distraction could be the sound of some strange bird or some boat passing offshore.
Also listening music which usually I like here it seems a pity because the sound of the sea waves is so pleasant that when you’ll leave the island this sound will be still part of you and you actually still can hear it like a sweet song.
There are few places in the world which touched my heart: Cempedak will be one of those. And not for the sun, the beach, the pool or for the crazy villa but simply for its “emotions”.
Cempedak Private Island
The happiness? The sparkle in the eyes of the person you love who is there by your side to live together all this splendor of nature.
Cempedak and its sustainability
Cempedak has created a totally sustainable backstage where a hundred people who composed the staff are daily making that food.
Plastic and glass are not wasted or lost in the environment but they become part of a recycling system where man and nature work together for a simple but important concept: the “no waste”.
This island is a true example of sustainability: since day 1 they are all working to restore the reef. I’ll never forget the incredulous eyes of those two people from the staff who saw me on the beach helping them to collect some plastic.
Because here the beaches are cleaned by them several times a day.The plastic is gathered and removed from the sea to become part of the above mentioned recycling process.
I’ll never forget those smiling faces when I see them running up against me happy to get rid of those remains by throwing them in their bag.
… and where at 6 pm local staff and clients can play all together barefoot football like a unique family!
Post written in collaboration with Cempedak Island
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