If you're looking for a Naturist Resort in Bangkok and would like to be in a clothes free environment, then the BareFeet Naturist Resort may well be the perfect place for you to take advantage of a holiday like no other. It's brand new and Bangkok' first. And while the resort is mostly geared towards couples, singles are more than welcome as are gay singles and couples too. The only requirement is that you are 18 years or older, except in the case of children accompanied by their parents or legal guardians.
Please be aware that while nudity is the accepted norm here, it is by no means a sex resort. Any sexual activity is reserved for the privacy of your room. Simply put - all other areas outside your room is a no go sexual playground. This includes the pool and garden. And because BareFree is a family friendly resort, they ask you not to engage in intimate displays around the dining area either. Other than that, feel free to capture some cool breezes while enjoying the moment in an "au naturel" environment.
BareFeet Naturist Resort in Bangkok offers you and your family a variety of savings, specials and pre-paid packages to suit all your needs. There's even something called a Rainy Season Month where you can spend unlimited hours in the nude as cool rain water runs down your body.
Apart from doing a little skinny dipping in the past myself, this is what I've always wanted to do and what better place to do that than in Thailand. And what better place to do the nude rain thing than at the BareFeet resort. And if you ask nicely, management may even allow you to do a little singing in the rain too.
As far as all the other activities are concerned, there's something exciting going on here every month. There are movie nights, barbeque nights, midsummer night campfire parties as well as Songkran party activities where you get to cool down without getting all your clothes wet.
By now I'm sure you've all heard about the crazy Songkran Festivities held throughout Thailand every year during the hot season. This would be the perfect opportunity to do the whole Songkran thing in complete privacy with just you and your closest friends. Okay, maybe a few new found friends too.
The activities keep on coming. Just when you thought Full Moon Parties were reserved for Koh Phangan, these parties happen here too. There's a naked barbeque brunch, naked Yoga days (mornings and evening sessions) And massage courses for couples to try. The staff here will teach anyone willing all there is to know about how to find the best massage techniques to make your stay here enjoyable, relaxing and a whole lot of fun. Think it can't get better than that! Well, you bet it can - with the resort's free weekend stay competition.
This resort has also something very special to offer, but I'm afraid this one is for the guys only. It's also the first for me. Now before you go all gaga and jump for joy I have to point out that, though this is pretty exciting stuff, it's not for every guy out there. Want to know what it is. I bet you do.
You could call it a genital special. What the heck, you can call it whatever you like. However, I'd prefer to call it a genital potency. Let's just say that it's an extension to a traditional Thai oil massage. While I'd love to share all the details with you here, it's probably better for you to go and check it out for yourself at the BareFeet Naturist Resort in Bangkok.
If you like you can go on a day visit to the resort, stay as long as you'd like and pay only for the hours you are there. The cost is just 80 Baht per hour. And with that you'll get a complimentary drink, a room where you can undress, take a shower and get a nice big fresh towel which you only need to remove as and when you feel completely comfortable.
If you do decide to stay longer, a day, two or three, there are various rooms to choose. Double, single or connecting rooms should you be a well-connected family.
So now that you know a little more what this first naturist resort in Bangkok is all about in terms of activities and accommodation, there are a few other things you should be aware of.
As I've said before this is a naturist resort and not a sex resort so there are a few rules here. Nothing drastic but nevertheless it's always best to what is permitted and what is not.
The most important thing to remember is that BareFeet is not a sex playground where you can simply let everything go pear shape. Let's face it, nobody wants to see you cavorting in a sexual manner while other guests are in your company. This is the only clothes free environment in Bangkok in which you can spend as much time as you like in your birthday suit.
Barefeet Naturist Resort in Bangkok is located only half an hour by taxi from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi international airport and twenty minutes from Bangkok’s Don Muang domestic airport.
The address is:
Barefeet Naturist Resort, Bangkok
85 Soi Prasert-Manukitch 29, Yaek 7,
(This same place was previously named 27 Ram Inthra 14)
Bangkok 10230 Thailand
Mobile +66 9 6889 1112
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