Explore the Origin of Thai Massage

Massage and spa treatments are everywhere in Bangkok. On the grounds of Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha) on Sanam

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Chai road next to the Grand Palace, try a massage at Bangkok’s oldest massage school—a great place to connect to the roots of this ancient discipline that aims to refresh the spirit as it loosens the muscles from a day of site seeing.

Even better, try your hand at the Thai traditional massage training course at the Temple’s Traditional Medical and Massage School.

Wat Pho:
Hours: Open daily 08:00 am – 5:00 pm, with an admission fee of 50 baht. Tourists must be in sleeve shirt, no shorts, no sandals
Phone: +66(0) 2 225-9595

Wat Pho Thai Traditional Medical and Massage School:
Hours: Open daily 08:00 am – 5:00 pm
Phone: +66(0) 2221-2974, 221-3686, 622-3550-1
Email: watpo.ttm@gmail.com
Map: http://www.watpomassage.com/2009/map.html