As you may know I review at least one spiritual resort each week. This week I’ve found a very affordable and easily accessible resort that has been in operation 3 hours north of Bangkok for 4 years now by a Thai-New Zealand couple, Surin Laopha and Bronwen Evans. Surin is a former massage therapist who has studied Thai healing medicine as well. Bronwen is a former journalist with marketing experience. Here is part of this press release from PRWeb about this spiritual retreat: Faasai Resort and Spa in Thailand.
Spiritual Retreat: Faasai Resort and Spa in Thailand
“The local village is called Kung Wiman, which means Heaven on Earth, while the district is called Sanamchai or Field of Victory. We chose Faasai as our name as it means clear skies or pure heavens. Our resort faces east so we receive the healing rays of the early morning sun and have spectacular moon rises. We also have lovely views of distant hill and mountains, fresh sea breezes, scents from the forest and natural mineral springs.”
The special package deal costs 4080 baht for three nights in a bungalow (approximately US $136) or 4560 for three nights in a villa room (approximately US $152). The package includes:
- Daily Breakfast for 2 persons
- Complimentary Ecotopia package for 2 persons (Thai massage or trip to mangroves at the Royal Marine Sanctuary Kung Kraben)
- Additional Adult/Child will be charged at THB 200 per night.
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The Ecotopia Package is based on 3 concepts: “ecological” or living in harmony with nature, “cornucopia” fresh organic food from the local land, and “utopia” paradise on earth. Thailand is generally a safe country with good transportation service and the resorts cater well to tourists. Would you like to go to this spiritual retreat: Faasai Resort and Spa in Thailand? If so, please click the Facebook “like” or “share” below.