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Blessed with stunning beaches, evergreen forests, lush vegetation, remote beautiful islands, warm weather throughout the year, and amazing landscapes, Thailand is rated as a favorite destination in Southeast Asia for a Meditation Retreat.
With over 94% of the population following Buddha's teachings, more than 41,000 Buddhist temples, and around 300,000 monks living in the country, Thailand is one of the most Buddhist countries in the world, which makes it a fascinating destination for a Meditation Holiday.
Moreover, the Land of Smiles is also known for its mouthwatering food, colorful markets, vibrant festivals, laid-back lifestyle, affordable prices, and great hospitality. So, there’s no doubt that a trip to Thailand could be one of the best experiences of a lifetime.
From Vipassana to Mindfulness, Buddhist, and walking meditation, you can find many types of Meditation Retreats in Thailand. All programs include accommodation and some of them may also include meals and extra activities. For example, you may try Qigong, a martial art that's also considered an exercise and healing technique, just perfect to complement your meditation practice.
You can find programs designed for beginners and advanced practitioners alike. Whether you want to go for a weekend or you’re looking for a longer immersion, rest assured that you’ll get the professional guidance and help you need to settle your mind and find deep relaxation.
In short, a Meditation Holiday in Thailand is a spiritual experience like no other!
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“The Yoga instruction was excellent. The view was breathtaking. The breakfast was healthy. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly.”
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