PapaCrab Boutique Guesthouse

Be the change

Each of us can make a difference for a better world!

At PapaCrab Boutique Guesthouse we live social engagment beyond corporate social reposibility (CSR). We know that many of you are already committed to building a sustainable way of life and when you stay with us, you become a part of our enviroment friendly approach. Please help us to maintain and preserve our Guesthouse as an eco-friendly place by decreasing water and electricity consumption. We highly appreciate your co-operation in reducing garbage too.

Every little act matters and so we mainly support the following benevolent institution (through active membership and/or sponsorship):

The Code

The Code (short for “The Code of Conduct for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation in Travel and Tourism”) is an industry-driven responsible tourism initiative with a mission to provide awareness, tools and support to the tourism industry in order to prevent the sexual exploitation of children. As a approved member of The Code, PapaCrab Boutique Guesthouse is helping to protect children from sex tourism (

Phuket Has Been Good to Us Foundation

This foundation works to improve the economic opportunities and life changes of underpriviledged Thai children by funding and implementing high quality, practical English language education in government schools (

Soi Dog Foundation

This animal welfare organisation in Phuket is aimed at humanely reducing the number of unwanted dogs and cats through spaying and neutering. Soi Dog Foundation also treats abused and neglected stray dogs and cats for injury and disease. In addition, Soi Dog Foundation also runs and shelter and rehoming centre for over 300 dogs and dozens of cats, who have been abandoned and abused. (

Kamala Green Club

Kamala Green Club is a community of local businesses working together to improve environmental issuses in their hometown. They commit themself to do beach cleanings, improve eco performance, prevent environmental pollution and waste as well as to adapt and promote sustainable practices. Charly is cofounder of Kamala Green Club in 2011. (