Kenko Wellness Spa
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Kenko Wellness Spa information
Kenko is the McDonald’s of Singapore’s spas with branches throughout the city, but there’s nothing drive-through about its foot reflexology, romantic couples’ sessions (per 1½-hour session S$290) or Chinese and Swedish massage (Chinese is more forceful, using pointy elbows).