Body, Mind & Soul Special

Seek out down to earth, inspiring experiences.

Getting dressed up and heading to the tallest rooftop bar at the coolest hotel in town can be fun during your holiday, but in the end it’s all about balance.

If you want to return home feeling recharged and inspired, with something of a new perspective on life, seek out down to earth and inspiring experiences.

Find experiences in nature, local experiences like markets, hiking to waterfalls, do some yoga, have a massage, learn how to cook local food and experience the real Thailand!

It will lift you up with inspiration and also bring you down to earth with grounding experiences.

What's the first thing that comes to your mind when you say ‘travel’

Vacation? Meeting new people? Or maybe, Instagrammable views of rain forests?

While traveling can be exciting and exhilarating, it's so much more than sipping drinks on a sun-soaked beach.

It's no news that travel is good for your physical well being, but exploring a new place can do wonders for your mental and emotional health as well.

Here are five reasons traveling makes your mind happy and healthy:

It’s a great stress buster.

Taking a break from the daily hustle and bustle is essential for your mind to relax, recharge and rejuvenate. And what better way to do so than to pack your bags and cross worthy destinations like Eco-Logic Thailand off your bucket list? Traveling promotes happiness and helps you take your mind off stressful situations.

Reinvent your self!
Reinvent your self!

It helps you reinvent yourself.

Experiential traveling, particularly to a foreign country, can help you re-evaluate and reinvent your life. Moreover, the valuable lessons that you learn along the way helps to broaden your perspective, making you more aware and open to new things. Exploring new places can also give you a fresh start if you're recovering from a major transition in your life.

It boosts happiness and satisfaction.

Apart from the obvious fact that you don't have to go to work, traveling gives you the opportunity to step away from the daily grind. The new events and experiences help rewire your brain, hence boosting your mood and self-confidence.

It makes you mentally resilient.

Going and living somewhere where you feel excited and intimidated at the same time can help you toughen up mentally and emotionally. Also, facing challenges in an unfamiliar environment, among new people, forces you to learn,problem solve and adapt to a life that's out of your comfort zone. This makes you more flexible, patient and emotionally strong.

It enhances creativity.

It's important to note that traveling stimulates creativity only when you engage with the local culture of that place. Merely visiting a new city or a country isn't going to cut it. Additionally, extended traveling also improves your productivity and problem-solving skills!

Lastly, how can you reap the benefits after returning from the trip?