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Silom’s new Infinity Spa looks like a stylish laboratory with its raw concrete floor, mint green walls, yellow ceiling and industrial furnishings—all courtesy of a team from Chulalongkorn’s Faculty of Architecture.
The spa programs run from head to toe (including mani-pedis) and use both Thalgo and homemade products. Relax-atherapy (B1,000/hr) is a pocket-friendly, 60-minute massage featuring home-made oil, while Infinity Jetlag Facial (B2,900) is a Thalgo treatment that claims to revive post-long-haul-flight skin.
For nails, a manicure using OPI products starts from just B500. Currently, the spa has a promotion on its three-hour detox program with scrubbing, massage and facial at only B3,100 (normal price B3,900).
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