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Chiang Mai: Desperate times call for desperate measures - Night Bazaar ghosttown, all-in massage down from 900 baht to 299!

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2 minutes ago, andre47 said:

Nonsense, what are you talking about? Its just Trump-propaganda...

Well done, you managed to get Trump mentioned on the first page in a thread about massages in Chiang Mai

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5 minutes ago, andre47 said:

900 Baht for a normal massage? seems quite expensive for Thailand. I never saw such high prices. 200-300 Baht is the normal rate for a massage.

Agree. No wonder they have no customers now..as the local people are not going to pay those rip off tourist prices! I pay 200 baht most places for Thai massage and 150 - 200 baht for foot massage. 

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9 minutes ago, andre47 said:

No, I mentioned this lovely president against a post which demands China to get sued for the virus. There is no evidence that China is blamable for this disaster.

"No" ? 

Are you saying that you didnt mention Trump ?

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The photo in the OP is just a random photo of three closed restaurants and not a massage shop in sight 

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1 hour ago, jak2002003 said:

Agree. No wonder they have no customers now..as the local people are not going to pay those rip off tourist prices! I pay 200 baht most places for Thai massage and 150 - 200 baht for foot massage. 

That is the normal; price :

Its 200 Baht an hour

500 Baht for five hours and 

900 Baht for the full whole day massage

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55 minutes ago, CorpusChristie said:

"No" ? 

Are you saying that you didnt mention Trump ?

Can you read? Perhaps you should clean your glasses.

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1 hour ago, jak2002003 said:

Agree. No wonder they have no customers now..as the local people are not going to pay those rip off tourist prices! I pay 200 baht most places for Thai massage and 150 - 200 baht for foot massage. 

 

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Massage everything 299 baht, such as aroma massage, scrub And hot stone massage from 900 baht to 299 baht, hot oil massage and office syndrome massage from 600 baht to 299 baht, foot massage only 199 baht

 

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7 minutes ago, andre47 said:

Can you read? Perhaps you should clean your glasses.

Surely you should have begun your sentence with a *Yes*, rather than a "No" ?

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3 hours ago, Dmaxdan said:

The one which is slightly more money than a half-in massage... 

Check your math. All-in should be twice as much. 

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Massage at the temple near Wat PhraSingh is just 120 thb and consistently good. When times are tough, the tough get going. Maybe their baht should not be so stinking tough. Beating gravity! 

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26 minutes ago, CorpusChristie said:

Surely you should have begun your sentence with a *Yes*, rather than a "No" ?

I am so lucky that we have some really clever people here. Thank you so much for your well-meaning advice.

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Makes one wonder...with the world's economy as fragile as a cracked egg shell...what will happen if there is another new virus "accidentally" unleashed on the world?   

 

We were totally caught off guard and unprepared for coronavirus...healthcare facilities are at the brink of their breaking point in terms of beds, workers,  devices, and supplies in some countries...

 

Surely compassion for one's fellow man will win out over a country's interest in power, wealth and world dominance. 

 

 

 

 

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