Spa-Goers Now Have Access to Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai's Spa At Night

Guest can enjoy the spa after dusk thanks to the new Mother Earth Melodies program.

For some spa-goers, having exclusive access to the spa after-hours is the ultimate experience. At Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai (Vietnam), guests can now take advantage of the recently launched Mother Earth Melodies ($18,000, 4 hours), which gives them after-hours access to Heart of the Earth Spa. The offering, one of the Four Seasons Extraordinary Experiences, provides a not-to-be-missed and won’t-find-it-anywhere-else memorable encounter with the potential to change one’s perspective. This particular experience begins with an intimate Goodnight Kiss to the Earth ceremony, which involves the floating of traditional wishing candles in the spa lagoon led by the spa’s resident singing bowl artist Oanh Ngo. A three-course wellness meal prepared by the chef follows on the candlelit lagoon platform.

Next, a boatman dressed in traditional ao dai paddles guests in a Vietnamese basket boat across the koi- and lantern-filled lagoon to a beautifully lit double spa villa. There, the experience continues with a 45-minute eight-octave singing bowl lesson with Ngo. Guests then enjoy a flower-filled lotus and rose aromatherapy bath, while Ngo performs a spellbinding sound bath on the deck outside. The experience concludes with a four-handed Stability Massage, which sets the mood for a restful and restorative sleep.

Guests are also sent a set of three singing bowls to their home to help them remember and recreate the memorable evening. “More and more, guests are seeking vacation experiences that elevate personal growth,” says general manager Anthony Gill. “What they often fail to realize is that being mindful and traveling in the present moment is the most life-changing thing they can do.”


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