Mind, Body & Culinary Heaven At Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok

Hong Kong, 2012-11-21 — /travelprnews.com/ — Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok’s new Mind, Body & Culinary Heaven Package is a leisurely, luxurious programme of relaxing Asian wellness, delectable Thai cuisine and culture. The package aims to provide guests with lasting memories of an enriching stay in exotic Bangkok, at one of the world’s most legendary hotels that has been recently recognized as the ‘Best in Thailand’ by the readers of  Conde Nast Traveler, US.

Guests can experience physical, emotional and mental rejuvenation with a range of wellness sessions including private Tai-Chi or Pilates classes, yoga and meditation sessions and a deeply relaxing Oriental Signature Massage at the multi-award winning Oriental Spa, set in a beautiful Thai-style teak house nestled in a lush tropical garden on the Chao Phraya River.

Thai cuisine lovers will learn the key to creating Thai tasty delights with a private class at the hotel’s famous Thai Cooking School and then feast on the best of sumptuous Thai cuisine produced by the hotel’s award-winning chefs at the authentic Sala Rim Naam Thai Restaurant. Finally, an exotic boat ride up the scenic river to Bangkok’s magnificent Temple of Dawn, where sunrise or sunset vistas illuminate one of Thailand’s most treasured and beautiful places of worship is the perfect way to experience this fascinating city.

The Mind, Body & Culinary Heaven Package is available until 30 March 2013 and is priced from Baht 24,929++ or Baht 29,341 nett per room per night (single or double occupancy) and includes:

  • Private Tai-Chi or Pilates session
  • A 90-minute Oriental Signature Massage
  • A 90-minute Yoga and Meditation session
  • 2 pm – 5 pm:  Private session at the Thai Cooking Class
  • Set Dinner at the Sala Rim Naam Thai Restaurant
  • A 60-minute boat trip to the Temple of Dawn (“Wat Arun”)
    (Timing:  Choice of Sunrise or Sunset)
  • Personal butler service

For over 135 years distinguished travellers have followed the legendary Chao Phraya River to the doors of one of the world’s most iconic hotels, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok. A paragon of classic luxury and rich in history, it is filled with stories of some of the world’s most celebrated world travellers and famous writers who have made it their “home away from home”.  Guests staying in any one of the 393 rooms and suites can enjoy the exceptional services of their own personal butler; and the warm, Thai hospitality provided by the 1,350 staff members. The hotel’s many restaurants and terraces on both sides of the river offer a myriad of dining options. The award-winning Oriental Spa is a unique haven of peace and tranquillity where the gentle ministrations of dedicated therapists employing traditional Thai techniques and centuries-old practices will stimulate, rejuvenate and sooth body, mind and spirit.  For more information and reservations visit www.mandarinoriental.com/bangkok.

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is the award-winning owner and operator of some of the world’s most prestigious hotels and resorts. The Group now operates, or has under development, 45 hotels representing almost 11,000 rooms in 28 countries, with 19 hotels in Asia, 13 in The Americas and 13 in Europe, Middle East and North Africa. In addition, the Group operates, or has under development, 14 Residences at Mandarin Oriental connected to its properties.

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Somsri Hansirisawasdi
Director of Public Relations

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