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Kenko Reflexology and Fish Spa

30 Raffles Avenue #02-08 Singapore Flyer, Singapore 039803, Singapore
+65 6565 0303
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Terrible outlet - limited fish

The Singaporw Flyer shop only had enough fish per tank for one person. I have been to many Kenko... read more

Reviewed 16 September 2017
Mel N
via mobile
A must to do!

Wow, this is incredible. Little fish eating away at your feet! If you don't mind your feet being... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
New Zealand
via mobile
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Established since 1991 and founded by the Principal, Dr Jimi Tan, Kenko has expanded from a humble concept that circled around health for the family, to presently a Spa & Wellness chain of more than 20 outlets in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and India. With more than 2 decades of experience in the Foot Reflexology and Wellness Spa industry, and equipped with the knowledge of Oriental and Western techniques of reflexology, Kenko has also developed its very own unique style of therapeutic massages and treatments that provide quick and effective relief from migraine, back and neck problems. Kenko works to enrich the journey of each and every individual customer through total wellness, and aims to achieve the best for their well-being. Kenko hopes to inspire and share its expertise and skills in wellness, educate and promote the benefits of foot reflexology and spa treatments to the general public. While holding firm to its roots in tradition and oriental culture, Kenko is also well-known for its unique style of reflexology techniques and innovative ideas. Kenko stays relevant to the times, and the brand continues to grow with its customers, while staying true to its identity and values. Service includes: Foot Reflexology, Body Massage, Shoulder Massage, Acu-Meridian Massage, Ear Candling, etc.
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16 Sep 2017
“Terrible outlet - limited fish ”
6 Sep 2017
“A must to do!”
30 Raffles Avenue #02-08 Singapore Flyer, Singapore 039803, Singapore
Marina Bay
+65 6565 0303
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Reviewed 16 September 2017 via mobile

The Singaporw Flyer shop only had enough fish per tank for one person. I have been to many Kenko outlets over the years and this is the worst. There were also dead fish in the tank so some fish were feeding on each other. I...More

Thank Mel N
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

Wow, this is incredible. Little fish eating away at your feet! If you don't mind your feet being tickled you must do this. We got the $70 package & had a massage as well, was a wonderful way to spend an hour. The ladies are...More

Thank jaffajames
Reviewed 24 April 2017 via mobile

Very professional and the 40 minute shoulder massage post a long flight will make you feel as though you've slept 8hrs. Very good massage targeting the knots with the right amount of pressure. One of the best massages places.

Thank fayzme
Reviewed 19 April 2017 via mobile

We were a bit unsure of the price when we went in but it was WORTH IT!! We all laughed for the whole 30 mins. Our feet felt amazing, the lady that served us was lovely with a sense of humour - could have gone...More

Thank salbern
Reviewed 15 January 2017

We enjoyed the fish spa experience however all four of us agreed the massage that we had after the spa was the best we have ever had. The place is clean and the staff efficient and friendly yet unobtrusive.

Thank Jenisse E
Reviewed 26 December 2016

The family and I decided to try a fish spa which cost us $30 each for 30 mins. We washed our feet and put them in one of the pools and immediately our feet were surrounded by little fish nibbling our skin. It was quite...More

Thank KSMJ
Reviewed 22 July 2016 via mobile

I have been here twice now, not cheap at all but I think just worth the cost. Love the warm electric beds. Very nice all round and very popular. I will no doubt be back when passing through, great to have one in T3 airport...More

Thank Stephen A
Reviewed 3 April 2016

Just an okay place and a very convenient location. Peaceful. But the downside is that we felt it is slightly expensive for the kind of facility they had. The manager or whoever was in charge of it was not a very friendly chap and not...More

Thank balenoed
Reviewed 2 December 2015

I'm not really sure how efficient it is to get rid of dead skin, I didn't really notice a difference, but it sure was a fun experience. I usually worry about the health of the fish in such places, but the staff made sure your...More

2  Thank Kiwigirl341
Reviewed 30 May 2015

My husband and I were recommended this by our concierge and I'm so glad he did. We both had a 40 minute head neck and shoulder massage and a 20 minute fish spa it felt amazing. The fish spa was weird at first but once...More

Thank Debbie R
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