The 5 most popular legit happy ending massage parlours in Hong Kong

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For those creeps out there, one of the tell-tale signs that a massage place provides happy ending services is the yellow smiling foot sign outside. But what if you just want a normal massage to relax and de-stress from work? Here are 5 legit Chinese and Thai-style massage places that’ll help you feel light as a feather!

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Ten Feet Tall – Central

Ten Feet Tall may have a yellow foot in their logo, but they’re definitely professional and legit. Located in Central, this massage place is one of the more pricier options, but word has it that their treatments are worth every penny. For those who don’t like to call to book, online booking will be available soon on their website.

Address: 137-141 Queen’s Road Central, Central

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Siam Thai Massage – Wanchai

Located conveniently on Lockhart Road, you may think that this street is full of sinful behaviour, but Siam Thai Massage is one of the few legit Thai massage places in this area. This is also one of the more budget-friendly massage places, of which a full body Thai Massage only costs $100 HKD. Due to the cheap price, the place is always busy, so we recommend calling in advance for a reservation!

Address: 1/F, Sai Kou Building, 66 Lockhart Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

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EraOne Elite – Tin Hau

EraOneElite may be one of the more fancier Thai massage places in the hood, but you definitely get your money’s worth. The masseuse twists you like a pretzel, but you’ll leave feeling refreshed and alive. You’re even treated with a Thai dessert and Lemongrass tea at the end of the massage!

Address: No. 51 King’s Road, Tin Hau

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Ray’s Health & Massage  – Causeway Bay

If you prefer traditional Chinese massage, Ray’s Health & Massage is the place for you. Conveniently located Causeway Bay, you can find peace and serenity in the middle of this busy neighbourhood. Usually Chinese massage places are a little hard-sell, but the receptionist leaves you alone and doesn’t force you to buy a package. Also, if you’re having back problems, you can visit one of the chiropractor branches!

Address: Room C, 1st Floor, Po Foo Building, 1 Foo Ming Street, Causeway Bay

 

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Thai Pailin Massage – Mui Wo

If you’re ever in the neighbourhood, one of the must-do activities in Mui Wo is getting an authentic Thai massage. Conveniently located next to the ferry pier, you’ll be greeted by super friendly staff and provided with excellent service. Weekends are usually their most busy times, so we would advise calling to book a massage in advance to avoid waiting all day. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can even try out their Thai herbal ball massage!

Address: Shop No. 1, Seaview Building, Ngan Wan Road, Mui Wo

BEST FOOT MASSAGES IN HONG KONG

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There’s a lot to love about living in Hong Kong, but the humble foot massage has to be one of its best pampering perks! Here are three of our favourite spots.

 

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Cheap & Cheerful

Get pampered on a budget at Halite, where the Chinese foot reflexology massage complete with signature Himalayan crystal salt scrub and foot bath costs a mere $159 for 45 minutes.

Basement, CNT Building, 302 Queen’s Road Central, Sheung Wan
2808 0028 | halitehk.com

 

Mid-Range

Escape the Hong Kong hustle at tropical-chic sanctuary Ten Feet Tall; a relaxing 50-minute reflexology massage will ease those weary soles in style for $320 to 360.

20/F & 21/F, The L Place, 139 Queen’s Road, Central
2971 1010 | tenfeettall.com.hk

 

Splash Out

Foot massages don’t come much more luxurious than those at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, where podiatrist-to-the-stars Bastien Gonzalez’s heavenly 60-minute pedicure – including massage, nail and skin treatments – costs $1,090 to $1,350.

The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road, Central
2132 0011 | mandarinoriental.com/landmark

The Captivating City of Brisbane

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The members of the iconic band, Bee Gees, were born in the United Kingdom, but you’d be surprised to know that they were raised in another beautiful city—Brisbane. Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, is the 3rd most populous city in Australia. Rightfully so, this could be attributed to the city’s magnetic views and exciting activities for single individuals, couples and families. Continue reading

The Lure of American Muscle Lives On

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When someone talks about American muscle cars, two things immediately come to mind- raw power under the hood and a lightweight body. Together these characteristics produce the one thing all motorheads desire: speed. History has shown there are several ways to obtain it though.

In the 1920s, the era of prohibition was upon the nation. In an effort to outrun police, bootleggers began modifying their cars. They stripped the interiors down to provide more cargo capacity, made engine adjustments, and swapped out for better gripping tires. Since all of these changes were made after production, this legend serves as little more than a piece of romanticized folk lore that lends an air of mystique to muscle cars and their history.

There are some who will invariably argue that muscle did not get its true, illustrious start until the 1964 Studebaker Avanti R3. It boasted a small block 304 cubic inch V8 and factory Paxton supercharger which produced in the neighborhood of 350 BHP. This all-stock auto was tough and fast.

However, the history of muscle cars really begin in 1949 when Oldsmobile rolled out its Rocket 88 packed with a 303 cubic inch V8 engine. By today’s standards, this was not much power at only 135 horsepower. But, aficionados of true muscle know that this blew the doors off anything in production at that time and dominated the NASCAR circuit in 1950.

Before long, other automakers threw their hats into the ring, and the result was Chrysler Corporation’s HEMI and Chevrolet’s small block V8. HEMI was the shortened moniker for the hemispherical combustion chamber that Chrysler engineers pioneered in 1951. Its internally facing valves improved air flow and power output. Chevy’s small block V8 was mandatory when lightening up the car’s total weight. It became their corporate standard and is still manufactured over 50 years later. Both of these engines enjoy widespread popularity and command a legion of loyal followers even today.

Drag racing grew to enormous popularity in the 1960s, and the golden age of muscle cars began. Motorists were building cars that could be setup side by side and raced on a straightaway. Clocking the quarter mile quickly became an industry standard when defining a car’s speed.

The big three automakers have consistently vied for the top spot. Some of their most noteworthy cars (but by far is this list complete) are:

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– 1961 saw the introduction of the Impala SS, one of their first hardcore and more modern entries into the muscle ring.
– In 1967, the Camaro Z28 was rolled out. Touted as the most race-ready car in production, it held a 302 cubic inch small block V8 and had upgraded suspension.

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Chrysler/Dodge
– The 1955 Chrysler C300 aptly named for its groundbreaking 300 HP HEMI engine was dubbed America’s Most Powerful Car.
– In 1962, Dodge made the Dart with a 426 cubic inch HEMI. This little hotrod was recorded doing an astounding (for that time) 13 second quarter mile.

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– In 1966 the Fairlane GT was made to rival the Mustang in Ford’s line.
– The 1967 Mustang armed with a 390 cubic inch big block that manufacturers tweaked out to a 428 cubic inch engine for Carroll Shelby. It was known more as a pony car than a true muscle car.
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While the federal government intervened in the early 1970s forcing automakers to reduce emissions and improve safety, the muscle cars slowly lost their performance. But, by 1982, the squeeze was relaxed and the industry experienced a resurgence in demand.

The look and ride of modern cars is quite different than the sheer muscle and torque that made earlier cars so exciting. Yet, somewhere in that barn up the road or hiding quietly in someone’s garage is a real American muscle car just waiting to explode on the streets once again.

School Essentials: How to Choose the Right Printer for School/College

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There are different printers that suit different needs, so it is important that consumers know which printer is the perfect choice for them. In particular, schools/colleges normally require pages and pages of research papers and other school paperwork. And usually, they are printed in black and white rather than in color. What printer can meet all these conditions, then? To choose for the right printer for your school/college needs, here are some tips and tricks. Continue reading

Divorce and Its Impact on Kids

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Divorce happens after a husband and wife decide to live separate lives and that they are no longer want to be married to each other. It’s formalized by signing legal papers making each of them single again and giving them a chance to marry other people if they wish.

The decision to divorce does not come easily. Parents often spend long time trying to solve problems but sometime if they cannot fix the problems, divorce becomes the best solution. Change is good, but when it comes to divorce, the phrase sometime does not make a lot of sense. Both partners have to go through a hard time getting over the divorce but the most affected are the kids. Continue reading