Every now and then, everyone needs a good massage. Even if you don’t have any physical complaints, you may need your moment to just relax and let go of all the accumulated stress. But what type of massage should you choose and where can you find the good massage parlours?
Different types of massage treatments
There are a lot of different types of massages, but the one you should REALLY try when you’re in Malaysia is, obviously, the Traditional Malay Massage. For hundreds of years, this form of massage was catered only for the royal families, but now, this form of massage has made its way into many local spas. The therapist uses elbow to the fingertips area to apply long kneading strokes. The therapist focuses on the muscles and applies pressure to various points on the body. Traditionally, there is no oil used, but nowadays, many spas use aromatic natural oils to make the kneading easier and smoother.
Another popular massage treatment you will probably find in a massage salon in Kuala Lumpur is the Swedish Massage. This massage relieves sore muscles and improves blood circulation. This can be done easy and gently or intensely, depending on your request and the therapist’s style.
Finally, the massage you definitely have to experience is the Thai Massage. It is also called Yoga Massage because the therapist moves you into yoga-like stretches, using full strength from the hands, knees, legs and feet for the many stretch poses.
Where to find a good massage?
There are plenty of good massage parlours in Kuala Lumpur, but how exactly do we find the one? Luckily, there is a website www.beautyguide.com.my where you can find the best treatment for you according to your own preference and needs in just a few clicks. You can also see the venues’ service listings, prices, locations and special promotions. All that you need, in one single website. Isn’t that just peachy?!
Tune Talk: My 2015 Review On The affordable Mobile Prepaid Packages
Once I went with Tune Talk, it had been for a couple of reasons; the first being unlike most telecommunication provider in Malaysia, you won’t experience additional expenses or hidden costs! So other than the cost-transparency aspect, after I picked Tune Talk as my telco provider I checked out speed, quota, stability and cost.
I cannot live without the internet, so when I first consider mobile prepaid data packages, price isn’t primary thing I go to, it’s quota, however Tune Talk’s Tatata Plans do start at an exceptionally low introduction rate of RM25 with a max quota limit of 1GB; which is a very good bargain in my opinion.Now every provider says they’re able to get this speed or that speed, but one thing to never forget is the kind of internet network offered; as an example, Tune Talk offers 4G LTE network that’s known to be the fastest mobile data network available.Although data and overall mobile plan price are a biggy to me,
I cant do without an affordable call rate, because who doesn’t like direct and fast communication? And phone calls remain as one of the fastest communication channel, which ends up in one other reason why I prefer TuneTalk; their call rate is only 10 cents a minute! Local call rates aside, I take notice of the international call rates (IDD) too, and so far I’m pleased about the international rates by TuneTalk; no surprises there though,
they’re known as the best prepaid plan to travellers in Malaysia. I am not sure about you, but when I travel I really don’t always get wifi, and that is when data roaming gets handy; I normally just get their Daily Unlimited Data Roaming at RM38 which in my opinion is a major win, just bear in mind this plan only apply to about 9 countries in Asia – but you can generally opt for Daily 100MB Data Roaming Plan at RM80 per day or Pay Per Use plan that starts from as low as RM12 per MB.
So the above is barely my personal opinion and experiences, so do not take my word for it, go and look for several other blogs and reviews and see what they have to say.