Featured in the Wellness section of the magazine, the writer highlights that "The Oberoi Sukhvilas Resort & Spa, Siswan Forest Range, New Chandigarh, has been making news, and for all the right reasons. The tranquil getaway is located next to 8,000 acres of natural forest at the foothills of the Himalayas, and offers the finest luxury and top-notch service. And now with its latest addition, the newly opened 12,000-square-feet spa, you can truly kick back, detox, lose weight, and enjoy improved health."
Apart from emphasising upon the therapies available at the spa, the writer says "While it feels great to indulge in an array of therapies, in order to truly benefit from a treatment it is best to simply 'be' and allow the body to experience holistic rejuvenation. The resort thus offers activities such as forest bathing, bird watching, and stargazing and even pursue interests such as gardening or local handicrafts to use your time in soul satisfying ways." Also mentioned in the article is the 'Himalayan Wellness' offer ongoing at the resort until 31st March, 2018.
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