Someone found me using the above link words. That someone must be disappointed as the closest any post here matching that search is this article… married men also must make effort“. It was a post i wrote on a dinner arrangement with my visiting mother in law some time back.
However, i wonder why someone would like to search for “married man go massage parlour singapore”, unless you are doing research on the subject. As burung pipit is always helpful, maybe i can be of help. Drawing on my personal experience, i can think of a few reasons i call for the service of a masseur. As a married i think i am qualified to answer that search if i can rephrase it into “Why married man visit massage parlour”.
1. After a prolong exercise session like golf (in jb), the feel of an experienced hands is heavenly. massage is usually followed by a sumptuous seafood meal and a karaoke session. hence, i usually ask for a full day visa when i go for golfing in jb. the cost RM80 excluding tips.
2. (in suzhou, where i work for one year) it is cheap (RM50) and the masseurs were really good. dont think of hanky panky here as most of the masseurs were guys. as i no longer do business in china, i really miss the cheap and good massage there.
3. I am too tired to give my wife a massage at the end of a long day. Vice versa. Hence, sometimes i accompany my wife to the tui na (chinese style massage parlour). this tui na sifu at bukit timah is very heavily booked and usually got to make booking one week in advance. cost SG$40 for 45 minutes.
4. old already, need the char guat sifu (experienced masseur) to relieve some of the stress in the muscle that cannot be undone by sleeping and eating. i usually go for the half body massage at “myfoot” in great world or centrepoint in orchard road. cost SG$28 for 45 minutes.
5. sometime, usually in the company of a few ju pang gau yau (buddies), i will go for a makan-massage-drinking session in town… like a boys nite out. massage costs SG$30 for 45 minutes but masseur will ask for tips.
My wife and I are quite sore with the harsh government clamp down on the tui na shops in Singapore lately. One of the rules that we are unhappy with is the ban on curtain cover; 2nd, massage must be carried out in full public view. Niamah, how do the government expect us to be massaged in the full view of the public in our birthday suit without the cover of at least a simple curtain!?
Literally, government is putting the neighbourhood tui na shops out of business. Of course there are spas out there which does not come under this rule but at $150 a session, it is effectively out of our budget. Massage, in its most basic form, is healthy. Government should just come down harsh on the few black sheeps that tarnish the trade and not throw the baby away with the bath water.