(CNN) — Ask most new moms and dads what they want the most, and they could say aid with the infant, prepared meals or a good night’s snooze.

At Kai Suites, an uber-magnificent lodge for postpartum moms in Singapore, they can get all of all those matters — for a selling price.

The lodge, which is ironically located on a location after occupied by a maternity healthcare facility, starts at $18,000S ($13,650) for a two-7 days remain.

Kevin Kwee, the hotel’s owner and operator, tells CNN Travel that his own encounters as a new parent gave him the plan to open up Kai Suites.

“As a father of four little ones and having journeyed with my spouse by means of diverse confinement experiences, I entirely fully grasp the significance of pre-natal education, postpartum recuperation and restoration as perfectly as the treatment essential for the two mom and newborn throughout this golden period of time — not only bodily but also mentally and emotionally.”

Expectant mother and father usually book their rooms when they are about 6-8 months from the approximated shipping and delivery day. After mother and little one are cleared to depart the clinic, a “guest relations officer” and a nurse will satisfy them at the exit, set them in a limo and escort them to Kai Suites to get settled.

The total process is identical to examining into a luxury all-inclusive, but with additional professional medical staff.

So far, nearly all the visitors have been Singaporean locals — which is to be predicted during a pandemic where by vacation is typically off boundaries — but Kwee would make no mystery that he hopes to catch the attention of an worldwide clientele in the upcoming.

A typical home at Kai Suites.

Courtesy Kai Suites/Gastro Sense

Kai Suites has 18 private suites, and though extended households are welcome to appear by and pay a visit to, only associates and spouses are encouraged to remain the night time — all the far better for family members bonding.

Yet another request from new parents is that they want to satisfy other persons who are in the exact condition. Kai has set up shared parts wherever the guests can fulfill and mingle with each other — concerning massages, medical professional visits and afternoon naps, of class.

Even though this postpartum hotel is a new notion in Singapore, the exercise has a wealthy heritage all through Asia. In China and Chinese-speaking communities close to the globe, the idea of zuo yue zi, or sitting down the moon cycle, is nonetheless broadly practiced.

In the course of this first month postpartum, gals who have supplied delivery are usually cared for by their households in particular methods so that they have as significantly time and power as attainable to care for by themselves and their infants. This can involve consuming particular teas and ingesting healthy meals that enable to restore their bodies and bring their iron amounts again up.

Though some a lot more modern-day Chinese look at these methods relics of a time when women of all ages experienced considerably less accessibility to health care and were additional probable to die of sepsis or other article-childbirth conditions, present-day “confinement centers” are nonetheless extensively made use of and can cost tens of hundreds of dollars.

Other centers, like Nadora in the Malaysian condition of Selangor and Gem Care in Taipei, blend contemporary resort amenities with conventional tactics.

Kai Suites looks to be practising the combination of classic treatment and modern captialism.

Even while the lodge only opened in November 2020, Kwee is presently looking to the potential. He strategies to broaden the brand name by launching a line of foods, common Chinese medicine (TCM) and wellbeing and natural beauty products aimed at new moms.