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A WELLNESS JOURNEY Posted on 11 August 2017.

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Treating yourself to some spa therapy is often a part of any holiday, but a stay at The Barai in Thailand’s Phuket is centred around the peace and calm of spa treatments. The lavish spa accommodation was designed by famous Thai architect Khun Lek Bunnag, who drew inspiration from a visit to the Baton Temple in Cambodia’s Angkor. The Barai was named after ‘Barays’, man-made reservoirs created to channel irrigated water for daily use by the Khmers. An award-winning destination, The Barai has 18 treatment rooms and eight residential spa suites. The balcony suites each have a private balcony with views looking out over the Gulf of Thailand, while the ground suites feature private plunge pools and gardens. Situated on more than four and a half acres of tranquil beach, The Barai is a temple of sanctuary. The Barai aims to send their guests on a journey of personal wellness, with extensive spa treatments, signature massages, yoga, and fitness and healthy lifestyle programs on offer. As one of Thailand’s most premier luxury spas, The Barai takes a holistic approach to healing, with treatments focusing on the body, mind and spirit. The Barai spa therapies are centred on water due to the essential element’s link to healing throughout history. Each treatment is customised to meet the needs of each guest, and The Baraistaff use authentic therapies inspired by many ancient Thai rituals and traditions in combination with Western treatments to ensure guests receive the best possible results. To find out more about the rejuvenating treatments The Barai can offer you, visit their website.

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