Kenko to see what all the fuss was about. I can't really remember but I think we spent 30 minutes with the fish. I can't recall what we paid, but it wasn't anything relative to the experience.Ever been to a fish spa? Do you know what a fish spa is? When my friend, Taiwanna, was visiting in Singapore we visited
At the start, the employee washes your feet and you're given slippers to wear. Since we paid a little extra for a shoulder and neck massage, we had that service while we started with the smaller fish. Approximately half way into our service, we were asked if we wanted to transfer to a different tank with larger fish.
Personally, I think the smaller fish were ticklish. The larger fish definitely have a stronger "bite", but there's no pain. Think pins and needles after your arm goes numb, but much much less severe. I could handle it, but Taiwanna didn't like it and just kept me company while waiting.
The fish are thorough and go after your cuticles as well. If you're sharing a tank with someone who has feet that are worse than yours, take note that the fish may abandon you for more "food".
All in all, I'd do it again ~ but I haven't.