Our Top Picks: Sustainable Christmas Gift Ideas

“The perfect Christmas gift doesn’t exi……”

The holidays can be a tricky time of year to stay sustainable, especially when it comes to gift giving. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered this Christmas with our list of sustainable and plant-based Christmas gifts!

Zero Waste Gifts

Pinto Food Centre from Tonklar Facai 499 thb

Zero Waste Gifts

Zero Waste products or gift sets from Refill Station :
120 thb – 1,200 thb

Zero Waste Gift Set

Luxury plant-based butter gift set from L’ Atelier de Herb :
1,590thb

Plant based butter gift

Bamboo zero-waste cup selection from Bambooyst :
478 thb – 598 thb

Bambooyst Zero Waste Gift

Wooden homewear gift sets from BDS Collective :
600 thb – 1,100 thb

Sustainable Wearlesswear pyjama set from BDS Collective :
800 thb – 4,050 thb

BDS Zero waste Gift

Date truffle gift set from Rial Dates : 135thb-1,800thb

Rial Dates

Plant-based and vegan soaps, skincare and candles from Ador Soap Co :
400 thb – 1,290 thb

Ador Vegan Soap

Mince Pies & Stollen from Carrots : 420thb-490thb

Vegan food gift set

Pre-loved books from Dasa Book Store : from 20 thb 

Second Hand Books
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