Thailand has a fledgling nudist scene, and those who are comfortable in their skin are keen to strip away the misconceptions.
In an isolated area of Ram Intra in Bangkok, a typical two-storey, modern Thai house sits at the end of a quiet street. House number 85 is situated in a dead-end soi with little traffic and there is not much to distinguish it from the few neighbouring homes apart from a large wooden door at the entrance to the white building. But ringing the doorbell at Baan BareFeet opens the door to a whole new world.
Welcome to BareFeet Resort, please study our rules before entering the premises and using our facility,” says a professional and well-mannered man before explaining the conditions of entry.
Source: Answering naturism’s call