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Spiritual Myanmar

Yangon – Bagan – Inle Lake

Inspired by the ancient cultural heritage, indigenous peoples and natural beauty of this ‘hidden jewel of Southeast Asia,’ our unique wellness odyssey covers age-old healing and spiritually-inclined practices.

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Our Tailored Experiences

  • Spiritual Bangkok

    Bangkok, Thailand

    Spend an afternoon exploring the spiritual side of Thailand, one of the world’s most devoutly Buddhist countries. At the Wat Mahathat meditation centre, meet an English-speaking monk who will teach you about Vipassana, the type of meditation practised by Gautama Buddha and used by many to achieve mindfulness and harmony. Have your fortune told the Thai traditional way by a respected fortune teller.

    Also visit several temples, including: Sri Maha Mariamman, Bangkok’s main Hindu temple with colourful shrines dedicated to Ganesh, Kartik and Sri Maha Mariamman; Wat Pathum Wanaram with its surprisingly peaceful meditation garden despite being surrounded by the city’s largest malls; and Erawan, a shrine honouring the Thai representation of Brahma, the Hindu god of creation. 

    Duration: 6.5hrs

  • Balinese Water Purification and Astrology Reading

    Bali, Indonesia

    Water has long been viewed as sacred to the Balinese, and holy water even more so. Spend the morning at Tirta Empul, a Hindu Balinese water temple. Built around a sacred water source in 960 AD and dedicated to Vishnu, the Hindu god of water, the temple has been drawing pilgrims and devotees to its purification pools for more than a thousand years.

    Accompanied by the guardian of the temple, present an offering at the main temple before dipping yourself in a purification pool. The sacred waters here are believed to have curative properties, cleansing believers of physical and non-physical impurities, including negative karma. After, travel to a nearby compound to have your destiny read by an astrologer the traditional Balinese Hindu way.

    Duration: 6hrs

  • A Balinese Spiritual Journey

    Bali, Indonesia

    One of the attractions of Bali is its rich spiritual heritage, often evident at sites which combine religious, cultural and natural beauty.

    Spend a full day exploring the spiritual side of Bali with highlights including: meeting a Balinese shaman who will open your spiritual chakra, believed to promote well-being and inner harmony; a blessing and purification ceremony at Pingit Sebatu Temple with its sacred waterfall said to cleanse impurities of the body and spirit; quiet meditation in a stone cave reached by walking down some 300 stone steps at the 11th century Gunung Kawi, known for its mystical shrines hewn from the sheer rock face; and a yoga, meditation or chanting session in the tranquil surrounds of ponds and gardens at a yoga and meditation centre near Ubud.

    Duration: 8hrs

  • Create Your Own Traditional Indonesian Herbal Medicine

    Bali, Indonesia

    Known as the Spice Islands in the 16th century, Indonesia is one of the most biodiverse countries on Earth, home to almost 11% of the world’s flowering plants. Indonesian spices are still prized by many, especially when used in jamu, a traditional herbal medicine originating in Central Java believed to cure and prevent a host of illnesses.

    Join a hands-on workshop in Ubud and learn how to combine exotic spices and herbs typically found in tropical gardens to make this traditional elixir with cleansing and slimming properties as well as boreh, a Balinese scrub and mask used to exfoliate dead skin cells and to rejuvenate the body.

    Duration: 5hrs

  • Experience Traditional Myanmar Medicine and Massage

    Yangon, Myanmar

    Myanmar traditional medicine dates back to the 9th century Pagan era and even a thousand years later, it is still preferred by many for its accessibility, low cost and treatment of the body as a whole. Spend a fascinating half day learning about a few different approaches to Myanmar traditional medicine, influenced by both Buddhist philosophy as well as Ayurvedic Hinduism.

    Drive to Yangon’s Kon Zay Dan Street and browse through a market stocked with herbs, plants and even sea shells, all of which have medicinal value. Visit a clinic which uses traditional therapies such as gold ash powder mixed with local herbs or holistic diagnostic and healing methods based on Ayurvedic concepts. Finish with an invigourating deep tissue massage performed by blind therapists with a heightened sense of touch.

    Duration: 4-8hrs

  • Yoga Practice Overlooking the Mekong River

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    Luang Prabang has an almost palpable Zen-like spirituality to it, in part due to its concentration of so many temples within a small area, hundreds of monks and tranquil setting tucked away in a Mekong River valley. Take advantage of this serene environment in a private yoga session surrounded by lush gardens on the banks of the Mekong River with unobstructed views of the river and the surrounding mountains.

    Breathe in the fresh mountain are while learning different styles of yoga from your instructor, all with the view of achieving a sense of calm and mindfulness. The yoga postures you practise in this session are conducive to meditation and mindfulness, helped along by your peaceful surrounds.

    Duration: 1-1.5hrs

  • The Spiritual Traditions of Luang Prabang

    Luang Prabang, Laos

    Yoga and Buddhism share many similarities, including a common spiritual culture originating in India. Yoga prepares the body to be still, with postures and poses focused on creating a peaceful inner environment. Similarly, Buddhism promotes meditation as a way of being present and cultivating awareness.

    Spend the morning experiencing how these two traditions overlap. Cross the Mekong River and climb some 60 steps to the temple of Wat Kok Phap where a certified meditation teacher will shed light on the connection between Buddhism and Lao meditation. Enjoy some quiet time to practise either close to the temple or in a secluded forest setting. Also meet some of the temple monks and present them with an offering of food, monk’s robes or a cash donation, depending on what is needed at the time of your visit.

    Duration: 3.5hrs

  • Meditation and Yoga at Angkor

    Siem Reap, Cambodia

    The largest religious monument in the world, Angkor still retains a spiritual allure between its jungle-clad ruins, enigmatic towers and majestic temples. Start or finish your day practising yoga and meditation on the most sacred mountain in the complex in this exclusive experience.

    Meet a certified yogi at Phnom Bakheng, a 10th century temple with five tiers and seven levels. The temple is representative of Mount Meru, home of the Hindu gods, while its seven levels represent the seven Hindu heavens. Interact with some of the monks who live within the complex, then make your way to a private pagoda for a guided yoga and meditation session. Finish with a blessing ceremony with the opportunity to give back to the monks.

    Duration: 2hrs

  • Yoga and Meditation at Hanoi’s West Lake

    Hanoi, Vietnam

    Meditation is an important Zen practice to many Vietnamese Buddhists. Even for the non-religious, meditation allows one to let go of tension and stress, freeing the body to begin its natural healing process. Visit a Buddhist temple, situated on the tranquil banks of the Red River, where you will spend an energising two hours practising mindful breathing and gentle postures under the guidance of your experienced yoga and meditation instructor. This quiet, secluded setting is the ideal location to cultivate both mind and body.

    Duration: 2hrs

  • Practice Tai Chi with a Master

    Hanoi, Vietnam

    Based on the philosophy of Taoism, Tai Chi resides somewhere at the intersection of physical exercise and meditation. Originating more than a thousand years ago as a form of combat training, the slow, even movements of Tai Chi aim to improve concentration and balance while achieving a harmony between mind and body. Hanoi’s early morning hours, before the controlled chaos of the city sets in, are ideal for practising this gentle form of martial arts. In the peaceful garden surrounds near the Opera House, meet with a local Tai Chi Master who has been practising this oriental exercise and philosophy for almost 10 years. Breathe in the early morning air, listen to the birds sing and move your body under the guidance of the Master in a series of movements that blend gentleness with strength.

    Duration: 30min – 1hr