Thailand’s Montara Hospitality Group (MHG) has unveiled plans to develop a comprehensive health and wellness residential community in Phuket, Thailand, slated to be completed in 2022.
MHG is investing more than 6,600 million baht (US$220 million) in the development of Tri Vananda, which the company envisions to become “Asia’s largest and most comprehensive wellness residential community”.
Located a 20-minute drive from the Phuket International Airport, Tri Vananda will feature 298 villas, anchored by a wellness resort specialising in integrative and functional medicine and cognitive wellbeing.
On-site amenities include a health centre featuring consultation rooms, physiotherapy and TCM treatment rooms, a cognitive health centre, and facilities for health diagnostics aimed at treating residents and guests with tailored programmes.
Other facilities include a mindfulness centre with an indoor hall and outdoor areas for meditation, a spa with separate-sex thermal rooms, relaxation areas, a hammam, private spa suites, as well as a fitness centre with a swimming pool, gym, sauna, juice bar and lake pier for recreational water sports. There will also be a dedicated club designed to foster a wellness-led lifestyle for teens and pre-teens.
Sales for the two- and three-bedroom residential villas, ranging in size from 270m2 to 750m2, will start in July 2020.