I live in Vietnam and will make a short trip to Bangkok, so time is of the essence! I'm looking for a health shop where I can buy Coenzyme Q10, Horny Goat Weed, Cranberry Concentrate,Resveratrol and Pomegranate extract. If anyone can point me in the right direction to find the best (i.e. most well-stocked) health shop in Bangkok, I would really appreciate it. Thanks. Karl
Hi all, we have been paying too much for health insurance bought in the UK. It was suggested to me that I should look locally for health insurance and not have any outpatient cover. Is this possible and any suggestions for which company I should approach?
My mom is visiting at the end of the year and wants to have a tummy tuck and breast implants. I have repeatedly tried to talk her out of it! Anyway can anyone recommend a good plastic surgeon? I know the big hospitals (Bumrungrad and Samitivey) have loads of doctors but I was hoping someone might have personal experience and could recommend a Dr. in particular or not recommend someone in particular if they had a bad experience. Thanks.
I will be visiting soon, only passing through Bangkok for one day in the middle of a three week holiday. I'd like to take the opportunity to pick up some prescription medicine, but it will be a Sunday. Are pharmacies open? Has anybody got the number of a good pharmacy close to the Grand Hyatt? I believe it's central Bangkok.
Hi all, I took my first Thai massage last week after a bit of external pressure and I have to say it was every bit as bad as I expected!! Rather than being relaxing and invigorating, I was completely exhausted and had a pain in my back. Before anyone asks, this is the traditional and ancient sort of Thai massage that has been practised for centuries, not the nudge nudge wink wink type of "massage" Can anyone enlighten me as to what is meant to be so good about a Thai massage?