Chiva-Som International Health Resort will reopen on October 15th, two weeks earlier than planned. This date will mark the completion of the fourth and final stage of a top-to-toe renovation – the first major works since the inauguration of the destination 24 years ago.
Wellness destination Chiva-Som has reopened after a six-month closure to complete the third of four stages of its first major renovation since its inauguration 23 years ago.
Luxury Thai wellness resort Chiva-Som is currently undergoing its first major renovation since its inception 23 years ago. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole chats with chief executive, Krip Rojanastien, to discover how investments made now will allow the property to accommodate the demands of the traveller of tomorrow
This month, Asia’s original and best destination spa, Chiva-Som launches its brand new golf clinic. The new Chiva-Som Golf Clinic incorporates a thoughtfully designed series of all-in-one packages to suit all levels of golfer, from beginner to advanced players. Tailored to individual golfers’ skills and requirements, the packages will be offered in conjunction with nutritional consultation and analysis.
Mary Aziz Talks to Paul Linder, resort Director at the famous Chiva-Som Retreat, Thailand
Asia’s original and best destination spa, Chiva-Som is delighted to announce its collaboration with cashmere queen, LisaT.
Celebrating 15 years this year, Chiva-Som, Asia’s original destination spa, continues to innovate and develop in order to offer guests the finest and most effective treatments. The latest addition to the menu of over 150 treatments is Sound Bath Therapy, a tranquil and non-invasive treatment using vibrational healing techniques to restore the body to equilibrium.
After five years of operation in the heart of Bangkok, Chiva-Som’s Academy unveiled its new, expanded, world class facilities in April 2009.The 1,455 square meter “Centre of Excellence” caters for up to 1,000 students per year via an impressive suite of contemporary classrooms, practical training rooms, consulting rooms, a spa cuisine cooking school with extensive demonstration kitchens, fully equipped training gym and yoga studio. With 24 lecturers, practitioners and support staff, the Academy will hold 66 courses throughout its first year in the new location. The Health and Wellness courses will include Spa Management, Holistic Therapies, Spa Therapy, Hydrotherapy, Movement Therapy, Post Graduate courses for physiotherapists and fitness professionals as well as cooking classes for trainee chefs. All courses are designed to deliver practitioners with exceptional skills to meet the needs of the growing spa industry.