After launching skincare and wellbeing product ranges across Thailand five years ago, the brand is expanding its offering outside Australia and New Zealand with the recent inauguration of its first spa in Asia. Located in the recently renovated 5 star Intercontinental Hotel Bangkok, endota’s newest spa is joining a curated line-up of existing travel locations in Byron Bay, Noosa, The Rocks Sydney, Yarra Valley and their most recent launch of nine-spas in July in New Zealand.
The endota Bangkok spa features eight spacious rooms, including two that offer couples a shared experience. From high-performance facials to signature massages, the treatment menu caters to diverse individual preferences and includes a massage that draws from traditional Thai massage techniques.
“After the success across Australia with the endota brand and treatments across the nation, we are so excited to bring 20 years of leading expertise in nourishing and nurturing your mind, body and skin to a global scale,” said Founding CEO of endota, Melanie Gleeson.
“Endota is a global leader in wellness, and we believe the opening of endota spa Bangkok will only help reinforce this in the fast-growing Thailand wellness industry,” added Jack Hung, owner of endota Bangkok.
The endota story began in 2000 with the opening of a first day spa on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula. Known for its holistic approach to wellness and its commitment to nurturing mind, body and skin, endota now operates 100 spas across Australia, the largest wellness network in the country and sales 220 Australian-made and COSMOS certified products. Since 2016, endota has collaborated with an inspiring group of indigenous women located in Fitzroy Crossing, WA, whose artwork appears on the endota Colour packaging and who receive a percentage of the brands sales in return.