KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, April 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat, Malaysia’s first luxury natural wellness hot springs destination, opens its doors after the sun sets, allowing guests to experience eco-luxury under a moonlit sky and an inspiring journey towards self-renewal and rejuvenation with The Banjaran Lunar Experience package.
Immerse in nature under the moonlit sky with the Lunar Experience at The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat
On each “full moon or new moon” day from May to November 2015, The Banjaran’s Lunar Experience package provides guests with the opportunity to soak in the mystical surroundings of The Banjaran with candles illuminating the walkways and the limestone cave chambers for an unforgettable experience while enjoying the rays, benefits and beauty of a “new moon”.
The Banjaran’s Lunar Experience is priced at RM175 nett per adult per session; guests are provided with full access to the retreat’s facilities including the thermal steam cave, meditation and crystal caves, foot reflexology walk, hot springs dipping pools, ice pool, Doctor Fish Pool containing exotic Turkish Garra Rufa fish and the geothermal heated swimming pool. The package includes use of sarongs, bathrobes and towels to enjoy the facilities comfortably, healthy finger food and beverages, including a glass of sparkling wine and a departure gift.
The Lunar Experience is valid on the anticipated full moon dates in 2015 on May 4 , June 3 , July 2 , July 31 , August 30 , September 25 , October 27 and November 26. Each session runs from7.30pm to 10.00pm (weather permitting). Rate is quoted nett in Ringgit Malaysia (RM) inclusive of prevailing Goods and Services Tax (GST). The Banjaran welcomes guests 12 years of age and over.
“This experience provides guests with an opportunity to indulge in the natural beauty of The Banjaran under the moonlit sky”, says Lucia Franziska-Eppisser, General Manager of The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat.
The Banjaran is a luxury spa and wellness destination is located two hours’ drive north ofMalaysia’s capital city, Kuala Lumpur . Nestled in a 16.19-acre valley in Ipoh , guests are welcomed by 260-million year old towering Palaeozoic limestone hills, lush tropical rainforest, geothermal hot springs, natural caves with explorable chambers and cascading waterfalls encircling the retreat; delivering the ultimate in pampering, relaxation and seclusion. For more information, visit www.thebanjaran.com