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AIYASHA Medical Skin Care & Spa is the wonderful concept of dermatologists Dr Hans-Peter Schoppelrey, Dr Stefan Duve and Dr Wolfgang Niederdorfer. It is the ideal blend of East meets West where you will just soak in the luxurious environment created by the rich dark woods, Balinese candles, natural stone, real gold and exotic flowers. The soft lighting gives it a serene aura and is soothing, giving a glimpse of what is to come. Feel pampered by the welcoming traditional Balinese beauty ritual - a foot bath with fresh flower petals and a lovely cup of specialty tea from the spa. Be ready for a transporting experience once you are in one of the five luxuriously designed treatment rooms. Besides the traditional Asian massage, yoga and detox, the spa has a range of progressive medical procedures including anti-cellulite therapy, skin checks and aesthetic beauty aids.
P1 is one of Munich's most famous clubs for the rich and famous. Tennis player Boris Becker and the stars of Bayern Munich FC are no strangers to this establishment, which is frequented (almost exclusively) by wealthy men and pretty women. Having been in business for over sixty years, P1 has become a master of reinvention, and has relocated multiple times. Their latest venue is in the basement of the Haus der Kunst. Dress in your best to fit in with the most exclusive crowd in Munich.
MUNICHGYM is not your run-of-the-mill gym, in fact, it is a fitness club with a multi-faceted character. The proficient trainers here guide you into following your personalized program which is based on your fitness goals and underlying problem areas. Flexible rates, a high-end work-out studio equipped with advanced treadmills, ellipticals, exercise bikes and rowers feature on the gym landscape. The focus on fitness at MUNICHGYM is not just physical, as it also stresses the importance of inner well-being through yoga. Other alternate work-outs Zumba keeps your work-out regime far from being a boring chore. Men and women are both welcome to work-out throughout the day. An on-premises spa, sauna, and steam rooms give a variety of options to relax after a rigorous exercising session.
One of the oldest English-style landscape gardens and one of the largest municipal parks in Europe, the Englischer Garten is Munich's most fascinating park. Sprawling across an area of 3.7 square kilometres (1.4 square miles), this place is one of the largest public parks in the world. The park features some of the best architecturally diverse landmarks along its vast verdant expanse and rolling lawns. From a Chinese pagoda with an adjoining beer garden and the Monopteros Greek temple, to a Japanese Tea House, the park is full of intriguing monuments and landmarks. Artificial streams gush through the park and several surfers can be seen gliding effortlessly along its foamy waters. Also housing an artificial lake and an open-air theater, the urban park is one of the best socio-cultural hubs of Munich.
Situated in the very famous Olympic Park, the Sea Life aquarium, not far away from the tropical ocean is one of the biggest and salt-water oceans on this side of the continent. Get in touch with sea life of exotic fish variety from the far-flung springs of the Isar in the Mountains to the Danube into the Black Sea. The major attraction is also the 4,00,000 liter tropical ocean tank with its 10 meter (32.80 feet) underwater tunnel.
Heliflieger - Helicopter Tours takes you on a memorable trip through the skies of Munich. The journey starts at the Munich airfield, where you first meet your pilot, who gives you a brief summary on the trip and what to expect. Sit back, strap yourself in and prepare for an experience of a lifetime. Enjoy a Birdseye of some of the most beautiful areas and landmarks in the city and its surroundings, like the Allianz Soccer Arena, the Alps, Nymphenburg Castle and the great lakes.