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41 travel features tagged “Health”

Hainan: China's paradise of exiles

For centuries, Hainan has been a magnet for political exiles. Today, the island is drawing exiles of another kind: refugees from the pollution and urban hustle found on the mainland.
Read more… 15 October 2014


A desert dome that inspires rock stars and star-gazers

The acoustically perfect Integratron rises out of the dusty Mojave Desert like a UFO, embodying the extra-terrestrial elements that inspired its construction.
Read more… 08 August 2014


Living In

Living in... the world’s healthiest cities

Five destinations across the globe that have excellent mass transit, ample green spaces and readily available healthcare.
Read more… 18 December 2013


Mini Guide

Mini guide to Budapest's spas

Take advantage of the Hungarian city’s thermal waters, as the Romans first did almost two millennia ago.
Read more… 26 April 2013


Spiritual celebrations in Rishikesh

Each year, the healing power of this northern Indian city attracts hundreds of thousands of travellers who seek enlightenment in the birthplace of yoga.
11 April 2013


Worldwide Weird

A tango-tempo massage in Argentina

At the Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires, guests can book the Porteño Tango, an 80-minute massage treatment performed in sync with the beats of Argentinean tango music.
Read more… 08 April 2013


Localites

London’s first female-only club

Grace Belgravia – where the mantra is “beauty on the inside” – is a nurturing space for women to focus on their health, wellbeing and lifestyle.
Read more… 03 April 2013


Changing lives and perceptions in Ubud

The small Balinese town has developed into a full-blown health and wellness mecca, offering services and experiences that go well beyond mastering crow pose.
Read more… 01 February 2013


Worldwide Weird

Soak in sake (and more) at a Japanese spa

At the Yunessun Spa Resort in Hakone, visitors can bathe in pools filled with wine, sake, green tea or coffee for a total skin treatment like no other.
Read more… 11 December 2012


Beyond the Headlines

The origins of bathhouse culture around the world

Starting as early as the Neolithic Age, the tradition of the public bath has changed over the years to adapt to evolving cultures and social norms.
Read more… 30 November 2012


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