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by patrickve

!st time in Bangkok. where is a good place to go for a massage ?

Re: massages

by chrisbilal

It's like asking for a cafe in Paris. Just make sure you to specify you're looking for a professional massage without sex.

Re: massages

by expatbangkok

What's wrong with a professional massage with sex?

Re: massages

by chrisbilal

Nothing, if that's your thing. I assume people would rather not have that though.

Re: massages

by SirHalberd

There are lots of massage parlors all over Bangkok and Pattaya. Most of these are in store fronts. Some are in the lobbies of small hotels. Cheap hotel - cheap price. Expensive hotel - expensive price!

You would have to be blind to not find a massage parlor in Bangkok! In Pattaya they call you over so if you are blind you can find them easy too! If you want a massage by blind people there are places that do that. If you want some gay guy rubbing their hands all over your bod there are places for that too! Whatever rocks your boat you will find it available - for a price!

If you are into nightlife and massage parlors then stay in the Sukhumvit Road area not far from the Nana Skytrain stop.

Good luck.

Re: massages

by SirHalberd

In Bangkok in the Patpong, Sukhumvit Road and even the Phetchaburi Road area there are touts who show gullible tourists little brochures for massage parlors with photos of lots of girls with numbers on them. These touts usually notice the new people because they are carrying maps and have a lost look about them. They pounce on you and offer to take you to a "good" place. This costs more!

Beer bars are cheaper than go-go bars and go-go bars are cheaper than fancy nightclubs - by the way.

Re: massages

by ter1413

Agree with chrisbilal......the parlors are all over Bangkok. Just take your pick!

Travel Tips for Bangkok

It depends what age group you...

by harryboy

It depends what age group you belong to....there is something for everybody of any age group....Siam Square is the heart of Bangkok for the Young people it has numerous shopping complexes and multiplexes....100's of places to eat...from cafes to fast food to thai food...anything and everything...(don't miss MBK....its a dept. store).....Don't think of missing the Golden buddha temple , the reclining buddha temple and the old palace and yeah try to cover the floating markt. too and DEFINATELY try thai food The thing which miss from bangkok is the food....it is one the best kind of food i ever had (but anyways i put thai food 2nd after our own indian food)...for 2 months i nearly tried every kind of thai dish and i still had'nt tried it all....but mind you few iteams are really spicy...and yeah DON'T miss eating on the road side Food Stalls they are perfectly safe and clean (and Damn cheap)...one think more that you won't forget is the smiling and friendly thai people

Internet Cafes are everywhere...

by paulmacn

Internet Cafes are everywhere in Bangkok. However, the best place is called The Email Place. It is located in the Times Square shopping centre on Sumkuvit Road. Amazingly fast internet connection, they also have multi-media readers to can email some photos from your digital camera to your mates on the road.


by solopes

In most Asian countries it's common to see the remains of British influence, in the students' dress code. In Bangkok we saw a parade with students using traditional costumes and some uniformity, but not so rigorous and classical as in India, for instance.

I don't know what they were celebrating, but they were a very happy crowd - maybe the end of scholar period?


by herzog63

Although most of the streets are clean I did see quite a bit of trash floating in the river! I'm sure some of the people that live on the waters edge just toss their trash right into the river and don't even think twice about it. That dang plastic just floats!

Packing List

by mignonne

It's better to bring luggage,with 2 soft big bags inside so that after you do all your shopping,you will have enough space to put all your stuff.I usually leave with 2 bags but I come back with 4.hehehe Thailand is a very warm and tropical country so you can just move around comfortably in T-shirt,shorts/Jeans. Sunglasses are a must!!


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