Thewi Thai Massage in Cebu copies the way how Thai does it (obviously). A traditional Thai massage does not directly apply oil, lotion, and other rubbing substances on your skin. Instead, the person being massaged to or the recipient of the service is fully clothed and a lot of muscle rubbing, stretching, pulling, and kneading is done by the massage therapist. I prefer this massaging style as I do not want sticky and gluey texture hooked on my skin. Yet, Thewi Thai has other “sticky and creamy” alternatives. Please see below.
Thewi Thai Massage has three branches (to date) in Cebu. One in J. Llorente St., fronting Palladium Suites or others would call this, the Capitol Site branch. The other is in Osmeña Blvd., fronting SSS, and the newest branch is in The Gallery Mabolo.
We’ve always had it done in their J. Llorente branch but this time, we decided to take a peek at Thewi Thai The Gallery. As predicted, once you’re inside, the entire place smells peppermint-ish that’s just so soothing. 😍
It’s a two-storey massage parlour with great massage therapists who will take their job seriously even when you accidentally doze off. We’ve had bad experiences in our usual go to branch where massaging involves gentle strokes and pseudo massage as soon as you start snoozing. Tsk Tsk 😣
They have a number of services available and I always go for the an-hour-back-and-30-foot type of massage.
After the relaxing stress-reliever massage, you have the option to take in some tea or just simply head home and sleep. 😉
Have you been to Thewi Thai as well? Which branch and how was your experience?
If you’re interested to make a call prior to your visit, please see contact details below. Apologies, don’t have Mabolo’s.
J. Llorente St. branch – (032) 412-5278
Osmeña Boulevard branch – (032) 256-1388