UPDATE: Huge soapy massage ‘club’ in Bangkok bought within 24 hours of being up for sale

FOR SALE: One Soapy Massage Complex in Bangkok

Just what you should diversify your property portfolio. Cheat sheet ’s membership, full with cleaning soap and bubbles.
It’s not everyday that a big soapy massage venue gets listed publicly in Thailand. The proprietor of the 5 storey venue in Bangkok has put his venue and business up on the market for a mere 470 million baht. You not only get the venue, you also get the ‘slipper’ deal of the century, together with the business license to operate as a therapeutic massage parlour and restaurant and all of the ‘trained’ staff. Approved has a hundred and forty room to offer the providers to its clients.
The proprietor says the business will entice between 3 – 6 million baht per month in income. You’ll get all the gaudy furniture and fittings… everything you’ll want to draw the gentlemen clientele.
And apparently the deal was too good to cross up and the complicated was purchased up inside 24 hours of being up on the market yesterday.
The venue on Arun Amarin Road within the capital’s Pink Lao space, a busy suburban area of the city on the west facet of the Chao Phraya. The owner needs to sell the business because “he’s getting old”, and he has no household or natural successor to take over the lucrative enterprise. There’s been a flurry of curiosity so far and Daily News reviews that somebody is already planning to step in and take it over.
For those that have been living on the moon for the past few many years, soapy therapeutic massage venues are well-known for massages which entail greater than a stiff rubdown of the again, legs or arms. aka Houses of Pleasure or Rub ‘n Tug venues. Thais name it an “Ab Ob Nuat”. Hopefully no additional rationalization is required.
These institutions do a roaring trade when issues are normal around Thailand. But the Covid pandemic forced their closure and the employees have been out of labor.
It was these ‘gentlemen’s clubs’, basically upscale brothels, that have been at the centre of what was called Thailand’s third wave of Covid 19 which surged in late April and peaked across the middle of August this 12 months.



SOURCE: Daily News| Nation Thailand

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