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When i head to Hk I head to Chung Wah.
Pedicure and foot massage combination is a great jet lag recovery formula.
This spot is ticked away and used by locals and tourists alike. Very popular at peak times as has a great reputation.
You're promised a 40 minute massage for $99, then after you soak your feet in hot water they tell you that the massage is actually 25 minutes, since part you sitting in hot water was part of the "massage". Then they bring over a price...More
Overall the foot massage was very good, especially after a day of walking through HK.
But we aware of the fact that they will try to play you on prices.
They get you in with a 99HKD foot massages for 40 minutes.
The first 10...More
So you're promised a 40 min foot massage at $99. After spending the first 10 mins with your feet in a bowl of hot water (which does not constitute a massage in ny book) you will be presented with the rates card for massage which...More
Big fan of the foot massage and very big fan of this place....more than 10 years.Clean and sime decor. Foot or bidy massage. Attentive spa team
A very special rejuvenating experience.
Family run business and straight people.
Spinksy tip: have a pedicure also. Amazing!
A hawker on the street had a flyer $99 for 40 minute foot massage. We get in and once the massage starts they give us a menu of massage options- the 40 minute one has been whited out and the cheapest available is a "foot...More
Went for a pedicure...foot massage and back and neck massage......got a foot scrape...more back pain and neck pain. The foot massage was good but they don't respond to you input when in the middle of the massage. I have had massages all over Asia and...More
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