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The Best Spa & Thai Massage only 15 to 20 minutes away from Phra Khanong in Bangkok city
Phra Khanong, located near the BTS Sukhumvit Line, is convenient, accessible, and affordable. While mostly Thai-populated, there are still a decent number of expats, giving visitors the chance to experience the local culture while feeling at home. This area is perfect for expats as it is well-connected to Bangkok's major commercial and wellness districts, making it easy to indulge in wellness treatments and massages while still enjoying a more local feel. Plus, don't miss the popular W District, which offers an array of food and entertainment options that are perfect for unwinding after a day of relaxation. In summary, if you're seeking a wellness and spa retreat in Bangkok, Phra Khanong is a hidden gem worth exploring. Its strategic location, affordability, and accessibility make it an ideal location for both expats and tourists looking to unwind and experience the local culture.
Thai massage is a popular treatment for people all around the world. It's not only good for relaxation; it also helps to alleviate aches and pains from athletic activity or overuse, as well as stress and tension.
Signature experiences include Traditional Thai Massage and The Award Winning Thai Warrior Massage. Although a Traditional Thai Massage is effective, the Thai Herb Massage is another good option for those with severe muscular pains.
World-renowned for its therapies around Phra Khanong
Phra Khanong has a rich history, having once been an amphoe for Nakhon Khuean Khan in 1902. Later, Nakhon Khauean Khan was renamed Phra Pradaeng in 1914. In 1927, Phra Khanong's province of Phra Pradaeng was transferred to Bangkok, but its size has since been reduced due to several district splits. Phra Khanong used to encompass the districts of Khlong Toei, Watthana, Suan Luang, Prawet, and Bang Na. However, Khlong Toei was later separated from Watthana, and Prawet was split from Suan Luang. Eventually, Phra Khanong was divided into two districts: Prawet and Khlong Toei, and Bang Na became its own district in 1998. One of the area's notable landmarks is the Mae Nak Phra Khanong Wat Mahabut shrine, which was originally located in Phra Khanong before being moved to Suan Luang due to a boundary change in 1997. While the district's borders have changed over the years, Phra Khanong's rich history and cultural significance remain an important aspect of Bangkok's heritage.
Despite changes in administration over the years, many areas are still referred to as Phra Khanong. However, the Phra Khanong station of the Bangkok Skytrain, which opened in 1999, is not actually located in the Phra Khanong area. It is situated in the Phra Khanong Nuea Sub-district of Watthana district. Interestingly, the name Khanong means "eyebrow" in the Khmer language, and it has been suggested that it may have originated from the Khmer word "Khanon" (khnn), which means "customs house." The area has been an important port for centuries and is steeped in history, including the Phra Pradaeng historical site, which dates back more than 1,000 years to the Khmer empire.