Tulum, Mexico, is a coastal city that preserves the Mayan cultural and historical sites. It was also one of the last cities to be built and inhabited by the pre-Columbian Mayan civilization; it prospered between the 13th and 15th centuries until the Spanish occupied In Mexico, such remains continue to remain for seventy years. Coming to Tulum, you can see a holiday hotel built from traditional straw roofs and woods, in the shade of the sandbank.Azulik Hotel. Set in a beautiful environment, you can walk on the private beach in your leisure time, without being restrained and away from the noise, leaving only the sea breeze blowing the rustling of the palm trees; looking at the blue waves, the blue waves are slap on the fine white sand. Picking up the waves of Taotao, as if all troubles and sorrows, forget it.
Enter the Azulik Hotel, a small tribe of the world, named after the jungle, the moon, the sea, the sky, and other natural elements. Each spacious wooden house is owned by the Mexican royal family Ebony Khatalosh. Built; large marble floor-to-ceiling windows provide plenty of natural light in the room. Interestingly, the rooms here are not equipped with TV and telephone, but they all have an exclusive outdoor deck seating area and a small bed for sunbathing, so that passengers can isolate the technology and completely relax and enjoy the green. Surrounded by trees, it is surrounded by the blue sea and blue sky of the Caribbean.
Explore the surroundings of the hotel and the amazing charm is ready to be revealed. The path hidden in the coast and the jungle leads to an end point like a huge bird's nest. When you walk into the wooden house, you will find that there is no hole in the sky. The structure of the building is intertwined and arranged in an orderly manner. The interior space is also like an open greenhouse at the moment, allowing the sunlight and plants to naturally grow and spread without any boundaries with nature. Quietly feeling, like inadvertently breaking into the wizarding residence in the rainforest, although mysterious, but full of intimate natural freehand - this is Azulik for the friendly environment, combined with tradition and design, created the boutique store ZAK IK.
Stepping on the channel paved by the clear water mold, the unique and interesting waterway design makes every step of the fun full of fun; look down at the reflection of the water surface, such as the winged roof and plant light and shadow, staggered into a smooth and clear view; The vine-woven, wrapped glass ball is shining with a sly candle. The in-store atmosphere is attributed to the simplicity and simplicity of the space design. From the display hangers to the counters for displaying the ornaments, they are all made of wood and cement, inspired by the ancient Mayan architecture. There is no luxurious embellishment, with natural materials and planting, creating a jungle in the space that is native to the ground; the organic winding structure lines bring out the fascinating layering of the space, adding a touch of Zen to the original style. The beauty of silence makes visitors feel free to wander around without pressure.
It is also a camp where the travellers stop, collecting hand-made works by local artists, and regularly cooperating with local creators to organize exhibitions; the products they sell hold the concept of “returning to the original intention” and will continue to protect the land. The concept and the combination of traditional crafts, and actively realize the beautiful vision of the balanced development of the environment and the humanities. While expecting commercial progress, the local government is also committed to protecting the history of Mexico, respecting and promoting local culture, strengthening close relationships with local communities, and achieving respect and preservation of Mayan culture.
Leaving Mexico and saying goodbye to this deadly tribe, the heart is still moving, and the deep memory linked to the earth awakens. To build this team of pure land, I hope that in addition to impressing the travellers, they can also reflect on this experience. How can human beings, in the rapid development of modern science and technology, not forget the pure touch and respect of the original nature.