Singapore Spa Fish Pool Tickles Feet

by Medindia Content Team on  December 8, 2006 at 12:03 AM General Health News
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Singapore Spa Fish Pool Tickles Feet
fish nibbling away on the dead skin of visitors' feet is turning into an intriguing experience at Singapore's Sentosa Island, say foot reflexologists.

Hordes of Turkish spa fish, members of the garra rufa species, provide a tickling sensation at the city-state's first Fish Reflexology spot at the Underwater World attraction.

The reflexologists massage the feet after the areas of dead skin are removed by the fish.

It costs $22 for a 40-minute session for a spa fish pool dip and foot reflexology.

Source: IANS
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