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Af­ter work­ing to­gether with renowned spa op­er­a­tor Man­dara Spa for 20 years, Padma Re­sort Legian has taken the bold step of op­er­at­ing its own venue and has un­veiled The Spa. The

Spa aims to up­hold in­ter­na­tional qual­ity and of­fer a wide range of out­stand­ing treat­ments, with pro­fes­sion­ally trained ther­a­pists and ben­e­fi­cial prod­ucts – all for your com­fort and well-be­ing.

The Spa utilises the best nat­u­ral el­e­ments to heal and re­lax its guests, hence the herbs and tra­di­tional recipes for the aro­mather­apy and mas­sage oil used for most of the treat­ments. Take the signature treat­ment of frangi­pani warm oil mas­sage and ra­di­ance ther­apy, for ex­am­ple, it is an in­dul­gent ses­sion laden with nat­u­ral good­ness, like frangi­pani petals. Fur­ther­more, The Spa also works with famed in­ter­na­tional beauty and well­ness brand Elemis from the UK, and uses its prod­ucts for the fa­cial treat­ment line.

With ex­pe­ri­enced spa ex­pert Lulu Wid­jaja at the helm, guests can rest as­sured they are in good hands. Those who are look­ing for holis­tic peace­ful­ness for both the mind and the body can look for­ward to The Spa's en­ergy heal­ing treat­ment, in­spired by an an­cient Tibetan rit­ual. Speak­ing of which, The Spa draws in­spi­ra­tion from authen­tic Asian ri­tu­als com­bined with in­ter­na­tional trends to cre­ate a unique menu that caters to dif­fer­ent needs.

The all-new The Spa also sees a lighter colour pal­ette that makes en­ter­ing the premises feel breezy and re­lax­ing. Check out the new de­sign and take time to ap­pre­ci­ate the Zen sym­bol of the lo­tus flower in many as­pects of The Spa – start­ing from the en­trance all the way to the treat­ment rooms. pad­mare­sortle­gian.com

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