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Thai Massage by the Blind

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Thai Massage by the Blind

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Soi 37 Petchkasem Road near Golden Place, Hua Hin 77110 Thailand
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Carl M wrote a review Jan 2020
Hixon, United Kingdom12 contributions16 helpful votes
This place is down soi 40 at the end same rd as Hua Hin golf hotel,Me and the wife had a massage here wife had a blind girl she was very good I had a middle aged lady also good,Not you usual throw oil on you & just rub there hands up & down I would def go back & also 200 baht a massage cheap as chips.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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a-humming-bird wrote a review Jul 2019
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If you are into Thai massage, here is the place. Most of the masseur/masseuse are well trained thus deliver a quality thai massage. Importantly you are supporting the blind to earn their living. My recommendation is to have someone who speaks Thai calls and books the appointment for you in advanced. The best would be to accompany you to the place and to ensure the adequate communication. So that you achieve the best experience of Thai massage (doesnt need to be painful and can be adjusted to the customer need). NOTE: the location has temporary changed from Soi 39 next to Golden Place to Soi 41, at the end of the Alley Enjoy!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Bo A wrote a review Apr 2019
Faxe, Denmark15 contributions11 helpful votes
I have been here several times now and will keep coming back! There used to be a place in Cha-Am but for unknown reasons it closed 3-4 years ago, so now this place in Hua Hin is the closest. Don't worry about them being blind, they will do their utmost to make sure that you are ok, asking from time to time "Djep Mai" does it hurt and just answer in English, even if they don't speak English they know yes and no. Depending on your pain threshold, go for a 1 or 2 hour session, 2 hours can be too much for some but coming back is almost a given. Should they start to rub you with oil, make sure that this is what you want, it is not normal! Just say no, Thai massage please, then they know what you want. Do expect to be touched, and if you have hair on your chest, like I do, also expect that assistance might be called (so to speak) as everyone want to touch the big monkey 😙😂 Just laugh and relax everything will be "Sanuk mag". A lot of fun The place is highly recommend
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Smaldives wrote a review Jan 2019
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Came here for a holiday . Was really surprised to get sick a wonderful massage . They are better than the big brands i have been to . Making sure we are comfortable.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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salthound wrote a review Apr 2017
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I am used to having Thai massages regularly and thought I would try a massage by a blind person, touch being a very important part of massage. The man was clearly completly blind and he literally felt his way. He found old injuries that he could not have known about so was clearly in tune with my body. As usual with a thai massage, there are periods when it hurts a lot and periods when it is very relaxing. He used much pressure and I genuinely expected to be bruised the next day. However, when I woke up, I felt completely refereshed, like a new start. Excellent massage, when I am next in Hua Hin, I will certainly repeat it. I recommend a 2 hour session.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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