LANG CO, Vietnam (July 1, 2021) — Laguna Lang Co is leading the charge for a different kind of wellness experience in Vietnam following the launch by Banyan Tree of Wellbeing Sanctuaries, its multi-ranging new concept.
With the global pandemic and its wide-ranging repercussions impacting mental and physical health, wellbeing opportunities are expected to rank high on the list of traveller desires when the world finally reopens.
To meet the anticipated demand from health-conscious travellers, Banyan Tree Group — the Singapore-headquartered global hospitality group — is rolling out a new concept at its properties around the world, including at its multi-award-winning resort at Laguna Lang Co.
In addition to its Banyan Tree Lang Co resort, Laguna Lang Co is renowned for its acclaimed golf component, a championship signature designed golf course by UK legend Sir Nick Faldo. Now golfers visiting Lang Co will be able to enhance their state of Zen by harnessing time on the links with the extra wellness services provided through the Wellbeing Sanctuary concept.
The concept, which will be launching throughout 2021 and 2022, combines private villas, dedicated dining options, spas, multifunctional practice spaces and other leisure offerings into one exclusive journey.
Developed over two years with customer input informing its components, Banyan Tree’s Wellbeing approach is codified through 8 pillars: Sleep Well, Dietary Awareness, Interaction, Intimacy and Involvement, Physical Vitality, Cultivating the Mind, Learning and Development, Harmony with Nature and Sustained Practices.
“We look forward to introducing the Wellbeing Sanctuary concept to Vietnam,” said Adam Calver, Director of Golf and Destination Marketing at Laguna Lang Co. “It is our hope that in discovering simple yet impactful ways to improve their wellbeing, our guests will integrate these practices when they return home, into their daily lives.”
Each Wellbeing Sanctuary gives guests the chance to tailor their own stay. Guests can pick and choose according to personal preference from a variety of activities on and off the course.
A typical stay at a Banyan Tree Wellbeing Sanctuary includes:
- Accommodation at a wellbeing villa designed for sleep enhancement
- In-room amenities such as yoga mats, stretch bands and singing bowls
- Pre-sleep bath and body rituals
- Balanced healthy meals and mini-bar provisions using locally sourced ingredients
- Bodywork and Spa therapy experience
- Access to 50 simple but impactful wellbeing activities, inspired by the destination
- Personalised, take-home wellbeing guide for sustained learning
The concept will make its debut in China, before premiering in Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco and Thailand over the next 12 months.
“We have always been known for our spa experiences,” says Ho Renyung, Senior Vice President, Brand HQ of Banyan Tree Holdings. “We are now going beyond that with a unique approach that combines personal wellbeing and greater sustainability into one concept.”