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H L wrote a review Mar 2019
A nice quiet place with friendly people, I've gone twice and will definitely go again when I come back to Malaysia. I got the mixed massage (a mix of thai, traditional, Japanese and shiatsu massage for one hour) with my family which is in the same room but separated by curtains, they massage your full body on your back and then on your front. They offer aroma oils (ginger, peppermint and lavender) that smelt lovely. It was so good that we went the next night and got a shoulder and head massage. Both times I fell asleep because it was so relaxing! This is a definite recommend, terima kasih, jumpa lagi!…
Date of experience: February 2019
Heeyoung C wrote a review Jan 2019
1 contribution1 helpful vote
I had a massage from Maya today and she was well trained. I also had a foot massage and also was great. I'll definately visit there again. Maybe tomorrow! The staff there were kind.
Date of experience: January 2019
Laura S wrote a review Jan 2019
Da'an, Taipei11 contributions
The staff at Helen Beauty Reflexology are kind and well trained. My friends and I visited multiple times during our stay in Kota Kinabalu. The foot massage is a definite must, as well as the full body massage. You won’t be disappointed!
Date of experience: December 2018
Knautia2018 wrote a review Aug 2018
London, United Kingdom1 contribution2 helpful votes
Do not say yes to offers of aromatherapy oil for an extra charge if you booked a traditional massage
The place is old but clean. Do not expect luxury. The toilet is a seated WC but the floor is wet as the Malays wash themselves and do not use toilet paper. You have to ask them for toilet paper and use the flip flops provided in the toilet. We booked a traditional massage for four people for RM79 each. We had to pay before going upstairs to curtained cubicles for the massage. The therapist asked us if we wanted an aromatherapy oil for RM16 each. We agreed and paid this after the massage. However, we noticed that aromatherapy massage was advertised for RM90 each whereas we had ended up paying RM 79 +RM 16 each, i.e. RM 95 each. When we asked for the RM5 difference per person to be refunded they said it was not possible because it was all paid for on the system as separate items already. So make sure you say no when asked if you want an aromatherapy oil if you have booked a traditional massage for RM79, otherwise you will end up paying RM 79plus RM 16, which is a total of RM 95, which is RM 5 more than if you book for an aromatherapy massage (list price RM 90) at the very start. The quality of the massage was satisfactory. We could not smell any ginger smell from the aromatherapy oil. The packages including foot reflexology seem to be better value. The kampung fertility massage for RM 140 from Joy was good. …
Date of experience: August 2018
Khtan wrote a review Jul 2018
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia27 contributions2 helpful votes
Nice massage and nice space. A bit far from the city. Mostly tourists are there. Try to book before going.
Date of experience: July 2018