Kamala Beach Massage Parlor – Salon And Beauty Cafe

Kamala beach massage shop is the only place on Phuket where we offer guests a 3 in 1 service. From Massage and Beauty Salon to Cafe and bar.

The Thai Massage Parlor: Whether you like firm or soft massage we are the friendly girls that are ready for you. We speak English and Thai. Traditional Thai Massage, Sensual Scented Oil Massage, Foot Massage, Muscular Sports Massage, Four Hands and After Sun (Aloe Vera) and many more. We also offer in-house home and Hotel massage.

The Beauty Salon: Also with the same shop we offer a hair salon and health and beauty treatment center

The Cafe And Bar: Lastly we offer guests Thai food delicacies and a coffee shop through the day and a lively live music venue with chilled beers, wine and atmosphere from sunset on-wards.

About Kamala Beach On Phuket: Kamala (กมลา) is on the west coast of Phuket, just to the north of Patong, and immediately south of Surin Beach. Kamala,pronounced “Ga Ma Lar” provides a haven for those who prefer the quieter life. Although the southern end of the beach can get busy in the high season, the northern end is peaceful all year round. “Rim Haad” (Beach Road), at the southern end, has a number of small 20-30 room hotels for the low/medium budget traveller. Friendly service and village feel and a diversity of restaurants and small bars can be found on this small road. Cheaper food options/market stalls can be found on the main Kamala Road.

Kamala is easily walkable. You can also rent motorbikes or even pedal bicycles at several shops. The only public transportation are the blue songthaews that run north and east toward Surin Beach and Phuket Town, which can be caught from the beach road in Kamala or a bit north on the main road just outside the Kamala Post Office. Our Kamala massage parlor and shop is within walking distance from all of Kamala so pop in and visit us.

There are two weekend markets in Kamala. One is located across the street from the Fantasea show, and begins at around 3:00 PM every Friday. While local food is available and prices are relatively low, there is still a very “touristy” feel to this. The other market is across from the Big C supermarket on the main road, occurring every Wednesday and Saturday from early morning until 7:30 PM. More local people tend to flock to this market. Prices tend to already be marked. Both offer clothes (new and used), food, fruit, shakes, electronics, tourist trinkets, and general household goods for sale.

There is a Buddhist temple at the south end of the beach, while several locally-frequented mosques are located in the residential areas along the eastern side of town.

The Kamala Wat is located at the south end of the beach and is almost unnoticeable. The temple and its grounds have been restored since the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami and the Buddhist locals and resident monks welcome curious Australians and foreigners. It was the Australian television program Backyard Blitz that helped restore the gardens of the wat after the tsunami. A memorial tree is placed in the garden with a dedication plaque and the walls of the main temple are a beautifully decorated story of Buddha. Visiting this wat can be an enlightening and cultural experience; pictures and events of the tsunami are displayed on a board for foreigners to see and the monks allow photos of the grounds.