La Cité des Immortels
The Cabinet of Dr Yu
This charming pavilion with 2 basins, illustrates its purpose with the splendour of an imperial bath. The walls are covered with labradorite from Madagascar and agate from Brazil and marble floor tiles from Carrare. More than fifteen thousand tiny Pedicure fish (Garra rufa) swim in these luxurious footbaths.
This luxury treatment has been used in the Middle East for centuries already, even for certain diseases such as psoriasis. During a footbath all of the dead skin is removed from your feet and you get to enjoy a relaxing foot massage. Treatment is finished when your skin is as soft as a baby's skin, which equates to 10 to 15 minutes of pure indulgence at 23/24°C.
The presence of this Mediterranean guest in the resort of Heavenly Delights (which is in no doubt) is justified. Asian culture discovered this beneficial therapy very early on and made it their own. The beneficial effects of Pedicure fish is still very popular, especially in China, hence the name Cabinet of Dr Yua (Yu means fish in Mandarin).
The Cabinet of Dr Yu in image
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