Review of Neaupet Spa Phuket Town
i would not call this a spa. It is a male massage shop. Rooms are simple with bed mattresses on the floor. More for fun than for serious massages. In a side road, so parking ok
A male masseur caught my eye as i was passing. Oil massage was 300 baht for 1 hour, a 10 baht discount, normal price 400 baht, excluding tip. Had private rooms upstairs, with a large floor mattress with clean bed covers, air con, music. Had shower facilities, a towel and soaps were provided. Masseur was good at his job and in no rush. Quiet as off the main drag. I would come again.
Review of Naka Massage at Paradise Complex
Ok did not have massage tables, just a thin mattress on the floor covered with a clean sheet and pillow. massage area was small, dim lighting and music was soft and not too loud, had air con. Therapist, spoke barely any english but went out of this way to please. Overall a good experience, would be better and more private if they had proper massage rooms.
Very very nice place and good services, therapist very kind and service mind. They provide a good massage, I feel relax and comfortable. Good and very impress.
A visit to Thailand is not complete without experiencing a massage. Massages shops and spas can be found everywhere on the island and one can even experience one while relaxing on many of the beaches.
From ultra-luxurious treatments with prices to match to the very basic foot and neck massage shops, there is a massage place near you.
Be advised that in order to avoid injury a traditional Thai massage should be performed only by experienced professionals.