This traditional martial art originated in Thailand in the 18th century and there are many traditions and much historical significance that go along with the beautiful physical movements. Beginners, intermittent exercisers and those focused on cardio or weight loss will appreciate this total body workout. It may be challenging, but participants will emerge feeling invigorated!
24-hour advance reservation is required.
Cancellation less than 12 hours prior will be subject to a 100% cancellation fee.
Prices are subject to 10% service charge and 7% government tax.
Designer and Rosewood PlaceMaker, Philip Huang, has shared his learned indigenous dyeing techniques exclusively with Rosewood Phuket. Families will be educated on the life of indigo plants and traditional dyeing methods and designs. They will then create their own unique t-shirt as a reminder of their preservation of this artisanal craft.
If “food is culture,” then there is no better way to learn about Thai sensibilities than this deliciously immersive cooking class. Our chefs show you every aspect of creating traditional Thai delicacies, from Yum Woonsen (spicy seafood salad) and authentic Som Pad Thai Goong (wok-fried rice noodles in tamarind sauce) to Som Tum (refreshing green papaya salad), and more.
This half-day program is tailored for young adults who would like to explore behind-the-scenes of running a luxury resort. They are guided by a member of the resort’s Executive Team who gives a fascinating introduction to the fundamentals of managing a successful resort. Areas covered include the executive office, food and beverage, housekeeping, front office and engineering.
Phuket’s “Old Town” is well known for its classic Chinese-Portuguese buildings, but there’s another great reason to take explore downtown: cool street art. Both local and international artists have contributed works that can be found in a compact section of town, making it easy to stroll and discover.
Yoga is offered in its various forms, from Asanas (physical poses) to mind-body awareness, breathing (Pranayama) and resting (Nidra.)
Rosewood Explorers become involved in keeping our environment clean and they enjoy feeling the impact they have on the earth as they help clean up the beach and reuse disposed items. Children can also discover creatures from the Andaman Sea and learn about Rosewood Phuket’s Coral Reef Restoration program.