(SPONSORED CONTENT) – Wintertime in the US seems to get more challenging each year, and planning business trips to Asia can be quite stressful; particularly because your destination is thousands of miles away, dealing with a foreign business environment and cultural nuance. Even seasoned professional travelers have to contend with a schedule at a feverish pace, requiring constant focus and activity.
During this season of cold climate, when planning your next business trip to Asia, consider a side-trip to the Philippines! Decompress and reboot yourself by hopping over to a friendly, fun, and highly relaxing spa or sight-seeing The Philippines has some of the highest rated, world-class luxury destinations and activities on the planet. Bask in the warmth of our culture as well as our climate!
Relax. Recharge. Revive.
Sit back, soak in the crystal clear and warm waters, go Zen with a spectacular sunset, or be royally pampered by professional massage therapists with exquisite sauna facilities. And who can resist a well-paced 18 holes on globally-recognized golf course & resorts?
Some of the most luxurious and yet surprisingly well-priced R&R packages are a hop-skip-and-a-jump away from your Asian business trip location…locations like:
- Palawan (Amanpulo, El Nido Resorts, etc)
- Boracay (Mandala Spa and Resort, Tirta Spa, Shangri-la Boracay Resort and Spa, etc)
- Manila and environs (CHI, The Spa at Shangri-La, Willow Stream Spa at Fairmont Makati, Nurture Wellness Village, The Farm at San Benito, etc)
Book your 3-night deluxe escape in any of the top-rated, world renowned Spas, Resorts, and Hotels in the land that understands and redefines the true concept of the word “Relaaaaax”.
You work hard and spend a lot of energy for your business. You’ve earned that break where the service is at a standard above, luxury is at its most elegant, and the cuisine is internationally recognized. Whatever helps you decompress, you’ll find it in the Philippines.
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