Authorities raided a massage salon in the city on Friday afternoon after a spill from a 14-year-old who pronounced she had sole sex there.
The girl told officers that she had been trafficked from Myanmar when she was 12-years-old to sell her decency for around 30,000 Thai baht (around £680).
She claimed to have worked in the salon for two years before being changed to Malaysia where she ran divided and was discovered by a charity.
In a corner operation, agents from the Department of Special Investigation and the Interior Ministry swooped on the outrageous establishment, which is used by Thais and tourists.
Inside, Sky News watched as a vast series of officers collected justification from bedrooms lined with velvet sofas displaying racy photos.
The women, primarily from Myanmar, have been taken divided for serve doubt to endorse if they are also trafficking victims.
The conduct of the department’s human trafficking unit, Police Lieutenant Supat Thamthanarug, pronounced the operation sent a transparent summary that anyone concerned in human trafficking in Thailand would be identified and arrested.