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Sustainable and mindful in Thailand

Thailand is one of the most popular and most visited destinations in Asia and offers many opportunities especially in the field of ecotourism and mindfulness.

Almost 94% of Thai people are Buddhist, which is where the original concept of mindfulness comes from. If you want to combine sustainable travel with mindfulness and wellness, our green pearls are the place to be.

On one of the main islands in an archipelago of six islands is the Zeavola Resort. Phi Phi Island is known for its hilly landscape with soaring cliffs, surrounded by unique beaches and emerald green sea. The spa at Zeavola is nestled on the island’s beautiful rainforest. The treatments are influenced by Thai, Chinese, European, and Polynesian techniques and are performed by experienced therapists. The finest aromatherapy oils and organic fruits, plants, and herbs are used to promote well-being and provide a deep sense of relaxation. The spa experience at Zeavola Spa is complemented by a steam room, sauna, fitness room, and beauty salon. The team at Zeavola Resort believes that the restorative effects of nature combined with therapeutic spa treatments are the key to achieving total relaxation and enhancing overall well-being.

In the middle of the forests of Kamala on the Phuket peninsula lies the ideal place to unwind from the stresses of modern life: the Keemala. The hotel offers various “Holistic Living Retreats” which are carefully designed to take guests on their own individual relaxation journeys. The packages include pampering massages, healing treatments, yoga, meditation, and Tai Chi, as well as daily “spa cuisine”.

The resort’s spa, the Mala Spa, offers traditional and holistic healing methods for the body, mind, and soul. Whether one is looking for inner alignment and balance through a massage and healing bodywork or prefers a personalized holistic program to cleanse and refresh the mind and body, Mala Spa is the perfect sanctuary. Spa treatments have been carefully crafted to incorporate elements of the sea, earth, fire, air, and ether, as well as Keemala’s own rituals. All products, including VOYA, Siam Botanicals, and SpaRitual, are selected according to the Keemala ethos and are free from parabens and animal testing, so you can relax with a clear conscience.

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