British people who are feeling in need of a relaxing holiday may wish to book flights to Thailand.

British people who are feeling in need of a relaxing holiday may wish to book flights to Thailand.

The region of Phuket is home to the Banyan Tree Hotel and Resort, where tired travellers can indulge in some pure luxury in the spa by taking part in the Diet of Pleasures.

This bucks the trend of a traditional diet by avoiding food restrictions and exercise regimes – instead, participants are encouraged to choose from a list of luxury treatments.

These include massages, body conditioners, facials and Thai body treats, where traditional herbs and spices are used for the ultimate in relaxation.

In addition, for people looking for a little romance, there is the Intimate Moments experience, where couples can benefit from a magically-transformed villa, complete with flower petals and scented candles.

Banyan Tree’s philosophy is based on rejuvenation of the body, mind and soul and each resort usually has between 50 and 100 rooms.

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