Oasis Spa Bangkok


Oasis Spa Bangkok: relax & massage

30 September 2014

Experience the real Thai Massage at Oasis Spa!

You can’t go to Thailand without going to a good spa. And trust me not all Thai massages end in happy end. If you want to stay away from the shady places I highly recommend going to The Oasis Spa in Bangkok. A beautiful day spa where you can rejuvenate after the long flight.

You’re welcomed with a cup of ginger tea. Very nice, I should make that at home too!
The spa menu is extensive. When you’re in Bangkok for a longer time you can also create a personal treatment plan at Oasis Spa.
Since we were just there for one massage after the long flight I went for the Queen massage. It’s a combination of massages with influences from the Thai Lanna massages from the North. After the treatment I had enough energy again to explore bustling China Town!

The Oasis Spa has location in Chiang Mai and Phuket too.

Tip: the Breezes spa at the Amari Watergate hotel is a beautiful modern spa which is famous for its mango and sticky rice scrub treatment. Beside the upscale salons there are many small salons on the streets. If you find a decent one these can be just as good (but less luxurious and much cheaper) as the famous spa’s in Bangkok.

Oasis Spa Bangkok

Address: 64 Soi Swaddee, Sukhumvit 31, Bangkok, Thailand
Neighbourhood: Bangkok Wattana
Website: oasisspa.net
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