Philosophy

"Devarana" (pronounced te-wa-run) comes from Thai-Sanskrit, meaning "garden in heaven". It dates back to ancient Thai literature, called " Tribhumphraruang " also known as "Traibhumikatha", written by Phraya Lithai. In this literary work, the writer described this particular garden as situated at heaven’s gate, surrounded by gardens and ponds, with a heavenly scent and a nurturing environment. In the garden, people can hear soft, melodic music played by harp, flute and other traditional musical instruments. In addition, the decor of the garden glimmers with silver and gold, and is filled with natural stones and gems.

Devarana Spa offers an atmosphere of ultimate relaxation in its very own healing garden in heaven concept. With an emphasis on pampering and wellness, "East meets West" Thai health and beauty practices have been sourced from age-old therapies and updated with modern knowledge to pamper and revitalise guests.

Conceptual

Inspired by the concept of the garden in heaven, Devarana Spa, conceptual designed by one of Thailand renowned writers, Ploy Chariyaves, excites the senses and makes guests feel truly special. Luxurious pampering and healing treatments are offered in a soothing, stress-relieving environment. The contemporary Thai design and decor invites guests to transcend the everyday world and provides a relaxing and welcoming atmosphere in which to enjoy premium spa treatments with traditional Thai service and hospitality.

Guest