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MALAYSIA HAS BECOME MY HUB WHEN I AM IN SOUTH-EAST ASIA OR INDIA, THANKS MAINLY TO AIR ASIA WHICH IS BASED HERE. That said, I find accommodation a little on the expensive side, so I can't afford to stay long. If only the hotels were as cheap as the food, then I would spend a lot more time here!
MANY READERS OF THIS SITE ASK WHERE IS A GOOD PLACE TO GET A MASSAGE WHILE IN SINGAPORE. It is a fair question, and I am obliged to offer a fair answer. Other readers, meanwhile, ask where is a good place to relax at Changi -- and I mean really relax -- while others want to know where to work out.
"Interestingly, the rooms have indicators pointing to Mecca, for the convenience of their Islamic clientele. There is also a small children・ｽE・ｽE・ｽE・ｽfs play area on the ground floor, but I've never seen any families at the transit hotel. It usually seems to be business travellers, and people are just trying to sleep. International flights are coming and going around the clock, so the hotel books blocks of six hours at a time, which can be extended by the hour. It・ｽE・ｽE・ｽE・ｽfs about US$35 for a room.
"Use of the terminal 1 transit hotel gym, showers, and swimming pool are included in the room charge, but can also be purchased separately. The transit hotel gym has a fairly new Precor treadmill (was finally replaced this spring), a stationary cycle, and a few weight machines, and a rack of dumbbells. and little packets of soap (which are hard to open).
"The desk can also supply you with exercise clothes, although you still need to bring your own running shoes. Their gym has several nice treadmills, along with a newer weight machine, hand weights, and mats for yoga. They also have showers, nap rooms, oxygen therapy, and a lounge with snacks."
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INDIAN MASSAGE IS BASICALLY AYURVEDHIC MASSAGE, THE ANCIENT PRACTICE OF THE SUB-CONTINENT WHICH IS NOW ENJOYING A POPULARITY BOOM IN SINGAPORE AND AROUND THE WORLD. As Indian Girl Massage has written: "Indian traditional massage practiced under ayurveda tradition for thousands of years. These massage are popular due to its uniqueness &
power of healing.
BENEFITS OF AYURVEDIC MASSAGE
"1) Improves blood circulation.
"2) Improves body flexibility & muscle tone.
"3) Helps to trim off and burn the excess & stubborn fat from the body.
"4) Tones up skin and encourages its renewal process.
"5) Mobilizes the digestive system and speeds up the elimination of waste products.
"6) Improves immunity to fight against infection and disease.
"7) Caring touch and massage soothe our nerves and decrease tension.
"8) Helping sleep problems.
"9) An effective aid to relaxation...
Ayurvedic massages are generally regarded as more luxurious and exotic than other massages as most use a synergistic combination of precious oils and carefully prepared herbal extracts. These are delicately and precisely created in laboratories in India by respected Vaidyas, and individually modified and mixed to get the perfect mix for YOU.
my encounter with a mad fundamental Christian preacher who also happened to work at the airport. It happened in the transit lounge.
Malaya Hotel: Level 6, Raffles (The Plaza), 2 Stamford Rd. Phone: 6336 4477. Email: . Website: Ancient's Best Clinic website here.
In May 2005 I had the opportunity to stay in the heart of KL's Chinatown, right in the center of the area's hectic night market, in the equally hectic Hotel Malaya. Within spitting distance of my hotel, on the sweltering streets outside, I could find: Chinese and Hindu temples, saturated with the excessive use of primary colors; hawkers clogging the pavements of Petaling St, selling wallets and counterfeit porn; the sundry smells of a dozen Asian cuisines; the cool subterranean innards of the Reggae Bar, where I dined on spicy Thai tom yum soup and declined offers to buy dope. Tiny tropical bats winged through the black night air, adding to the exotica. The muddy Klang River surged inside its concrete confines, testifying to the equatorial intensity of this place. I couldn't help but be overwhelmed by this display of vitality and chaos and life. Of course all of this, including the dope salesmen and porn peddlars, can be found be in any south-east Asian Chinatown these days. What marks Kuala Lumpur (KL) Chinatown apart from the crowd, is the fascinating architecture that surrounds this district, and the meangerie of races which make up the Malaysian Nation. All in all it kind of looks like Singapore in decay mode, but the vibe is much more authentic and more interesting. Rows of shophouses dating from the British Empire have been repainted Malay yellow and green, but they ooze a rotten essence nonetheless. High above, the not-so-vaguely Islamic influenced skyscrapers of modern Malaysia rise, adding to the cosmopolitan feel. But while KL and Malaysia alike aspire to become a new Singapore or a new Manhatten, they can't quite shake off the tropical rusticity. This is still a developing nation no matter what the politicians say, and there is an edge of pandemonium to visiting this place. In a way, that is what makes it so cool.
"The highest or ultimate goal of AYURVEDA & SIDDHA treatment is to attain absolute detachment of the 'Atman' or soul. This is the state of liberation or 'Moksham'. However for practical and commercial purposes this is hardly emphasized nor practiced. In Singapore at Ancient's Best, Clinic & Study Center of Ayurveda & Yoga, this is our Physician's primary emphasis. At the same instance, the body, mind and its equipment are not neglected but brought very much into focus and attention, as it is the only means of realizing the Self or Truth..."
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THE FIRST AUTHENTIC ASIAN MASSAGE I EVER SUBMITTED MYSELF PROSTRATE TO, HAPPENED WHEN I WAS HANGING WITH MY INDONESIAN FRIEND HOTMAN ON THE RIAU ISLANDS, IN THE SUPER STRATEGIC STRAITS OF MALACCA NEAR SINGAPORE, BACK AT THE END OF 2000. Hotman was a Batak journalist in Jakarta but cultivated dreams of opening a karaoke bar in Nagoya (not the Japanese Nagoya, but the Indonesian Nagoya on Batam Island.) I don't know how the scheme panned out, but I do know he was big on massage, and he was intending to include a massage facility in his complex. Across the busy Straits, Singaporeans are likewise wising up, to the benefits of Indonesian massage.
Given that Singapore sits only miles from the Riau Islands and beyond that, over the bustling seas, the vast and sprawling Indonesian archipelago, it is not surprising. According to My Beauty Guru, "Traditional Indonesian Massage is an ancient system of healing which relies upon deep pressure massage to break down tensely knotted tissue as well as long strokes and skin rolling to relieve tension and improve circulation.
"This is a therapy where pushing techniques predominate, working very deeply to ease muscle and joint pain. The oil is worked into the body using long sensual strokes spanning the length of the muscle to relieve tension. After the initial strokes are completed the sequence is finished with upwards strokes towards the heart. The skin is also rolled between the thumb and the forefinger to awaken nerve endings and increase blood flow. Circular thumb movements are used for the same purpose. Pressure points on the hands and feet are also massaged to relax the body.
"If you are feeling stiff or suffering from pain, a traditional Indonesian Massage is highly recommended. An hour session of this massage is enough to leave you feeling relaxed, refreshed, rejuvenated and re-energised."
Some places offering Indonesian massage in Singapore include:
House of Traditional Javanese Massage: Branches on East Coast Rd, Jalan Jurong Kechil, Devonshire Rd and Upper Thompson Rd. Website: House of Traditional Javanese Massage website here.
Open every day except Hari Raya Puasa and Hari Raya Haji, the House of Traditional Javanese Massage offers a full body massage and a ginger herb rub. According to the House, "Fresh ginger is traditionally used in Javanese healing treatments - it is believed to moisturize, stimulate circulation and impart warmth to the body. Watch out for some real heat but leave feeling better than believed possible."
The House of Traditional Javanese Massage is famous for its ginger rub, but that is not the only treatment available. Also of interest is the Pre and Post Natal Massage utilising a little piece of Indonesian technology called the bengkung. "The bengkung is a long abdominal sash that is bound tightly round the abdomen and hip areas and is believed to help rid of the body excess wind, restore muscle tone, flush toxins and strengthen the new mother. It is also said to stimulate the body's lymphatic system thus quickening the process by which the mother shed the extra weight put on during her pregnancy..."
Some of the other treatments at the House of Traditional Javanese Massage include the Mandi Susu (Milk Bath), the Yoghurt and Honey Rub and the Mandi Lulur body scrub.
Indonesian Herbal Massage and Spa: Located at the junction of Frankel Ave and Changi Rd, in close reach of the Kembangan MRT station. Phone: 6449 6900. Email: Email : firstname.lastname@example.org.
Website: Indonesian Massage and Spa website here.
This "relatively new" spa off Changi Rd offers treatments such as the intimacy care for women, and the tongkat ali scrub for men. There is a secondary branch of Indonesian Massage and Soa located inside my latest new favorite place in Singapore: the Parkway Parade department store (shop #01-70, 80 Marine Pde Rd; phone: 6344 9558.)
Wayan Retreat Balinese Spa: 61 Bussorah Mall. Website: House of Traditional Javanese Massage website here.
With its resort-like Indonesian decor, this place is a strictly womens only retreat. And the treatments here include the aforementioned lulur (a scrub using powdered rice and Indonesian spices), or the Balinese Urut, in which long kneading strokes are believed to renew and strengthen the body and mind (or should I have said, the mind and body???)
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MY FIRST SINGAPOREAN VISIT WAS INDEED FLEETING -- and, according to official definitions, not a real visit, because I didn't leave the airport. However, it justifies as a tourist attraction in itself. It is worth going to Singapore Airport, just to see the airport! This might sound strange.
Book your hotel room online in Malaysia or anywhere across Asia. The selection ranges from low budget hotels to luxury five star resorts. All cities in Malaysia are represented, from Bukit Tinggi to Kuching to Pahang to Redang Island to Sandakan. I know Redang Island isn't a city really, it's an island. If you ever want to stay there, Asia Rooms might be able to help you out. You can talk to their customer service division anytime of the day or night on 66 38 364 700. You can also read reviews of the hotels online and take part in the community forum.
The program covers advanced deep tissue massage, structural bodywork, injury treatment massage, medical and sports massage, and traditional treatments such as the lulur bath method, manggir, herbal bath method, the milk bath, body rapping, barut and so on.
The glass panel, which separates the spa from the shopping arena, acts a canvas to filter reality as you await your treatment. The consultation rooms sport separate state of the art scanners for facial and hair analysis. Venture forth and you will be surprised to note that this spa houses 23 treatment rooms in all. The spa delineates separate routes, leading to the treatment rooms to ensure that males and females patrons are accorded the strictest privacy. Step into the wellness corner; your entrance will be heralded by a cobblestone path, entreating the male or female patrons to luxuriate in the jacuzzi, sauna or hydrobath, each in their own private sanctuary...
For the full review click here.
MALAYSIA HOTEL GUIDE
Huge savings on room rates with up to 75 per cent discount. A searchable database of hotels in Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Langkawi, Cameron Highlands, Sarawak, Melaka, Kuantan, Kota Bahru, Johor, Perak, Terengganu, Genting Highlands and more. Actually, you can find hotels here from all over the world, from The Maldives to the U.K. The last time I visited this website (November 2008) the top 10 Malaysian hotels on its books (by its own estimate) were the Hotel Brisdale (Kuala Lumpur), Aseania Resort Hotel (Langkawi), the Grand Continental Penang, the Alpha Genesis Hotel (Kuala Lumpur), the Berjaya Hotel (Penang), the Midah Hotel (Kuala Lumpur), the Concorde Inn at KLIA, the Grand Continental Kuala Lumpur, the Bayview Hotel (Penang) and the Lanai Hotel (Langkawi).
SENJAKALA SPA KUALA LUMPUR
Senjakala Spa describes itself as the first urban day spa in Kuala Lumpur, and claims it is always on the look out for "promising male talent". You can use the HTML site tagged about to directly search for jobs. If you have experience in the following kinds of massage, you will have an advantage: traditional Malay massage (urut), Swedish, shiatsu, Thai Temple style, reflexology, sports, relaxation, aromatherapy, Hilot, Pijat; Body Work;
Skin Care; manicures and pedicures and so on.
Accommodation in Kuala Lumpur , KLIA , Putrajaya & Bangi
Boutique Hotels - Carcosa Seri Negara | Piccolo Hotel |
5 Star Hotels - Best Western Premier Seri Pacific Kuala Lumpur | Equatorial Hotel | Grand Milennium Hotel Kuala Lumpur | Hilton Hotel Kuala Lumpur | Imperial Kuala Lumpur | Hotel Istana | JW Marriott Hotel | Hotel Maya | Legend Hotel | Le Meridien Hotel | Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur | Micasa All Suites Hotel | New World Hotel | Hotel Nikko Kuala Lumpur | Parkroyal Kuala Lumpur | Prince Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur | Renaissance Kuala Lumpur | Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur | Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur | The Gardens Hotel & Residences | Traders Hotel | Westin Kuala Lumpur |
4 Star Hotels - Boulevard Hotel | Corus Hotel | Concorde Hotel | Crown Princess Kuala Lumpur Hotel | Dorsett Regency Hotel | The Federal Kuala Lumpur | Flamingo By The Lake | Grand Seasons Hotel | Impiana KLCC | Melia Kuala Lumpur | Novotel Hyro Majestic | Pearl International Hotel | Quality Hotel | Swiss Garden Hotel |
3 Star Hotels - Alpha Genesis Hotel | Ancasa Hotel | Bestotel City Centre | Capitol Hotel | Corona Inn | Cititel Mid Valley | Cititel Express Hotel | Citrus Hotel | City Villa KL | Coronade Hotel | Dynasty Hotel | Grand Continental Kuala Lumpur | Grand Central | Grand Centrepoint Hotel | Grand Olympic Hotel | Grand Pacific Hotel | Kuala Lumpur International Hotel | Mandarin Court Hotel | Malaya Hotel | Hotel Maluri | Midah Hotel | Mint Hotel | Plaza Hotel | Prescott Inn Medan Tuanku | Radius International | Royale Bintang Hotel | Seasons View Hotel | Sri Petaling Hotel | Swiss Inn | Vistana Hotel | Wenworth Hotel |
2 Star Hotels - Agora Hotel | Bintang Warisan Hotel | First Business Inn | Fortuna Hotel | Furama Hotel | Garden City Hotel | Heritage Station Hotel | KL Lodge | Nova Hotel | Noble Hotel | Palace Hotel | Puduraya Hotel | Wira Hotel |
1 Star Hotels/Motels - Cardogan Hotel | Orkid Hotel |
Budget Inns & Homestays - Attapsana | Backpackers Travellers Lodge | Backpackers Travellers Inn | Blessings Homestay | Hotel Chinatown Town Inn | Coliseum Hotel & Cafe | Eight Guesthouse | Golden Plaza Hostel | The Haven Guesthouse | Katari Hotel | Kowloon Hotel | Pondok Lodge | Pujangga Homestay | Red Palm KL | Traveller Moon Lodge |
Service Apartments - The Ascott Kuala Lumpur | Crown Regency Serviced Suites | Duta Vista Executive Suites | Holiday Villa Apartment Suites | Lanson Place Ambassador Row | Legend Apartments | Maple Suite | Micasa All Suites Hotel | PNB Darby Park | Pacific Regency Hotel Suites | Prince Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur | Somerset Seri Bukit Ceylon | Sucasa Service Apartments | Wedgewood Serviced Residences Mont Kiara | The Zon All Suites Residences |
Accommodation at Kuala Lumpur International Airport / Sepang - Concorde Inn | Empress Hotel Sepang | Pan Pacific Hotel KLIA |
Accommodation at Bangi & Putrajaya - Hotel Equatorial Bangi-Putrajaya | Marriott Putrajaya | Putrajaya Shangri-La |
Accommodation in Petaling Jaya - Armada Hotel | PJ Hilton |
Accommodation in Damansara - Eastin Hotel | One World Hotel | Royale Bintang Damansara | Peninsula Residence |
Accommodation in Subang - Holiday Villa Subang | Pyramid Tower Sunway | The Saujana | Sheraton Subang Hotel & Tower | Sunway Lagoon Hotel | Summit USJ |
Accommodation in Shah Alam - | Concorde Shah Alam | Grand Bluewave Hotel |
Accommodation in Kuala Kubu Bharu - | Flying Rhino Guesthouse |
A GALLERY YOU COULD CHECK OUT IN LITTLE INDIA: Wei-ling Gallery, No. 8 Jalan Scott, Brickfields, K.L. Phone: 03/2274 2368.
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IF YOU WANT TO STAY IN LITTLE INDIA OR BRICKFIELDS, THEN HERE IS THE LOWDOWN:
Florida Hotel: 71-73 Jalan Thambypillai, off Jalan Brickfields.
A backpacker has remarked: "If you are a budget traveller, the 2-star Florida Hotel is ideal as the location is simply the most convenient being located right next to the city KL Sentral station.
"Forget the irritating traffic jams into the city. Forget about annoying taxi drivers and expensive fares into the city. Forget the need to check out early for your departure in case you miss your flight. Forget all your worries. Now, you can shop or do your business down to the very last minute.
"Located within a short walking distance from KL Sentral (the new city airport terminal) and renovated in 2003, the hotel offers 41 clean and comfortable guestrooms at affordable rates managed by a team of cheerful staff so that you'll have a great time and more money to spend on shopping! All rooms are fully air-conditioned with attached private bathrooms and toilet, TV, fridge, and IDD phone. The rooms are clean and comfortable and the service caring and cheerful and the room rates are cheap and affordable.
Some of the other places you can stay at in Brickfields Kuala Lumpur:
95 Jalan Padang Belia
AC+bath 68N(s) 78(d
7A Jalan Tun Sambanthan 4
1&3 Jalan Thambapillay
std 88N(s) 98N(d)
13 Jalan Thambypillai
stad 50(s &d)
11 Jalan Thambypillai
stad 50(s &d)
71 Jalan Thambypillai
std 50N(s) 65(d)
128 Jalan Tun Sambantan
std 40N(s) 60(d)
1F,23 Jalan Tun Sambantan 4
235, Jalan Tun Sambanthan
m in my 20s.Offering traditional relaxing aromatheraphy massage.
Per hour massage is $75/=with oil massage and face cream.
Two hour massage is $130/=with/without scrub and face cream.
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Kenko Wellness Spa.
Lonely Planet calls this the McDonald's of massage in Singapore -- not because of its quality, but because they have franchises all over the place. Of course, many consider Lonely Planet to be the McDonald's of the travel guidebook market, so it's word should be taken with more than a dash of salt. On the official website they say: "KENKO chain of Foot Reflexology Centres and Wellness Spas is founded by our Principal, Dr Jimi Tan. Dr Tan has more than 15 years of experience in the Foot Reflexology and Wellness Spa industry, and is skillfully trained in Chinese and American techniques of reflexology. He has also developed his very own style of therapeutic massages and treatments for a quick and effective relief from migraine, back and neck problems.
"Mr Tan's services are highly sought after by both local and international celebrities and the well-heeled in Singapore. He has been invited by the Royal Families of Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, as well as the former Prime Minister of Japan, Mr. Ryutaro Hashimoto, to provide massage treatments..."
Just like the Golden Arches, there are Kenko Wellness Spa's scattered across Singapore. There is one in the Esplanade Mall (8 Raffles Ave). As Nemesis wrote: "A couple of months back, I was at Esplande Mall and saw this Kenko Wellness Spa. As I was walking around aimlessly then, I decided to go for a spa and have a good relaxation.
"The body scrub and back mask helped to have a full back exfoliation and a deep cleansing effect, while the back massage served to ease off those tensed back muscles. Lastly, the whole session was finished off with a nice milk and flower bath with fruits and teas served for you to enjoy while soaking in the nice jacuzzi tub.
"The whole experience was quite nice, with the therapists giving me a very smoothing and nice massage with just the right amount of pressure applied. I almost fell asleep during the massage as It was just too comfortable.
"Overall, I would say that the package was nice, though it was a bit costly. But, there are always special promotions for usage of certain credit cards and you can check out the website for the updated promotion details..."
And for promotion details of the Kenko Wellness Spa at Marina Square, click here.
Mayuri Spa: 11 Unity St #02-10, Robertson Walk. Phone: 6737 5657. Email: . Website: Mayuri Spa website here.
A short walk from the Singapore River, Mayuri Spa brings one to another level of harmony and balance. This spa offers holistic Ayurvedic treatments such as Shirodhara, Abhyangha Massage, Marma Massage, Navarakizhi and Udwarthana, which are perfect for soothing tired, stressed tense bodies and minds.
The Oriental Spa: Mandarin Oriental Hotel, 5 Raffles Avenue, Marina Square, Singapore 039797. Phone: (65) 6885 3533. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: Oriental Spa website here.
According to the official website: "As soon as you walk into The Oriental Spa you embark upon a personalised sensory journey; a journey to inner wellbeing that focuses on the senses of sight, smell, touch, taste, sound and intuition.
"The spa's six treatment rooms include a spacious 62 square metre Couple's Suite. Equipped with two beautiful Agape baths and a steam room, it's perfect for guests who wish to share the experience of a refreshing flower bath or invigorating steam bath. The Couple's Suite also has its own relaxation area with a comforting opium bed, a haven where guests can relax and sip a soothing cup of tea after their treatment.
"Tranquillity and harmony reign throughout The Oriental Spa. You can see it in the design of the spa itself, from its walnut timber flooring, Asian motif panels and traditional Chinese furniture. So lie back and relax, as your troubles float away and peace descends..."
For more information and price and booking details click here.
Rapellez: Orchard Rd (Cuppage Plaza #B1-13 to 18,
5 Koek Road);
Tel: +65 6736 0567.
(228 & 228A
Upper Thomson Road);
Tel: +65 6556 0567.
(709A East Coast Road);
Tel: +65 6443 0567. Website: Rapellez website here.
I was walking down Orchard Rd in bright sunny Singapore last week (April 2008), taking in the bright scenery, when a girl handed me a flyer advertising Rapellez. As the flyer reproduced on the right claims, Rapellez offers free consultation, free skin analysis, and free fat analysis. Treatments cost as little as $28 for 45 minutes. I was intriqued by the advertised red wine spa massage, wondering what all that was about. It turns out that as well being a great antioxidant inside the body, red wine also applies itself well, to being applied on the outside. Over at Body Contours, red wine is only one of a number of substances used to enhance the massage experience. For a herbal high fanatic like myself, many of these substances are like old friends: they include green tea, Balinese coffee, and Javanese boreh. Hey, if it is good for you on the inside, it must be good on the outside too, the skin being the largest organ in the human body, after all. As a matter of fact, Body Contours lays claim to being "Singapore's first and only pioneering Winergy® Infusions treatment spa. A signature treatment, Winergy® Infusions is inspired from the words Wine and Energy with the concept that red wine acts as a source of therapeutic energy."
Reflexion Beauty Center: 111 North Bridge Road, #02-25/#03-01 Peninsula Plaza, Singapore, 179808. Phone: 65 338 3539. Website: click here.
Services here are provided by Rasidah Husain, a London trained beautician. As well as all the usual Ayurvedhic treatments, Reflexion offers mehandi Indian tattoo services for weddings, Diwali, or personal pleasure. With the popularity of mehandi as a 'temporary tatto', the options of body decorations are limitless. Applications include for the ankle, wristband, arm band, navel area, hand & feet, etc.
Siam Bodyworks: Embassy Row, Ampang Lot 1.08 and 1.09, 1st Floor, The Ampwalk, no. 218, Jalan Ampang 50450, Kuala Lumpur; A-G-6, The Plaza, Northpoint Mid Valley City, 1 Medan Syed Putra Utara, 59200 Kuala Lumpur; Lot no. 1-04, 1st Floor The Podium, Menara Hap Seng, Jalan P. Ramlee, 50250 Kuala Lumpur. Phone: 603/2166 9351 (The Ampwalk); 603/2282 0233 (Mid Valley City); 603/2143 1036 (Menara Hap Seng). Email: email@example.com. Website: Siam Bodyworks website here.
Traditional Thai massage in three locations in Kuala Lumpur. Some of the promotions currently available include the early birds program (25 per cent discounts for all massages which start before 11.30am), lunch time packages (a 30 minute foot reflexology session costing RM 35), and private group and corporate sessions featuring Astro news and sports on TV..
Wan Yang: 14 locations around Singapore. Full store list here.
If Kenko is the McDonald's of Singapore massage, as Lonely Planet claims, then Wan Yang must be the Burger King. Of feet. This is the only place in Singapore where you can earn LinkPoints for foot reflexology! Here is a review by a native Singaporean who nows calls Japan home: "I brought some Japanese Yen to be deposited into my DBS account, so I wanna changed them into Sing Dollars. The most convenient place to do that is in Suntec, where the money changer gives the best rates (as far as I know) and the bank is just around the corner.. the rate I got was okay, SGD1.29 for 100yen.. after changing the money, I still have some time left, so I went for my foot reflexology at one of the Wan Yang outlets in Suntec.. Aaaa.. it was truly a relaxing indulgence.. then I went to Carrefour hoping to buy a pair of slippers to be used in the hostel later.. didn’t find any that I liked.. so instead I bought a packet of Milo and some Mars bars.. went to Sports Shop and paid 29.90 for a pair of comfortable slippers.. reached the hostel around 1.30pm.. "
BlueColander said: "Anyways after BC, Tini treated me to Wan Yang Foot Reflexology at the Concourse. It's been ages since I've had foot reflexology so it was excruciating but good! After that we strolled to Amirah's Grill for hummus dip which Tini was craving, washing it down with some refreshing but sweet mint tea. Since we were in the Arab st area, I took the opportunity to check out the little boutiques again - Tini said the Haji Lane strip reminded her of Chapel St, Melbourne..."
According to Best Place Explorer: "Four feisty females got together with an idea for a haven where people (like them) could escape to when the stress of life made them want to wail and bail!
"And so, Spa Esprit was formed in 1996. It kicked off the holistic day spa industry in the ever-evolving society of Singapore. In 1996, Spa Esprit started its holistic exploits in the heart of Holland Village -- the one locale in Singapore which can be likened to Greenwich Village in New York or Notting Hill in London. The first extra-ordinary treat which appeared on the menu was the ever-muscle-numbing Hot Stones Massage. Psst -- let's share a secret with you, one of the sassy gals who started off Spa Esprit actually trudged all the way to New York to learn this uber-delish treat! Back then in 1996, Spa Esprit was the first to bring the Hot Stones Massage to the day spa shores in Singapore.
"Like no other, Spa Esprit has evolved through the years, always bringing a new, chic, meaningful and simply fabulous treatment for their clients to enjoy. Combining a coupled approach to health and beauty Spa Esprit has since introduced (always) unique treatments to all Day Spa Lovers out there -- we are simply obliged to introduce to you treatments like the Mud Stones Massage, Cheeky Chai Detox, Strawberry Butter Meltdown, Water Diva Facials, Crystal Tonic Facials and other treats like Chavutti Yogic Massage and the ever growing Herbal Lab retail section which are fully endorsed by Naturopaths and Herbalists!"
Sauvignon Day Spa: #3-47 The Adelphi Singapore, 11 Coleman Street. Phone: 65 6338 6958. Website: website here.
According to the website: "We are Singapore''s first wine-themed spa founded on the principles of vinotherapy. While vinotherapy uses grape seeds, grape seed oil, skins and stalks which are rich in antioxidants in massages and treatments to pamper and nourish the skin and body, we incorporate the use of selected wine in our massage oils to impart similar benefits.
"Besides the wine-based massages and treatments, we also offer a complete range of treatments to pamper your body from head to toe. Our Spa Consultants are always on hand to advise and treatments can be customised to suit your preferences..."
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MALAYSIA MASSAGE OUTCALL SERVICE IN KUALA LUMPUR
Malaysia Outcall Massage Service Center: . Hotline booking: 6/012 616 1519, 6/019 216 3056. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: Malasyia Massage Outcall Service website here.
This service specializes in traditional Malay massage, and seems to be targeted to tourists and foreigners (with therapists dispatched to your hotel, apartment, office or wherever.) The service promises to "pamper you with traditional and natural exotic tropical oils, plant extracts and essential oils to help you literally feel the true spirit of natural treatments."
Treatments offered include the Malay traditional massage, the classic aromatherapy relaxation course, and the women's period confinement traditional massage (all courses run two hours and cost RM299/65 Euros/US$99).
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URUT IS THE MALAY WORD FOR MASSAGE AND IF YOU TRAVEL IN PLACES LIKE INDONESIA, SINGAPORE OR MALAYSIA, YOU WILL COME UPON THE WORD OFTEN. Or urut will come on to you. Urut batin (manhood massage) is a traditional form of massage which remains popular in Malaysia and Indonesia.
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Changi Airport Terminal 2 #026-109 Departure/Transit Lounge
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