1. Yunessun Spa Resort, Japan
For a wet, wild and wacky holiday destination, grab your bathing suit and make a splash at Japan's Yunessun Spa Resort. Part water park, part relaxing retreat, Yunessun is not your typical oasis. Where else can you take a dip in your favourite beverage? That's right' you can soak in a refreshing menu that includes green tea, wine, coffee or sake. A massive teapot and wine bottle hover over the spas, pouring out their rejuvenating elixirs. Just remember: don't drink and dive.
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