Montara Hospitality Unveils Details of Tri Vananda Wellness Project in Phuket
Thailand's Montara Hospitality Group has unveiled plans to develop a comprehensive health and wellness residential community in Phuket, Thailand.
Scheduled for completion in 2022, Montara is investing over THB 6,600 million (USD 220 million) in the development of Tri Vananda, which they say will be one of Asia’s largest and most comprehensive wellness residential communities.
Tri Vananda will feature 298 villas, anchored by a wellness resort specializing in integrative and functional medicine and cognitive wellbeing, in a sprawling hillside setting dotted with lakes and gardens 20 minutes from Phuket International Airport.
Tri Vananda's health center will offer consultation rooms, physiotherapy and TCM treatment rooms, a cognitive health center, and facilities for health diagnostics aimed at treating residents and guests with tailored programs.
A mindfulness center on the lake will have an indoor hall and outdoor areas for meditation.
Also situated on the lake will be a spa with thermal rooms, relaxation areas, a hammam, private spa suites, and a fitness center with a 50-meter swimming pool, gym, sauna, juice bar and lake pier for recreational water sports.
Finally, a dedicated club designed for children will help to foster a wellness-led lifestyle for younger community members.
Two and three-bedroom solar-powered residential villas ranging in size from 270 square meters to 750 square meters have been designed by Habita Architects, renowned for their nature-focused work, together with Arsom Silp Institute of the Arts. The teams in both firms are led by National Artists and UNESCO-recognised architects.
Interior design will be helmed by the award-winning P49 Deesign.
“With the future in mind, Tri Vananda will be a multigenerational community rooted in a way of life based on the principles of wellness, sustainability and hospitality. Here, our residents and guests will enjoy some of the most fundamental and cherished attributes for overall wellbeing like clean air and nature, which are increasingly lost in urban settings, while having access to proven health and wellness therapies and programs,” said Montara's CEO, Kittisak Pattamasaevi.
Villa sales start in July 2020.