Fish Spa

Since our plan to visit the Fish Spa at Pavillion did not materializ on New Year’s Eve, we finally made a trip there today. It was an eye-opener and an experience of a life-time but I would not go for another session. I’d rather go for a proper feet massage done by human.

The feeling of being kissed and nibbled by the little ‘doctor fish’ for the very first few minutes felt really ‘geli’ (ticklish). After a while, it felt like having pins and needles on your legs. The ‘nibbling’ made by smaller fish felt like pins and needles whilst bigger fish gave a more ticklish feeling.

The purpose of the fish spa therapy is to let the little ‘masseurs’ nibble away your dead skin cells and pamper your feet to a pleasant sensation and relaxation of ‘micro-massage’, followed by a tingling sensation. It also promotes blood circulation.

Alycia and Sherilyn refused to put their legs into the pond and kept saying they are very scared. At the very last minute, Alycia finally decided to give it a try but putting her legs in but dared not let the fish nibble her legs.

It was indeed a very good experience.  Kenko Reflexology and Fish Spa is located at Level 5 of  Pavillion. It costs RM38 per person for a 30-minute session. Kids below 4 years old are FOC.

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15 thoughts on “Fish Spa

  1. Wow, I should ask hubby bring me there…I have wanted to try it since it is published in newspaper, but, hubby just ignore me…shd pestering him more..he,he

  2. Hmmm.. interesting. Do they apply anything on ur legs b4 dipping into the pond? What motivates the fish to nibble on the legs? They can’t be hungry all the time, rite? hehehe

  3. cannot blame the kids, i doubt i’ll ever dip my legs in there too. err, looks geli to me. 38 per person for 30mins, quite exp huh.
    i mean, with 38ringgit, i can buy hell lotsa fish for my pond and let them nibble me day and night. 1 ringgit can get up to 20 tiny fishes leh. hehe..

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