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Dusit signs for Tengchong property in China

Dusit signs for Tengchong property in China

Dusit International has signed a management agreement with Tengchong Zongheng Volcano Tourism Development Company to manage Dusit Devarana Hot Springs Resort Tengchong, Yunnan.

Designed to appeal to discerning leisure travellers seeking a distinctive, tranquil retreat amongst nature, the luxury resort will comprise 150 elegantly furnished villas and guest rooms in a picturesque location only ten minutes by car from Tengchong town centre, and just 30 minutes from Tengchong Tuofeng Airport.

The resort’s key feature will be the outdoor hot springs experience providing a choice of therapeutic, aromatic, splash and foot reflexology pools.

Each villa will also feature its own hot springs pool where guests can enjoy views of the stunning volcanic landscape.

Other resort facilities will include an international all-day-dining restaurant, a Chinese restaurant, a large ballroom, well-equipped meeting rooms, a swimming pool, a fully equipped gymnasium, and Dusit’s signature Devarana Spa delivering Thai-inspired massage therapies in luxuriously appointed treatment rooms.


Situated in the western part of Yunnan Province, Tengchong is a fast-growing destination renowned for its hot springs, volcanoes, ancient buildings, charming villages, vibrant culture and important historical sites.

For 2,000 years it served as a vital link on the ancient Southwestern Silk Route. 

“We are delighted and honoured to bring our unique brand of Thai-inspired, gracious hospitality to this magnificent area,” said Lim Boon Kwee, chief operating officer, Dusit International.

“Dusit Devarana represents the pinnacle of our brand offerings, providing a truly personalised experience for those who seek a balance of tranquillity, convenience and excellence.

“We look forward to delivering this and more at this stunning new resort.”

With 28 properties currently in operation across four brands in eight countries, Dusit International is in a significant growth phase which will see the number of Dusit properties surpass 70 within the next three years across key markets worldwide.

In China, the company currently operates six hotels and has more than 20 properties in the pipeline.