What to do if you need to take a dip in the ocean

ZEN Nail Spa: The spa’s owner says she’s never seen anything like it before in a spa in China.

“It’s not just a water splash,” said Zhu Yonghua, founder and owner of Zen Nail Salon.

In a photo posted by Zen Spa on Instagram on Monday, Zhu Yongshu, a 52-year-old woman, and two other women sit on a dock at Zen Spa in Shanghai.

ZUHONG: The water splash is not just water splash.

It’s a bit like water running over your head, as if it’s not really water at all.

You feel like you’re floating in the water.

It’s very surreal and you feel like floating in an ocean.

This is not a natural water splash like you’d expect.

This is not natural water.

This was not natural in nature.

It was not made by humans.

And you know, it’s all water.

Zhu Yongsu, 52, a native of Shandong province, says she has been in this spa since 2013, and has never seen something like it.

As a result, Zhu has decided to set up a second spa in Shanghai to cater to more Chinese tourists.

She has already installed water pools at the spa and has plans to add water spas in Hong Kong, Taiwan and the United States.

If you’re looking for an escape from the mainland, Zen Spa’s offer includes a spa experience that is “like swimming in the sea, like you can feel it,” Zhu said.