In a minute I’m going to give you an overview of the best soapy massage parlors in Bangkok, but first, let me clarify few important points so you can enjoy the experience without feeling tense.What that means for the unfamiliar is that Thai masseurs are available to soap you up, massage you up and then give you a “wet” ride until you’re finish of. If it’s your first time, you might find the process confusing, not really knowing what is going on. Let me assure you that it’s an incredible way to spend an afternoon doing an unusual activity, truly Thai.By the way, talking about experiences, my first soapy massage was a memorable one. It all started in the afternoon on my second day trip to Bangkok, six years ago.I got into a taxi with in mind to try out the infamous soapy massage after a friend of mine highly recommended it.If you pass by Bangkok without experiencing a soapy massage, is like going to Paris and not visiting the “Eiffel Tower.” I don’t have to tell you that Thailand is a traditional country in many ways, well reputed for oil, aromatic and foot massages.In contrast, the infamous soapy massage has nothing to do with therapy, but only pleasure for men enjoying water sports.Address: Soi Soonwijai, Rama 9 Road, Bangkok Website – Google Map Utopia stands out for its amazing interiors and a peaceful ambiance.
While everyone opinion might vary, from my own personal experience, soapy massages are FUN and well worth to give a try.
They have more than 80 girls (not all at the same time, some they might have a day off) that you can pick from and Annie’s girls are well-known for their high level of sexual service.
With an open attitude, free Wi Fi and a fully-stocked bar, this massage parlor is definitely worth a visit.
Price: In line with other Bangkok soapy massage; in-house for two hours is charged at 2500 Baht and 5000 Baht for takeout, prices are not negotiable Address: Sukhumvit Road, near Nana Plaza Nearest public transport: Nana Plaza Station BTS Website – Follow them on Facebook – – Google Map No, they don’t sell underwear.
Thai people give strange names to business, and of course, love to copy foreign brands (Still waiting for Armani Massage).