Seeing Hands Massage – Phnom Penh, Cambodia

The Seeing Hands Massage Project, like no other spa in Phnom Penh, is certainly one of the most enjoyable ways of supporting local charities in the city.

In a country with no social security, the training and employment provided by the center allow blind Cambodians to support themselves with dignity. Seeing Hands Massage is the perfect way to wind down after a sightseeing day in the hot and humid climate of Southeast Asia. Blind masseurs have been trained in the art of massage and can relax and refresh your body with an hour of soothing treatment. Shiatsu massage – which focuses on pressure points – is available, or choose Anma massage which helps to relax the body and the mind. There is also the option of a traditional foot massage. They provide one of the best value for money massages in Cambodia and you’d have the chance help blind people to make an independent living. Many of the masseurs have earned diplomas and certificates in massage from overseas institutes in Japan and Singapore.

Seeing Hands Massage has been a great success and there are currently several branches in Phnom Penh, as well as branches in other popular tourist cities around the country. You can find Seeing Hands in Siem Reap, Battambang and Sihanoukville.

Seeing Hands Massage in Phnom Penh | Things to do in Cambodia

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