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A little yoga escape in Chiang Rai’s green hills can do wonders to unwind your body and mind! Reboot your energy with twice daily Hatha yoga classes, daily organic vegetarian buffet picked fresh from the on-site farm, muscle soothing spa treatments, and rejuvenating swims in the Himalayan crystal salt pool. You can relax and catch up on restful sleep in cozy cottages overlooking a lake and peaceful gardens. Museflower is definitely an idyllic spot to unwind and nurture your nature!
Rooms at Museflower are arranged in a cluster of cottages set in a garden facing the peaceful lake. They offer clean, comfortable, and cozy rooms. All rooms are equipped with fans, windows with mosquito screens, storage space, and a bathroom with hot shower, shampoo, and shower gel. They also provide an electric kettle and complimentary herbal tea.
The deluxe room is spacious with two custom-made traditional Northern Thai style wooden beds, closet with hangers and bedside tables, wooden table, private bathroom, and a covered terrace where you can sit and relax outside. This room has both air-conditioning and a fan.
The superior room is spacious with two beds, a beautiful custom-made closet with hangers and bedside tables, private bathroom, and a covered terrace where you can sit and relax outside. This room has both air-conditioning and a fan.
The standard room is available as one double bed or two single beds, with beautiful custom-made Northern Thai style bedside tables, private bathroom, and a cupboard to place your belongings. This room is not air-conditioned, however it is equipped with a strong fan.
The triple room is equipped with a raised “Thai style” platform that fits three mattresses with custom-made Northern Thai style bedside tables, a private bathroom, high-quality fan, and a covered terrace where you can sit and relax outside. This room is suitable for small groups or single travelers who don’t mind sharing a room.
Yoga can be for everybody, and experienced in a non-competitive environment where the vibe is warm, gentle, supportive, and fun. The Hatha yoga classes will benefit beginners, intermediates, and even experienced practitioners looking for variety in their yoga practice. Learning is infinite; you constantly become attuned to your bodies and energies which changes day to day! In addition to yoga, you will experience a variety of wellness modalities. This is a wonderful opportunity to connect to the many part of yourselves, including your physical, mental, emotional body, and your soul energy.
Benefits from this retreat includes:
Tammy Hayano is the creator of Hanuman Yoga Retreat. Originally from California, she has been an ex-pat in various countries, as well as a world traveler for the past 14 years. Tammy took her love of travel, teaching background, and interest in transformational experiences to start Hanuman Yoga Retreat. Since its launch in 2013, Tammy has led retreats in Bali, Thailand, Mexico, Hawaii, and California. Tammy is trained in Hatha yoga, journey dance, Qi Gong, inner dance, tension-trauma releasing exercises (TRE), and Laughter yoga.
This tranquil retreat is nestled in a gentle wooded area surrounded by scenic lakes and lush rice fields 17 kilometers from Chiang Rai town. Located in Thailand’s far north in the Golden Triangle where the border meets Myanmar and Laos, Chiang Rai is a lovely place to explore Thailand’s exotic hill tribe cultures, beautiful Lanna (northern Thai) temples, arts and crafts, and go trekking by foot or elephant in the misty green hills.
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The price of this retreat includes daily delicious organic vegetarian buffet meals, served three times a day. Fresh produce is picked straight from their own on-site with aquaponics system and organic garden, and they source locally as much as possible. Their buffet is created to offer a variety of dishes, flavors, and colors to help excite the palette, stimulate the eyes, and therefore the appetite, so that you enjoy the experience of a healthy, nutritious, and satisfying meal.
From Museflower Retreat and Spa, you can easily visit some of Chiang Rai’s attractions and art, cultural, natural, and adventure highlights. The reception team will be happy to assist with recommending suitable Chiang Rai attractions, booking tours and cars, and making sure everything is organized and complements your retreat stay.
A fun place to shop and browse through for endless ethnic handicrafts, handmade gifts, souvenirs, clothes, snacks, and foods, along with numerous bars and restaurants, two food courts, and free cultural entertainment every night.
Doi Chaang coffee, one of Chiang Rai’s famous coffee chains, runs its coffee academy, and operates its coffee plantation and factory on the top of the mountain. Every winter, the coffee academy offers barista courses which are filled up very quickly. Macadamia nut farms and small resorts can also be seen along the top of the mountain. Below the mountain is the famous Mae Suai Dam, where local tourists can jetski or hop on banana boats in the reservoir, or dine at the restaurant on top of the dam.
A beautiful flower garden and residence built for the late Princess’ Mother, Her Royal Highness Princess Srinagarindra (Somdej Ya).
An exotic trek on an elephant’s back is one of the most memorable and fun ways to explore the lush jungles around the Chiang Rai’s Kok river. This is wonderful way to learn how elephants are fed, bathed in the river, and cared for, and even see mothers and baby elephants together in their natural environment.
Praised by many as one of the best museums in Thailand, this museum was created by the government to educate people about the history and dangers of opium, as part of the battle to eradicate opium production in the Golden Triangle. The entertaining exhibition traces the history of opium from its roots 5,000 years ago to present day issues of drug abuse.
There are many different hill tribe villages around the where visitors can see the Akha, Lisu, Lahu, and famous Karen long-neck tribes, and learn about their traditional way of life, as well as hill tribe handicrafts centers where you can buy souvenirs such as their exquisite embroidery and textiles.
Dedicated to the Princess’ Mother, this gorgeous museum houses the region’s largest collection of Lanna and northern art and artefacts. There is a permanent teak wood exhibition, an indigenous botanical collection, and revolving displays of contemporary and historic art, paintings, photography, sculptures, and more.
This charming private museum houses the owner’s extensive collection of northern style Buddha images and an amazing array of exquisite objects, furniture, and clothing used in the royal courts of northern Thailand, and includes beautiful items from Myanmar, China, and Vietnam that are 500 to 1,100 years old.
Boat rides along the Kok River are another fun and popular way to see the lush local landscape and visit some hill tribe villages, an elephant camp, or hot spring along the way.
This agro-tourism attraction owned by Thailand’s biggest beer producer. Besides a popular shuttle tour around the farm, the park also offers a restaurant nestled on the top of a small hill, a café, a gift shop by the entrance, and a wide lawn area for taking photos.
Chiang Rai’s cool hills are perfect for tea cultivation. There are lovely tea plantations where you can sample freshly brewed tea, enjoy the beautiful terraced landscape, and buy some local tea to take home.
The estate of renowned Thai national artist Thawan Duchanee consisting of black Lanna style buildings can be visited by appointment and is a fascinating museum of the contemporary artist’s extraordinary collections of sculptures and Southeast Asian artifacts.
This is the intersection where the three borders of Thailand, Laos, and Burma meet, and the area was once famed for its opium production, hence the “Golden Triangle” moniker. Nowadays, it’s a junction where you can find local markets selling northern handicrafts, clothing, novelties, and souvenirs, as well as river rides up and down the Mekong.
One of the most spectacular temples in Thailand, this entirely white contemporary temple designed by national artist, Chalermchai Kositpipat is an extravagant, fantasy vision of the artists’ vision of Buddhist heaven, hell, and nirvana. The majestic golden building that houses the public restrooms is just as beautiful as the rest of the temple. There is also a little market selling souvenirs and coffee next door.
This beautiful temple is famed for housing the sacred “Emerald Buddha” in the 14th century and now houses a replica of the original, now enshrined in the grand palace in Bangkok. The temple’s lovely grounds include an excellent museum of beautiful Buddhist artifacts.
This gorgeous 15th century temple houses a replica of the famed Phra Sing Buddha image that is now enshrined in Chiang Mai. This temple’s stunning northern Lanna style architecture and interiors are a delight to see, as well as some fascinating Buddha images under sacred Bodhi trees on the temple grounds.
Visit the busy walking streets for the locals on Saturdays and Sundays, to sample local food snacks and see what the locals do and buy. And of course you can buy something too.
Thailand’s spa treatments are a perfect way to reconnect to your body, mind, and soul, with the use of the natural Thai spa products and traditional spa therapies. The price of this retreat includes one 60-minute spa treatment. Additional treatments can be booked, for an extra cost.
Museflower Spa uses their own customized aromatherapy blends - inspired by nature’s four seasons, plus one special season in Thailand: spring, summer, autumn, winter, and monsoon. Their spa treatments and journeys are designed with the various elements of nature in mind, with spa facilities and therapies that are selected to relax, de-stress, refresh, and rejuvenate the body and mind.
Originally invented in Austria, and later adapted in Japan by Dr. Masaru Emoto and his colleagues, the Hado Kaizen program is a computer program which can scan and measure a person’s bio-energetic state, picking up any negative vibrations that are affecting a person’s health - whether it be vibrations of negative emotions, toxins and viruses, or unbalanced body areas.
After all the bio-energetic information is measured, a personalized Hado water will be made by imprinting the positive vibrations to neutralize any negative vibrations in the energetic body. Museflower Retreat and Spa is the first retreat and spa center in the world offering this program to its guests after the program has been translated into English in 2015.
All Museflower spa journeys include a 15-minute herbal steam session and a ginger and pink salt foot soak to stimulate your blood circulation. During the foot soak, you will receive a short shoulder and neck massage. After each spa journey, you can enjoy your favorite herbal tea in our spa garden, and take home a healthy spa gift. These journeys vary according to seasons, and lasts around two to two-and-a-half hours.
This massage is recommended for those who prefer to unwind and relax. One of the best spa treatments to melt away tension and stress, this full body signature massage includes a pampering facial and scalp massage. With your choice of aromatherapy oil and gentle slow stroking movements, this treatment allows your body and mind to immerse in a harmonic state once again. This massage is also suitable for children and pregnant guests. You can opt for a 60-minutes or 90-minutes massage.
This massage is recommended to those who prefer to be re-energized. This is the best spa treatment to revitalize your body with this integrative style of full-body signature massage, combining the techniques from the orient and the west. With your choice of aromatherapy oil, your therapist will use different movements, stretching, and acupressure to awaken the energy flow of the body again. You can opt for a 60-minutes or 90-minutes massage.
This massage is recommended to those who prefer to customize their own session. Tailor-make your own treatment by telling your therapists what you need and how you want it. Begin with a spa consultation to let them know what pressure you prefer, which areas you would like to concentrate on, and select your own aromatherapy oil that best caters to your need. Your therapists will use natural Thai spa techniques along with their instinct to tune into your body and energy, and incorporate their own unique style in this signature massage treatment. You can opt for a 60-minutes or 90-minutes massage.
Thailand’s best-known spa treatment, Thai massage uses pressure points and gentle body stretching to re-awaken the body’s energy flow by stimulating the meridians (energy channels). This treatment is practiced fully-clothed and without oil. You can opt for a 60-minutes or 90-minutes massage.
Combining traditional Thai massage with the use of freshly made Thai heated herbal compresses, this natural Thai spa treatment helps to improve blood circulation, ease aches, and re-energize the whole being. This treatment is offered without oil. You can opt for a 60-minutes or 90-minutes massage.
Inspired by the traditional “champissage” from India, this treatment combines both gentle and stimulating techniques on the upper back, shoulders, neck, and scalp to improve blood flow and relieve stress. Coconut oil is used to nourish the hair and scalp. You can opt for a 60-minutes or 90-minutes massage.
Relieve stiffness from your back and shoulder with this reviving upper body massage. Finish with a face and scalp massage for complete relaxation. This massage will take around 60-minutes.
One of the most popular Thai spa treatments, foot massage, kneads the reflex points on the feet that correspond to every organ and gland in the body. Begin with a foot soak and a shoulder massage to release tension, then enjoy the gentle healing of foot massage stimulation of the autonomic nervous, lymphatic, and circulation systems. Ideal to improve circulation and help tired feet to recuperate. This massage will take around 60-minutes.
Originating from ancient Egypt and China, cupping therapy is a natural therapy that’s been used for centuries to stimulate and activate the body’s own natural self-healing power. Glass cups are first heated with a flame and then immediately placed on the back. The warm air inside the heated cups creates suction on the muscles. This allows blood vessels to expand and redden.
In traditional Chinese medicine, cupping therapy is believed to help relieve muscle tension, as well as to improve blood circulation and help with respiratory symptoms. Your therapist will start with a warming oil back massage to release any tension and relax the body, and then apply the cups on your back for about ten to fifteen minutes.
It is normal to have red to purple marks on the back after a cupping treatment. The darker the mark is; the more toxins it has released from the body. This treatment will take around 30 minutes.
This massage unique and effective healing massage that combines ancient Chinese natural healing and the western touch. Begin with a relaxing aromatic massage to warm and relax tired muscles, followed by fire cupping along the meridian lines to help draw out toxins and stimulate a free flow of energy within your body.
It is normal to have red to purple marks on the back after a cupping treatment. The darker the mark is; the more toxins it has released from the body. This treatment will take around 90 minutes.
Please book your flight to arrive at Mae Fah Luang-Chiang Rai International Airport (CEI). Transfer from and to the airport is included. The organizer will pick you up from the airport.