For island and beach lovers looking to detox in five-star surroundings, these spas have what the wellness traveler to Thailand craves.
This detox isn’t a spa. Kumis, a slightly alcoholic drink made of mare’s milk, is a peculiar facet of the hills and herds of nomad culture in Kyrgyzstan that will cure what ails you.
You’ve trekked the hills, surfed the beaches, and eaten the food – now it’s time to relax, and these spas have just what weary traveler needs to unwind in luxury.
In a city so filled with luxury hotels, fine dining, and exciting experiences, travelers should be reminded to relax for a day in some of Southeast Asia’s finest spas.
From Vietnam’s plush JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay Hotel, World Spa Awards were given to hotels from desert getaways in Abu Dhabi to shopping malls in Bali.
Nowhere rejuvenates like Thailand. Whether one is looking for beach-side luxury or jungle yoga, the Land of Smiles has an answer.
Japan is filled with tourists and getting more crowded by the day. For those searching for a meditative, contemplative travel experience in the Land of the Rising Sun, there is the ryokan.
Journey to the “roof of the world” and meditate on your impressions. A trip to Nepal offers even more than the opportunity to hike and trek some of the most spectacular scenery on the planet.
Our favorite wellness retreats include Ananda in the Himalayas, Shambahala Estate, Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landa Giravaaru, Kamalaya, and Chiva Som. Here, we’ll tell you why we like them so much.
Embark on a journey to the land of the rising sun and open your mind to spiritual practices, ancient therapies and mind-blowing landscapes, for an effective reset and perhaps the opportunity to pick up a few life-altering new habits or ways of thinking.