Samui Spas: Rai-Ra Spa
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If you are in the middle of Chaweng, and need to spend a relaxing day in a spa, then Rai-Ra Spa is the place you have to visit during your visit to Samui Island. The Rai-Ra Spa is a part of the new Muang Samui spa resort where you are assured of excellence in its service.
Rai-Ra Spa has an old-style staff
The Rai-Ra Spa is found on the edge of the beach where there is a large free form swimming pool on one site. This spa is designed in the old 'Ayudhya style' with intricate brickwork that creates an 'Old Siam' atmosphere. The entrance of Rai-Ra Spa is a Chedi that resembles a huge bell to compliment its Oriental décor. Its staff too is old-style, offering genteel hospitality.
Rai-Ra Spa boasts of 8 treatment rooms offering a choice between luxurious, air conditioned suites located on its ground floor. These rooms are complete with open-air shower facilities and outside aromatic bathtubs. There are open sided rooftop suites located on the first floor that look to the beach where you can savor the cool sea breezes.
Rai-Ra Spa is famous for unique and relaxing massages and body scrubs
Rai-Ra Spa is famous for its unique, relaxing massages which are slow, but continuous. The sun Lover Massage is a great pre-sun treatment massage that enhances skin color and healthy hair after a day in the sun to give you healthy, glowing skin. The body scrub treatments offered here have an edible theme to them with the Oriental Herbs Salt Scrub, Coffee and Spice Citrus Sugar and Tropical Fruit Scrub.
These body scrubs of Rai-Ra Spa not only offer an excellent job of smoothing your skin, they give you an appetite too. These fruity body wraps leave you feeling refreshed, rehydrated and totally soothed. The mineral Facial of Rai-Ra Spa, using natural minerals from North Thailand is recommended when in Rai-Ra Spa. The best way for you to appreciate all the treatments available in Rai-Ra Spa is by opting for one of its many, varied packages.
Last Updated: 05 Mar 2008