Sometimes the perfect indulgence requires a recharging of mind, body and soul. One way to tick off all those boxes? Head to the nearest spa. No need to worry about researching suitable places – we’ve done all the hard work for you. Check out the Top 10 Spa Centres in Singapore, and book yourself a slot.
1) Banyan Tree Spa
The Banyan Tree Spa brand has its roots in Thailand, where the first centre was built in 1994. It was the first of its kind in Asia, and presented as a “sanctuary for the senses” – something that remains to this day. They use a non-clinical approach, steeped in Eastern healing traditions. You can choose from massages, scrubs, facials, or even a hair spa experience. Their Singapore centre is located at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel.
This home-grown company was founded in 1989, with an establishment in Ang Mo Kio. Today they have a total of 6 outlets throughout the island. The founders have a passion for the beauty trade and also believe in conducting themselves with good faith and sincerity, which is reflected in the company name. Services include facials, massages, slimming, nail and hair care.
3) g.spa Singapore
Known as the “spa that never sleeps” (they are open 24 hours a day), and spanning over 24,000 square feet, this is one of the largest spas in Singapore. Prepare to have all your senses ignited here, with their lush services that include everything from massages and facials to waxing and manicures. What’s more, they also have hot and cold pools, steam baths, saunas and gourmet dishes and refreshing juices to keep you fuelled throughout your visit.
4) Yunomori Onsen & Spa
You don’t have to go all the way to Japan to experience an authentic Japanese Onsen. Yunomori is the first ever Onsen in Singapore, and combines both the traditional Japanese bathing style with holistic spa treatments. Additional services include Thai massage, herbal compress and aromatherapy oil massage – among others. You can find them at Kallang Wave Mall.
5) Calla Spa
Calla Spa is located at Suntec City, and their lifestyle spa offers an array of services that cater to the various needs of busy Singaporeans who just want to relax and unwind. This environmentally friendly spa uses sustainable practices in their space and naturally sourced ingredients for their products. Services offered are spa packages where you can indulge in the facilities as well as food. Otherwise you can also go for individual services like hair treatments, massages, facials and others.
6) Aramsa – The Garden Spa
This spa gives you a totally different experience, with their garden spa concept. With a whole range of services offered, you may have a hard time choosing just one! A Lot of their services make the best of nature, such as their botanical treatments that use coconuts, Lulur – a blend of turmeric and rice powder, or water therapy which should be quite soothing. They also have spa experiences for kids, so if you can’t book a babysitter, bring the young ones along.
7) Emperor Spa
Head on over to Chinatown to visit Emperor Spa, which is located in a historical building. It’s almost like time-travelling, as you will be surrounded by retro vibes with a 1930s aesthetic. With 18 premium rooms that cater to foot and body massages, there is ample space for many to enjoy the services. They are also open till 4am daily, which means you don’t have to rush after work to get a slot.
8) ESTHEVA Spa
Now located in Marina Mandarin, ESTHEVA not only is a spa, it doubles up as a beauty salon. This award-winning centre offers massages, spa packages and facials. You can also opt to purchase spa gifts online from their website. The natural thermal spas in Southern Italy served as inspiration, and you will also find anti-aging treatments and other services.
9) Huang Ah Ma
Located within Porcelain Hotel is Huang Ah Ma. This spa is managed under the famed Mary Chia Holdings company, and offers Oriental style spa rituals. Services include Herbal Compress, Volcanic Hot Stone Massage, Herbal foot soaks, and facials. It is open to all — including singles, couples, friend or even business associates. They also have a foot reflexology area for those who enjoy foot massages specifically.
10) Ikeda Spa
Ikeda is Singapore’s first authentic Japanese spa, with two outlets – Ikeda Spa Prestige in Clarke Quay Central and Ikeda Spa at Bukit Timah Road. Services include traditional Japanese onsen baths, massages, facial and beauty treatments. It’s another way for you to indulge in a Japanese hot spring without leaving Singapore. You can opt for their spa packages here, if you see yourself visiting on a frequent basis.