Angkor Wat is absolutely tiring after running. Although swimming and relaxing every day, it is still necessary to have a spa, especially the face has been damaged by the sun and dust.
The stores in the old market have the best reviews, and there are not many people at noon. The environment is pretty good, the room enjoys two hours after bathing, and the intensity of the massage is also in place.
I read a lot of online guides, see this spa store, so I also on Taobao booked foot therapy, after arriving in Phnom Penh store sent people to pick up, but not sent. When we arrived at the store, we found that the front was not big, but it was very big in the upstairs, the decoration was very style, there were no customers, only the two of us, washed their feet with spice water, and then led to the room to lie and massage their feet. The method is very light, not better than in China. Maybe massage the body more, in short, not worth the price, I'm sorry to have you shopping after, but I bought a mosquito spray.
The environment is good, the Thai style is good, is to press the room to wash the hair and bath without hair dryer and face cleaning lotion.
The service experience is great, there will be Chinese questionnaire options after entering the door, and the younger brother of the service is good.
Although the price is higher than the average massage shop on the street, the Southeast Asian atmosphere and the enthusiastic service of the staff are really nothing to say. The tea provided before and after the massage is different, and they are all put in spices.