Top 10 Best Spa & Wellness Resorts In Asia


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Asia has some of the best spa and wellness retreats in the world. With beautiful islands, many with tropical warmth, stunning beaches, and a whole culture built around soothing mind, body, and soul, it is hard to find a better area of the world to improve your wellness. Read on for our guide to the top 10 best wellness hotels in Asia…

1. Fusion Resort Cam Ranh

Perched atop a 28-meter high sand dune overlooking the azure waters of Cam Ranh Bay, and with Fusion’s unique “all-spa-inclusive” and “breakfast anywhere, anytime” services, Fusion Resort Cam Ranh (pictured above) is the down-to-earth alternative for those looking for five star quality without the fuss, formality, and routine of a traditional hotel or resort.

Occupying a pristine strip of Long Beach between Cam Ranh and Nha Trang, with an oceanside cocktail bar for the grown-ups, indoor and outdoor activities for the kids, a contemporary restaurant and outdoor dining area for families and couples alike, plus romantic beachfront or in-villa dining also available, it truly is a very special place.

Perched atop a 28-meter high sand dune overlooking the azure waters of Cam Ranh Bay, and with Fusion’s unique “all-spa-inclusive” and “breakfast anywhere, anytime” services, Fusion Resort Cam Ranh is the down-to-earth alternative for those looking for five star quality without the fuss, formality, and routine of a traditional hotel or resort.

This tranquil beachfront resort is just minutes from the airport, yet it feels miles away from the real world. With a simple yet elegant design, this wonderful resort sits right on the edge of a sandy beach. Friendly ‘Fusionistas’ look after your every need while you lounge by the infinity pool, do yoga, or enjoy a minimum of two complimentary spa treatments per person a day. Yes, this hotel is a spa junkie’s dream come true with its all-inclusive spa treatments.

The resort’s relaxed ‘breakfast anywhere, anytime’ concept means you can take breakfast wherever and whenever you want. Order breakfast from room service, by the pool, or on the beach. Beyond breakfast, the food continues to be great. Enjoy western or local dishes such as pho and noodles at Fresh Restaurant overlooking the infinity pool. While most of the dishes are healthy, you can indulge in the occasional treat too, and you absolutely must enjoy sunset tapas at Zen Bar cocktails.

Suites and pool villas are dotted around gently sloping hills to maximize privacy. Most offer views of the ocean, and many have floor-to-ceiling windows and features such as the suspended bath that appears to float. Chic Suites have a terrace and a small garden ringed by a fence; Beachfront Pool Villas right on the beach feature gorgeous hammocks.

The Maia Spa by Fusion Resort Cam Ranh enjoys Fusion’s innovative approach to wellbeing, providing a varied menu of re-energizing “Natural Living” experiences, each delivered from the heart by their highly skilled therapists and using only the highest quality products available. Fusion’s “All-Spa Inclusive” service offers guests daily access to massages, facials, body scrubs, body wraps, and decadent beauty treatments with everything included in the room rate.

Guests can also enjoy movement therapies such as yoga, tai chi, and qi gong, and daily meditation sessions. Plus, they even have yoga classes for kids.

The resort also boasts a free-to-use Fitness Centre, two outdoor Yoga Pavilions, one air-conditioned Yoga Studio, a brand new floodlit tennis court, a selection of swimming pools, indoor and outdoor children’s entertainment, and the Maia Boutique filled with a range of hand-picked, locally sourced products with everything from clothes to candles and artwork.

In terms of dining, the resort boasts numerous restaurants and bars: the Breeze poolside restaurant and terrace serving international fair; Fresh indoor and outdoor poolside restaurants with healthy menus and themes as well as Vietnamese and international delicacies including freshly caught, locally sourced fish and seafood; The Zen Bar with its gorgeous views, serves artisanal cocktails, chilled beers, tropical juices, and smoothies, good food, and great company; plus there is also In-Villa Dining, delicious Homemade Pizzas; not forgetting their fabulous Breakfast “Anywhere, Anytime” where guests can enjoy an a la carte breakfast in any of the restaurants, or in the privacy of their villa or suite, by the pool, or even down on the beach with the sand between your toes, and all at any time of the day or night!

It’s no wonder the resort has won so many awards, including Best Luxury Hotel/Resort in Asia in the 2018 Luxury Lifestyle Awards as well as the TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Award 2018.

2. Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An

Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An shines a light on Vietnam’s central coast and cultural heartland. Its 35 hectares of landscaped gardens edge a private 1-kilometer stretch of Ha My Beach, one of Forbes’ “best beaches in the world”.

Situated 30 kilometers south of Da Nang, the Resort offers a gateway to three extraordinary UNESCO sites – Hue’s Imperial City, the temple sanctuary of My Son, and enchanting Hoi An – complemented by spectacular beachfront living.

Proudly flying the flag for luxury in Vietnam, The Nam Hai’s tropical gardens span 35 hectares (85 acres), opening out onto the white sands of the country’s finest beach, fringed by more than 4,500 palm trees. Immersed in the luscious green surroundings, guests find contemporary home-away-from-home sanctuary in 100 luxurious one- to five-bedroom villas, many with private pools.

Couples can rekindle the romance in a private one-bedroom paradise, waking to the sound of the Eastern Sea and shimmering shore just footsteps away. Families gather at pool villas filled with entertainment essentials and space to stay and play, choosing from ocean views or the serenity of a private tropical garden, while large parties seek the peaceful sanctuary of hillside villas.

Discreetly tucked into the surrounding landscape, the expansive complex is perfect for entertaining friends and family, spending days sipping cocktails on the pool deck, or dining in lantern-lit gardens after dark, with private butler service and sleek, modern amenities. Villa interiors feature a raised central platform wrapped in gossamer netting, complete with a padded divan, a king-sized bed, and a bedside bathing area with a lacquered eggshell bath. All have outdoor rain showers; some have private grounds with a swimming pool and direct beach access.

In terms of dining, Cafe Nam Hai overlooks the water gardens and serves International and Asian Fusion plus delicacies from the tandoor oven. Lá Sen features inventive Vietnamese flavors as well as daytime stone-baked pizzas and local fishermen’s catch in a breezy setting by the sea.

The Bar is on the upper level of Cafe Nam Hai and offers an inspiring selection of refreshments in stylish, low-lit interiors or on the ocean-view balcony. The Beach Bar serves Asian tapas and Central Coast-inspired cocktails against sparkling sea views, with hanging chairs and daybeds beneath soaring palms.

Named Best Emotional Recovery Space in the Condé Nast Traveller Spa Awards 2019 and Global Wellness Resort of the Year at the SpaChina Awards 2019, The Heart of The Earth Spa continues to inspire guests to connect to the Earth’s natural wonders to improve their inner and outer wellbeing. For 2020, the Spa will launch its own line of “earth-to-body” coconut oils, cultivated from the Resort’s 4,500 coconut trees and created onsite, further linking guests to Mother Earth.

Following the success of 2019’s Visiting Masters program, 2020’s program will see the return of Rashdy Ahmad (The Healing Hand), Marco Della Valle (Sixth Sense Readings), Patricia Sharkey (Aura-Soma Colour Therapy), and Christopher Harrison (father of Aerial Yoga), alongside three new masters: Zarah Kumara, founder of White Light Yoga, who works with individuals to harmonize the physical and subtle bodies, guiding them to their highest selves; Ryko Kalinko, an internationally renowned healer who unites western and eastern approaches in his pioneering massage-meditation modality, Guided Chi Healing; and Alex Scrimgeour, renowned acupuncturist and massage therapist who specializes in the extraordinary Dien Chan Facial Reflexology.

Of course, there is no Four Seasons rewards program, but if you are a regular guest of the Four Seasons or even want to try this iconic brand for the first time, you can take advantage of loyalty style benefits at Four Seasons hotels for no extra cost by booking your next stay via our concierge.

3. Amanoi

Named for the Sanskrit-derived word for ‘peace’ and noi meaning ‘place’, Amanoi is a tranquil retreat situated on a beautiful white-sand beach overlooking spectacular Vinh Hy Bay.

Nui Chua National Park protects an area of more than 29,000 hectares of pristine coastal and marine habitats in Ninh Thuan Province, northeast of Ho Chi Minh City. Amanoi is situated on the dramatic coastline of this National Park.

After an incredible and beautiful drive through Nui Chua National Park, guests ascend the stairs to Amanoi’s Central Pavilion. The panoramic views of Ninh Thuan Province, the sea, and the coastline are jaw-dropping.

The Central Pavilion sits on top of the hill and is inspired by a traditional Vietnamese communal hall. Within this hall, you will find the Restaurant, Bar, and an expansive terrace, all with breathtaking views.

The resort’s Library offers a range of reading materials in several languages, and there is a boutique featuring a selection of traditional Vietnamese lacquerware, handmade jewelry, and local bronze, copper, pottery, and ceramic items, as well as resort apparel in case you forget anything.

The Cliff Pool is next to the Central Pavilion, along with a beautiful swimming pool. The second swimming pool is found at the Beach Club, on the edge of the white-sand beach. This second pool also offers dining and lounging areas, as well as a range of water sports equipment.

The resort’s Aman Spa is a restorative wilderness by the sea, set on a tranquil lake and surrounded by the National Park’s verdant hills. From single treatments to multi-day holistic retreats in a dedicated Spa Villa, Amanoi is a place of profound tranquillity and healing. Set beside a calming lotus lake, its extensive spa is rooted in Vietnamese well-being traditions.

Designed specifically to meet guests’ individual health and wellbeing goals, Amanoi’s bespoke Wellness Immersions are holistic, restorative retreats incorporating movement and bodywork, nutrition, mindfulness, and spa therapies. Lasting from three to 21 days, each spa retreat is developed to deliver defined, palpable results, promote a lasting sense of inner peace, and encourage profound, meaningful change in lifestyle and outlook.

Amanoi’s fitness options also include a spacious, light-filled Gymnasium, a Pilates Studio, and a lakeside Yoga Pavilion. There are also two outdoor tennis courts and a number of scenic hiking, running, and trekking routes nearby.

4. Six Senses Con Dao

Six Senses Con Dao is the first luxury resort in the remote Con Dao archipelago, designated a national and marine park. Six Senses’ eco-modern design pays homage to its pristine location. Relax with Vietnamese wellness and spa treatments or improve your yoga practice, then dine on fresh-caught seafood.

35 contemporary one-bedroom pool villas and 15 multiple-room residences include butler service and a private infinity pool. Ocean View Deluxe Pool Villas are the best for privacy and honeymooners, with their own infinity pools and great views.

50 villas incorporate more than a thousand teak carvings with butterfly-style roofs designed to minimize the use of air-conditioning and maximize airflow throughout the resort. Six Senses Con Do also installed a solar panel system in every villa to save power as much as possible. In collaboration with National Parks, Six Senses Con Dao has become the proud custodians of selected clutches of turtle eggs to protect the eggs from being poached from nests at neighboring islands.

Wellness is important here. Built in a relaxed residential style and surrounded by tropical gardens, Six Senses Spa Con Dao features five treatment rooms, an outdoor Yoga and Meditation Pavilion, a nail bar, and a coconut oil workshop studio. Or head outside for a morning run, yoga, or a few squats or stretches against the backdrop of the spectacular Lo Voi Mountain.

5. Six Senses Ninh Van Bay

Six Senses Ninh Van Bay sits on a dramatic bay that feels like an island, with impressive rock formations and overlooking the sea. A golden sand beach and towering mountains mix frame this family-friendly. The architectural style incorporates the traditions of Vietnam. The 62 accommodations are all personal villas with private plunge pools.

The restaurants at Six Senses Ninh Van Bay serve international and local favorites, plus East meets West specialties complemented by the best local seafood, including lobsters and king prawns, and fresh organic produce grown in the temperate climate of Dalat. You can lounge on daybeds with drinks from the wine cave or healthy fresh juices and favorite libations from the bar.

Six Senses Spa at Ninh Van Bay is a sanctuary of wellness for all the senses. A sanctuary in the hilltops reached via stepping stones is Six Senses Spa Ninh Van Bay, which treats you from top to toe. Bliss out with traditional Vietnamese therapies, local body treatments, and rejuvenating journeys while relaxing to the sound of the natural streams flowing by. In addition to the breathtaking treatment rooms where guests feel at one with nature, the spa is equipped with a yoga pavilion, a gymnasium, a hair salon, and a spa retail gallery. Yoga, a jungle gym circuit, and more serious wellness programs are on offer, too.

Six Senses Ninh Van Bay not only offers the perfect location for relaxation, but its proximity to Nha Trang and its prime position in a calm and sheltered bay means that guests can enjoy many activities and excursions on water, underwater at the coral reef, and on land.

6. Soneva Kiri

Soneva Kiri is found on the island of Koh Kood on the eastern coast of Thailand. It is Thailand’s fourth-largest but least populated island. Its remote location means that it remains far less spoilt than Thailand’s more popular islands. Whisk yourself to paradise in the Soneva Kiri private 8-seater plane, just an hour’s flight from Bangkok International Airport. Surely the perfect way to start your honeymoon?

Koh Kood is famed for its pure waterfalls, crystal clear waters, and traditional village life. It is an area of outstanding natural beauty with lush, verdant, tropical jungle and pristine beaches. The resort’s 34 private villas sit either on the beach or on the sun-dazed slopes amongst the rainforest, gazing over the Gulf of Siam.

Each is generously large – the most spacious in all of Asia – offering complete privacy and every level of five-star luxury and comfort. The resort offers everything from 1 bedroom Bayview Pool Villa Suites with pool, outdoor bathroom, dressing area, and dining area right up to the sprawling Six Bedroom Sunset Ocean View Pool Reserve.

The resort makes the lightest possible footprint on the environment and blends seamlessly into its natural surroundings. Only natural and sustainable building materials have been used, resulting in the rustic-chic, ‘no news, no shoes’ barefoot luxury, which is the Soneva standard.

Food and wine are excellent, and the team of chefs uses only the freshest ingredients, locally grown or sourced, often from the resort’s own organic fruit and vegetable gardens. Soneva Fushi also has Benz’s restaurant, a small dwelling amongst the mangroves, accessed only by boat and lit by fireflies and candles. It is the name restaurant of Khun Benz, who has returned from 10 years at Soneva Fushi, who produces some of the best Thai food in Thailand.

The View offers modern European fine dining with an Asian twist. All enjoyed with its spectacular vistas and unparalleled outlook. So Spirited is a poolside restaurant perched on a cliff overlooking the sea beyond, offering delectable tapas and beverages.

Honeymooners will love the candlelit dinners at Benz or can marvel at the view from the spectacular Treepod Dining. The Treepod is a cocoon-like rattan frame lifted 16 feet above the ground. Waiters deliver each course via zipline!

There is more to do at Soneva Kiri, from the children’s Den, a bamboo structure in the shape of a Manta Ray, complete with a drawbridge to keep out adults, to every water sport and excellent diving and snorkeling, to cooking classes, an observatory, sunset cruises, day trips to neighboring islands and guided jungle treks, to watching classic movies on the big screen at Cinema Paradiso.

The Six Senses Spa is nestled into the tangled branches of the jungle and welcomes children as well as adults. Sample treatments from the Six Senses spa menu to embark on sensory journeys without leaving the enclave of Soneva Kiri Resort.

Treat yourself to locally-inspired treatments to the healing therapies of Asia and beyond. Mud massages, Thai herbal baths, silk facials, the warm oils of Ayurveda, and a rich selection of wellness rituals.

Six Senses Spa uses a myriad of traditional herbs and essences in its treatments. One of their most popular services is the Wellness Screening, which provides an insight into their newest technology to offer a full, non-invasive reading of your body’s composition and biomarkers.

Private sessions of Hatha yoga focus on gentle movement with an effortless flow between each pose. Reap the added benefits of stress release, improved flexibility, and a stronger and more powerful body from this practice. This, combined with guided meditation and breathing exercises, will help regulate the pace of breath, relax, and maintain the steadiness of the body, leading to a clearer mind and better coordination during yoga practice. Signature massages and energy treatments complement your daily schedule and enhance its results.

7. Amanpuri

It is no secret that we love Aman Hotels. You can read about our recent trip to Aman Grand Canale Venice, which I love.

Amanpuri Phuket is tucked away in Surin Beach alongside the holiday homes of the rich and famous on Phuket. The beach can only be reached via the hotel or by boat, keeping it almost completely private.

A towering Thai pavilion sits at the Amanpuri’s center, fringed by lush jungle and facing onto a vast black-tiled swimming pool with a glorious view of the Andaman Sea. A stone staircase leads to Pansea Beach, a rustic-chic restaurant, more swimming pools, a watersports center, and tennis courts. An excellent spa is tucked away on the other side of the resort, overlooking Bang Tao Beach.

Amanpuri’s rooms exude Thai elegance. Garden pavilions are secluded, with a walled garden, sunken bath, and outdoor shower. Pavilions 103 and 105 have the most striking sea views. Pick a Garden Pool Pavilion for utterly private dips in your own plunge pool.

In Sanskrit, Amanpuri means “place of peace,” a fitting name for such a tranquil destination. Designed for your complete relaxation and rejuvenation, their wellness programs are designed specifically for guests and delivered at the Aman Spa.

Natural herb-infused treatments are offered in six light-filled pavilions that include a private steam room, shower, bath, and outdoor meditation sala. These are joined by a gym and Pilates studio with panoramic views, a yoga and meditation pavilion, and four floodlit tennis courts.

Amanpuri’s Wellness Centre provides a range of adaptable well-being programs tailored from start to finish to meet personal goals. Offering condensed one- and two-day sessions, as well as Original and Intensive Immersions lasting three nights or more, the Centre’s scope ranges from medically led therapies to holistic treatments designed to alleviate stress and lift the spirit.

8. Six Senses Yao Noi

Six Senses Yao Noi offers 56 tree house pool villas in Phuket which will appeal to your inner child and to honeymoon couples.

Perched on a cliffside like a lover’s nest, they feel like you are staying in a luxury treehouse and offer jaw-dropping views over Phang Nga Bay’s limestone pinnacles. These rustic villas with palm-leaf roofs provide complete luxury for your honeymoon.

Laze by the infinity pool, which is so perfect that you feel you might swim right off the edge. Eat in the split-level dining room, which is surrounded by natural vegetation and a waterfall, drink on a daybed in the main house, and stay as long as you can afford. While this is not on a beach, it must be considered as you have your very own pool villa to enjoy.

In terms of wellness, refresh, and rejuvenation at the Six Senses Yao Noi Spa village, which has a Thai-inspired longhouse and individual treatment salas set in the tropical hillside. Let your senses rebalance as you’re transported through memorable journeys and traditional healing practices that incorporate the elements of earth, water, fire, and air.

9. Four Seasons Resort Langkawi

Flanked by tropical rainforest, limestone cliffs, and the emerald waters of the Andaman Sea and tucked away within a UNESCO World Geopark, Four Seasons Resort Langkawi’s Malay-style pavilions and villas offer both quiet, romantic havens for lovebirds as well as versatile family-oriented and wellness retreats. This Four Seasons is also one of the best luxury hotels in Langkawi.

The Four Seasons is located on the quieter northern side of the island, along a mile-long sandy beach in beautifully landscaped gardens. The resort feels secluded, yet the airport is only 25 minutes away, and the hotel is a short boat ride from the Klim Karst conservation area, where you can spot macaque monkeys, sea otters, and the unique walking mudskipper fish.

Four Seasons Langkawi has 48 acres and 91 rooms. A heck of a lot of beaches and very few people. Malaysian people are the secret ingredient. They love life (and especially food) and take the responsibility of hospitality very seriously. They smile a lot. The staff at Four Seasons Langkawi are simply amazing when it comes to remembering how you like your coffee, your favorite wine, and where you like to sit.

The hotel offers a private hideaway for couples seeking a relaxing break at the same time as accommodating families. With just 91 rooms arranged in dispersed villas, there is plenty of space for all kinds of travelers, and I would have few concerns about being disturbed by children if you are a couple on a romantic break. The public spaces have calming, high blue walls, tranquil reflection pools, and huge green spaces, with the architecture brilliantly reflecting the Arabic and Asian history of the island. Bill Bensley has done a splendid job redesigning this luxury getaway.

Four Seasons Langkawi offers all the services expected from a 5-star resort hotel. Three restaurants, bars, a spa, gym, tennis courts, water sports, and swimming pools, including an adults-only quiet pool with private cabanas. We love the pool-side service with mini treats such as frozen watermelon, and strawberry smoothies offered every 30 minutes or so. There are a few nice surprises, like the complimentary bike hire (48 acres, remember) and the ping-pong tables.

Even the entry-level room, the Pavilion room on the ground floor, is large with great amenities. Whilst officially the room is 68 m², it feels larger with a spacious bedroom, huge bathroom complete with a walk-in wardrobe and outdoor spaces at the front (sun-loungers, table, and chairs overlooking the gardens) and rear (outdoor jacuzzi and shower in a walled garden). The super-comfy Four Seasons bed ensured we slept soundly, waking to enjoy the plentiful hot water, unique toiletries, and fresh coffee from the Nespresso machine. Soaking in the outdoor jacuzzi under the stars with an after-dinner glass of champagne (helpfully, a half bottle is included in the minibar) is the perfect end to the day!

Wake up with a morning swim in your plunge pool before enjoying breakfast on the deck, then head out to explore the mysterious mangrove forests, winding rivers, and ancient sea stacks that create this unique landscape.

Of course, wellness is important here. Discover modern balancing treatments at the award-winning Geo Spa, plus our extensive “yoga for everyone” program. Long rhythmic strokes, kneading, and grounding oils epitomize the out technique, used by Malays for generations to relieve tension, release endorphins, and lull stressed bodies and minds into a peaceful slumber. Their signature massage also incorporates indigenous buah pelaga, kayu manis, and bunga chengkih poultices to promote deep relaxation in the 90-minute session.

Designed for couples to experience together, this award-winning ritual focuses on three specific chakras – sacral, heart, and crown – to maximize emotional and sexual connection, love, and universal blessing. Exquisite oils of mawar (the oil of love), Bunga limau (bliss), and bunga melur (for stimulating the flow of love) result in a beautiful union of mind, body, and spirit. This journey of love concludes with a traditional blessing ceremony.

Malaysia’s ancient Ramuan traditions focus on attuning the body’s energies to the rhythms of nature. This heavenly experience awakens the feminine spirit and floods the kidneys and reproductive system with energy. Its six therapies flow from a cleansing Pengwapan to Bliss Body Renewal, followed by a Glowing Radiance bath infused with kacip fatimah, a herb renowned for boosting energy and supporting women’s emotional well-being. A soothing Taksu Kasih massage is followed by kidney packs and kacip fatimah wrap to rejuvenate the life-giving energy of the kidneys and adrenal glands.

Embrace the spirit of wellness with their ‘yoga for everyone’ program: from sunrise yoga to moonlight meditation, beginner’s classes to therapeutic back care, and children’s introductory classes to element-based asanas that align with specific Geo Spa treatments.

10. Tavoos Garden & Wellness Center

“Access to wellness is a basic human right, not a privilege to only those who can afford it.” These are the thoughts of Valentina Lyubiteleva, who sold everything and left a typical 9-5 lifestyle in Canada and moved to Cambodia to launch a non-profit luxury wellness program with her fiance and his partners.

That one sentence is what drives the team behind Tavoos Garden & Wellness Center. A motto they stand behind. A belief system that drives them to work hard each day to bring guests luxurious and affordable wellness retreats while giving back to the community.

Tavoos Garden & Wellness Center is a non-profit luxury retreat space offering daily drop-in classes and weekly retreats for those who want to give back to their body and mind and, at the same time, give back to the community.

“When we travel to countries such as Cambodia in order to indulge in the beauty, culture, food, and zenfulness we are always greeted with open arms by the locals. Even when they barely have anything, they share with us the little food they have on their table. They share with us their rich culture, their beautiful land, and most importantly, allow us to enjoy the zen environment while escaping our stressful lives. They allow us to heal our bodies, minds, and souls in their backyard. So why should we not share with them these wellness activities for which we travel thousands of miles to do?

They see tourists walking around their communities with Yoga mats. They see photos of us meditating in their nature. Often times they are curious and want to learn but are shy or simply do not have the financial means to do so. This is why we decided to turn the wellness side of Tavoos into a non-profit social venture.” Says Valentina, co-founder at Tavoos.

Tavoos’ Non-Profit Weekly All-inclusive Wellness & Detox Retreats start on Mondays. Guests can attend a 3, 4, 5, or 6-day package where they get to take part in Yoga, Meditation, NIA Dance, Medical Qigong, Moringa workshops, and Art Therapy while swimming and enjoying three healthy meals and detox juice each day. The packages can be purchased as daily drop-ins if guests have their own accommodations already while in town, or they can add accommodations through Tavoo’s partner hotels, such as the Green Leaf boutique hotel. Two of which are directly next to Tavoos Garden.

After each successful weekly retreat, Tavoos will use its profits to dig a water well for families in communities around Siem Reap. This way, by attending the retreat, guests feel good knowing that not only have they given back to their own bodies and mind but also provided access to clean water for years to come to families in need.

Daily drop-in Yoga, Qigong, and NIA classes are based on the “Pay it Forward” concept. This means that for each class a guest attends and pays for, one class is donated to a local woman or child. Each week, the center hosts Free classes so that locals who normally would not be able to afford classes can attend and learn about different practices and wellness rituals.

Tavoos also partners with different businesses in Cambodia, such as hotels and restaurants. After each 100th guest that is sent to Tavoos by one of its partners, Tavoos donates a water well in the partner’s honor to a local family.

“The retreats have been designed to provide a luxury environment and experience which everyone can afford. Healing and wellness are about giving back, not about making a profit,” Says Valentina.

For those who are in town for a short visit and don’t have the time to dedicate to a 3 to 6-day retreat program, Tavoos also offers its Sunday Funday package as of January 2018. This is a full-day retreat where guests can get a taste of all the activities and workshops offered and enjoy a healthy lunch and massage poolside or in Tavoos’ zen tropical garden.

“Be a conscious wandering soul while traveling and share your wellness rituals, as we all need access to wellness programs. Give back to the world we all share”.

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