23 Spas In Singapore For Stressed Office Workers Of Every Budget To Get Massages At

Spas in Singapore


We all deserve to relax and unwind once in a while, whether it’s via a short holiday or a staycation. But if you only have a few hours to spare, a visit to the spa can be an amazing alternative. Imagine therapeutic massages that’ll relieve those aches, or soak all your stress away in a warm Japanese-style Onsen. Plus, these spas in Singapore cater to every budget, and some of these even offer buffets and movie screenings, so what’s not to love?

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1. Ikeda Spa – Japanese baths for couples


There’s a beautiful onsen tucked away in Singapore surrounded by lush greenery and rocks – and it’s housed in Ikeda Spa. The baths here are made of real imported Japanese cypress wood called hinoki. Pair this with any one of the 5 available bath salts sourced from onsens around Japan and you’ll truly be able to soak all your troubles away.


Hinoki Couple Onsen Bath.
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Couples will find themselves right at home here with private suites ($130+) available. While you’re here with bae, amp up that indulgence factor with a massage. The spa offers unique ones such as the 60-minute Zen Candle Therapy Massage (from $210+) that uses Japanese candles which melt into warm essential oil to relax the muscles.


Zen Candle Therapy Massage.
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If you’re not ready to head back into the outside world just yet, wind down at the rooftop Zen garden before calling it a day.


Zen Garden on the rooftop.
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P.S. You can currently get a free Hinoki Onsen Bath worth $90+ when you book any 90-minute treatment as part of their spa promotion. T&Cs apply.

Address: 787 Bukit Timah Road (Before 6th Avenue), Singapore 269762
Opening hours: 1.30pm-10.30pm, Daily
Contact: 6469 8080 | Ikeda Spa website


2. Aramsa Spa – Hidden in Botanic Gardens



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Aramsa Spa is garden-themed, making it the perfect place for a retreat surrounded by greenery. You’ll be hard pressed to find spa packages for kids elsewhere, but here, you’ll get 50% off treatments for children with every spa session purchased by an adult.

Kids aged 4-14 years can have an Anti-Stress Massage $51.36/30mins, which includes a soothing back and feet massage using botanical oil.


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Adults can choose from treatments like the Aramsa Touch Massage Therapy ($148/hour) and Elemis Peaceful Pregnancy Massage ($168/90mins). They also offer on-site yoga classes by Yoga Seeds, and lash and brow services at additional prices.


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Address: 1384 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1 Bishan, Singapore 569932
Opening hours: Sun-Wed 10am-9pm | Thu-Sat 10am-10pm
Contact: 6456 6556 | Aramsa Spa website 


3. g.Spa – 24hr spa with movies & all-day buffet



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Fitted with hot and cold pools and steam rooms g.Spa is the one-stop for recharging your batteries. You’ll have access to these facilities at no additional cost, so soak your feet in the pool before heading for your massage. The jacuzzi is in a circular room, surrounded by walls with intricate swirls and engravings fit for royalty.


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Choose from a range of body massages such as the Gateway to Vitality Massage ($163/hour), a deep tissue body treatment that’ll target your pressure points and relieve tension. Or pamper your beau with a Couple Massage Package ($356/hour) which includes Gateway to vitality for 2 in a private room.

They’ve also got Chinese Meridian Therapies such as cupping and gua sha to target those pain points. When you’re done, scoot over to the Relaxation Lounge for a post-massage snooze, or sweat it out in the on-site Sauna & Steam Room.

P.S. Members get discounted prices on all treatments. Check out our article on g.Spa.

Address: 102 Guillemard Road, #02-02, Singapore 399719
Opening hours: 24 hours, Daily
Contact: 6280 8988 | g.Spa website


4. Natureland Spa – Opens till as late as 4am



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Step into Natureland Spa and you’ll be greeted by soothing brown walls, floors and warm orangey lighting creating a calm ambience. Here, you’ll be able to choose from a series of treatments such as Body Therapy ($72.76/hour), where you’ll enjoy a soothing full body massage. Alternatively, opt for the Foot Reflexology ($37.45/30mins) to re-energise your tired feet.


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You’ll have a chair that’s large enough to fit 2 people all to yourself while you receive your foot massages. Plus, with relatively affordable treatment prices and multiple outlets around Singapore that operate till the wee hours of the morning, there really isn’t anything to complain about.

Book a session at Natureland Spa.

Full list of Natureland outlets.


5. Yunomori Onsen & Spa – Japanese onsen baths



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You won’t have to travel all the way to Japan to soak your stress away in a Japanese onsen. Yunomori Onsen & Spa offers a whole range of gender-separated baths such as cold bath, silk bath, jet bath and hot baths. You’ll even get to don a yukata and spent the entire day enjoying the baths, at just $40.66 for an all-day pass.


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You can also opt for an onsen and spa package, such as the Thai Massage and Compress ($166.92/90mins), which includes access to the baths. They also offer foot, head and shoulder, and back massages that use aromatic oils, and even scar removal and whitening treatments.

Read our article on Yunomori Onsen & Spa.

Address: 1 Stadium Place, #02-17/18 Kallang Wave Mall, 397628
Opening hours: 10am-10pm, Daily
Contact: 6386 4126 | Yunomori Onsen website


6. Green Apple Spa – Free movie screenings



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Put your feet up, lie back and watch a movie at Green Apple Spa, all while enjoying a foot massage. Each Foot Refloxology Treatment ($43/hour) comes with a ginger foot spa. Other treatments you can enjoy here include a Body Massage ($55/hour) or Hot Stone Massage ($118/hour).


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Tuck yourself in under a warm blanket and get comfortable on their recliner chairs.

Address: 765 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198733
Opening hours: 10am-4am, Daily
Contact: 6299 1555 | Green Apple Spa website


7. So Spa – Spa pool with waterfall



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Housed on a former military barrack, So Spa by Sofitel offers treatments such as the Exhilarating Body Massage ($225/hour). If you’re looking to indulge, go straight for their Be Spoilt package (from $250) which includes a 90-minute massage, access to the Spa Garden Facilities, and even a healthy wrap or salad so you don’t go hungry.

Purchase any treatment with a minimum duration of 1 hour, and you’ll get to check out their mud pool and galaxy steam rooms. Take a dip in their pool that’s fitted with a beautiful waterfall – grab some floaties, lay back and soak up that Vitamin D.


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Read our article on So Spa at Sofitel.

Address: 30 Bukit Manis Road, Singapore 099983
Opening hours: 10am-9pm, Daily
Contact: 6708 8358 | So Spa website


8. Willow Stream Spa – With whirlpool



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Willow Stream Spa located at Fairmont Hotel is fitted with 35 treatment rooms, a steam room, sauna and a whirlpool. You can’t go wrong with the Fairmont Singapore Signature Massage ($279/1.5 hours) that makes use of a warm herbal compress with aromatic herb infusions. Alternatively, opt for the Youthful Glow Anti-Ageing Facial ($279/1.5 hours) or Stress Relief Massage ($159/hour).


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For a full body pampering session, check out their salon with hair treatment and waxing services. Get a Shampoo & Blow Dry wash (from $30) or wax off those stubborn hairs with services such as Underarm Waxing costs $29 for 20 minutes. Complete your visit by taking a dip in their cosy jacuzzi.

Address: 80 Bras Basah Road Fairmont, 189560
Opening hours:
Treatments:
10am-9pm, Daily. By appointment only
Spa facilities:
6am-9pm, Daily. By appointment only
Contact: 6431 5600 | Willow Stream website 


9. Elements Wellness – Private onsen suites



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Elements Wellness at Orchard offers modern Japanese-style interiors and an array of treatments such as the Classic Body Masasge (From $53/1 hour). One of the more interesting treatments they have is their Signature Koyomaki Onsen Ritual ($248/100 minutes), which consists of a body massage, seaweed scrub, Koyomaki Onsen Therapy in Private Suite with Steam Bath and a Foot Detox therapy in the VIP Lounge.


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Book a session at Elements Wellness.

Full list of Elements Wellness outlets.


10. Tang Dynasty Wellness Spa – Chinese-style spa at Bugis



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Tang Dynasty Wellness Spa is a  Chinese-style spa, with massage add-ons where you can opt to use lavender oil or ginger oil for $10. Some treatments you can choose from include the Oriental Body Massage ($60/hour) or Foot Reflexology ($50/hour).


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There’s an outlet conveniently in Kampong Glam, so you can zip by for a quick spa session after work. Plus, it’s located along a stretch of shophouses with plenty of eateries for you to choose from.

Kampong Glam outlet:
Address: 790 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198754
Opening hours: 10am-12am, Daily
Contact: 6686 6466

Bukit Timah outlet:
Address:2 Chun Tin Road, Singapore 599589
Opening hours: 10am-10.30pm, Daily
Contact: 6894 6466 | Tang Dynasty Spa website


11. Damai Spa Singapore – Free couple suite upgrade



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Damai Spa is located at Grand Hyatt, so you know to expect a massage that ticks all the boxes. At first glance, the decor in the treatment rooms are reminiscent of Grand Hyatt’s hotel rooms, but look a little closer and you’ll notice stone walls and plants that exude a garden retreat vibe. The facilities here include a hot and cold plunge pool, sauna and steam rooms.


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Treatments here range from Signature treatments such as the Ginseng Body Polish ($90/half hour) or the De-Stress Body Ritual ($300/hour) where you’ll enjoy a body scrub, mud wrap, aromatherapy massage and a healthy lunch meal. Couples who book 2 De-stress Body Ritual sessions will be treated to a couple suite upgrade complete with a romantic shared bath and a fruit platter.

Address: 10 Scotts Road, Grand Hyatt, Singapore 228211
Opening hours: 10am-10pm, Daily
Contact: 6416 7156 | Damai Spa Singapore website 


12. Remede Spa – Scented steam room & ice fountain



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Located at St Regis, Remede Spa is fitted with Finnish Saunas, eucalyptus scented steam rooms and ice fountains. An ice fountain is commonly used in European bathing practices where smooth ice chips are dispensed into the water to cool the body after a steam bath or sauna.


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You’ll be pleased to know that you’ll have access to their facilities with purchase of any treatment package, such as a hydrating, acne, brightening or Anti-ageing Facial ($185/hour) or a Full Body Massage ($185/hour) with your choice of aromatherapy oil. Those who are pressed for time can opt for a quick 30-minute session priced at $105/hour.

Address: 29 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247911
Opening hours: 9am-10.30pm, Daily
Contact: 6506 6896 | Remede Spa website


13. Heart Springs Spa – Various heartland locations



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You won’t have to travel all the way to town just to visit a spa. Instead, head to Heart Springs Spa, located in shopping malls in the heartlands, and save on travelling time. Choose from facial treatments, a Neck Pain Relief Treatment ($29/30 minutes), or TCM services.


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Check out their full list of Heart Springs Spa outlets.


14. Healing Touch – Traditional & orthopaedic massages



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Each Healing Touch outlet is situated near an MRT which makes getting there a breeze. The prices here are affordable too, and you can pick from treatments such as the Bojin Orthopaedic Massage ($75/hour) to treat all sorts of chronic aches and pains, Chi Nei Tsang Anti-Ageing Massage ($100/hour) or their basic Oil Free Thai Fusion Massage ($55/hour) and Deep Tissue Massage ($55/hour).

If you’re looking for some good old exfoliation, go for their Body Scrub ($35/half hour).

Note: All prices accurate at time of writing and are subject to change by company.

Healing Touch Novena Branch
Address: 70 Thomson Road, Singapore 307588
Opening hours: 11am-10.30pm, Daily
Contact: 6715 1515

Check the  Healing Touch website for a full list of their outlets.


15. St Gregory Spa – Traditional massages in a modern room



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At St Gregory Spa, you can expect traditional healing treatments such as an Indonesian Balinese Massage ($160/hour) or a Traditional Chinese Tui Na Massage ($180/hour).


Couples’ jacuzzi room
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Other treatments include a Scalp Massage ($45/15mins), a Body Detox Mineral Mud Wrap ($200/hour), facials and waxing. Each treatment room is styled to look like a hotel room, with a standalone bathtub. But instead of a bed for sleeping are a set of treatment beds. There’s also a floor-to-ceiling window that’ll let plenty of natural light in.

Book a session at St Gregory Spa at PARKROYAL.

St Gregory Spa at Pan Pacific
Address: 7 Raffles Boulevard, Level 4 Pan Pacific, Singapore 039595
Opening hours: 10am-10pm, Daily
Contact: 6826 8140

 St Gregory Spa at PARKROYAL
Address: 3 Upper Pickering Street, Level 5, Singapore 058289
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10am-10pm | Sat-Sun 9am-9pm
Contact: 6809 8870 | St Gregory Spa website


16. Emperor Spa – Oriental spa in Chinatown



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Emperor Spa offers super affordable treatments like Foot Massages ($33/hour) and Body Massages ($48/hour). Located in Chinatown, this place will have you feeling like Chinese royalty of the past, with its red and golden bedsheets and towels.


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The rooms are fitted with hexagonal Chinese-style windows in the rooms, while the bath is equipped with water jets that’ll massage and soothe your tired muscles to prep you for your treatments.

Address: 90 Eu Tong Sen Street, Singapore 059811
Opening hours: 10am-4am, Daily
Contact: 6363 1555 | Emperor Spa website


17. ESTHEVA Spa – Chocolate massages & seaweed mud wraps



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Step into ESTHEVA’s reception area and you’ll feel right at home. The vase of flowers, a coffee table and a beautiful chandelier hanging overhead is reminiscent of a living room. Some interesting treatments include a Chocolatier Massage ($240.75/1.5hour).


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If that’s not your cup of tea, you can also opt for a Seaweed Mud Wrap ($197.95/hour), or try their CERUMA Hydrating Facial ($128.40/hour).

Address: 390 Orchard Road, Palais Renaissance #16-04, Singapore 238871
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 8am-6pm (Closed on Sundays & PH)
Contact: 9221 1387 | ESTHEVA Spa website


18. Spa Nes – With hot/cold jacuzzis & buffet



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Spa Nes offers a hot and cold onsen jacuzzi, steam rooms, a sauna and a buffet area serving anything from fried rice to fruits at just $78 for 3 hours. Some of the treatments include a Foot Massage ($68/hour) or a Swedish Massage ($88/hour).


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Sit back and relax at the lounge area while waiting for your treatment to commence, or head here after your buffet to wait out that food coma.


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Address: 407 Havelock Road, Level 2 Annex@Furama, Riverfront Hotel, Singapore 169634
Opening hours: 11am-6am, Daily
Contact: 6732 9888 | Spa Nes website


19. OD Wellness – Acupressure & foot massage



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At OD Wellness, you can choose from a full body massage such as the Body Therapy ($65/hour) or foot massages. Drop by with your girlfriends for a girl’s day out – their cosy treatment rooms comfortably fit 3 people.


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Alternatively, opt for their Rejuvenating Therapy ($75/75mins) that includes a foot massage and accupressure.


Sip on tea after your massage.

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Book a session at OD Wellness.

Jalan Tua Kong outlet
Address: 59 Jalan Tua Kong, Singapore 457254
Opening hours: 11am-1am, Daily
Contact: 6445 0019

Neil Road outlet
Address: 49 Neil Road, Singapore 088828
Opening hours: 11am-1am, Daily
Contact: 6220 9989 | OD Wellness website


20. Imperial Apple Spa – Free hot stone therapy with any treatment



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Head over to Imperial Apple Spa for treatments such as an Imperial Foot Therapy ($53/hour) that’ll have you reclining on plush chairs while you enjoy a movie. They have massage sessions that last up to 2 hours, so you won’t have to miss out on any part of the movie.


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You can also choose from other treatments like Imperial Javanese Body Massage ($69/hour) or Imperial Swedish Body Massage ($69/hour) which includes lavender oil. You can even opt to add on an Imperial Hot Stone treatment at no extra charge for body massage sessions – just be sure to make a request in advance.

Address: 171 Tras Street, #01-179 Union Building, Singapore 079025
Opening hours: 10am-4am, Daily
Contact: 6225 1555 | Imperial Apple Spa website


21. Spa-1 Wellness Centre – Cold pool & different sauna types



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At Spa-1 Wellness Centre, you can expect an onsen and a variety of saunas such as a Finnish Sauna, Himalayan Salt Sauna and Cassia Seed Sauna with the latter 2 being styled after the Jjimjilbangs in Korea. Of course, if you need a little respite from the heat, there’s also a cold pool that you can cool down in.


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Some treatments that are available include a Japanese Shiatsu Massage ($96.30/hour) and a Vietnamese Hot Stone Massage ($149.80/1.5hours). Those who are in love with their facilities can opt to purchase a VIP pass ($513.60/month) that’ll grant you unlimited entry. You can even bring a friend for free from Mondays to Thursdays for a quality bonding sesh.

Address: 511 Guillemard Road, #B1-01 Grandlink Square, Singapore 399849
Opening hours: 11am-10.30pm, Daily
Contact: 6846 1775 | Spa-1 website


22. Scent Discovery Massage Spa – No-frills space



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Scent Discovery Massage Spa’s dimly lit lobby will set the mood for your pampering session. The hallways are lined with pebbles and lights, creating a path that’ll lead you to the treatment room. Some treatments you can opt for include a Signature Face Spa ($49/45mins), a Classical Purifying Facial ($69/75mins) and a Vitality Eye Treatment ($49/20mins).

If you’re looking to revitalise your body, consider their body massages such as the Aromatherapy Massage ($79/hour) or the Balinese Massage ($79.60/hour).

Address: 221 Balestier Road, Singapore 329928
Opening hours:
10.30am-10.30pm, Daily
Contact: 6256 5288 | Scent Discovery Massage Spa website


23. The Spa – With tea lounge


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Over at The Spa you can expect a Oriental Bamboo Massage, a Therapeutic Massage or an Oriental Essence Massage at $270/1.5hours. They also offer a 3-hour long Alpha Male session for men at $560, inclusive of a foot massage, body scrub, massage and a facial.


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There are only 4 single treatment rooms and 2 couple suites, so we’d recommend calling in to make a reservation in advance. Other treatments include manicures, pedicures and waxing.


Sip on a selection of teas at the lounge before your massage.

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Address: 5 Raffles Avenue, Mandarin Oriental Singapore, Singapore 039797
Opening hours: Thu-Mon 9.30am-7pm (Closed on Tuesdays & Wednesdays)
Contact: 6885 3533 | The Spa website


Closed: ESPA



Hammam Bath.

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At ESPA you’ll be able to enjoy an authentic Turkish Hammam – the first of its kind in Singapore – as well as a Vitality Pool, a Japanese Forest Onsen, Rock Saunas and Crystal Steam Rooms. During the Indulgence Hammam Ritual ($225/hour) you’ll be bathed, given a body scrub, foam massage, receive a hair wash, mud mask and a steam session.


Japanese Forest Onsen.

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Other massages to check out include ESPA Signature Treatments ($400/2hours), which is a full body massage. You can even opt to have your massage in a Garden Villa or Beach Villa Suites for ($450/3 hours).


Beach Villa Suites.

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Closed: Grand Spa Singapore


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Don’t be fooled by the fancy chandeliers and opulent gold-coloured walls, because Grand Spa has a variety of affordable treatment packages on their menu. All their treatments are priced at $63/hour, and you can choose from a menu offering anything from Chinese Meridian Therapy to Swedish Therapy for full body massages.

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You can even choose the massage technique you prefer – from tapping to squeezing, rubbing and applied pressure. Plus, their outlet stays open 24 hours so feel free to drop by any time.


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Best massage spas in Singapore


From spas that are open 24 hours a day, to garden-themed spas with on-site yogas classes – we’re pretty sure you’ll find a spa in Singapore that strikes your fancy. Plus, with so many spas located all over Singapore, you won’t have to travel far the next time you need a little retreat.


Cover image adapted from: @yunomori_sg, Aramsa The Garden Spa, Gspa
This article contains partial partnership content, and a portion of this content may contain referral links to products. However, all opinions are ours.

Originally published on 8th May 2019. Last updated by Jessica Fang on 4th July 2022.

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