Regular 5 Day / 4 Night Retreats
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December 26th – 30th, 2022
January 2nd – 6th, 2023
February 6th – 10th, 2023
March 6th – 10th, 2023
April 3rd – 7th, 2023
From 13500 THB
( Approximately 350 USD )
Introduction and Summary
After a long break, we are so happy to announce that we are back with our classic retreat program! Discover our meditation retreats here on the beautiful island of Phuket. Join us for 5 days and 4 nights to explore a timeless path into presence and clarity. We invite you to leave the world behind for a little while and re-center yourself. Our meditation retreats are ideal for beginners who would like to embark on a journey into the world of authentic, spiritual retreats.
Our events have often been described as “lifechanging”. We think that this is because they are balanced quite well. They create space for deep relaxation while offering authentic guidance and support from experienced teachers. We make sure to keep group-sizes limited to 10 people in order to maintain a warmhearted and caring environment.
If you would like to get a feel for what we do, think of combining authentic monastic meditation training with the comfort and relaxed atmosphere of a regular holiday. You get to experience the best of both worlds. On one hand, you will learn something authentic that’s time-tested and based on proper lineage. On the other, you get to experience a deeply relaxing time to switch off and unwind completely on a tropical island. What we do is quite similar to a retreat in local temples, just with more comfort and far less intensity.
We would like beginners to feel happy and confident about doing retreats. More seasoned meditators also feel good to practice with us and keep coming back year after year in order to refresh their knowledge and recharge their batteries. What we do can be correctly described as a true “holiday of the heart”.
A Quick Overview
Upcoming 5 Day Retreats
We conduct our classic retreats in the first week of each month, from Monday to Friday. You can see all of our upcoming retreats right here:
Dec. 26th – 30th, 2022
Jan. 2nd – 6th, 2023
Feb. 6th – 10th, 2023
Mar. 6th – 10th, 2023
Apr. 3rd – 7th, 2023
Programs and Prices
We have three different programs. Basic, Standard and Deluxe. Which one to choose depends on how deep you would like to go. The basic program is great for those who want to try out the waters without getting too involved. Those who want to organize their own food and exercise will feel comfortable with this one. The standard program is useful for those who don’t want to think about where to eat. It includes three daily meals. Finally, there’s the Deluxe program. It includes three meals and a daily Yoga session. It’s the most complete solution and great for those who want to be fully involved.
We give a 10% discount for couples or friends who book through this website. Return guests and members will also receive generous discounts. You may qualify for a student discount as well. Just get in touch with us and ask if you’re unsure. Regardless of discounts, everybody has to pay the same deposit of 3,000 THB to secure their reservation.
Deposits and Remainders
In order to confirm your reservation, we ask for a deposit in advance. We charge exactly 3000 THB (about 80 USD) for all our retreat programs (basic, standard and deluxe). You need to pay the deposit when you make an online booking through our website or book with us in person at the meditation center. Your place is secured only when you’ve made the deposit payment.
The remainder is payed upon arrival as we check you in to the retreat. As we don’t have any card readers, we ask you to pay the remainder in cash please. We only accept payments in Thai Bath (THB). In Thailand you can easily withdraw up to 20000 THB at most of the local ATMs per day.
We do offer full and partial refunds when certain conditions apply. You can see all those conditions by clicking on this link: Refund Terms. A popup window will open and how you our refund terms and conditions. For refunds regarding our retreats, the terms 1.2 for local (not online) events apply.
Accommodation is not included in our classic retreat program. The reason for this is simple: You can make flexible choices that suit your budget! Throughout the past we have observed that many of our guests already have their accommodation nearby. Besides, we are quite close to the famous fitness and health street “Soi Ta-ied” and a lot of people appreciate to have a choice of combining their daily training with our retreat. This setup also allows you to regulate the level of intensity of the retreat. Not everyone is ready to go 100% from the start and commit fully to the program.
We are doing the retreats at “Coco Retreat Resort & Spa”. They have plenty of rooms, three lovely pools, a small gym, a quiet little garden for walking meditation and a restaurant and cafe. We have been closely working together with them since 2018. We highly recommend to get a room with them if you want to get the most out of this retreat. You can book a room with them if you click on the button below:
As we mentioned above, there are other options around as well. We have compiled a small list with hotels and resorts that are close-by. If you click the button below, you will find the complete list of recommended accommodations that are close-by (in walking distance).
Food will be served at “Coco Retreat Resort and Spa”. We have different options for our guests. We offer both, vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals. While on retreat, you may want to do some fasting, like Intermittent fasting or juice fasting etc. You can do it like the monks and nuns at local temples and eat one meal a day, or you can enjoy the delicious, fresh Thai food just the way you enjoy it. We serve local, fresh ingredients, fruits, veggies and it’s all prepared with love.
If you chose the most immersive option and eat at the retreat, you will be able to choose your dishes each day in the evening so the chef can prepare your meal for the next day. We are also flexible, so let us know if you have allergies or certain food-intolerances. We are able to work around them.
What our Guests Think
The Retreat Program
You check in with us on a Monday afternoon. The event ends on Friday before noon, after our final interviews. We start each day (Tuesday until Friday) at 6am with our amazing morning excursions. We offer guided meditation, teachings and optional private instructions during these excursions. To know more about how we spend each day, have a look at our schedule below:
Monday (Arrival Day)
Check in at the retreat
Introduction with Tobi Warzinek
Tuesday – Thursday
Morning excursion with guided meditation, teachings and optional private instructions
Free time for self-guided practice, slowing down and resting in presence.
Free time for self-guided practice, slowing down and resting in presence.
Optional Yoga Session and fresh Coconuts
Afternoon Guided Meditation, followed by a Q&A Session
Free time for self-guided practice, slowing down and resting in presence.
Friday (Departure Day)
Morning excursion with guided meditation, teachings and optional private instructions
Optional Breakfast and final interviews with each participant.
Checking out after breakfast and interviews.
Teachings & Teacher
Teachings & Meditation Technique
Our teachings are mostly based on the Buddhist framework, as that’s our teacher’s main background. We introduce you to a classic meditation technique that unites the facets of concentration/stabilization (also known as Samatha) and introspection/insight (commonly referred to as Vipassana). In order to stabilize, center and calm the mind, we use breathing meditation (Anapanasati). This is central to the retreat. Around the main technique you will learn (in order) how to relax the body deeply, how to be present, how to let go of thoughts (inner silence) and how to build mental strength through breathing meditation. You will also be introduced to the cultivation of insight wisdom (Vipassana) and loving kindness (Metta) meditation. Everything you learn here is for the sake of releasing stress and accessing your natural state of happiness, joy and light-heartedness.
Even though our teacher’s background is mostly in the Buddhist tradition (both Tibetan and Thai Theravada Buddhism), his teachings are well known to be simple, practical and accessible to everyone. We simply deal with the practical facts that apply to each living being. First it’s about understanding how you create stress and tension for yourself. Then you learn how to release and let go in body and mind. Happiness arises in the absence of suffering/stress/tension. Learning how to let go of unnecessary stress is at the heart of our events. Happiness is the result of that.
Tobi Warzinek’s spiritual journey started back in 2002 when he entered the Tibetan Buddhist monastery of Rabten Choeling at the age of 18. He spent approximately 7 years in the community as a so-called lay student (Upāsaka). During this time Tobi mainly studied the Tibetan language, mind-training and various meditation methods. Additionally he trained in traditional monastic debate and Buddhist philosophy. In 2011 he subsequently began practicing Thai (Theravada) Buddhist mindtraining within the “Forest Tradition”. Altogether he has dedicated his life to the exploration and refinement of introspection throughout the past 20 years.
Tobi is known for highly practical teachings that speak to the heart of those who seek truth, simplicity and freedom. His focus is on developing a mindset that seeks out what is true and lovingly receiving all things for what they actually are. He believes that a meaningful life is found in the balance of opening the heart and the cultivation of skillful actions. Those who are sincerely in search for truth and love, will enjoy Tobi’s presence and his refreshing approach to inner peace.
The highest goal of the traditional path of Yoga is enlightenment or union with the divine. Our Yoga sessions are designed to follow the traditional aim of Yoga Asana (Posture) practice, which is to open the body and remove physical and energetic blockages that obstruct meditation practice. Our Yoga teachers are trained to work with body, mind and breath/energy for the sake of releasing tension and promoting the flow of blood and vital energy (Prāṇa) throughout the body. The result of a good Yoga session is for the body to feel unblocked, open and soft. At the level of mind you will feel refreshed, clear and calm.
With posture (Asana) practice, we create strength, mobility and flexibility in the body. The mind unites with the exercise and naturally becomes more present and undisturbed by mundane thoughts. The breath will reach more deeply into the body and help with loosening and vitalizing the connective tissues (fascia) and muscles. This process is not only very healthy for your body, but also an excellent support for the more subtle training of our mind.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here you can find some of the frequently asked questions. We will continuously add your questions to this website. Therefore it’s always a great idea to contact us and ask if you would like to know something. If you are not sure about our program, you can ask us anytime. While you can easily contact us through our website, you can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Moreover, you can reach us through various social media channels, such as Facebook or Instagram.
What are the Morning Excursions like?
We start each day with our famous morning excursions. We will bring you to some of the most stunning, sacred and beautiful locations in Phuket to start the day. As the sun rises, we will be meditating on cliffs or beaches, in temples or at other amazing natural locations. Phuket really has a lot of beautiful places on offer!
We will start our day with guided meditation, then we will have some tea together and you will receive the daily teachings. After that you will have some time for quiet reflection. You can walk around and enjoy the location, sit quietly, soak in the morning sun or take some notes. You may also want to use this time to talk privately with the teacher and receive some personalized guidance. After that we return to the resort and have some delicious breakfast together.
What should I do during the Free Times?
Sometimes we receive questions about the scheduled “free times” from our guests. A lot of people these days are so used to filling each and every second with activities and distractions that the concept of “loafing” or “having nothing to do” seems strange or even scary to them. They feel uncomfortable, unproductive and even guilty when they have nothing to do. Even though their bodies are exhausted and restless, they are so used to the “rat-race” that true rest almost seems sinful.
During the retreats we invite you to experience what it’s like to BE, to relax back into the warm embrace of life itself. Imagine a bottle filled with muddy water. If I were to tell you to make the water totally still, so that the mud can settle, what would you need to do? How would you need to hold the bottle, and how long for? You may have already guessed that the answer to this puzzle is not about “doing something to the bottle”. Instead it’s about putting it down and letting it be so that the mud can follow nature and settle by itself. The same goes for ourselves. As long as we keep agitating and disturbing the muddy water of our mind, it will not become clear.
During these free times we encourage our guests to rest, to watch the clouds, listen to the birds, have a cup of tea, feel the fresh water in the pool, take a nap, hang loose and arrive here and now. Arrive, relax and enjoy life! We give you permission to simply be there and get in touch with your actual life – instead of just planning for it, remembering it, thinking about it or missing it by busying yourself to the point of “having no time”.
One of the most powerful transformations comes to those who take this to heart and exit the mental “rat race” while on retreat. We highly recommend trying out what it’s like to have nothing to do at all, no program, no tasks, nowhere to get, nothing to achieve… just freedom.
How does the Booking Process work?
Once you have completed this registration form, you will be redirected to our payment gateway (PayPal or Omise) in order to make your online payment. When this step has been finished, we will receive an information. After that we check it, register you and send you a confirmation mail with the details that help you to take part in the upcoming event. When you don’t receive any mail, please check your spam folder or contact us. You should normally receive a short automatic confirmation mail in the minutes right after your booking has been completed.
Are Bookings Private and Secure?
Can I pay by Credit Card?
Yes! We have established a secure payment gateway with both Omise and PayPal. Payments can be made through both gateways via our booking form above. Simply select that you would like to pay with credit card or choose PayPal as a payment gateway and use their credit card function.
Can I get a Refund?
Yes, in certain cases it’s possible to request a refund. Please have a look at our refund and returns policy to get up-to-date information and details. Basically, you can request a full refund if you cancel at least 90 days before the event starts. You qualify for a partial refund if you cancel 90 – 30 days before the event starts and you won’t receive any refunds if you cancel less than 30 days before the event starts. There are more details to be found in our policy – and you should definitely read it before you make a booking with us.
Can you help me with the registration?
Sometimes it might be difficult to register via an online form. Perhaps you like a more traditional approach? In can you would like to make a reservation by sending us an email or calling us, feel free to get in touch on our contact page or send us a message on WhatsApp (the green little button at the bottom right side of the screen). We are happy to assist you in the process of getting your tickets for the upcoming retreats.
Can I participate if I suffer from mental Illness?
If you suffer from a diagnosed or suspected mental illness, are suicidal or depressed, schizophrenic etc. you cannot and should not go on a meditation retreat, unless the teacher knows you personally and gives explicit permission in collaboration with your psychologist/psychiatric care provider. To some people who suffer from mental disorders, a meditation retreat can make things significantly worse. If you are not sure, please contact us.
Is there WiFi?
Yes there is – and it’s OK if you absolutely have to use it. However before you log on to the internet it’s important to know that the retreat is all about logging off from your regular life and logging on to yourself. Besides it’s the perfect time for introspection, mental and physical rest. A meditation retreat is about switching off and coming back to yourself. If you want to get the most out of this retreat we definitely recommend you to turn off everything that isn’t relevant to the retreat.
What about alcohol and drugs?
During the retreat absolutely not! Drinking alcohol and taking drugs is strongly discouraged during the retreat as it may interfere heavily with your practice and set you up for serious problems. Besides, in Thailand, drugs are heavily regulated and you can get in serious trouble for possession or intoxication.
What’s the Schedule like?
Our Retreats usually start on the first Monday of every month. See our upcoming retreats here: Upcoming Retreats. Registration is between 3:30 and 4:30, the introduction is at 5pm. The Retreat ends on Fridays at around 10-11am. If you want to have a look at a complete timetable outlining all four retreat days, you can find it right here: Retreat Schedule.
What’s the best time to arrive?
The registration is every Monday between 3:30pm – 4:30pm. We recommend you to arrive at your chosen accommodation at least three hours before the registration begins. However we have found that it’s best to arrive a day early if you can. That way you can relax and settle down a bit before the retreat begins. If you come from far away we would recommend you to arrive at least as many days before the retreat as it takes to overcome your jet-lag (that’s one day per hour of time-difference). This gives you also the opportunity to explore the island before you turn within. In short, there are three good options:
1. Arrive at least 3 hours before registration begins.
2. Arrive a day before the retreat begins.
3. Arrive as early as you can and rest thoroughly before you do the retreat.
Is this retreat good for beginners?
Absolutely! We would highly recommend it to those who have no or very little experience with Meditation practice. Due to the unique structure featuring small group-sizes, lots of private tuition and guidance, all levels can greatly benefit from the retreats. We had guests with all kinds of backgrounds and they all enjoyed it.
What will I learn during the retreat?
Within these four days you will learn the following things among others:
01. How to cultivate mental energy and clarity
02. How to find balance and happiness
03. How to find a new purpose and direction in life
04. How to let go of past guilt and regrets
05. How to let go of anxiety and fear concerning the future
06. How to be present, calm and centered in all situations
07. How to meditate properly
08. How to integrate meditation into daily life
09. How to get to know yourself on a deeper level
10. Classic breathing meditation (Anapanasati)
11. Meditation to cultivate kindness and compassion
12. Powerful techniques that raise consciousness
In short, you will learn how to cultivate happiness and how to let go of suffering. We will provide you with guidance, private tuition and learning materials. The retreat is very practical and you are encouraged to apply the techniques in all situations that arise. Being with an experienced teacher helps this process to be speedy and powerful. At the end of the four days you can expect clarity concerning meditation, experience and the skills to apply the technique at all times. Find out more about the meditation technique and the teacher here: Teachings and Teacher.
Is this a silent retreat?
No, it’s not. With this retreat we offer you the choice how deep you want to go. Silence is an option. However, it’s not enforced. Should you choose to stay in silence you can do so for a few hours, for a day or two, or for the whole week. We will give everyone a card that says “in silence”. Wearing it will keep conversations at bay. You are free to play with silence at your own pace.
Are there any rules?
We do have some little rules & recommendations to make sure that the retreat runs well. I will list them below:
1. Intoxicants (incl. alcohol) and weapons are forbidden.
2. We don’t encourage the use of entertainment devices
3. We don’t encourage mindless distraction in all forms
4. We recommend abstaining from all sexual activity
5. We recommend practicing mindfulness in all situations
We are not enforcing most of these rules (except for #1) but we will recommend to follow them as it will help with Meditation practice. The main driving factor of our program is your sense of purpose and motivation. So instead of making you follow our rules, we will help you to access the force that pulls you towards meditation. We found that this helps more people with the “transition” from retreat into normal life. It also helps them to stay more consistent on the path of meditation. So the idea is not to do it because you “have to do it” or because “the rule said so”.The idea is to meditate because you see the point and simply enjoy it.
Will there be Yoga?
We offer Yoga classes daily at 03:30pm – 04:30pm. If you have booked Yoga sessions, then they are included in your program. In this case you should bring comfortable and suitable clothes. We provide clean mats and Yoga blocks. If you didn’t book Yoga you can still join the classes for 500 THB. We also include a fresh coconut at the end of each class.
Is the Yoga suitable for beginners?
Yes, absolutely! Anyone can join. Due to our small group size (max. 10 people), our teacher can respect your level and help you progress. Everybody can benefit from these classes.
How many people are in each group?
We limit our group size to 10 people each week. This allows for optimal progress of each individual, a cosy atmosphere and an intensive learning environment. It is our sincere wish that those who come get the most out of this retreat. This is only possible if everybody receives appropriate attention from our teacher. We believe that this sort of direct attention gets lost when the groups get bigger. We offer the possibility of private tuition to each of our guests and this is only possible with small groups. This is most probably one of the main reasons why we had such great success with almost all of our participants so far.
Is this retreat a religious retreat?
Even though the background of our teacher Tobi is in Tibetan and Thai Buddhist Traditions, the retreat itself is non-religious and non-sectarian. The emphasis is on practical mind-training in day to day life. We train the mind to become energized and we train to let go of suffering, tension and stress. This is very practical stuff and everybody is welcome here. No matter your religion or your belief-systems – you are most welcome to join. We are not asking you to believe in anything or adopt another viewpoint.
What we teach here has nothing to do with beliefs or opinions. It’s about how to direct the mind so you can be happier and suffer less. You can see our retreat a bit like a cooking class. We teach you how to bake a delicious cake that tastes great. And then you can eat the cake with your friends. Everybody loves cake, regardless of their religious beliefs. In a similar way, everybody loves happiness and wants to end suffering – regardless of their religious beliefs.
What if I can’t sit cross-legged?
We do have folding chairs at the retreat and you can take them along everywhere, so sitting cross-legged is not mandatory at all. It’s something else if you can’t walk at all or only on crutches. Then we recommend to wait with the retreat until you can walk and your legs are fine again.
What should I bring?
We recommend you to bring a few things to the retreats that might help you to have a more complete experience. Here’s a little list:
A hat to protect you from the sun. You can find them in Phuket in case you need to buy one.
Sunscreen is recommended (SPF 30 – SPF 50 is recommended). You can buy these in Phuket as well.
Something to protect you from wind and rain in case it rains or is a bit colder.
Mosquito repellents are not a bad idea as well. You can get them in Phuket, too.
Where should I stay during the retreat?
If you haven’t chosen your accommodation yet, please have a look at our recommendations: Accommodation. There we list all the resorts/hotels that are in walking distance. We currently do the program at Coco Retreat Resort & Spa. If you stay a bit further away, you are responsible for your own transportation. You can easily rent scooters, bicycles and cars in Phuket.
Do I need special clothes?
The answer to this question is: Not really. You should bring comfortable clothes. Like loose training clothes that make it easy to sit cross-legged for example. As we are in Thailand, following a certain local dress-code is a good idea as well. Thais generally don’t like overly sexy or revealing clothes. Clothes such as miniskirts, hot pants, tank-tops, revealing tops and clothes designed to elicit lust and desire are considered inappropriate for a meditation retreat. We also visit temples during the morning excursion and recommend following an appropriate dress code. Colors are not that important. However, if you feel that colors matter to you personally, we recommend white or bright colors.
When it comes to shoes, flip flops, sandals or comfortable training shoes for hot weather are just fine. High heels, bare feet or firm mountaineering-boots are not a good idea during the retreat.
Are airport transfers included?
Currently we don’t include them. Your chosen accommodation should be able to organize transport for you. Also, at Phuket Airport it’s very easy to find the right Taxi. If you come by yourself, here’s a tip: The local taxi drivers are not using addresses. They need your hotel’s name and phone number. They call and ask the hotel for directions. That’s how it works best around here.
Do I need vaccination? And what about Covid?
You might want to get some vaccinations if you travel into a tropical country. We recommend you to seek advise from your doctor concerning this topic. There’s also a lot of good information about vaccinations concerning Thailand on here: TMB (Tropical Medical Bureau)
And the same goes for Covid vaccinations. You are responsible for your own protection and free to take any safety measures that you deem appropriate. If you are ill (especially with an infectious disease), it’s common sense that you should not join the retreat out of respect for other participants and their health. Covid vaccinations are not required to join the retreat. You can participate if you don’t have Covid or any other infectious or transmittable disease. It’s enough to follow the requirements and regulations of local authorities and your chosen accommodation. If you have Covid or are ill with the flu, cough, have fever or are diseased, we will ask you to postpone the retreat until you have recovered.
What are the seasons like in Phuket?
There’s no doubt that every season is great for a Meditation Retreat. The weather is not crucial for a Meditation Retreat to work out well and the retreats are great independently of the weather. However if you are curious, we recommend to have a look at a local Website describing the seasons every year. Here you go: Phuket.net (Seasons Throughout the Year)
Is it safe to travel in Phuket?
Phuket has a relatively good infrastructure. You get everything you want around here. Transport is easy and accessible, people are friendly and ready to help and hospitals are good as well. So in general you can say that Phuket is safe for any regular tourist. People who tend to get in trouble around here are usually those who behave in immature and dangerous ways, disregard warnings, get extremely drunk, drugged or involved in dodgy and criminal activities.
In all the time we did the retreats here we have never had any problems. All our guests have really enjoyed the island. Responsible traveling is important of course. And as always in life – there’s no guarantee that “something doesn’t happen” to us when traveling or even back at home. There’s always a basic risk but if you follow common sense you should be just fine.
How can I get to the location everyday?
We do the retreat program at Coco Retreat. We recommend you to stay somewhere close by in walking distance. If you stay somewhere else or have your own home, you are responsible for the transport. You need to be at Coco Retreat every morning at 6am. Morning Excursion and Breakfast last until about 10:30am. Then you can either stay at Coco Retreat or you can go back to your place. You need to be there again for Yoga at 3:30pm (should your program include Yoga) or at 5pm for the Question and Answer Session.
You can go back to your place after dinner at about 7pm or earlier if your program doesn’t include dinner.
You can rent your own scooter (if you feel confident to ride it in Phuket) or your car. There’s also places where you can rent bicycles. I am sure that your accommodation will also help you with this – it’s always the first option to ask for help concerning renting vehicles around here. But please know that you are responsible for your own transport if you have chosen to stay somewhere other than at Coco Retreat.
Do I need to bring yogamats or cushions?
No, we provide all of that. We give you clean Yoga mats, good cushions and even folding chairs. But if you have your own Yoga mat or your favorite cushion you can bring it along of course.
What can I study to help me prepare?
It is not really necessary to prepare yourself in any way. However if you do have some time and want to prepare yourself a little bit before you come, have a look at our Book Recommendations. We particularly recommend you to have a look at the following books: “Mindfulness, Bliss and Beyond” – By Ajahn Brahm, “The Sound of Silence” – by Ajahn Sumedho as well as the “Power of Now” or “A New Earth” by Eckard Tolle.
If you want to get a bit of an idea of the teaching style, listen to some of our audio recordings of the weekly teachings here in Phuket – or simply read through our blog. If you are a fan of guided Meditations, you can try out the meditation technique we are cultivating on retreat. The specific techniques are found right here in this playlist. If you use facebook, come and visit us on our Facebook Page to get some regular inspiration and updates. And finally you can also have a look through some of our Youtube clips to get to know what we do here in Phuket and receive a few teachings as well.
How do I get the most out of this program?
One of the biggest “boosters” is turning off all entertainment devices for four days. If you do the practice well and listen to our recommendations and suggestions you’ll be making a lot of progress! And one thing should be mentioned: The biggest factor is your motivation/a sense of purpose! It all depends on what moves you and how strong this “pull” within your heart is.
Get in Touch
If you have a question about our retreats, feel free to contact us here. If you would like to send us a regular email from your own account, simply write us at Send us an Email. We will do our best to answer within 24 hours. We usually answer emails once every day and look forward to read from you. You can also call us at +66 87 279 7655 or chat with us on Whatsapp.