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Massage service still available in P/ling

Parlours: Despite the trade department issuing a notification, some beauty parlours in Phuentsholing are still providing massage services. After the police in town raided the massage parlours in December, two non-Bhutanese were caught red-handed in one of the massage parlours. Following the raid and media reports, the regional trade office had notified the beauty parlours […]

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