WEIGHT: 57 kg
Services: Lapdancing, Deep Throat, For family couples, Golden shower (out), Golden shower (out)
Utopia's Singapore Massage and Spa listings are sponsored by Please help us keep these listings current and correct. Promising some of the best looking and well trained therapists from around Asia. They aim to satisfy customers with unrivaled, friendly and discreet massage service. Add your review, comment, or correction Comments from Utopians: They provide Chinese tui na treatment, sports massage, ear candling, eyebrow embroidery, hot stone massage, body waxing and their specialty manhood therapy.
They also provide outcall service to your home or hotel. Services include warm or cool body scrubs with shower service, body wraps, facials, waxing, ear candling and foot reflexology.
Located right in the city, yet far from the crowd, and just a five minute walk from the Outram Park MRT. Come in from the sights and sounds of a heritage neighbourhood to a comfortable and homely refuge, where a warm welcome and firm touch will soothe away your weariness and worries.
Open daily by appointment only. They provide the highest standards in hygiene and customer service with a wide array of treatments and packages geared towards skin care and body therapies that are specific to male needs. Treatments may be customized to suit you. Their well trained therapists will assist and guide you along the way to an unforgettable experience. Each room is designed to excite your senses and imagination. Relax to the gentle touch of their experienced therapists.
Escape from the hustle and bustle and settle into a serene environment. They encourage guests to enjoy double pleasures of their twin services to create a more complete spa experience and to indulge in multiple spa ingredients to achieve the pinnacle of pleasure. Services include body massage, scrubs and foot reflexology. Located in the heart of Chinatown. Step inside for a nostalgiac feeling of deja vu. The intricately designed wooden balustrade of the staircase and the blue and white Ming porcelain plates hanging on the wall reflect the charms of old Shanghai.