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Museum & soapy massage the same day: a must for Bangkok museum-goers?

Written By: herbrunbridge - Jan• 27•11

Suan Pakkad Palace

Over the past several months, veteran Bangkok museum-goers have been raving to WoWasis about a museum experience that might be unique to Bangkok: a morning visit to a museum, followed by an afternoon soapy body-to-body massage. This occurs because the venerated Suan Pakkad Museum and the Chao Phya 2 soapy massage parlor are a mere eight minute walking distance from each other. The museum itself is a 2 minute walk from the Phaya Thai BTS skytrain station, making this unique experience logistically facile.

The Suan Pakkad Museum boasts a fine ceramics collection among a group of stately old Thai houses. The Chao Phya offers a two-hour soapy for 2000 baht.

Museum enthusiasts have complained for years about the aching feet and stiff necks particular to the museum experience. Our readers are telling us that Bangkok has perhaps the word’s best solution for the problem, a same-day soapy. Visit the individual WoWasis soapy massage and Suan Pakkad Museum pages for more information on each experience. And enjoy your museum day in Bangkok.

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