When we think of Japan, one of the things that come to mind is their relaxing Japanese hot spring, also known as onsen. The locals swear by the benefits that include improving blood circulation, decreasing stress and anxiety as well as maintaining soft and beautiful skin.
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Japan is reopening soon but if you can’t afford to go just yet *cries in Ringgit*, you can pamper yourself at Hanami Wellness Centre in Puchong, where they offer an authentic Japanese onsen experience.
Walking into the spa you’ll feel instantly relaxed with its beautiful terrazzo flooring, Muji-inspired interior and wood furnishings. Soothing music plays in the background, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere for spa-goers.
The exclusive relaxing and nourishing Japanese onsen spa helps you find an escape from your hectic lifestyle. Enjoy soaking up in the stone bathtub where they used natural mineral-rich powers that are extracted from Japan's renowned volcanic mountains. There are four types of onsen salt that you can choose from, Kirei (for beauty and skin nourishment), Anshin (for relaxation and calmness), Iyashi (for healing inside-out), and Genki (for energy booster).
The water is perfectly set between 38 degrees Celcius to 40 degrees Celcius. The high water temperature in an onsen spa helps to increase blood circulation! It also helps relieve tense muscles and helps to reduce stress so you can sleep better at night.
Before jumping in, be sure to hydrate yourself to prevent dehydration during the bath. You’re also advised to rinse your body before entering the bathtub to wash out dirt and sweat.
If you're excited to try out this Japanese onsen experience, remember to book your appointment in advance!
P.S. If you prefer an authentic experience, check out these breathtaking ryokans with private onsen in Japan!
Price: Starts from RM138
Address: Hanami Wellness Centre, 21, Jalan Puteri 7/15, Bandar Puteri, 47100 Puchong, Selangor
Opening hours: 10.30am - 10pm (Daily, last call at 6.30pm)