My girlfriend and I had decided to take a weekend trip to Johor Bahru, and we checked into a hotel which we previously booked for us to stay for 2 nights.
She was looking at the hotel’s website and she realised that there was a ‘popular’ spa inside the hotel and I suggested we go there for a massage session.
Brought her there and realised that the spa is not a normal spa and the crowd were all men
It seemed like a good and a luxurious way to relax after a long drive to me, but little did I know that this place wasn’t exactly what it seemed.
When we arrived and was talking to the reception, my girlfriend immediately felt uncomfortable.
While the receptionist were relating the packages and prices to me, the crowd inside which were all men, were giving her ‘chikopek’ looks.
We did not know what was happening at first but after a while when we saw some girls of different nationalities walking out, we started to realise why this spa is only full of men and why it was so ‘popular’.
I had accidentally brought my girlfriend to a spa inside a hotel where men go to ‘relax’ and enjoy services which the women working inside provide for them.
I was so embarrassed of the mistake I made and I grabbed her and left the place. I had failed to realised that this spa was not what it seemed, and that made me feel like a complete fool.
Luckily we did not pay the receptionist yet or we might have some trouble taking the money back.
I should also have noticed the signs when my girlfriend and I approached the counter, the female receptionist gave me an awkward look and a smile with the ‘are you sure you are doing this’ face.
They were probably also holding back from telling me about the type of nature of this spa as even though a lot of spas there operate in this nature, no one blatantly spells out what the business is offering.
Thankfully, my girlfriend did not bring the matter up with me and believed that I made an honest mistake.