Ricky Batten

4 wellness trends in Thailand for 2024

We are stepping into a new era of wellness awareness and preventative care

Health awareness and wellness programs have been a major trend in 2023. As we step into 2024, here are some of the hottest wellness trends in Thailand that you can take up to get ahead of your health!

Like many other countries in Southeast Asia, Thailand is facing an aging population problem. As the country emphasizes the importance of wellness and preventative care, the healthcare industry responds in kind with new healthcare and wellness solutions you can take.

In this blog, we will look at 4 upcoming wellness trends in Thailand and how you can adopt them into your lifestyle to become one step closer to a healthier lifestyle.

Strength Training

Staying active is one way to keep your physical and mental health in good shape. Research has shown strength training to be effective in protection against common age-related declines, and thus it is a fantastic trend to follow in the coming year.

As 24-hour gyms become more and more popular in major cities in the nation, it is becoming easier for you to fit workout sessions in your schedule. As long as you have the willpower to do it, you can establish a regular training pattern to improve your overall health.

Improve Rest

In a world that moves at such a fast pace, it may be difficult to wind down and get a good night's rest. In 2024, proper rest is expected to take center stage as a crucial component that determines overall well-being, bringing up a trend of individuals proactively seeking new methods of relaxation to improve sleep quality and mental health recovery.

Regular workouts are a great way to improve the quality of your rest. Alternatively, you can purchase tailored pillows and mattresses to help you develop a consistent sleep pattern to ensure that you have sufficient sleep.

Balanced Diet

Whilst having a healthy diet is nothing new in the health and wellness scene, in recent years, more attention has been put on minimizing processed whole foods in our diets as well as having appropriate portions and balanced meals.

A great way to kick off 2024 is to get in the habit of meal prepping. Home cooked meals are not only healthier but they can also be more economical. Keep your body and your wallet in good shape so you can do the things you love doing.

Virtual Health & Wellness Services

Modern day life can be hectic and stressful, and finding the time to get the help you need to work on your health can be difficult. But thankfully with improvements in modern communications technologies, the trend of on-demand virtual health services has emerged.

Not only does the new trend of virtual health and wellness services make it convenient for people to take better care of themselves, it is also something that insurance companies are becoming more focused on as more and more insurers are including virtual services such as telemedicine and online consultation services in their plan benefits.


We are stepping into a new era of wellness awareness and preventative care. People are now more aware than ever of their own wellbeing and are taking steps to take better care of their condition. With preventative care being more prevalent than ever, it is a good idea to ensure that your insurance plans are keeping up with the trends.

As stated in Pacific Prime’s State of Health Insurance 2023 Report, more and more insurers are focusing on preventative care and online health service coverage. Contact Pacific Prime Thailand today and get in touch with one of our experts to find a health insurance plan that is in touch with upcoming trends and gives you access to the latest health and wellness services. Take better care of yourself by taking preventative measures!

Feel free to email me at ajarn@pacificprime.co.th to learn more or contact my team at Pacific Prime Thailand today


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