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|Health Retreat Chiang Mai 聳 Your Next Vacation Could Be Entirely Different
Posted by Bansabairesorts on April 4th , 2017
When your job or your life in general stresses you out, you know you need a relaxing and rejuvenating break in a ‘magical’ place that lets you get away from it all. If this is the case then you need a health retreat in Chiang Mai. There, you can enjoy a one-of-a-kind vacation amidst beautiful natural surroundings while being pampered or enjoying activities that can rejuvenate your mind, body, and spirit. Some of the best venues for health retreats in Chiang Mai are boutique spa resorts set in peaceful surroundings, but within a short drive from the bustling heart of the city.
Choose an established and renowned spa health retreat in Chiang Mai , where you can feel a relaxing and tranquil environment, from the moment you arrive. Spa resorts are the perfect holiday accommodation to enjoy solitude or spend an intimate vacation with a loved one while enjoying a range of relaxing and rejuvenating activities, like yoga, spa treatments, and detoxification programs. The resorts are well-appointed with facilities like a swimming pool and gym.
Your health retreat in Chiang Mai will not be complete without spa treatments that should leave you revitalized and recharged. Spa services include therapeutic treatments and relaxing programs to calm you down and improve your mood. Some of the best spa resorts in Chiang Mai offer yoga, rejuvenation , and detoxification programs, which you can book inclusive of your accommodation package.
The best health retreats in Chiang Mai offer comfortable suites, villas, and rooms that are fully furnished to the highest standards, with views of relaxing and luscious gardens and pools. Food is another reason to book a health retreat where it will be served in a fine setting in your room, villa , or the resort dining room. Reputable health retreats offer an extensive menu of international and Thai dishes that are sure to delight and excite you, while keeping you healthy at the same time. Some will also offer Thai cooking classes so that you will take home recipes for some of the wonderful food you will enjoy at the resort.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Ban Sabai Boutique Resort & Spa offer luxurious spa & health retreats in Thailand. We have a friendly boutique spa resort in Chiang Mai that can help you to relax and celebrate well-being. At Ban Sabai Village Resort & Spa, Chiang Mai we offer a full range of spa treatments and affordable luxurious accommodation amongst the foothills of the Himalayas. During your stay, you can enjoy an extensive collection of pampering spa programs, detoxes and yoga sessions. Our friendly boutique spa resorts are dedicated to making you feel at home during your stay with us.
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