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‘More than a Pretty Flower’ Sakura Spa Package at The Okura Spa

Bangkok, Thailand (29 March 2016) Celebrate the arrival of springtime in Japan and the blooming of cherry blossom with our special ‘More than a Pretty

Flower’ Sakura Spa Package at The Okura Spa.

Your heavenly 90-minute treatment includes dry whole body brushing to eliminate dead cells and leave your skin smoother and brighter, a skin-cleansing

sakura body wrap, and a massage with Sakura glowing oil rich in antioxidants and caffeic acid to strengthen the body’s ability to fight against oxidative damage.  

The ‘More than a Pretty Flower Sakura Spa Package’ ends with a cup of soothing sakura tea. The delicate infusion is made with pickled and dried sakura

blossom and is served to represent springtime and new beginnings.

The Okura Spa in Bangkok is a hidden sanctuary where you can retreat into the privacy of one of five luxurious spa suites. Before selecting a treatment from the

extensive menu, every guest begins their personal journey with a consultation from a skilled therapist. Signature and seasonal spa treatments use only exclusive organic oils and balms.

The relaxing 90-minute ‘More than a Pretty Flower Sakura Spa Package’ Baht 3,800++, or Baht 4,200++ with a sakura bath. Available daily from 1 April – 30

June 2016, 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. at Okura Spa on the 25th floor of Okura Prestige Bangkok.

Enter your private sanctuary at Okura Spa and experience the rejuvination of spring with our relaxing ‘More than a Pretty Flower Sakura Spa Package’.

For more information and reservations, please call 02 687 9000 or email


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