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Does anybody have any suggestion on a decent but not too costly wellness spa resort in Thailand? I'm planning for a week's holiday in end November to stay away from busy life and hopefully get some significant improvement on my skin problem (eczema, actually) which has been bothering me continuously for 2.5 years. Some say raw food, or at least vegetarian food for a prolonged period will do me good, and I would like to give it a try.

A friend received a suggestion on The Spa Resort (www.thesparesorts.net) which has several locations like Chiangmai, Koh Samui and Koh Chang. In view of the flooding situation, I think we should give Koh Chang a pass to avoid overland transport.

But then, is it a good idea at all to enjoy a holiday Thailand, while they are busy coping with and recuperating from the flood???

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