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Best place for a massage on Koh San Road?

  • Geezy

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    I will be arriving late Sunday after travelling a long way from England. I want to get a traditional Thai Massage to relax. Ive heard good things about them and getting my Chi re-alligned. I am staying on Koh San Road. Where is the best place to go?

    Ta Geezy

    #1 Posted: 17/8/2009 - 22:13

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  • Sparts

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    I doubt you'll find anything but lively bars and fave dvd's on Koh San Road ;p
    You may have to venture a little further from there for what you want.

    #2 Posted: 17/8/2009 - 23:40

  • sayadian

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    At the end of KS is a burgerking on Thanon Tanao.Behind it is a soi which runs parallel with Thanon Tanao.Look for a guesthouse/restaurant called MAMAS.Inside there are two other businesses.One is a hairdresser but the other is a trad.masseur called Joon.Believe me she is very good and reasonably priced.You won't regret it.

    #3 Posted: 18/8/2009 - 00:05

  • sayadian

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    At the end of KS is a burgerking on Thanon Tanao.Behind it is a soi which runs parallel with Thanon Tanao.Look for a guesthouse/restaurant called MAMAS.Inside there are two other businesses.One is a hairdresser but the other is a trad.masseur called Joon.Believe me she is very good and reasonably priced.You won't regret it.

    #4 Posted: 18/8/2009 - 00:06

  • MADMAC

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    "...my Chi re-alligned."

    Does this mean a happy ending? Getting my "Chi" realigned? What does that mean?

    #5 Posted: 18/8/2009 - 00:31

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    Thais refer to it as "unblocking wind" ... it depends what you call a happy ending Madmac.

    #6 Posted: 18/8/2009 - 01:20

  • billbevan01

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    There's a side street off Soi Rambutri that leads towards the river. Its between a busy corner bar and Mr Yim's guesthouse - and opposite the food stalls. towards the end of the street there is a massage place on the right that does good massages depending on who you get. sorry I can't be more specific than that.

    #7 Posted: 18/8/2009 - 03:31

  • Geezy

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    Thanks for the replies. I will definatley try those suggestions out. Chi is what the East refer to as life energy.

    #8 Posted: 18/8/2009 - 15:25

  • MADMAC

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    Ahhh, OK. How do you realign life energy? Wait, forget it, I don't want to know.

    I know I had to get my shoulder realigned yesterday after I had to lay down my bike when some stupid Thai bitch tried to T-bone me. Man, that hurt.

    #9 Posted: 18/8/2009 - 17:38

  • Geezy

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    A Thai bitch tried to T-Bone you? Whats T-Bone? Wait, i dont want to know. Sounds like you need to get your Chi re-aligned mate

    #10 Posted: 19/8/2009 - 14:14

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  • MADMAC

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    when a car cuts directly in your path on and you are on a bike - looks like a T-bone. I don't even know what my chi is, but my shoulder was sore hell.

    #11 Posted: 19/8/2009 - 17:56

  • SBE

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    I was going to suggest madmac got his T bone realigned after what that Thai bitch did to it

    Good job I refrained isn't it. No major surgery required then.... on your shoulder I mean.

    #12 Posted: 19/8/2009 - 21:22

  • Tilapia

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    I like the place beside Chaidee on Rambuttri. It's on the same side of the road as Hotel Viengtai, between Viengtai and the bend in the road. It used to be called Amanda, but no longer. It's a salon, but they offer massage, and they are excellent. The room they use is also very good. Lots of room, cool, dark, quiet ... inexpensive!

    #13 Posted: 20/8/2009 - 01:28

  • MADMAC

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    No man, but my shoulder was sore. Tuk tuk driver stopped and got the bike off me, but man... I will never forgive that bitch. That was fuW#$ed up. She looks at me and then drives away - with me pinned underthe bike after she does it to me. Some women...

    #14 Posted: 20/8/2009 - 02:59

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