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Please avoid the massage place, and instead spend more time admiring Wat Pho.
Did a 30mins thai massage just to experience what it's like to be massaged by the "experts". Waited at least 45mins for my turn, and it was the worst thai massage i...More
Suggestive place to get the best massage in Bangkok. I went for a traditional foot massage and they have been able to fix my ancle pain and my horrible period one within 30 minutes. Afterwords I was a younger lady.
This facility is fantastic. The staff are very attentive and cater to the type of massage you would like to get. There are many options for the massages and the length of time you wish to pay for. Highly recommended.
A visit to the temple site of Wat Pho must include a session at the massage area of the grounds. I am not going to say that it is the best massage that you will ever receive but the experience is worth the visit. Everyone...More
We went to the Grand palace and then walked over here. There are way few folks here connotatively. (Do watch out people outside will try to tell temple is closed etc. While it is open)
Entrance fee was 200baht for foreigners.
The leaning Buddha was...More
This was both mine and my husband's first experience with Thai massage, and the massages we got here set a very high bar for the rest of our travels throughout Thailand.
Both of our masseuses were incredibly skilled - you can tell they have had...More
Decent place for a massage number will be given by the staffs foot reflexology or body massage.Packs by mostly tourists the massage is in open area with cloth on it. I personally prefer a private space.They will clean you foot with wet tissues and cream...More
Their website state quite salty price of the course. When you go there, go rather early morning around 9am. They are preparing oils etc. needed material for studies. You can go even help them to place mats around floors... More
Their website state quite salty price of the course. When you go there, go rather early morning around 9am. They are preparing oils etc. needed material for studies. You can go even help them to place mats around floors. You can negotiate the price to 7500-12000 Baht. Up to want you want to learn and for how long. If you use those few english speaking "buyers" at front. They collect commission and that cost a lot, possibly 20-30k or more. They are just looking people to get booked in. Go straight inside and see area first and talk people who are inside and work there. They can help you too. Many of them understand few words of english.