Imperial Springs Resort and Spa opens its doors for guests to join World Leaders in a monumental sustainability forum on May 29th -30th .
The forum will welcome over 100 respected experts from around the globe for a 2-day forum to discuss the issues around maintaining Inclusive, Sustainable and Resilient Cities worldwide, as part of China’s Belt and Road policy. Among the guests include 13 former Prime Ministers including John Howard (former Prime Minister of Australia) and Jenny Shipley (former Prime Minister of New Zealand.)
The forum is about bringing together committed, experienced people from around the globe and sharing knowledge, identifying critical issues, and agreeing on plans of action. It’s a highly significant topic that will affect a considerable portion of the world’s population in the coming years – and therefore the need to address such topics now is paramount.
Imperial Springs Resort and Spa is a natural fit for such a forum. The resort has a strong focus on sustainability and is a leader in its area, being awarded the Gold LEED rating (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.) Located only 60 minutes from the bustling business hub of Guangzhou in the hot spring valley of Old Canton, the resort has capitalised on its stunning surroundings, leaving 90% of the 2.5 million square metres of lush greenery untouched, in its natural environment.
Imperial Springs Resort and Spa welcomes guests to the resort to attend the 2 day-forum for only 22,000RMB which includes 3 nights’ accommodation in luxury suite, award-winning cuisine including a welcome Dinner and invitation to one of the private Leadership dinners, alongside a group photo to mark the special experience. For the keen golfers, there is also an optional Golf Tournament exclusively for forum guests only for an additional 3,000 RMB.