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40 travel features tagged “Health”

Worldwide Weird

Flock to a bird poop facial

Known as uguisu no fun in Japanese, nightingale droppings help the skin retain moisture and fight sun damage.
Read more… 10 May 2011

Beauty treatments abroad

Native beauty traditions provide a relaxing and rejuvenating window into local culture.
Read more… 23 March 2011

The world’s best yoga spots

From hot springs and skiing, to swimming with dolphins, the top ways to realign your chakras while having a vacation.
Read more… 25 January 2011

Travel globally, spa locally

Eight spas from around the world offer treatments inspired by local traditions and native ingredients.
Read more… 10 January 2011

Beyond the Headlines

How to eat healthy on the road

There are 1,668 fast food restaurants just along the US’s Historic Route 66. But with a little planning, it is possible to dine on healthy, tasty food on the road.
Read more… 15 November 2010

Seoul’s 24-hour luxury spas

Go from saltwater pool to hot sauna and add on a scrub or massage in one of the city’s stylish spas.
Read more… 29 September 2010

Top 10 medical tourism spots

Combine top medical care and a holiday in these countries where specialists are well-trained and might be cheaper than at home.
Read more… 14 September 2010

Bali's best spas and chill-out spots

Spend hours (and sometimes days) being massaged, scrubbed, perfumed, pampered, bathed and blissed-out in Bali.
Read more… 18 August 2010

Lonely Planet's top 10 Japanese hot springs

Hot water springs are found from one end of Japan to the other. The word for hot spring is onsen, and there are more than 3,000 of them in the country.
Read more… 03 August 2010

Get steamy: Five great spa experiences in Austria

For every leg-aching mountain pass and ski run, there is a glorious spa – Roman, arty, framed by the Alps, Austria has it.
Read more… 02 November 0010

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