Sustainable highlights of Asia My Way’s Luang Prabang Office

-Sustainable changes at our Luang Prabang office, and a few highlights for you to discover the beauty of Laos-

Asia My Way office in Luang Prabang is going through some green and sustainable changes, and we are excited to share it with you in this blog post.

Plastic Reduction Policy

Asia My Way is taking a step towards a greener future! Exciting news: We’ve adopted a new  plastic reduction policy to preserve the beauty of our destinations thanks to the offer of our very own reusable bottles. We hope that you – our dearest guests – be a part of the change and embrace sustainable travel by using reusable water bottles on your journey with us.

Asia My Way is a "Refill not Landfill" Station

We are thrilled to announce that Asia My Way Luang Prabang office is now officially a part of Refill not Landfill’s water refill station network. As part of the “Refill not Landfill” campaign, we are encouraging our guests to take part in protecting Mother Earth. Bringing a personal bottle is the first step, and we hope that our beautiful refill station will motivate you to venture with us on this journey towards a greener future.

Don’t worry if you don’t own a refillable bottle yet, we have you covered and  you can purchase one directly at our office.

If you wish to find other refill stations near you, you can visit this page: https://refilltheworld.com/all-locations/

Asia My Way's NGO Partners

Mekong Elephant Park

The French NGO APEEL supports the Mekong Elephant Park pilot project, which aims to preserve an endangered species, the elephant, through eco-tourism projects. The sanctuary works to preserve a natural habitat and protect an ecosystem, imperative for the proper diversification of flora. It also offers alternative employment for mahouts and undertakes initiatives to reproduce and rescue exploited pachyderms.

Get close and learn more about the gentle giants of Laos with our tour here:
Pakbeng – Cruise & Mekong Elephant Park

If you wish to find out more about the sanctuary, their projects and missions head to their website: www.mekongelephantpark.com

Xon Phao

Set up in 2017, this not-for-profit association takes in and helps around thirty vulnerable men and women including people with disabilities or living in extreme poverty. The association trains these beneficiaries in crafting activities to help them become more independent.

Find out more about their engagement on sustainability here: 


ASAS is a non-profit organisation set up in 2013 to build access to drinking water and help rehabilitate schools in isolated villages in northern Laos. It has also created the country’s first “City of Science”, a fun and educational center.

Find out more about their engagement on sustainability here: