The Datai Pledge
The Datai Pledge is a Private Trust dedicated to improving the well-being of the environment, wildlife and local community of Langkawi. Initiated in 2019 to create a robust conservation and sustainability programme for The Datai Langkawi, the initiative aims to expand with future properties and locations.
The Four Pillars
The Datai Pledge comprises four pillars: Pure For The Future; Fish For The Future; Wildlife For The Future; and Youth For The Future, which respectively focus on our business operations and ethics; the marine life; the fauna and flora; and the children of the community.
Crystal Creek, Langkawi © SC Shekar
Pantai Pasir Hitam (Black Sand Beach), Langkawi © SC Shekar
Pulau Intan Kecil (Small Diamond Island), Langkawi © SC Shekar
Pulau Ular (Snake Island), Langkawi © SC Shekar
Half a billion years ago, the forces of nature conspired to create Langkawi, one of the most beautiful group of islands in the world...
Chief Advisor - The Datai Pledge
All of our initiatives are aimed to support the overall goals of The Datai Pledge – to be an active instigator for sustainable change and regenerative travel; they range from community outreach projects, to adoption programmes, to projects to support our local flora and fauna. They are led by The Datai Pledge pillar leaders and teams, naturalists, marine biologists, and experts, including our visiting NGO and social enterprise partners.
Young Reporters for the Environment (YRE)
An award-wining programme in over 40 countries worldwide, YRE provides young people aged 11-25 years old a platform to research environmental issues and promote solutions through investigative reporting, photography…
Achieving Zero Waste to the Landfill
Our ambition whilst protecting nature and improving the welfare of the local community, many milestones have been achieved in pursuit of this goal since 2019…
Creating Hornbill Nesting Boxes
Due to a loss of their rainforest habitat and poaching, there has been an increasing decline in the number of hornbills in Langkawi. For the largest bird on the island, the Great Hornbill, the reduced prevalence of…
Installing Wildlife Camera Traps
A database on Langkawi’s terrestrial vertebrae via camera trapping is currently in development. The photographic documentation of nocturnal wildlife residing around Datai Bay has already been captured via our camera…
Choose between our four programmes where all funds go directly towards the sustainability and conservation work of The Datai Pledge, with all proceeds shared equally amongst the four NGO and social enterprise…
Supporting Single Mothers
Together with our NGO partner Sahabat Alam Langkawi, we have been able to positively impact a group of women selected for their basic skills in tailoring as…