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Thai spas kept busy by Chinese, Indians and Russians

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A jump in the number of tourists from China, Russia and India is likely to benefit Thai spa businesses, especially those in the dry-spa segment, says the Thai Federation of Thai Spa (TFTS). 

It costs 30-50 million baht to set up a dry spa with 100 beds but the business can break even within three years.

Thanks to a variety of unique treatments, spa and Thai traditional massage are popular among foreign tourists, prompting tour operators to add the services to their tour packages.

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