Asian massage shops are popular destinations for Western tourists to indulge in Asian massage and have become a popular place for those looking to get a cheap price.
A guidebook on the subject of Asian massage, written by a massage expert in China and published by a Chinese publication, has sparked interest from people in South-East Asia, the Middle East and the U.S.
A popular market in South Korea, Asian massage is usually a popular option for foreigners who want a massage that doesn’t require a lot of money, such as massages for less than $50.
In China, the price of an Asian massage depends on the size of the clientele.
In Seoul, a large group of foreign visitors can pay $200-250 for a one-hour massage for a massage chair, for example, while in Taipei, it’s $600-700.
For the most part, the prices of Asian masseuses are similar to those in the United States, where people pay between $500 and $800 for massages in massage parlors.
A massage therapist in Tokyo, however, said that most of the people coming to Japan for massaging are tourists who have booked the massage for less, not paying for a service they can’t perform themselves.
The massage guru said that in his experience, most people come to Japan to relax and have a good time, and then they come to China for massagems.
For foreigners who are not comfortable with Chinese massagem services, such massages are cheap and accessible to them, he said.
A Chinese massage therapist in Japan, who asked not to be named, said it’s possible to get the same massage for half the price in Japan.
The most common price for an Asian masseuse in Japan is around $350, he told Reuters.
A large Chinese massage in Seoul, where the price is $600.
The price in South East Asia is around 2,000 won (US$200) or around $2.50.
In China, there are many more prices depending on the massage room, so the price for a massage in the same place can vary between $50 and $200.
The average price of massages varies a lot in the Asian region.
In Singapore, a massaging therapist said he could get a $300 massage for one hour in a single room, but in Hong Kong, the average price for massagers is $450, which would make the price $500-700 in the rest of the country.
Another popular price for Asian masseurs in Singapore is around 1,000won (US $120), which is around the same price as in Japan or Taiwan.
For massages at the local market in Hong-Kong, which is cheaper, the market’s prices range between $350 and $450.
In Hong Kong and mainland China, massages tend to be more expensive, although a massage therapist at a massage school in the Chinese city of Shenzhen told Reuters that he’s had clients pay around $200 for massaged work.
According to the guidebook, massage therapists in China often advise their clients to spend a lot more than $1,000 to $2,000 for a single massage session.
The guidebook states that massages can cost anywhere from $500 to $3,000 in China.