Forest bathing in Eden Nature Park and Resort

FOREST bathing or shinrin-yoku, emerged in Japan in the early 1980’s as a physiological and psychological exercise. Shinrin in Japanese means “forest” and yoku means “bath.” Shinrin-yoku means bathing in the forest atmosphere, or taking in the forest through our senses.

Based on the book by Dr. Qing Li, forest bathing is a simple form of walking in any natural environment and communing with what is around you. Let nature enter through your ears, eyes, nose, mouth, hands and feet. Research shows that a two-hour forest bath will help you unplug from technology and slow down.

For families, going outdoors for fresh air and change of scenery is vital. It’s a healthy break from online learning, online meetings and working from home.

Eden invites you to a forest bathing experience like no other. Forest bathers will find ample space to roam in Eden Nature Park and Resort. The fresh mountain air, lush greenery, scent of the trees and tranquility in Eden makes it a beautiful place to reconnect with nature. There is a plethora of things to do in the forest that will help you relax and connect with nature. Inhale the freshness of the air as you take deep breaths.

Take break, unplug and experience the tranquil ambiance, cool mountain air, scenic view and colorful flora at Eden Nature Park and Resort. Open on weekends and holidays, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (PR)


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