Sri Lanka: Taking the art of healing the natural way to the world, Siddhalepa recently launched its operations in Germany, a press release said. In Sri Lanka, Siddhalepa is a brand that has become a common name in every household for everyday aches and pains. Siddhalepa’s ranges of herbal and ayurvedic remedies have time and again proven to be versatile and effective for even the direst of consequences.
Siddhalepa in addition to its state of the art, ISO approved factory currently operates the Siddhalepa Ayurveda Health Resort in Wadduwa, the Siddhalepa Ayurveda Hospital and Anarva day spa in Mt. Lavinia and offers travellers relaxation at the Business Class lounge of the Bandaranaike International airport.
And in doing this Siddhalepa has propelled itself into the heart of Europe. Germany is a central hub and is only a few hours away by plane from a host of metropolitan cities. Imaging flying in from London for a day of rest and relaxation, an all-inclusive luxurious day at a Siddhalepa spa may just be the answer for a weary body, mind or soul.
The recent past has shown a significant increase in the number of travellers to ayurvedic destinations such as India and Sri Lanka. The Siddhalepa Ayurveda Health Resort in Wadduwa already maintains excellent links with leading travel and tour operators such as TUI, Meier’s Weltreisen and Thomas Cook. With Siddhalepa products and services now being made available in Germany guests who enjoy the benefits of Siddhalepa treatments in Sri Lanka, now have the opportunity to enjoy these very same treatments in their hometown. Located on the second largest island in Germany, Usedom, Siddhalepa offers its services at the picturesque Hotel Baltic. The Hotel Baltic offers unrivalled views of the Baltic Sea as it spans far and wide as far as the eye can see. The Scandinavian themed interior is sure to set your mind at ease and for the intrepid why not simply head for the beach.
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