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5. Spa Programs and Packages in Thailand Spa Trips in Thailand Whether the spa is for health or treatment, Thailand can offer some of the best programs and packages around. Upcountry in Chiang Mai & Chiang Rai These two northern provinces are home to misty mornings and rolling hills and picturesque mountains. The temperatures are the coolest in Thailand. They are good provinces for a fresh rejuvenating vacation surrounded by nature. Beaches & Islands Hua Hin & Cha-am: These two places located just south of Bangkok are easily accessible and are home to some of the finest spas in the country. They include: Chiva-Som, Hau Hin Marriot Resort and & Spa, Mandara Spa, Evasion Hua Hin, Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa and Centara at the Sofitel Hotel. Ko Samui: This island newly discovered just a few decades ago, has because of its stunning beaches, turned into one of Thailand’s leading tourist havens. Some of the most popular spas are at Tongsai Bay (Prana Spa), Ivara Beach Hotel and Anantara Resort & Spa. Phuket: Nicknamed the ‘Pearl of the South’, Phuket is the largest island in Thailand with lots of beautiful white-sandy beaches. There are also plenty of spas to be found there too at: Banyan Tree Phuket, JW Marriot Phuket, Sheraton Grande Laguna Phuket and Evason Phuket Resort. Trip Activities Few of the suggested trip activities include: Nuturing Touch: This is a delicious sensory journey of loave and care using pepper berries, foot soak, honey, sweet almond oil, yeast powder scrub, milky steam, cheese mud, ginger and vanilla oil. Imperial Health and Spa: This is a unique vapor of oils and top-notch service using traditional Thai soothing signature treatments. Mantra of Rejuvenation – Detoxifying Myth: This ancient healing technique consists of foot scrub, almond agrape seed oil, mineral water steam, jasmine body scrub and kaffir lime bergamot oil. Detoxifying Hot Clay Massage: This is a relaxing and rejuvenating method that uses natural plant essences and aromatic oils to entice activate blood circulation, relief fatigue, eliminate toxic wastes, and reduce cellulite build-up.
Mulberry Authentic Thai Treatment: This is an ancient traditional massage with Herbal Compress to tackle muscle tension and relax the body thoroughly. A Touch of Luxury Package: This includes massage and facial treatment. The reflexology stimulates the immune system Lymphatic drainage improves body metabolism. Oxygen therapy refreshes the body and mind. Hydrotherapy with Thai herbs rejuvenates the body self-healing process. Cleansing and detoxifying therapy relieves tension and headache and also improves skin condition. Urban Escape Treatment: This is a combination of derma logical body and face therapies to heal tired and stressed muscles. Spa Programs in Thailand Slimming, Weight Reduction & Firming with Spa: This new treatment uses acupuncture, bio-energy balancing, natural herbal extracts, diets and exercise. Cleansing & Detoxifying with Spa Detoxification: Detoxifying meaning ‘cleansing’, detoxifies the GI tract, skin, liver, gallbladder, lymphatic system, lungs, kidneys and urinary bladder using fasting, herbal detoxification remedies, hydro colonics, energy-balancing and other body treatments. Relaxing & Anti-Stressing with Spa: This concentrated relaxation program, encourage visitors to lie back, let the stress out and the pleasure in, concentrating on nothing but the pleasant physical sensations. Massage and hydrotherapy encourage the muscles to relax and also increase circulation, improving the flow of oxygen and nutrients to the cells. Oils used during the massages also have physiological and psychological effects, promoting a relaxed body and quiet mind. Some places also have exercise and meditation. Rejuvenating & Anti-Aging with Spa This program can include exercise, yoga to assist in the flow of body energies, a light, low-fat diet and meditation to encourage proper breathing and re-oxygenation. Oil massages can also develop the system while the massage increases blood flow, bringing oxygen and nutrients to starved cells. Hydrotherapy may also employ for similar effects. 6. Thai Spa Cuisine: Spa cuisine is basically low fat, low salt and low sugar, so making it extremely healthy. These are the 3 essential points of what goes into Thai Spa Cuisine. On top of this, in order to reduce fat intake, Thai Spa Chefs use only the leanest meat and do not rely on oils. Many of the meals consist solely of fish, grains and pulses. Besides the three lows, Thai Spa Cuisine provides only the freshest ingredients doused in a high level of intensity in flavors, so resulting in deliciousness. Even though there is no formal training available in regards to Thai Spa Cuisine, Thailand’s Spa Chefs are guided by selected dieticians and nutritionists who are considerably knowledgeable about the healthiest options possible. What is mandatory, however, is that the Spa Chefs, while dishing up their cuisine, do not slump into indifference and forget about the ultimate flavors. Flavors which are all so essential in allowing people to actually enjoy eating – some of these flavors involve ginger and lemongrass, the latter of which also assists in clearing the breathing tracts.

7. Spa Tourist’s Guide

Spa Etiquette

The staff should:
– Give each and everyone of the clients total attention
– Look like they really care
– Offer a warm friendly greeting
– Explain everything clearly
– Use everything correctly during the procedure
– Adhere to the correct techniques
– Answer all question
– Help with clothing

The visitor should
– Arrive relatively on time
– Choose between a male and female therapist
– Do not hesitate to get nude in front of the therapist
– Advise and give feedback to the therapist if needed
– Explain any health complications
– Avoid alcohol and cigarettes
– Be quiet
– Share your space kindly
– Do not bring children
– Share public space respectfully with other spa goers.
– Do not bring animals/pets to the spa.
– Give honest feedback to the therapist, owner, receptionist, etc.
– Avoid any vigorous activity for a least one hour following all heat treatments.

Safety and Healthy

Stay safe at Spa

Doctor Download: In the event of a medical treatment, such as a shot of Botox or laser skin resurfacing, from a spa, make sure to check that whoever is administering your procedure is an experienced, licensed physician or a well-trained nurse or physician’s assistant operating under a doctor’s supervision.

Good spas: A good spa will always ask a few questions to find out whether the visitor is physically all right.

Training: Check to see if the spa is a member of the local chamber of commerce and a trade association with a code of conduct.

Proper Protocol: Check the cosmetologist’s tools and the spa’s overall sanitary practices.

Compare Costs: Beware of bargain prices, if they are incredibly cheap the place could be a scam.

Ask Questions: Never be afraid to ask questions about a spa, its staff and the treatments being offered

8. Spa Directory

List of spas in Thailand

Ambassador Hotel Spa Ambasador Hotel Bangkok, 171, Sukhumvit Soi 11 (Tel: 0 2254 0444 Fax: 0 2254 7506)
Amrita Spa & Fitness Nai Lert Park Hotel, 2 Wireless Road (Tel: 0 2253 0123 Fax: 0 2253 6509)
Anne Semonin Spa Sofitel Silom Hotel, Silom Road (Tel: 0 2635 9980-3 Fax: 0 2635 9981)
Anurak Spa Rembrandt Hotel, 19 Sukhumvit Soi 18 (Tel: 0 2261 7100 Fax: 0 2261 7015)
Bali Spa Chao Phya Park Hotel, 247 Rachadapisek Road, Dindaeng (Tel: 0 2290 0125 Fax: 0 2275 8577)
Bangkok Spa Bangkok Golf Spa Resort 99/3 Moo 2, Tivanon Road, Pathumthani (Tel: 0 2963 9777 Fax: 0 2963 9797)
Centara Spa and Fitness Centre Bangkok Sofitel Central Plaza, Ground Floor, 1695 Phaholyothin Road (Tel: 0 2541 1234 Fax: 0 2541 1087)
Hapa Spa – a boutique spa & salon in the heart of Bangkok 20/4 Soi Sukhumvit 3 (Nananua), Sukhumvit 3 Road, Klongtoeynua, Wattana (Tel: 0 2253 9860, 0 2651 0966 Fax: 0 2252 8549)
Sareerarom 177 Thonglor Soi 10, Sukhumvit Soi 55, Sukhumvit (Tel: 0 2391 9919 Fax: 0 2391 9969)
Varee Spa 3/6 Soi Saladaeng Silom Road, Silom, Bangrak (Tel: 0 2266 8399, 0 2266 8808 Fax: 0 2266 9559)

Chiang Mai
Ban Sabai Spa Chiangmai Ban Sabai Spa Viallage, 216 Mu 9, San Pee Sua (Tel: 0 5385 4778 Fax: 0 5385 4775)
Belle Villa Resort Spa 135 Mu 5, Ban Pong, Hang Dong, Chiang Mai (Tel: 0 5336 5318-21 Fax: 0 5336 5322)
Bussaya Spa Chiang Mai Plaza Hotel, 92 Sridonchai Road, Changklan (Tel: (0 5320 3161 Fax: 0 5327 2230)
Elemis Spa Therapies Mae Rim-Samoeng Old Road, Mae Rim, Chiang Mai (Tel: 0 5329 8181 Fax: 0 5329 8190)
Jirung Health Resort 99 Mu 7, Rim Tai, Mae Rim (Tel: 0 5386 1511-3)
Northern Heritage Spa Northern Heritage resort & Spa, Chaing Mai – Lumphun golf club PO box 14, San Kumphaeng, Chiang Mai (Tel: 0 5338 1000-11 Fax: 0 5338 1014-5)
Suan Bua Garden Spa 158 Mu 3, Hangdong-Samoeng Road, Chiang Mai (Tel: 0 5336 5271-9 Fax: 0 5336 5280)
The Paradise Spa 43/1 Mu 6, Mae Rim, Chiang Mai (Tel: 0 5386 0463 Fax: 0 5386 0468)
The Spa Four season resort Chiang Mai, Mae Rim-Samoeng Road (Tel: 0 5329 8181 Fax: 0 5329 8189)
Yoga Barn Mae Rim-Samoeng Old Road, Mae Rim, Chiang Mai (Tel: 0 5329 8181 Fax: 0 5329 8190)

Adora Spa Maritime Park and spa Resort 1, Tungfah Road, Paknam (Tel: 0 7562 0028-46 Fax: 0 7561 2992)
Chao Nang Spa 244 Mu 2, Ao Nang (Tel: 0 7563 7635-6, 0 7563 7830-1 Fax: 0 7563 7655)
Mandara Spa Sheraton Krabi Beach Resort, 155 Mu 2, Baan Klong Muang, Nong Talay (Tel: 0 7562 8000 Fax: 0 7562 8048)
Montra Spa Pavilion Queen’s Bay Hotel, 56/3, Ao Nang (Tel: 0 7563 7950)
Pimalai Spa Pimalai Resort, 99 Mu 5, Koh Lanta Beach, Ba Kan Tiang, (Tel: 0 7560 7999 Fax: 0 7560 7998)
Rayavadee Spa Rayavadee Resort, 214 Mu 2, Ao Nang (Tel: 0 7562 0740 Fax: 0 7562 0630)
Wana Spa Phi Phi Island Beach Resort & Spa, 49 Mu 8 (Tel: 0 7561 2915 Fax: 0 7561 2916)


Aman Spa Amanpuri, Pansea Beach (Tel: 0 7632 4333 Fax: 0 7632 4100)
Anda Spa Club Andaman Beach Resort, 2 Patong Beach Road, Patong (Tel: 0 7629 6294 Fax: 0 7634 0527)
Angsana Spa, Allamanda Laguna Resort Allamanda Laguna Resort, 29/98 Mu 4, Srisoonthorn Road, Cherntaly, Talang (Tel: 0 7632 4359 Fax: 0 7632 5764)
Angsana Spa, Dusit Laguna Resort Dusit Laguna Resort, 390 Srisoonthorn Road, Cherngtalay, Talang (Tel: 0 7632 4320 Fax: 0 7627 1002)
Angsana Spa, Laguna Beach Resort Laguna Beach Resort, 323/2 Mu 2 , Srisoonthorn Road, Cherngtalay, Talang (Tel: 0 7632 5405 Fax: 0 7632 5407
Angsana Spa, Sheraton grande Laguna Phuket Sheraton grande Laguna Phuket, 10 Mu 4, Srisoonthorn Road, Cherngtalay, Talang (Tel: 0 7632 4101 Fax: 0 7632 4368)
Banyan Tree Spa, Phuket Banyan Tree Phuket, 22 Mu 4, Srisoonthorn Road, Cherngtalay, Talang (Tel: 0 7632 4374 Fax: 0 7627 1463)
Blue Canyon Spa Blue Canyon Country Club, 165 Mu 1, Thepkassattri Road, Talang (Tel: 0 7632 8088 Fax: 0 7632 8068)
Centara Spa, Central Karon Village Central Karon Village, 8/21 Mu 1, Karon (Tel: 0 7628 6300-9 Fax: 0 7628 6315)
Conrad Phuket Spa Conrad Phuket Resort and Spa, 84 Mu 8, Sakdidej Road, Vichit (Tel: 0 7620 0800 Fax: 0 7620 0819)


Azure comsaed Spa Azure Comsaed River Kwai Resort & Spa, 18/9 (Tel: 0 3463 1443 Fax: 0 3458 9094)
Pung-Waan spa Pung-Waan Resoret and Spa, 72/1 Mu 2, Thamakham (Tel: 0 3451 4792-5 Fax: 0 3451 5830)
Suan Nanachaat – Garden of Many Nations 36/12, Tambon Nong Bua, Amphoe Muang (Tel: 0 3563 3356 (Thai), 08 1699 9052 (English))

Prachuap Khiri Khan
Centara Spa Hua Hin Sofitel Central Hua Hin Resort, Hua Hin (Tel: 0 3251 2021 Fax: 0 3251 1014)
Chaba Spa Angsana Resort &Spa, 228 Mu 4, Samroiyod (Tel: 0 3255 9366-7 Fax: 0 3255 9368)
Chiva-Som International Health Resort 73/4 Phetkasem Road, Hua Hin (Tel: 0 3253 6536 Fax: 0 3325 11154)
Mandara Spa Anantara Resort & Spa, 43/1 Phetsakem Road (Tel: 0 3252 0250 Fax: 0 3252 0259)
Mandara Spa (Hua Hin Marriott Resort) Hua Hin Mariott Resort & Spa, 107/1 Phetkasem Road, Hua Hin (Tel: 0 3251 1882-4 Fax: 0 3251 2422)
Six Sense Spa Evason Hu Hin, 9 Mu 3, Paknampran Beach (Tel: 0 3263 2111 Fax: 0 3263 2112)
Sky Spa Aleenta Resort, 183 Mu 4, Paknampran Beach (Tel: 0 3257 0194 Fax: 0 3257 0220)
S’Mor Spa Village 122/64 Takeab Road, Hua Hin (Tel: 0 3253 6800 Fax: 0 3253 6464)The Spa Hilton Hua Hin Resort and Spa, 33 Naresdamri Road, Hua Hin (Tel: 0 3251 2888 Fax: 0 3251 1053)


Aiyapura Spa Aiyapura Resort & Spa, 29 Mu 3, Koh Chang (Tel: 0 3955 5111 Fax: 0 3952 1656)
Koh Chang Spa Koh Chang Resort and Spa, 39 Mu 4, Koh Chang (Tel: 0 3955 1081 Fax: 0 3955 1083

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Source of content and photographs : Tourismthailand.org & HotelsThailand.com

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