Corporate Social Responsibility

Luxury need not cost the earth

Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts have unified all initiatives within five key areas of CSR namely, Environment, Health & Safety, Employees, Supply Chain, and Stakeholder Relations under the umbrella brand of “Sustainability.” 

This campaign strives to properly educate its stakeholders, inspire and engage its employees, enjoin its business partners and align with the local community initiatives so that CSR can be used as a more significant tool towards development.

The group has released its sixth Communication on Progress document, which details its achievements towards meeting the principles of the United Nations Global Compact.

Shangri-La Asia Limited has also released it's 2012 Sustainability Report its second report covering Shangri-La’s financial years 2011-2012. The report is based on the Global Reporting Initiative Version 3 Guidelines (GRI G3.1) and has been checked by GRI to achieve a Level B.

Our Projects

Shangri-La's Care for People Project

Our care for people projects are expressed with a powerful icon for embracing others - a heart.

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Shangri-La's Care for Nature Project

The sanctuary signature is expressed by four thumbprints joined into the symbol of a healthy & lush biodiversity - the butterfly.

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The handprint symbol on the sustainability signature reminds us of how we put our hands up to commit to being socially responsible.


Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts has been recognised by the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) as the only hotel group included in the index component within Asia/Pacific. This is an affirmation of Shangri-La’s continued journey towards sustainable operations and leadership role within the global travel & tourism sector