If you’re looking for a novel way to melt your stress, a visit to the Yunessun Spa Resort in Japan may be the place you’re looking for.
Located in Hakone, Japan, the one-of-a-kind spa lets its customers “cleanse” themselves in an assortment of unusual hot tubs including green tea, sake, coffee, and red wine.
Wine spas with wine-based treatments can be found across the globe but the spa which is part of an amusement park in Japan includes a 12-foot bottle of wine allowing visitors to drink while they bath.
According to their website, Queen Cleopatra of Egypt did the same ritual back then. Customers can only avail of the unique service for a 12-day period each year.
This Japanese spa lets you bath in a tub full of red wine.
Guests get to practice the same ritual Queen Cleopatra of Egypt did back in her days.
Aside from cleansing themselves with red wine, guests can also drink a glass or two while they bath.
The spa’s wine treatment is offered for a 12-day period annually.
If you want to have better-looking skin, you can try soaking up at a sake bath which has the potential to remove your age spots and freckles.
To give your skin and immune system a boost, try dipping at the spa’s green bath. The tea actually comes from Tanzawa and Hakone.
Who says fresh brewed coffee is for drinking only? Apparently, you can actually swim in a tub full of caffeinated coffee in this spa.
Believe it or not, the spa also offers a chocolate bath on Valentine’s day.
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Video Proves You’re Not 100% Safe In Your Hotel Room
Hotel locks seem to be very easy to hack.
When going on a vacation, picking the right hotel is one of the key elements of having a successful and stress-free holiday experience. You want to make sure that your chosen location has the amenities and facilities you need to ensure a comfortable stay. That way, you will be able to enjoy a place that truly promotes rest, relaxation, and fun.
Usually, many of these establishments provide quality security to ensure the well-being of their customers. And so we normally feel it’s best to leave our valuables behind as we go through our various activities.
After watching this video though, you might want to think twice about doing that.
Click the play button and see for yourself:
10 Extreme Destinations Every Daredevil Should Visit
Tired of your old travel routine? Check out these exotic places that are beautifully fatal!
If you're bored with your usual travel destination, where it's all just historic spots, hotels and beaches, then you should definitely try going to a place that's extreme.
If you're complaining about the hot climate in your hometown, or feel like winter is just too much, wait until you reach these places which travelers consider as "beautifully dangerous" destinations.
Whether you feel like going to a park, trek up a cold mountain or just simply want to check out hell on earth, these extreme destinations are out to get you alive as they are masked in total beauty.
Want to add going to a dangerous place on your bucket list? Here are some exotic destinations you should visit in your lifetime....
Con-Man Swindled Investors into Buying the World’s Smallest Skyscraper
In 1919, a smooth-talking businessman swindled investors into buying a skyscraper that was designed in inches, not feet.
Remember when we were just kids and our teacher would ask us to make a blueprint of a building or a house? Well, legend has it that the world's smallest "skyscraper" would have been just like a kid's project, and the blueprint presented to its investors was just like a small skyscraper project.
You wouldn't believe how J.D. McMahon was able to convince businessmen during his time. He was even considered a "hero" by "saving" their small town. You see, in the early 1900's, black gold was discovered nearby Burkburnett in Wichita Falls, Texas. This made some of the townsmen rich that they desperately had the need to have office spaces. That's where McMahon came in to "save the day".
It was a time when there was a lack of office spaces.
McMahon presented a blueprint of a "skyscraper' which businessmen invested in. They all thought it would be 480 feet (150 meters) which is actually pretty high for a building. Unfortunately, The proposed skyscraper shown in the blueprints that he distributed and approved by the investors was clearly labelled as consisting of four floors and 480 inches (12 m) tall. McMahon was able to collect US $200,000 for the project which his own company even constructed in 1919. That's worth $2.7 M in 2015!