Pietra Bangkok Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

254 Ratchadapisek Road, Huay-Kwang, Bangkok, 10310, Thailand
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72%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
6%
1
Very Good
46%
7
Average
20%
3
Poor
20%
3
Terrible
6%
1

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 11% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Solo40
  • Business60

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Massage parlours for women done by men

by abc50

What are the massage parlours which do excellent massage for females by men in bangkok,in sukhumvit area, which are very safe.
Regards
Abc

Re: Massage parlours for women done by men

by SirHalberd

There are some places where "blind" monks massage people. A Google Check will come up with some. Thai Visa Forum for women will have someone who can help you.
http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/forum/15-ladies-in-thailand/

If you want a man you can also go to a place where gay men go to. There are places that cater to massages by men (usually on men) but they will do women too!

Your hotel concierge can arrange for a man to massage you in the privacy of your room.

If it is just a plain old massage many of the storefront massage parlors are very reasonably priced. Many times the massage is right in the open with other people around. Depending on your hotel, you may only have to contact the front desk.

Have fun.

Re: Massage parlours for women done by men

by Richard.GVA

5-star hotels generally have a so-called spa, generally with very skilled male and female massage staff.

Re: Massage parlours for women done by men

by dragonc

I've never heard of a monk, blind or otherwise, doing massage - and they forbidden to touch women in any way. You are thinking of the many blind massage centers around town.

Re: Massage parlours for women done by men

by tiva_

we are couple and look for parlours for women by men. for years, we can not find any, except for gays which is different matter.
any one knows please let us know.

Re: Massage parlours for women done by men

by chonda

You can try Healthland in Akamai. You can ask for male.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

DRINK

by LysDor

Be sure to drink a lot. Bangkok is one of the hottest city in the world. Day and night temperature are comparable. While on foot, I used to pop in to hotels' lobbys or stores as they have air-conditionning.

Street Food

by syllybabe

You can never go hungry in Bangkok. Everywhere there's street food. I asked my friend if it was safe to eat what they cook in the streets and she said, "Oh yes...for some reason, Bangkok street food is clean. I don't know why and how that could be, but it just is." I believe her. The woman in the pic was drying and flattening squid and cuttlefish and was enjoying our curious interest in her that she even turned around to pose for this pic.

River of Kings Part 4

by Audrey118

The performance central theme as said by the chaiperson Princess Ubolratana is
'Giving is the Greatest Virtue' and to give out the goodness of the heart is the only way to save Himabana and the world

Free Traditional Thai Dancing Shows

by Bangkokjoe

The Erawan Shrine protects the big posh hotel next door from doom, gloom, and subsiding foundations. It's true... it's true. Before the shrine it was all pear shaped for the construction site, and that's why they buil the shrine. To keep the elephant bloke happy! And here there is dancing ! Traditional Thai dancing, lovely and cultural.

If you do visit this shrine (as a lunchtime break in your shopping around the World Trade Centre, Central Dept Store or Mahboonkrong - the shrine is almost in the middle of this retail triangle) try to time your visit to the top of the midday hours. You'll be treated to a free show of temple dancers. Yeah it's a tourist trap, but the tourists wouldn't keep showing up if it wasn't worth a look. Lovely lasses, though the nail varnish is a bit strange. (Normally they have long golden extensions. Don’t know what happened the day I was there.) The costumes are beautifully made and kept, and the dances are supposed to be authentic, referring back to those used 250 years ago.

However, while it is done for the pleasure of tourists it is a sacred area, as you'll see from the spiritual support services of garland sellers, candle makers and the like. So keep yoru enthusiasm to poke a camera lens in a dancer's face under control. (Keep in the background eh?)

Afterwards, you can pop into the hotel next door for an afternoon tea or refreshment stop. Though beware the taxi drivers on the road outside when getting away. They'll have your arm off rather than put the meter on. Vultures the lot of them.

If you want to see and be part of this custom:
Erawan Shrine, near the World Trade Centre and the Erawan Hotel.
Nearest BTS Stations: "Siam" and "Chidlom".

Packing List

by rebibi

Light cotton blouses, shorts, comfortable shoes to walk around easily.
Don't forget to wear long pants and protect your shoulders when entering a temple! If you happen to visit a school (especially in the northern part of Thailand) try to get in touch with a school teacher. They always need stylos and paper for the children!

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