Banyan Tree Spa Offers Guests A Sanctuary Of The Senses

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We don’t need an excuse to pamper and treat ourselves because we deserve it. In this fact-paced society, we are always rushing for a deadline or an appointment. Therefore, when we get the rare moment to ourselves, we should treat our body right. Speaking of a luxurious retreat, we often think of places where we can escape from the hustle and bustle of life. Banyan Tree Spa Marina Bay Sands offers exactly that – a haven for physical, mental and spiritual renewal.


Banyan Tree Spa Singapore

Unveiling an oasis in the sky, Banyan Tree Spa Marina Bay Sands marks Banyan Tree’s very first spa in Singapore. Created as an urban spa, it infuses the sleek glamour of its modern interior of staging sensual, spiritual and Asian-inspired experience. Its spa philosophy focuses on a non-clinical and holistic ‘high-touch, low-tech’ approach that celebrates the human touch and the use of natural herbs and spices.

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The Banyan Tree Signature

Well-loved spa treatments include the signature body massages, body scrubs, facials and beauty treatments. At Banyan Tree Spa, they offer the Master Therapist Experience. It is a specially tailored treatment using a repertoire of massage techniques and tools. The highly skilled Master Therapist will understand the profile of each guest before customising a package best suited to meet his or her needs.

All treatment room names are inspired by Orchid – the national flower of Singapore. The signature treatment – Harmony Banyan harnesses the power of the Orchid. This 150-minute indulgent treatment is performed by two therapists who synchronise in physique and movements to bring about a harmonious sense of well-being. It comprises an Orchid Scrub, Harmony Banyan massage using specially concocted Orchid massage oil, Head & Foot massage and concludes with a Therapeutic Orchid Bath.

A Banyan Tree Spa innovation is none other than the 150-minute Tropical Rainmist experience. It is a rejuvenating combination of Rainmist, Steam Bath and cascading Rain Shower to uplift your senses as a prelude to the luxurious body treatment that follows.

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The Birth of Banyan Tree Spa

Banyan Tree Spa opened in Phuket, Thailand in 1994. It pioneered the tropical garden spa concept with its Asian therapies and holistic focus on spiritual, mental and physical harmony. It also reintroduced ablend of ancient health and beauty practices which have been passed down from generations.

The team of professional spa therapists is trained based on the stringent curriculum of the accredited Banyan Tree Spa Academies to ensure quality delivery of high standards of the Banyan Tree Spa experience to all guests. Established in May 2001, Banyan Tree Spa Academy Phuket is the first of its kind in Thailand, accredited by Thailand’s Ministries of Education and Public Health for its rigorous training program, followed by the opening of another Spa Academy in Bintan, Indonesia.

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A Higher Purpose To Banyan Tree

Banyan Tree is the place for discerning spa lovers, who enjoy exclusivity and privacy. It is a retreat for souls who place importance on natural wellness rituals or seek an intimate retreat for rejuvenation.

In their view, the mission of business and the purpose of growth are to build a better society for all. They see sustainability, in terms of the benefit to the communities they operate in. This is Banyan Tree’s ethos and continues to be the guiding principle.

 

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“our founder envisioned a spa which emphasises on the human touch and natural wellness therapies. Hence, the concept of Banyan Tree Spa was born – a tropical garden spa. Where there can be complete rejuvenation from head to toe, featuring the intuitive art of touch of our spa therapists and time-honoured wellness traditions.”

– Banyan Tree Spa Marina Bay Sands


Head to the Sanctuary of Senses for an experience like no other: