Best Practices in Green Hospitality and Its Future Prospects in Southeast AsiaA CEO's 360-Degree Perspective

Best Practices in Green Hospitality and Its Future Prospects in Southeast AsiaA CEO's 360-Degree Perspective

Green Tourism to Spur Adoption of Eco-Sustainable Practices by Accommodation Facilities

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03-Dec-2014
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: P844-01-00-00-00
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Buildings are one of the leading carbon emitters with hotels contributing 15% to 20% of the emissions. In Southeast Asia, green hospitality is often considered only as the compliance of hotels with green building standards. However, it also encompasses other specific operational aspects. Green hospitality is likely to benefit from approximately 15% to 20% of tourists choosing green accommodation till 2018. Consumers will play an important role in shaping green hospitality. Market participants in the value chain should target Singapore, Thailand, and Malaysia for immediate gains. Vietnam is also an emerging market.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Definitions

Definitions (continued)

Global Tourism Industry Overview

Asia-Pacific Tourism Industry Overview

Urbanization and Economic Growth

Climate Change

Growth of Service Industries and Consumerism

SEA Tourism Boom

Implications to Green Hospitality

What is Green Hospitality?

Common Concerns in Green Hospitality

Features of Green Hospitality

ASEAN Green Hotel Standard

Implications to Market Participants

Implications to Market Participants (continued)

Tourism as Economic Catalyst

Tourism Economic Contribution

Tourism Economic Contribution (continued)

Tourism Economic Contribution (continued)

Ecotourism Trend

Ecotourism Trend (continued)

Market Forecast

Implications to Market Participants

Technologies and Innovation

LED Lighting

Building Management Systems (BMS)

Ozone Laundry

HVAC System

High Efficiency Toilets (HETs)

Other Hotel Amenities

Implications to Market Participants

Intense Competitive Landscape

Intense Competitive Landscape (continued)

Regional Competition

Regional Competition (continued)

Best Practice Case Study—GTower Hotel, Kuala Lumpur

Best Practice Case Study—Phunacome Resort, Thailand

Best Practice Case Study—POP! Hotel, Jakarta

Implications to Market Participants

Implications to Market Participants (continued)

Tourist Arrivals and Tourism Receipts Forecast

Tourism Intensity

Consumerism Trends in Tourism Industry

Consumerism Trends in Tourism Industry (continued)

Implications to Market Participants

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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Buildings are one of the leading carbon emitters with hotels contributing 15% to 20% of the emissions. In Southeast Asia, green hospitality is often considered only as the compliance of hotels with green building standards. However, it also encompasses other specific operational aspects. Green hospitality is likely to benefit from approximately 15% to 20% of tourists choosing green accommodation till 2018. Consumers will play an important role in shaping green hospitality. Market participants in the value chain should target Singapore, Thailand, and Malaysia for immediate gains. Vietnam is also an emerging market.
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