We wanted to try this place because of the great reviews and to support a good cause. We saw two 'Seeing Hands' in Phnom Penh but I think the real one is by the post office. That's the one we went to. My boyfriend and I didn't have appointments but we were seen right away. For $7, we each got a 1 hour body massage. The place itself doesn't seem very clean. The room we were being massaged in had about 6 beds and was co-ed. There is a small curtained area to change but not a ton of privacy. The masseurs have varying levels of English. My masseur, Sopia, had excellent English and was very nice. It was strange, however, to be in a room with so many others getting massages who are moaning and groaning. Some of the masseurs were burping loudly while massaging you, answering their cell phones, and taking long bathroom breaks in the middle of your massage. It wasn't exactly quiet and peaceful. Overall, though, it was a good massage and it felt good to be supporting people with disabilities, since I think they face a lot more challenges in Cambodia than in the West.
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