Does S.I.X. Sensual Tantric Massage Hong Kong has an in-call facility?
NO. At present, S.I.X. Sensual Tantric Massage Hong Kong only offer an outcall visiting service for hotels and select residential addresses.

Does S.I.X. Sensual Tantric Massage Hong Kong offer more than a massage?
NO. Although S.I.X. offers a highly sophisticated sensory experience designed to leave you utterly satisfied, S.I.X. Sensual Tantric Massage Hong Kong is not an escort service and do not offer sexual services of any kind. Please read carefully S.I.X. Terms of Enjoyment and Client Code of Conduct.

Can S.I.X. Masseuses be touched and fondled?
To facilitate Chakra connection between the client and the masseuse, respectful, Gentleman-like touching of the masseuse is welcome. However, client must refrain from rough kneading, pinching, picking, or any act of rudeness.

Can a S.I.X. Massage be extended?
YES. Please indicate to the attending S.I.X. Masseuse at any time during the treatment.

Can a S.I.X. Massage be booked for a friend?
NO. Although you can only book a S.I.X. Massage for yourself by calling our hotline, our valet will be delighted to speak to your friend and book a S.I.X. Massage for him or her.

Can a booking time be changed?
YES. Please notify us by phone at least ONE HOUR prior to your booking time to avoid a rescheduling fee of HK$300.

Is cancellation possible after the masseuse arrival?
YES, within the first 10 minutes of the masseuse arrival. In the unlikely event of such a cancellation, please note a fee of HK$300 (add HK$200 for bookings from airport and the New Territories) will apply.

Are there any photos of S.I.X. Masseuses?
NO, photos of S.I.X. Masseuse will not be provided for the protection of their privacy and security. Our valet will provide you with a profile of recommended masseuse over the phone.

Does S.I.X. accept Credit Cards?
NO. At present time, S.I.X. only accept cash payments. Simple. Effective. Discreet.

Does S.I.X. accept foreign currencies?
YES. S.I.X. accepts EURO, British Pounds, US Dollars, Singaporean Dollars, Australian Dollars, Swiss Franc, Canadian Dollars, Japanese Yen and Chinese RMB.