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Most sustainable spa destinations in Asia

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Spa tourism is one of the fast growing subsectors of wellness tourism. The spa culture spread across other parts of Europe and later to the other parts of the globe. Today, spas immediately conjure up in one’s mind images of a relaxing environment with one dressed in a gown and Osho slippers listening to calming music. The sole aim of the spa these days is to achieve the satisfaction of their clients and to give them all possible treatment or therapies in order to maintain their fitness and wellbeing. Asia is geographically and environmentally rich for spa destinations and some of the exotic spa destinations are as follows:

Alila Villas Hadahaa, Maldives

Alila Villas Hadahaa, Maldives

It is surrounded by only the vast expanse of sky and sea. It was the first boutique luxury resort in the Southern Atolls and was opened in August 2009 and the resort is perched in a truly pristine part of the world. The resort is designed along environmentally sustainable lines following International Green Globe certification standards. It invites their guests to avail different types of spas and quality traditional therapies in order to stay fit and maintain their health.

Gayana Eco Resort, Malaysia

Gayana Eco Resort, Malaysia

After a twenty-minute boat ride from Malaysia, you will find Gayana Eco Resort. These are 44 luxury villas are perched over an immaculate coral reef hugging a verdant tropical forest off the shore of Borneo. It assures the local ecology of that place and has its own Marine Research Center. It is not only for scientists, it also welcomes its guests to come and see the colorful, rare and an exotic sea life of up close. After the great session of your spa therapies, you can visit the center for the chance to pat a starfish in one of the touch tanks or sign up to reef renewal program where you can replace a piece of refill coral back into the reef. In an addition to this, you can even join the jungle trekking adventures and can spend a quality time in the lap of nature.

Soneva Kiri, Thailand

Soneva Kiri, Thailand

An Eco Villa is a self-sustaining luxury suit built from stone, mud and timber sourced from Soneva Kiri’s property on the remote Thai Island of Koh Kood, off the southeast coast of the Gulf of Siam. It is the place where you can enjoy a guilt free holiday, as the villa is an eco resort and harvesting the rainwater in the tanks and capturing the sunlight to fuel the solar power lighting. The best part of the resort is that the resident plants self-clean the water of swimming pools.

Heritance Kandalama, Sri Lanka

Heritance Kandalama, Sri Lanka

It is an architectural masterpiece by Geoffrey Bawa and it is shaped like the outspread wings of a bird. It is celebrated for its green philosophy and is widely recognized as a five-star resort the put eco tourism on the map of Sri Lanka. It is a beautiful and a special hotel, a place that does not sit on the landscape but is a part of it. The hot water system of the hotel is fully relies on the sun. The sun is also the main source of power and light, which ensures that it is eco friendly.

 Malikha Lodge

Malihka Lodge, Burma

It is the perfect introduction and final farewell to Northern Katchin State. The area is ecologically vibrant and the home for rare bears, deer, wiled butterflies and plants, such as Black Orchid. This is an eco resort, which offers you to get the benefits of different types of spas and traditional therapies.

Summary

Asia is one of the best places for spa tourism, where people can enjoy the climate and the natural beauty of the place. They can have a great session of spa and other therapies. Moreover, they can also enjoy many adventurous trips and jungle trekking.

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