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Kalender Turkish Bath
The Turkish bath (or 'hamam' in Turkish) is an age-old tradition which still renews lucky visitors today as it has for hundreds of years. Turkey's first ever public bath house was built in 1741 in the Sultan Mehmet area. A relaxing experience was created in part by natural lighting and specially colored tiles. This original experience can still be found all over Turkey, even in Bodrum! For absolute physical and mental purification and rejuvenation, look no further than Kalender Turkish Bath in Bodrum, Turkey.
The Turkish bath or spa is truly an experience. Upon entering the Turkish bath, the guest exchanges their clothing for a waist cloth towel and slips into the traditional clogs. Under the central dome of the Turkish bath, temperatures can be as high as 50 degrees Celsius or 122 degrees Fahrenheit! This heat and humidity opens the body's pores and brings impurities to the surface, truly preparing the guest for a luxurious scrubbing. After a gentle soap massage, the guest leaves the bathing area wrapped up in a towel and enters the resting room. Within that room, fresh traditional Turkish tea is served to you. With this, the guest leaves Kalender Turkish Bath glowing both externally and internally.