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Massage - Good and Affordable?

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Massage - Good and Affordable?

Postby Europa » 15 Dec 2004, 23:07

Does anyone know where to get a good back massage on the red/green line at a reasonable price? Like nt$600 for an hour or maybe nt$800?
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Postby Tigerman » 16 Dec 2004, 00:15

Where is the red/green line?

My wife recently took me to a place on the corner of Civil Blvd. and Fuxing S. Rd for a massage.

I thought it was mostly torture. If it didn't hurt tremendously, it tickled.

The cost was NT$ 800/hour.
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Postby Tetsuo » 16 Dec 2004, 00:19

Tigerman wrote:Where is the red/green line?

Xindian-Danshui MRT.
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Postby Grinder » 16 Dec 2004, 01:36

Have you tried those massage places run by blind people? There is one near CKS MRT, slightly to the left across the road from the cop shop. Closer to the MOS Burger.
Hope that makes sense.... :cool:
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Postby Mucha Man » 16 Dec 2004, 06:13

Many hospitals have blind massage "therapists" working often in the physio department area. Do a search, I know we discussed this once before.
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Postby JeffG » 16 Dec 2004, 10:33

If you live in Taipei City the blind massage therapists will come to your hotel or home also, you don't even have to go out.

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Postby iris » 16 Dec 2004, 11:56

There are blind people giving massages on the 2nd floor at the Adventist hospital. They're not affiliated to the hospital, if I understood the website correctly. Supposedly, there are also blind people giving massages at Taipei main station somewhere near the ticket counters. Don't know about the prices though.

Does anybody know where to get Thai-style massages in Taipei?

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Postby sandman » 16 Dec 2004, 14:22

They also have blind massagers at Chang Gong hospital on Dunhua, in the room where you queue to pay and collect prescriptions.
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Postby Ipoh Heights » 16 Dec 2004, 15:15

Grinder wrote:Have you tried those massage places run by blind people? There is one near CKS MRT, slightly to the left across the road from the cop shop. Closer to the MOS Burger.
Hope that makes sense.... :cool:

How do they charge? Which MRT exit towards this massage place? Address?

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Postby Bassman » 16 Dec 2004, 20:44

I've been waiting, and waiting for someone to take this thread into the gutter and....................................

nothing :lol:

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