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joonie
14-12-2006, 03:32 PM
Hello all!

I remember seeing a massage centre in Taipan. I cant remember the name of the shop. If i'm not mistaken, it's upstairs, same row as Mayo Veterinary Clinic.

Can anyone help furnish me with the name of the shop? And has anyone tried there? Is it a decent shop with decent prices? =)

Thanksss! =)

jericho
14-12-2006, 10:19 PM
Hello all!

I remember seeing a massage centre in Taipan. I cant remember the name of the shop. If i'm not mistaken, it's upstairs, same row as Mayo Veterinary Clinic.

Can anyone help furnish me with the name of the shop? And has anyone tried there? Is it a decent shop with decent prices? =)

Thanksss! =)

Are you talking about Lavendar or Lavender ? Same row as Victoria Station facing the main road ?

Last I heard it is "decent" in a way.

Try this Dayang Tari at Sunway Mentari. Somewhere near the Sun View hotel. It is 100% decent but a bit more pricey.

RolyPoly
18-12-2006, 12:36 AM
There is another one massage place same row as McDonald, just a few doors away from the coffee shop (Nanking, if I am not mistaken). It's also located upstairs. The masseur are blind and they really do a good job. Only cost me RM35 the last time.

slappy
18-12-2006, 11:33 AM
must support OKU whenever my wallet is willing what more if the service is good

joonie
18-12-2006, 12:20 PM
hey thanks all...
i may take a drive there soon to check out which one is it exactly... hehe... i'm not very good at landmarks.....

what is OKU?

joonie
18-12-2006, 12:22 PM
oh and jerico... what do you mean by "decent" in a way? that doesnt sound very convincing... hahaha

twohands
18-12-2006, 12:22 PM
OKU ~ orang kurang upaya

munity
18-12-2006, 03:23 PM
I heard there is one Spa in Armada Hotel, PJ as well.

jericho
18-12-2006, 11:35 PM
oh and jerico... what do you mean by "decent" in a way? that doesnt sound very convincing... hahaha

joonie,

good.....seem like you got the 'hint' right

MsJee
19-12-2006, 01:41 PM
There is another one massage place same row as McDonald, just a few doors away from the coffee shop (Nanking, if I am not mistaken). It's also located upstairs. The masseur are blind and they really do a good job. Only cost me RM35 the last time.

There are two massage shops and the masseurs are all OKUs in both, Have not been to either one , but has plans to do so.

bcsoh
19-12-2006, 07:59 PM
have tried the oku massage, the one nearer to Macdonald, it is cheap and good. However if you are looking for really good massage, try the one in USJ 9 (corner shop) run by the Chinese, previously called Pai Nian. Their massage is fantastic with strong pressure at the right place, the only drawback is the price, 80 bucks for an hour (i think). since the share market drop so much today, better opt for the cheap and good one in Taipan :)

joonie
20-12-2006, 12:07 PM
a friend mentioned that i check out ever sanctuary at sunway.... anyone tried it yet?

lady-o-leisure
20-12-2006, 08:17 PM
If u want real decent, clean, classy looking massage place.. there is one, ThaiKiro in SS17. Last i heard, they increased their prices to around rm90 and up for 2hours. Very nice decor. Real Thai ladies.