In line with its commitment to environmental responsibility, Lapita, Dubai Parks and Resorts, has unveiled a series of sustainability initiatives that include its recently-introduced advanced hydroponic farming system within the resort.

The cutting-edge system involves the cultivation of organic vegetables on-site for direct use in the property's restaurants. It utilizes innovative agricultural technology, foregoing traditional soil-based methods for nutrient-rich water solutions, ensuring high-quality, pesticide-free produce.

The harvested produce quickly makes its way from cultivation to the plate, seamlessly integrating into the hotel's culinary offerings, allowing for a farm-to-table dining experience that highlights the freshness and quality of the ingredients.

Lapita said its commitment to sustainability extends to its water consumption practices. The establishment has implemented a water bottling system wherein glass bottles are reused and filled with in-house drinkable water. Collaborating with Simply Bottles, Lapita has also initiated an innovative plastic bottle recycling program that transforms collected plastic bottles into threads, producing various items such as clothing, caps, bags, and more.