Imagine immersing yourself in a hot, steamy bowl of bak kut teh, minus the other condiments whom we reckon won’t make very friendly spa buddies. Take your love for this pork laden dish to a whole new level with this Singaporean spa centre whose offerings of bizarre spa packages promises to beautify clients like never before.
The centre also offers other services, like a roti canai dough mask for the back whereby the client will first be massaged with aromatherapy oil before having the roti canai dough applied on their back to tighten their skin and prevents skin allergies. The dough is said to help the body sweat and detox.
Founder Yvette Chiang said she chose bak kut teh and roti canai because they “best represented Singapore food”. She also added that the bak kut teh soup used for the spa contained the essence of Chinese medicine and and will help relax and detox the body when used in a bath. The spa hopes to attract those who preferred natural treatments.
Uh. We’re not too sure if we’re keen on walking out from a spa smelling like a popular, hearty, soupy Chinese dish though.
Source: Straits Times