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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, August 2006.


FOOT MASSAGE CENTER

298, BaDe Road, Sec. 2 (corner of
LiaoNing St.); (02) 8772-2286
Hours:10 am-3 am
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.
www.footmassage.com.tw

--By Josie Wu, translated by Sho Huang

Japanese tourists in Taiwan have a "three must-dos" list when visiting Taiwan: eat small steamed buns (Xiao Long Bao), drink pearl milk tea and have a foot massage. Foot massage is a popular way to release stress, but services are frequently of uneven quality. However, the Foot Massage Center assiduously creates a natural green environment. Large glass windows and doors also give the place a bright, clean ambiance, which draws many female customers. While having your feet massaged, you can enjoy herbal tea and entertain yourself with programs playing on large LCD screens. Private rooms with bathrooms are also available on the third and fourth floors.

A. The BaDe four-story Foot Massage Center offers foot massage (NT$600 for 40 minutes), body massage (NT$1,000 for 60 minutes) and pedicure and manicure (NT$400)

B. A total of over a hundred certified masseurs and masseuses are employed here.

 

 

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