AS THE WORLD EMERGES from its cocoon and Thailand reopened on Nov. 1 for fully vaccinated travelers and can now fly directly into Koh Samui and experience wellness at Kamalaya while enjoying generous savings.
To reconnect with international guests and celebrate the reopening of Thailand, Kamalaya’s Stay Longer, Save More offer generously allows up to 30% savings off room rates plus an additional 20% off any wellness program when booked before Dec. 31 2021 and until by March 13, 2022.
Since the global pandemic took hold, the world has been forced to deal with health problems, including isolation and stress-related anxieties, meaning that the holistic wellness programs at Kamalaya are more significant now than ever before.
Following the challenges of the past 18 months, holistic programs such as Embracing Change and Resilience & Immunity are ideal for anyone who wishes to pursue wellness while embracing travel as the world transitions into the new normal.
Embracing Change focuses on enriching emotional wellbeing and addressing one’s life circumstances. Suitable for anyone seeking support with change or challenging situations of any kind, this program can also benefit anyone navigating loss, anxiety, and grief, whether pandemic related or due to regular life events.
With both the five and seven-night programme options, guests learn to recognize and understand their habits to release, heal, rebuild, and strengthen emotional patterns before learning how to sustain a personal practice and establish healthier levels of balance.
Recognizing the changing needs of the world during this moment in time, Kamalaya founder and chief wellness officer, Karina Stewart and her team of wellness professionals developed the Resilience and Immunity program.
Designed to transform the immune system and reduce inflammation, this program supports physical health, optimal immunity, and resilience of the mind. It is highly beneficial for anyone with vulnerable immunity, post-viral fatigue, auto-immune concerns, or simply wishing to feel more robust and fortified in the face of life’s uncertainties.
John and Karina Stewart, founders of Kamalaya Koh Samui commented: “Guests can fly into Koh Samui and come immediately to Kamalaya to start their program and relax. It is so simple; the whole process is seamless. From arrival on Samui, you come to Kamalaya and it’s as if you are on your normal holiday.
“The world has gone through a collective trauma, and all our programs at Kamalaya have been curated to transform, nurture, guide and support with compassion. We are here to serve and care for our guests with a heartfelt and genuine John and Karina Stewart, founders of Kamalaya Koh Samui commented: “Guests can fly into Koh Samui and come immediately to Kamalaya to start their program and relax.
“It is so simple; the whole process is seamless. From arrival on Samui, you come to Kamalaya and it’s as if you are on your normal holiday. The world has gone through a collective trauma, and all our programs at Kamalaya have been curated to transform, nurture, guide and support with compassion. We are here to serve and care for our guests with a heartfelt and genuine connection.”
Participants of all programs at Kamalaya, receive a body bioimpedance analysis and receive guidance and personal consultations with the wellness sanctuary’s expert team of naturopaths, TCM practitioners, life enhancement mentors, and highly trained expert therapists.
Perched upon an idyllic hillside surrounded by nature, Kamalaya’s location on the southern coast of Koh Samui inspires, nourishes, and supports the intimate connection and informality craved by all in the wake of the pandemic.
After a long pause on inbound international travel, fully vaccinated travellers can fly directly to Koh Samui upon meeting health and safety requirements. Tourists entering Thailand must be
Covid-free with an RT-PCR before departure and upon arrival undergo an RT-PCR test before being transferred directly to Kamalaya Koh Samui.
Upon receiving negative results, guests have the freedom to enjoy the wellness experiences and dining facilities at Kamalaya, and those around the island.
With expansive outdoor space, open-air dining, lush tropical vegetation, cascading streams, 250 metres of private beach and a cave once used by Buddhist monks as a place of meditative retreat, Kamalaya’s nature and the setting is an integral part of each guest’s experience.
Since opening as a health sanctuary in November 2005, Kamalaya has offered enriching wellness programs that combine healing therapies from East and West making it one of the world’s top destinations for everyone seeking to improve health and wellbeing. connection.”