Hubby and I was here a few weeks before he left for Norway.
It was his first time to visit Ace Water Spa, it's a big pool that create water ripples, bubbles, pulses that imitate the typical massage you get from your neighborhood spa. Instead of the strokes of hands, you get the gruuu-uung whish whooosh of water on your back, belly, thighs, or wherever you want them. They call it hydrotherapy massage.
It's a real treat for me because I can't go into usual spa, because of my back condition. But because of this hydrotherapy massage, I can now relate to hubby's addiction to massage.
Anyway, I miss this place, because apart from the relaxing waters, hubby, myself, together with some friends had a foolish time acting like kids here. I was also loving the kiddie slide when the lifeguard told us it's just for kids. But we're kids! At least in that brief moment.
I'm lazy right now to write a review of the place. But just to give you an idea, grown-ups would like the idea of burning their fats, improving blood circulation, bowel movement, fatigue, and what-have-you through their different pulsating seats and beds - right on the pool itself!
Anyway, I'm calling hubby now to discuss plans of going here at least once a month. :)