I don’t know about you but I can really use a holistic retreat right about now. One of Thailand’s most picturesque halcyon resorts, nestled in the lush forests of Phuket, looks like the perfect place for some peaceful rest and oms. Keemala‘s seven tree houses, each equipped with their own private pool, were constructed following the beliefs of the We-ha (Sky) Clan, who built their homes elevated from the ground in order to obtain better creativity and liberty. Days here consist of pool plunges, spa treatments, trips to nearby beaches, yoga, and meals prepared from fresh garden vegetables and herbs. Just what I’m craving: a serene escape.
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