Before I forget, the grand opening of House of Traditional Javanese Massage and Beauty Care last May 24, 2013 were graced with the Top Five Winners of Miss Tourism World Philippines 2013, with the Top 1 Winner who cut the ribbon.
The spa happens to be the first authentic and largest Traditional Javanese Massage establishment in Singapore since 1999 (with 8 branches in Singapore) proudly presents its first branch in Manila, Philippines, conveniently located on the 3rd Floor of E. A. Building, 2510 Taft Ave., Malate, Manila (beside DLSU-College of St. Benilde).
Even the staff are in to no excuse as they don the “kebaya” (a traditional blouse-dress combination that originates from Indonesia and worn by women in Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Burma, Singapore, southern Thailand, also worn by Singapore Airlines’ flight attendants). The staff will tour you around, making you wonder at how meticulously built the spa was. Now the only test, try the skilled hands of the therapists well-trained by Indonesian and Singaporean trainers, definitely another edge over competitors. (Can't wait!)The Bali-inspired ambiance invites spa-lovers to experience a “resort like” feeling inside this spa. All materials used during its construction came from Indonesia and Singapore.
What’s unique about the House of Traditional Javanese Massage and Beauty Care is that it offers not
only authentic Javanese Massage (Indonesian massage) for the whole family, sportsmen, executives, young and elderly (providing a various selection of Massage Lotion Cream and Traditional Herbal Ointment for individual needs) but also other various traditional treatments:
The use of jacuzzi in the Family Room and Couple’s Room is an exclusive privilege extended to its valued members.
They also owns D’ Java Factory (Singapore) with more than 700 different spa products and accessories made of 100% organic products ranging from highly selected herbs and spices.
They are having their pre-opening special promotions until July 31, 2013.
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For inquiries and reservations, please call (02) 2150986 and 09177153655 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.javanesemassage.com.