10 Best Massages & Spas for Every Budget in Singapore
Giving our bodies and minds time to relax and unwind once in a while should be a given; after all, self-care is essential in maintaining a healthy body and mind. Imagine therapeutic massages that relieve your muscle aches, or soak your stress away in onsen baths.
We’ve rounded up a list of the best places in Singapore that offer spa and massage treatments that cater to every budget, so scroll ahead now for prime relaxation.
Pop by this quaint massage parlour at Tiong Bahru — which is built from shipping containers — when you need a rejuvenating session. Their range of body massages, scrubs and foot massages will ward off all your tension and aches. The Lime Luffa Buffer will leave you with that post-spa glow all over.
SGD76 for a 60-minute body massage.
Nimble Knead, #01-28, 66 Eng Watt Street, Singapore 160066
No fuss and frills over here, just quality services. Natureland receives high scores for its refreshing massages that does the trick of easing your knots and relieving tension.
SGD58.85 for 60 minutes for 5-in-1 Therapy.
Natureland, seven locations islandwide including Robertson Walk, Holland Village, Orchard Liat Towers and Chijmes.
Highlighting holistic wellness, Healing Touch offers sessions that cater to orthopaedic disorders, water retention and anti-ageing. Try out the 4P Tension Relief Massage; it’s a great mix of Swedish, deep tissue, Thai and acupressure massages.
SGD58.85 for 60 minutes.
Healing Touch, eight locations islandwide including Novena, Tampines, Yishun and Alexandra Road.
With decades of experience in the spa industry, Elements Wellness adopts a holistic approach to provide the best beauty and wellness. Opt for the popular Yang Sheng massage, a nourishing treatment that uses Tui Na techniques to massage away all those aches and pains.
The Yang Sheng massage is SGD160 for 60 minutes.
Elements Wellness, multiple locations including Ion Orchard and Centrepoint.
With multiple services combining the best of Thai massage techniques and Japanese onsen, you’re sure to leave Yunomori feeling satisfied. The Aroma and Compress package combines aromatic oil massage to relieve stress, tension and aches, along with a Thai herbal compress that relaxes those muscles and nerves. You can also take a dip at the onsen baths and soak your stress away.
The Aroma and Compress package is SGD220 for 120 minutes with all-day access to Yunomori baths.
Yunomori Onsen and Spa, #02-17/18, Kallang Wave Mall, 1 Stadium Place, Singapore 397628
The Spa Nomad
The Spa Nomad was established as a mobile spa solution in hopes of offering people a new level of convenience and comfort in the wellness space. Apart from stellar massage packages, they’ve also got facial treatments that cater to your need: think gua sha, microneedling and prenatal/postnatal facials.
Massage packages range from SGD148 to SGD168.
The Spa Nomad
Renowned as one of the best spas in Singapore, Ikeda Spa is a picturesque retreat that takes you to Japan without actually flying there. They’re well-known for their onsens (hot baths made using water from Japanese hot springs), Japanese massage and facial treatments. And if you’re up for a spa treatment but hesitant about being touched by strangers, they even have a Contactless Spa Package. They’re offering two of Ikeda’s specialities: the Signature Hinoki Onsen treatment bath and the Ganbanyoku Detox Therapy.
The Contactless Spa package is SGD220.
Ikeda Spa, 787 Bukit Timah Road (Before 6th Ave), Singapore 269762
$400 and beyond
Auriga Spa at Capella Hotel
Auriga Spa’s signature experiences is a definite must-try — the detoxifying Waning Moon treatment consists of a body scrub using silk Garshana gloves, a seaweed body wrap, a facial massage and a 90-minute full-body massage focusing on lymphatic drainage techniques.
The Waning Moon is SGD450 for 180 minutes.
Auriga Spa, Capella Singapore, 1 The Knolls, Sentosa, Singapore 098297
Another renowned spa on the list that knows a thing or two about indulgence. Looking for a truly world-class treatment? Try the Royal Banyan. There are a herbal pouch massage and jade face massage to improve blood circulation and ease muscle aches, followed by a relaxing herbal bath.
The Royal Banyan is SGD686 for 150 minutes.
Banyan Tree Spa, Marina Bay Sands Hotel Tower 1, Level 55, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental
Over at The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, you can expect to be pampered. Their Heritage treatment gives a nod to Asian remedies by using rice and ginger for exfoliation, a mango butter body wrap with nourishing cottonseed oil, and a body massage infused with anti-ageing hibiscus oil to ensure you walk out of there relaxed and glowy.
The Heritage is SGD560 for 180 minutes.
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, 5 Raffles Avenue, Marina Square, Singapore 039797