Anyone not familiar with the area might find it a wee bit tricky to locate since it's not just beside a main road, so if you can't use peoples' directions, you might have to resort to Google Maps to get there. (I went with a friend, so I didn't have to do that)
The receptionist was polite & helpful, and I opted for a Waterleaf Signature Massage --- essentially a 'combo' of some other types of massages.
The ambience was good, save that there was no instrumental music being played, as one would expect in such a place. (Given that there were speakers on the wall, I assumed that their system was down then.)
After the massage began, I wanted to ask the masseuse to apply less pressure in certain areas --- when is when I found out that she wasn't able to speak much English! (As she was a local, I could communicate with her to some extent in Hindi, but then I don't speak much of that, so I couldn't effectively tell her what I wanted to.)
Considering that I spoke to the receptionist only in English, it seems very strange that I was assigned a masseuse who didn't know much of it
While Google Translate might have helped, with all the oil I didn't want to risk touching my phone, so I just decided to enjoy and endure it.
Summary: If you can find the place, it's worth going to --- but you may have to specifically ask for a masseuse who can speak the same language as you...
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