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Had to wait about 20 minutes to get in for a Thai massage - I'm not a big fan of massages so it was just OK for me - my wife loves massages and really enjoyed it. After this massage, my wife and I got...More
I now realize I never had a real foot massage until now. This foot massage was a little bit of heaven. I didn't know it could be like this. The pressure and technique were perfection. Clearly, my masseuse knew her stuff - she demonstrated that...More
Wat Po is the principal massage school in Thailand, ancient massage techniques are taught and passed down through the generations. I had a foot and leg massage and felt truly re-invigorated . This is the ideal antidote to long walks either sightseeing or shopping. Thoroughly...More
Went to visit the Grand Palace and decided to get a massage at the Wat Pho massage training school since it’s around the corner. Was very disappointed by the experience.
1. To enter the massage school; u must pay the 200 baht fee to entrance...More
Had a 2 hour massage for about $30 US. They came to my hotel. Quality of the therapist is hit or miss; first one had been doing massages for 20 years; the second for 6 months. Still much better than any massage I've had in...More
Just a bit more expensive than other massage places located on the streets of the town but very professional ! You can feel the experience of the people working there. When I finished I was very relaxed !!
Very professional Thai massage, just a bit more expensive than other massage places located on the streets of Bangkok . This was the first school of Thai massage and you can feel the good experience that people working there have . When I finished I...More
Directly across the river from Wat Pho is this 5 spired Khmer styled tower. The corners are surrounded by 4 smaller prangs. The towers are decorated by seashells, porcelain and ceramics and fashioned into an array of flowers and other images. The central prang is...More
I went to this temple around 9 in the morning, not so many people there. The reclining Buddha was very beautiful and longest one in Bangkok. I got a very nice Thai massage inside the temple which was a great experience too.
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.