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Can Anyone Recommend A Sauna In Pattaya?

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MJCM    2,825

Sauna around 2 Kilometers up Soi Siam Country Club (on your right hand side) next to Kiss food restaurant

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jbrain    2,816

Sauna around 2 Kilometers up Soi Siam Country Club (on your right hand side) next to Kiss food restaurant

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Basil B    5,698

Build your own, a few sheets of corrugated steel and a bucket of water.cheesy.gif

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MTH    109

As usual, a few silly posts, don’t know why anyone hasn’t mentioned Pattaya Sauna soi 31 off Naklua road.

Only sauna I frequent here, large relax area with two very cold dipping pools, male and female pools separate.

There is one steam room and two decently sized saunas, however only one sauna in use at the time.

They also have on site massage and a small gym, that no one seems to use.

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juise    0

http://www.bulgamasa...amasauna.com/ (promotion 250THB/day)

http://www.mari-jari.com/ (not tested)

http://www.ispapatta...a...taya.com/ ( owner of this has 2nd branch on 2nd Rd. opp. soi 6)

seki is good.my favourite. (been member since opening)

also 1 place between seki and country sauna,turn on left from soi siam country ( appx. this location : http://goo.gl/maps/u71Rj )

the "old ones" : pattaya sauna,silom (not sure if still alive) and naklua sauna are so over....

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sgunn65    102

I use i spa on Second road opposite soi 6. A large sauna and steam room (both mixed) with three plunge pools. It costs 250 baht per person for which you get a plate of fruit and Ice. Large seating area for relaxing and a seperate smoking area. Spa facilities like massage etc available (though expensive). Very relaxing way to spend a couple of hours. My gf and I go regularly.

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Asiacat    33

I use i spa on Second road opposite soi 6. A large sauna and steam room (both mixed) with three plunge pools. It costs 250 baht per person for which you get a plate of fruit and Ice. Large seating area for relaxing and a seperate smoking area. Spa facilities like massage etc available (though expensive). Very relaxing way to spend a couple of hours. My gf and I go regularly.

I'll give it a try. One other question what do you wear in the sauna. Will I look out of place changing into an old pair of shorts before going in or should I invest in some trendy bathing suit?

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Ohyesuare    181

I use i spa on Second road opposite soi 6. A large sauna and steam room (both mixed) with three plunge pools. It costs 250 baht per person for which you get a plate of fruit and Ice. Large seating area for relaxing and a seperate smoking area. Spa facilities like massage etc available (though expensive). Very relaxing way to spend a couple of hours. My gf and I go regularly.

I'll give it a try. One other question what do you wear in the sauna. Will I look out of place changing into an old pair of shorts before going in or should I invest in some trendy bathing suit?

They provide you with something.

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kriswillems    1,085

One question - do you've to put clothes on in a sauna in Thailand? Or is it just all nude, like public saunas in most European countries?

I like sauna, but I don't want to sit and sweat while wearing clothes (for hygienic reasons and comfort). I also want to avoid going to a sauna giving "adult/sexual" services.

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MJCM    2,825

One question - do you've to put clothes on in a sauna in Thailand? Or is it just all nude, like public saunas in most European countries?

I like sauna, but I don't want to sit and sweat while wearing clothes (for hygienic reasons and comfort). I also want to avoid going to a sauna giving "adult/sexual" services.

It will not be nude for sure !! Swimming trunks and as the previous poster (ohyesuare) said, if you don't have the necessary attire, "They provide you with something."

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kriswillems    1,085

One question - do you've to put clothes on in a sauna in Thailand? Or is it just all nude, like public saunas in most European countries?

I like sauna, but I don't want to sit and sweat while wearing clothes (for hygienic reasons and comfort). I also want to avoid going to a sauna giving "adult/sexual" services.

It will not be nude for sure !! Swimming trunks and as the previous poster (ohyesuare) said, if you don't have the necessary attire, "They provide you with something."

Thanks for your answer.

(In my country there are 2 kinds of saunas, the saunas where people are asked to put on a swimming suit have very little customers and there are very few of these places. The nude saunas (most places) are a family thing. We go there with our wife and children. I had hoped something like that existed in Thailand. Too bad.)

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