How eco friendly spa hotels has managed to secure its place in Thailand
The tourist’s interests in the country include visiting the busy markets in the Bangkok to the appealing beaches of Phuket. In general, the entire plea of the country is something that everyone should have an interest in. 0: Introduction Thailand is currently the number one country leading in eco-friendly spas globally. One of the great things that we learn from tourism in this country is that you never need to sacrifice comfortability for sustainability. This is a fact that has been proven by the many and beautiful green spa hotels that makes you feel a royalist and special as you complete your holiday in the country. Houses in this resort are built in resemblance to magical tree houses and are spacious enough to accommodate any size of families.
More to this, the gentle sounds of the running water and birds flirting across the canopies make the place one of the most enjoyable places to be. To conclude about the resort, the green element of the resort is all that makes everything in the resort natural. In this case, the facilities in here are completely basic creating a low impact on one’s cost and also keeping its guests right at the heart of nature. 2: The Sarojin This spa resort is located in Khao Lak just amidst of the Lush national park. Another thing that makes it one of the best is its distance from the Phuket International Airport (Naditz, 2008). One of the best things that have awarded the resort its great status is its efforts and their passion for the environment.
In the recent award, the resort gained the position one award as the best small green resort spa in the country. Apart from the spa services offered in the country, while at the resort one gets a chance to step outside the beachfront suites and villas, walk past the private plunge pool allocated to you and much more. On the same case, while at the resort spa, you get the opportunity to be cradled by Natai Beach which is a 20km long stretch that has pure white sand and also serves as a monument to the serenity (Naditz, 2008). By visiting this resort in Koh Kood, you will always feel free from desertation since the resort touches open-air cinemas, ice cream parlours and treetop dining pods that give the entire place a unique twist.
With all these that are present in the resort, it is one of the best that you would ever wish having a massage or spending your holiday from. 5: Kamala This is yet another great resort in Thailand where you can enjoy spa services. The hotel is well tucked in the forests of the western part of the Phuket island. Apart from massage services, while at this place you will be sure of forgetting the hectic lifestyle that Phuket is known for. This makes the island so large and giving tourists a feeling of being surrounded by water (Kristanti, 2016). More to this, the island is best known for its crystal clean water that makes it a favourite destination for a tropical beach getaway.
More to this, the island harbours many conservation and education centres. The place also harbours the Phuket houses, the Phuket Butterfly Garden and insect centre. On the same note, there is a wildlife park and a research centre for both animals and plants. It is not the first time Thailand as a nation has received global awards for being a pioneer in eco-tourism. To initiate the program the government played the role of holding campaigns on marrying education on conservation issues with deluxe getaways and providing adventure packages for any interested and mindful tourists (Kristanti, 2016). Ever since these campaigns began, the country started making improvements in revenues collected from low impact tours in the region. On the same note, there was a reported growth in the establishment of eco hotels and luxury resorts that are still growing even today.
It is through all this that the country has turned to one of the most popular destinations for both environmental activists and the public at large who understands the value of a lands natural beauty. 0: Methodology So as to acquire accurate and well defined data the sources of the information included both primary and secondary sources of data collection. 1 Primary sources i) Interviews Most of the information in this research paper is based on information gained through interviews from resourceful personnel’s who had visited Thailand before. In this case, the interviews involved both open headed and closed questions that were well defined in order to achieve the conclusion of the research ii) Observation Having been to Thailand and visited some of the ecofriendly spa discussed in this paper, I carried out self-evaluation that helped me in reaching to a defined conclusion.
2: Secondary data In order to come up with a well-defined conclusion, I also made use of secondary sources that included journals published by various writers majoring on the same topic. 0: Data analysis In this chapter is more definition of the data collected, discussion and interpretation of the data. On another case, the improvement being made on the Thailand beaches are very promising to harbour more tourists that will improve the spa business. 0: References Baker, Melissa A. , et al. "Eco-friendly Attitudes, Barriers to Participation, and Differences in Behavior at Green Hotels. " Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, vol. Virabhakul, Vanasanan. "How do spa-goers make decisions when faced with a choice conflict? Discrete choice experiments for day spas in Thailand. " New Trends and Issues Proceedings on Humanities and Social Sciences, vol.
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