29/6 Nguyen Binh Khiem St, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1 , Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam | map
A newly opened gay spa in Ho Chi Minh, Kiim Spa specialises in traditional massage with a sauna, jacuzzi and titanium salt bath. Weekends are bustling, with men wishing to enjoy the sauna, make friends, and to generally relax and have a good time.
The spa is clean, temperate, and welcoming, where you can help yourself to free water, herbal tea, coffee and fruit. Located next to Saigon Zoo & Botanical Garden, and ten minutes from Ben Thanh Market.
weekday: 11:30 - 22:30
weekend: 11:30 - 22:30
venue: spa (温泉) | features: massage, spa, sauna, jacuzzi (按摩, 桑拿, 温泉) | customers: gay
“Bit difficult to find, but just walk into the cul-de-sac.
Massage rate was very reasonable (around $7.00 for a 60 minute traditional massage.) The guy I selected via the iPad is not the guy who showed up, but I was there more for a massage than a romantic dinner.
The masseur did a great job, knew how to massage, and even though he spoke very little English, understood what I communicated to him. The room was clean and comfortable, with decent air conditioning.
At the end of the massage, I was presented with a slip to complete for the tip. Seeing as the massage was so affordable, I tipped the masseur about $20 which was appreciated.
On my next trip, I will return.“
Phil on 16-02-2019 | Problem with this review?
“The masseur did not look so happy. He went to the toilet during the massage and looked at his phone for a while when he got back, which I felt that he was unprofessional. But the receptionist was smiling all the time.“
Archie on 15-01-2019 | Problem with this review?
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