Looking for a place to recharge and rejuvenate the mind and body? Perhaps you’re craving for a traditional Siamese Thai massage?
The health and wellness centres in Malaysia which have gone into “hibernation” since the national lockdown in March 2020, will be re-opening its doors for business come Oct 1.
Founder and director of Noi Siamese Traditional Massage Sdn Bhd, Tan Aun Gim says only local masseuses who have been trained by qualified Thai trainers will be serving customers at its outlet in Midlands Park (1-Stop) Centre in Penang.
The masseuses have certification from a reflexology/massage training school approved by the Ministry of Education in Thailand.
The services range from reflexology to full body oil massage, traditional whole body massage and ear candling, among others. The price range is from RM25 to RM97.50. Senior citizens age 60 and above will get to enjoy a 10 per cent discount for all the services.
Noi first started operations on Christmas Day in 2015 comprising of local and Thai masseuses. But all the foreign masseuses returned home during the first Movement Control Order.
The masseuses will be using techniques such as energy line work, pressing, stretching, among others, to rejuvenate, revitalise and recharge the mind and body of the customers.
Opening hours: 10.30am to 7pm (daily)
Address: 488G-43, One Stop Midlands Park Centre, Jalan Burma, 10350 George Town, Penang.
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