HotelsEven teens and pre-teens will experience a wellness-led lifestyle at Tri Vananda

Wellness has a new benchmark: It’s in Phuket

Rendering of Tri Vananda wellness resort
Rendering of Tri Vananda wellness resort Photo Credit: MHG

BANGKOK — Bangkok-based developer Montara Hospitality (MHG), plans to invest Thai baht 6,600 million (US$220m) in the development of  what it says will be “Asia’s largest and most comprehensive wellness residential community”.

Called Tri Vananda the wellness resort is expected to open in Phuket in 2022.  

MHG is the developer behind luxury resort destination Trisara and Michelin-starred PRU.

Tri Vananda will offer 298 two and three-bedroom solar-powered residential villas, anchored by a wellness resort, in a hillside setting 20 minutes from the Phuket International Airport.

Health and wellness amenities at Tri Vananda will include a health centre with consultation rooms, physiotherapy and TCM treatment rooms, a cognitive health centre, and facilities for health diagnostics aimed at treating residents and guests with tailored programmes.

A mindfulness centre on the resort lake will have an indoor hall and outdoor areas for meditation.

Also situated on the lake will be a spa with separate-sex thermal rooms, relaxation areas, a hammam, and private spa suites, and a fitness centre with a 50-metre swimming pool, gym, sauna, juice bar and lake pier for recreational water sports.

Finally, a dedicated club designed for teens and pre-teens will foster a wellness-led lifestyle for younger community members.

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