Must do Bangkok. Wonderful, wonderful massage. It is busy but that is not a problem. Totally recommend.
It is located within the Wat Pho temple... its a must do .. Post 1 Hour full body massage ... i felt very nice and relaxed ... and its absolutely worth the money ... very cheap ...
This is where you should go for a good Thai traditional massage, we always go there when we visit Bangkok. After the 1 hour massage you feel like a new person, all pains and aching joints gone. It is very cheap considering how much you will pay in London.
3rd visit here in separate trips. Very good quality traditional Thai massage. Previously non-Aircon & significantly cheaper. Now Air-conditioned, cleaner & more comfortable. Not a refuge cos masseur or masseuse chats incessantly. Mixed gender treatment areas. No privacy. No regrets. Will return.
After a long day of walking in Bangkok we were very grateful to see the massage school at the back of Wat Pho. I had been there 10 years and still remember the marvelous massage. My friend and I were both very relaxed and were able to see a few more sights after our feet were rejuvenated
We got a lot of massages in Bangkok but this was our favorite find. After a few hours of waking around the grand palace it was wonderful to see the impressive reclining Buddha at Wat Pho and finish the day of sightseeing at the on-site massage school for a foot massage and Thai massage. The atmosphere does feel school like... More
An absolutely must try. This is an excellent massage place where they teach and practise traditoonal thai massage. Should try atleast once. Do the complete package dont go cheap on this one.
It's pretty pricy but they will give you the best Thai massage you could ever imagine. They hold up to their title of being the first massage school in the country. Go to the Wat Po and come to the massage school for an hour of relaxation.
This is a great temple complex. The Reclining Buddha is a must see and since this is a massage school, the massages are fabulous and a great value. Beautiful grounds and once you get away from the tourist groups, its very quiet and peacful.
I personally like visiting Wat Pho and have been returning yearly. It is quite an experience in appreciating the grand Reclining Buddha as well as the surrounding area. Sometimes you get to see school kids learning / reciting; some days on company visits. There is a counter for coins exchange where you get to fill up the 108 bowls along... More
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