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A Spring Escapade at Banyan Tree Ringha

February 28, 2017 Hotel Deals No Comments Email Email

This Northern Spring, venture into an ancient land steeped in history and culture as Banyan Tree Ringha reopens on 1 March 2017 after their winter break. Rediscover the romance of travel as you journey to the heart of the mysterious and legendary Shangri-La highlands.

One of the most secluded hideaways in the world, Shangri-La sits high in the Himalayas, with Banyan Tree Ringha safely nestled within. Feel your spirit quiet as you gaze upon snow-capped mountains, torrential rivers and tranquil lakes, glittering under the sun in a remote Tibetan valley. Weave these elements together and the scene is set for a blissful stay at this pampering Shangri-La resort. Be spirited away to Ringha, where fables live and last.

Mr. Mario Piazza, Hotel Manager of Banyan Tree Ringha, said that in the past 12 years, the resort has led guests from all over the world to experience and appreciate the mysterious beauty of the place whilst enjoying the excellent service from the resort. With the reopening, Banyan Tree Ringha looks forward to share Banyan Tree’s signature hospitality to the world, and explore the legend of the real Shangri-La.

Valid from now till 29 April 2017, book the special “Back to Ringha“ package with a minimum stay of 2 nights consecutively in a Tibetan Farmhouse at RMB 3888 nett and enjoy the following inclusions:

–           Daily buffet breakfast for two persons

–           One time Tibetan hot pot for two persons

–           One time Tibetan family visit and Dabao Temple day tour

–           One time 90 minutes spa treatment for two persons

For more information and reservations, please call +86 (0888) 533 1111 or email 

Discover the mystical highlands of Shangri-La

Be touched by the magic of surreal landscapes and embrace the ‘Spirit of Shangri-La’, designed as an all-inclusive package for the intrepid traveller seeking unique experiences in a frontier destination.

  1. Make a visit to Dabao Temple to understand local Tibetan culture. Dabao Temple, means “the great treasure”, is the oldest Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Ringha area with a history of over 800 years. It is a short 15-20 minutes’ walk from Banyan Tree Ringha. In Tibetan, Dabao Temple is called “ring ha kunt” which means the temple of 5 Buddha. At the foot of the peaceful hill, surrounded by 2 kilometres of Mani Stone, you can find a variety of exquisite statues, Eight Patterns and various scriptures engraved in stone.
  1. Pay a visit to a local Tibetan Home to learn the Tibetan way of life. While entering the Tibetan home, the pure white Hada, which stands for best wishes, is offered by elders.
  1. Meet Lanka, a Tibetan mastiff of pure-breed, whose name in Tibetan means blue sky. Lanka grew up in Banyan Tree Ringha, and is extremely warm to our guests. Guests can take pictures with him and even take him to the nearby stream or hillside for a walk when the weather is warm and clear, mostly in the morning or afternoons.
  1. Soothe your spirit with Tibetan relaxation and meditation techniques at Banyan Tree Spa. Hidden in a Tibetan valley of Shangri-La, Banyan Tree Ringha and its authentic Tibetan lodges is a special retreat for guests looking for a serene hideaway far from the madding crowd.  The Ringha Relief treatment is a signature session at the Spa of 120 minutes designed to rejuvenate the body and clear the mind. Inspired by the local Himalayan healers of royal houses and monasteries, treatments combine yoga, Chinese Tui Na, Himalayan Gui Shi hot-stone therapy, an exfoliating Indonesian spice wrap, and a jasmine-green-tea bath to help soothe and relax aching muscles.

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