How to Start a Spa in Thailand

Updated on Monday 24th July 2017

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Many foreign leisure visitors but also business visitors contribute to the prosperous and high quality of the spa industry in Thailand. If you have an accommodation business in the kingdom or if you intend to open a spa in Thailand you should know that this country has a dynamic and powerful market which can accommodate new investments in this sector.

One of our specialists in company formation in Thailand can offer you more information on the requirements imposed by the state in order to register and run a spa business.

 

The wellness industry in Thailand

With a strong tourism sector, and with highly developed urban centers, Thailand is an opportune place to establish a spa business. The requirements in terms of interior design and the quality of the facilities are very high especially if you want to open a luxury spa. As an investor in Thailand in the wellness sector you will need to check the competition and to develop a business plan in order to be able to attract your target customers. 

Depending whether you intend to set up a day spa or a destination spa your investment and business profile will differ in great degree. A day spa does not offer accommodation over night, but provides in most cases most of the health and wellness services which are offered by destination spas. In Bangkok, the day spa businesses attract from 60 to 90 % of the total spa clients of the city. Traditional Thai treatments or massages take about 90 minutes and are offered by the vast majority of the spa businesses in the country.  

Our experts in company formation in Thailand are ready to give you more details on the particularities of the wellness sector and the business opportunities in Thailand. 
 

Important aspects to consider when establishing a spa in Thailand

A foreign investor in Thailand who enters the wellness market needs to know the provisions regarding employment in this country and to respect the regulations concerning the working hours and holydays for their employees. 

You will need to attract personnel with enough training, maybe even Thai workforce specialized in therapy and treatment, in order to ensure a certain quality of your services. As an investor interested in opening a company in Thailand in the wellness sector you will need to check as well the competition and to ask for the help of an experienced local company formation agent who will help you register your company as fast as possible.

Please feel free to contact our Thai company formation  specialists in order to profit from their experience in the registration of a new company in this country. 

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