It's well-known that Bali is synonymous with Relax & Recreation (R&R), making it the perfect place to enjoy the sun, sand, sea...and spas. With this package, you're signing up for a 60-90 mins heavenly spa at one of Bali's best spas. Pick treatments anywhere from Shiwa Balinese massage to a Balinese Boreh body mask, after which you'll enjoy a delectable 3-course lunch at the spa cafe.
Once your body is at ease, focus on your mind with a visit to the home of a local Mangku (priest) for spiritual healing and a meditation session. Ibu Mangku practices the ancient art of spiritual healing and meditation that unlocks your sub-conscious and emotions. However, you're in good hands as the Mangku attends to all individuals with care and explains how you can continue your emotional and mental healing long after you've left this place.
But the treat is not over yet! This tour returns to Seminyak for a stop at yet another spa, where women can pamper their tresses, get a mani or pedi, while the men can opt for a barber who'll straighten any hair woes.
Next up, you'll retire at one of the best bars in Southeast Asia for a sunset cocktail (or two). And when you're done for the night, head back to your drop-off location in a modified 1980s VW Kombi limo equipped with a sound system, 2,000 tunes, a mini bar, wifi, charging ports and cables and reminisce about your day!
*Pick up point: 10:30 at Ku De Ta Jl Oberoi (laksmana) Seminyak
**Drop off will be in Ku De Ta Seminyak at 18.00
Inclusions: Local English-speaking guide, transportation in VW Kombi (with driver), mineral water, cold towel, spiritual healing/meditation session, lunch with juice or soft drink.
Exclusions: Additional food and drink, spa services and treatments, souvenirs and items of a personal nature, tips and gratuities for the guide. Please note that spa services may be subject to change.
Dress standard: Please note that all locations we visit require, at the very least, shorts and t-shirt and footwear. Tank tops and singlets are not allowed as a general rule. As we will be visiting a priest and taking part in a healing service, modest attire is recommended. Note that women who are menstruating are not allowed to enter temples. (You are, however, permitted to walk around the outside of the temple and look in.)
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