Traditional Thai massage can provide a whole range of health benefits whether it takes place in a humble temple or a luxurious spa. Here’s a guide on where to get your kneads met in Bangkok.
From September 21 to October 7, 2021 — traveling through the spiritual heart of Asia to China, Bhutan, India, and Sri Lanka — this journey focuses on mindfulness and wellbeing.
Whether it’s the wilds of Tohoku or the hot springs of Ishikawa, Japan has a wealth of experiences for your wellbeing.
The finest spas, the most relaxing yoga retreats, the most intense workouts, the most soothing natural surroundings – travelers will find their ideal well-being holiday in Asia.
The Beatles, yoga, ashrams, Ganges – Rishikesh is India’s capital of chillaxing in style. For those interested in mixing wellness with spirituality, few places in North India can match this destination.
With traditional Thai massage having been added to UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity list, Travelogues looks at where it began.
At Nihi Sumba, a luxury resort with an exclusive wave surfed by only 10 people a day, there is a magical chocolate factory at Chris & Charly’s.
The Chiang Rai of today is a traveler’s paradise, but one of the most important things to do in the Golden Triangle is relax, and these three resorts have some very special offerings for the wellness traveler.
The Sarojin is an impressive resort, but eating under a waterfall, diving the Surin Islands, and other incredible experiences are what make this destination a must-go.