Top Massage Spas in Singapore

What is massage?                                                                                  

Massage is a general term for rubbing, pressing, and manipulating your muscles, skin, ligaments and tendons. Massages may range from light stroking to deep tissue, so depending on your needs and tolerant level, there are different types of massage for you to choose from.

Here are some massage spas for you to consider: 

Aramsa Top Massage Spas in Singapore


Aramsa Spa

Pricing Starting from SGD 98 for massages
Address 1384 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Singapore 569932

Located in Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

Contact  +65 6456 6556
Operating Hours Monday to Thursday: 10 AM to 8 PM

Friday and Saturday: 10 AM to 10 PM

Sunday: 10 AM to 9 PM

Review 1 Visited the spa with my wife for her birthday and took the 2-hour spa package which included a body wrap, a massage and a rose bath. Great venue tucked away in a park with nice spa rooms. do take the time to explain what level of pressure you want for the massage, as the default is quite light.

By Adi Prasad

Review 2 The scenery and the location are beautiful. You’d feel like you stepped into a resort in Bintan  I loved the message so much that I fell asleep. afterwards, I was brought to the lounge and served ginger lemongrass tea and some biscuits which really ended my spa session well. If you are looking for a truly rejuvenating experience, this is the place to go.

By Clara Ccyy

Review 3 Been going to them for the past 8 years or even more. Love it because most of their therapist state the same. And the quality of massage has maintained over the years. Inner respite is what we always go for. I will always make it a point to inform the therapist on the spot if we found the pressure to be too soft, and they will increase the pressure to your liking. To be honest, we don’t get any oiling service before because winter respite is deep tissue. So I guess it depends on the massage you go for as well. End of the day, we will not settle for somewhere else because consistency matters a lot for me.

By Carolina Tan


Damai Top Massage Spas in Singapore


Damai Spa Singapore

Pricing Starting from SGD 90 for massages
Address 10 Scotts Road, Grand Hyatt, Singapore 228211
Contact  +65 6416 7156
Operating Hours Monday to Sunday: 10 AM to 10 PM
Review 1 I come here regularly to work out. The front office staff at Damai are very helpful and attentive. The gym machines are well maintained. Spa facilities include a sauna, jacuzzi, steam room, relaxation room and a plunge pool. Spa facilities are very clean and guests are usually respectful.

By Marsyita Mohtar

Review 2 If you have a late flight and some time on your hands after check out without a place to stay, the hotel provides an area within Damai that serves as a guest resting area, where you can use the shower room, locker, pool facilities, jacuzzi, sauna, exercise equipment and waiting area where they provide a self-serve coffee machine. A very comfortable and convenient facility for travellers. Just need to check-in at the front reception and you are all set.

By Kenneth Lui

Review 3 You got a nice view from above, the rooms are awesome, everything’s perfect the site is pretty much close to malls or wherever you want to go. Overall I love the place. Keep it up!

By Jesryl Dacer




Kimiyo Spa

Address 101 Killiney Road, Singapore 239544
Contact  Telephone: +65 6235 7768

Email: [email protected]


Resorts World Top Massage Spas in Singapore



Pricing Starting from SGD 100 for massages
Address 8 Sentosa Gateway, ESPA, Singapore 098269
Contact  +65 6577 8880
Operating Hours Temporarily Closed
Review 1 This is the best place to just leave all your troubles behind and just relax at the moment. There is a choice of hot and cold dip pools and also hot sauna and a hot steam room. If you want to pamper yourself or your loved ones, there is the ESPA signature massage.

By Kevin Shanmugam

Review 2 Worth the money! Amazing Turkish spa and massage experience. Beautiful pools and sleep pods, lovely staff and grounds. Worth the trip for the lemongrass tea alone! And the food was amazing. Highly recommended.

By Jess M

Review 3 We had a wonderful day here. The staff are so friendly and hospitable, from arrival to departure. We were addressed by the name the whole time. The treatment was excellent, personalised to what we wanted/needed. The food at Tangerine was superb. Most spa areas are single seed, recommend booking a villa to spend time with your partner if necessary or don’t if you want some peace and quietness. The villa was like a fully appointed hotel room, we didn’t want to leave! Very quiet and felt very exclusive.

By Darryl Brown


Elements Top Massage Spas in Singapore


Elements Wellness 

Pricing Call to ask for pricing
Address 176 Orchard Road, #02-28 The Centrepoint, Singapore 238843

2 Orchard turn #1-30 ION Orchard, Singapore 238801

Contact  The Centrepoint : +65 6737 8488

ION : +65 6738 3788

Operating Hours The Centrepoint

Monday to Friday: 11 AM to 9 PM

Saturday and Sunday: 10:30 Am to 8 PM


Monday to Friday: 11 AM to 9 PM

Saturday and Sunday: 10:30 AM to 8 PM

Review 1 Great experience! Impressed by their professionalism! I have an eczema skin condition. My therapist, Felicia, always takes good care of my skin.

By Rin Low

Review 2 Great hospitality and very skilled and experienced masseuse. I have been a client since day 1when they fist had their branch at The Cathay and their service has been consistently good.

By Clifford Lau

Review 3 We are long time and regular customers. The new location in Centrepoint is near and clean and we love our masseuses – Lisa and Kiwi. They are very professional and with good massage technic. We always feel very relaxed and refreshed after each visit. The counter staff there is also very friendly.

By Bonnie Lee


Gspa Top Massage Spas in Singapore


G Spa

Pricing Starting from SGD 155 for massages
Address 102 Guillemard Road, #02-02, Singapore 399719
Contact  +65 6280 8988
Operating Hours Open for 24 hours
Review 1 The spa ambience is warm and cosy and the staff are courteous and friendly. I like the background relaxing music, you can hear them even when you are inside the sauna or steam room. Compared to a lot of 5-star hotel spas, the steam room is definitely one of the better one. Well maintained and I like te part where it is divided into 3 sections of heat where you can enjoy the level of heat which you are most comfortable with. there are two jacuzzi pool, one indoor and one outdoor. Overall, great experience.

By Wendy Wendy

Review 2 Gspa s heavenly! They got the tastiest food and best spa services in Singapore. Masseurs are superb, you can practically spend your whole day there. It feels like being on a short trip. Will definitely go back again, it feels really good.

By Juan Sim

Review 3 As always, one of the return spot for 24 hours spa and facility for individual or group rest, relax and chiong. Group meeting possible. Corporate package advisable. Hope there are better packages to encourage membership signup. Alternative parking atHDB or office space nearby.

By Chia Kun Xiang


Green Apple Top Massage Spas in Singapore


Green Apple Spa

Pricing Call to ask for pricing
Address 765 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198733
+65 6299 1555
Operating Hours Monday to Sunday: 12 PM to 4 AM
Review 1 Very good massage at this place. The first floor is mainly for a foot massage. The second floor is for body massage. For those who want to have privacy, there are two VIP rooms available on the first floor. I did body massage on the first floor VIP room foot massage chair. It was very comfortable. I Will visit again.

By B

Review 2 Been a long time customer of Green Apple Spa. The massage techniques are not bad and are highly dependent on which masseuse you are assigned. Chairs felt a bit dated although were luxurious and the foot massage area has a large projector TV showing movies. Calming atmosphere but prices are high.

By Gerald Tan

Review 3 Almost always perfect massage experience. All I want is a strong, consistent masseuse who knows where and when to apply the right amount of pressure on pressure points. Has been same experience 8 out of 10 times.

By Jason Phua


Heart Springs Spa Top Massage Spas in Singapore


Heart Springs Spa

Pricing Call to ask for pricing
Address Hougang : 90 #04-09 Hougang Avenue 10, NTUC Hougang Mall, Singapore 538766

Tampines : 10 Tampines Central 1, #05-15/16, Singapore 529537

Tiong Bahru : 302 Tiong Bahru Road, #04-102 Tiong Bahru Plaza, Singapore 168732

Contact  Hougang : NA

Tampines : +65 6481 9850

Tiong Bahru : +65 6278 9622

Operating Hours Hougang : Monday to Sunday: 10 AM to 9:30 PM

Tampines : Monday to Sunday: 10 AM to 9:30 PM

Tiong Bahru : Monday to Sunday: 10 AM to 9:30 PM

Review 1 Spring Into A Better You! HEART SPRINGS SPA is an exquisite spa that allows you to indulge your mind. Simply devoted to authenticity and harmony, the wide range of beauty services available at HEART SPRINGS SPA includes facials, massages, foot reflexology, hydro-therapies, body polishes, bust enhancement, ear handling, IPL hair removal, IPL anti-acne and eyebrow embroidery.

By Yu Lei Liu

Review 2 I have been going to them on and off for neck and shoulder massages for years, sometimes with a package and sometimes a la carte. And I come back satisfied almost all the time. No hard sell and the masseuse are friendly and easy to talk to.



Nature Land Top Massage Spas in Singapore


Nature Land Spa

Pricing Starting from SGD 32.10 for foot massages
Address Orchard : 160 Orchard Road, Singapore 238842

Valley Point : 491 River Valley Road, Singapore 248371

Robertson Walk : 11 Unity Street #01-08/09 Robertson Walk Singapore 237995

Holland Village : 29/29 A Lorong Liput Singapore 277740

Springvale East Coast : 907 East Coast Road #01-04/05 Springvale, Singapore 459107

Chijmes : 30 Victoria Street #1-01/02, Singapore 187996

Orchard Liat Towers : 541 Orchard Road #02-01, #03-01 Liat towers Singapore 238881

Contact  Orchard : +65 6235 6780

Valley Point : +65 6338 6780

Robertson Walk : +65 6733 6780

Holland Village : +65 6467 6780

Springvale East Coast : +65 6445 6780

Chijmes : +65 6266 6780

Orchard Liat Towers : +65 6767 6780

Operating Hours Orchard : Monday to Sunday: 9 AM to 4 AM

Valley Point : Monday to Sunday: 9 AM to 3 AM

Robertson Walk : Monday to Sunday: 9 AM to 10:30 PM

Holland Village: Monday to Sunday: 9 AM to 10:30 PM

Chijmes: Monday to Sunday: 9 AM to 10:30 PM

Orchard Liat Towers: Monday to Sunday: 9 AM to 4 AM

Review 1 Had a 90-minute massage here and the standard met and exceeded what I’m used to in the US. The staff was professional and the establishment was very clean. My massage was great and I especially enjoyed the ginger tea afterward!

By Michelle Li

Review 2 Natureland at Liat towers (Orchard) is a worth visit place with nice interior, polite, and professional personnel, very attentive to your questions and needs, high quality of all procedures.

By Claudia Tan

Review 3 Always love their foot massage! Masseurs are brilliant and no nonsense, above all almost open 24/7 what else you could ask for – 24/7, lean, professional, and brilliant! Perfect place to relax.

By Manu Pandey


Remede Top Massage Spas in Singapore


Remede Spa

Pricing Starting from SGD 108 for massages
Address Remède Spa at The St. Regis Singapore, 29 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247911
Contact  +65 6506 6896
Operating Hours Monday to Sunday: 10 AM to 7 PM
Review 1 I used this spa when I visited Singapore in July 2019. I took the early morning slot at 9 am. The masseuse was Elvina. She was thoroughly professional and the massage was excellent – it was an hour-long treatment and I felt completely refreshed at the end of it. The massage room and the facilities inside the spa were modern and very clean. There was a part of the spa that was undergoing renovation and the management had posted an apology for it; otherwise, it was a wonderful experience for the cost.

By Narayanan Subramanian

Review 2 The spa ambience is warm and cosy and the staffs are courteous and friendly. I like the background relaxing music, you can hear them even when you are inside the sauna or steam room. Compared to a lot of 5-star hotel spas, the steam room is definitely one of the better ones. Well maintained and I like the part where it is divided into 3 sections of heat where you can enjoy the level of heat which you are most comfortable with. There are two jacuzzi pools, one indoor and one outdoor. Overall, great experience.

By Ping Soon Wong

Review 3 Excellent spa! The therapist William has 20= experience and he was able to help release a few of my knots. This is one of the best massages I have ever had.

By Kijay Kimis


Sofitel Top Massage Spas in Singapore


So Spa

Pricing Starting from SGD 180 for massages
Address 30 Allanbrooke Road, Singapore 099983
Contact  +65 6708 8358
Operating Hours Monday to Sunday: 10 AM to 9 AM
Review 1 Nice spa, my hubby treated me here for my birthday. I would like to give thanks to one of the massage therapists named daniel, he was very handsome, I felt his strong hands around my body which was very refreshing and rejuvenating!

By Karen Karen

Review 2 Beautiful environment with hospitable staff. great to relax and chill by the poolside. Delicious acai bowl. Complimentary ginger tea and fruit infused water. Even got a complimentary mini raspberry sorbet by the pool. A real treat under the hot sun.

By Charis Wan

Review 3 Had a really nice spa day with a girlfriend, did a 2.5-hour coconut spa (scrub, wrap, hair mask, massage) and it was very lovely. My therapist Pauline had great skills and I felt at ease in her hands. Do ask for her if you’re going! We had access to the indoor pool/mud bath, it was decent but I did think it would be a lot more well maintained given the brand associated. Overall a fun and would do it again! Left the spa feeling refreshed and rejuvenated 🙂

By April Hoon


The Thai Spa Top Massage Spas in Singapore


The Thai Spa

Pricing Starting from SGD 98 for massages
Address Suntec City Mall, Tower 1, North Wing, Level 3, #324, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038983
Contact  +65 8182 8272
Operating Hours Monday to Sunday: 11 AM to 9:30 PM
Review 1 I had an hour-long Balinese body massage – the staff there destroyed mu body in a good way. Had my back clicking in places and ways that I didn’t think possible. They even clicked my toes. My toes. God, it was good.

By Felix W

Review 2 One of the best spas that I have ever visited and today was my very first massage that was exquisite. the therapists here are experienced. Sophia at the front desk is so charming and friendly; she treats both her customers and her therapist with affection. This place is gifted with talents. Kudos to the team, please continue to keep up the excellent work.

By Vasumathy MS

Review 3 Excellent service from start to finish. Staff were very welcoming and the entire session was so relaxing. The ambience was good and the place was clean as well. Would definitely recommend this place to my friends!

By Yongwen Tan


Mandarin Oriental Top Massage Spas in Singapore


The Spa

Pricing Starting from SGD 270 for massages
Address 5 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039797
Contact  +65 6885 3533
Operating Hours Monday to Sunday: 10 AM to 11 PM
Review 1 Extremely professional. Peaceful separate areas to relax beforehand and after the actual session. You get to choose the sent of your massage oil before they start. Wonderful experience.

By Kelly Mack

Review 2 Had a 90-minute treatment here while on holiday and it was amazing. Not my first visit but the first time I wanted to write a review. I was greeted in reception, given a tea and a cold towel to relax me. After changing g and sitting in the relaxation room, my therapist met me and introduced herself. She asked about injuries and massage pressure, as selected the toil for my treatment. The massage was amazing and so relaxing. Unlike other places, there was no outside noise to distract from the experience. The pressure was firm when needed and certainly helped get the knots out of my shoulders. The time flew and I could hardly believe the 90-minute treatment was over! Highly recommended.

By Dave Rodwell

Review 3 Best massage of all time. Treated like royalty. Love the special touches.

By Sandie Galloway


Tang Dynasty Top Massage Spas in Singapore


Tang Dynasty Wellness Spa

Pricing Starting from SGD 45 for massages
Address 790 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198758
Contact  +65 6894 6466
Operating Hours Monday to Sunday: 10 AM to 10:30 PM
Review 1 This place will let you experience what does the world relaxing truly means. the place gives you the soothing and comfy feeling. the room where they will massage you has dim light and you can really fall asleep in just a few minutes. The therapists are highly skilled and professional. You can definitely relax and rejuvenate in this massage place.

By Rambach Thachaw

Review 2 Love this place. This is the 3rd time I have visited with my fiance and even brought my family along before and my family is now loving this place too. This place has become our first thing in mind every time we needed a really really good massage. Amazing quality for a reasonable value! It’s also clean and no bad odours which I am sensitive to so that’s a plus point. Their booking system is also smooth and everyone inside is friendly. Their massages are always on point without having to tell them. They are always fully booked most days so you should book in advance. Can’t wait for the next visit. So glad to have found Tang Dynasty by such a random chance.

By IV Music

Review 3 Nice cosy place. Ambience is warm and inviting. The masseuse is expertly trained and go the extra mile to ensure comfort whilst performing her therapeutic work. I would come back again. Price is reasonable too.

By Joseph Ong


Willow Stream Spa Top Massage Spas in Singapore


Willow Stream Spa

Pricing Starting from SGD 219 for massages
Address 80 Bras Basah Road, Fairmont, 06-Fairmont, Singapore 189560
Contact  +65 6431 5600
Operating Hours Monday to Sunday: 7 AM to 9 PM
Review 1 Facial, Body Massages, Aromatherapy, Foot Reflexology

Willow Stream Spa offers a variety of different authentically inspired massage, body treatment and facials for all your individual skincare needs using premium spa products. Choose from 23 luxurious treatment rooms, including couple suites featuring private jacuzzis that will give you tat retreat haven away from the hectic urbanite life.

By Yu Lei Liu

Review 2 Had a facial here and it was a great experience. There was a member of staff looking after me at every point. My facial with Stella was amazing. She knows what she’s doing and is super professional. Would definitely come back!

By Michelle Li

Review 3 Truly relaxable and rechargeable place. their massage was wonderful and hospitality was also superb. Highly recommended spa.

By Keiko Ono


Yunomori Top Massage Spas in Singapore


Yunomori Onsen & Spa

Pricing Call to ask for pricing
Address 1 Stadium Place, #02-17/18 Wave Mall, Singapore 397628
Contact  +65 6386 4126
Operating Hours Monday to Sunday: 10 AM to 10 PM
Review 1 Great place to relax and reflect. Glad there is a great Onsen here in Singapore! Not a huge fan of the TVs, but it doesn’t bother me too much. Looking forward to visiting you again after the upgrade!

By Matthieu Sneep

Review 2 It should be a place visited once regardless of which outlet they have in the world. I visited the Singapore branch in Kallang Wave Mall. the facilities are very comfortable, clean and tidy.

By Esther Wooh

Review 3 Great place to relax. I went there Friday afternoon, spend half a day! There is 3 to 4 people in the spa. I could enjoy each bath widely. (Soda bath, Steam sauna, Jet bath) After a bath I took a Thai massage for 1 hour. the therapist has great technique (I had experience took Thai massage many times) The food in the cafe is ok. An extensive line-up of Japanese food. My favourite place is the relaxing lounge. There was a lot of spacious sheet for personal, quiet, I slept for a few hours. I hope the facility and service level keep it up.

By Satsuki Watanabe


Benefits of massage 

Massage is generally regarded as part of integrative and complementary medicine. Massage is being increasingly offered for medical conditions and situations. Studies have shown that massage is an effective treatment for reducing muscle tension, pain, and stress. 

Risks of massage

While the majority of people can benefit from massage, however, massage may not be suitable or appropriate if you have the following conditions: 

  • Bleeding disorders 
  • On blood-thinning medication
  • Burns or wounds that are healing 
  • Fractures
  • Deep vein thrombosis
  • Severe osteoporosis
  • Severe thrombocytopenia 

If you’re unsure whether you are a suitable candidate for massage, consult your doctor and discuss the pros and cons with your doctor, especially if you experience unexplained pain. 

How long does a massage session last?

A massage session may last anywhere from 10 to 120 minutes, and it all depends on the type of massage you choose and the amount of time you have on hand for the massage session. 

Finding a massage therapist

There are so many spas out there offering massage services and finding the right massage therapist for you is hard work. You can consider asking a trusted family member or friend, or even your doctor for massage therapist recommendation. Do remember to ask a massage therapist some questions before you engage with the person. 

  • Is the massage therapist licensed, certified or registered massage therapist? 
  • The massage therapist’s training and experience in the massage industry
  • The number of massage sessions recommended for you
  • Can health insurance cover the massage session?  

Preparing yourself for a massage

Before going for a massage session, it helps to prepare yourself mentally. A massage session would be the most beneficial when you are in a calm and relaxed state. No matter what type of massage you choose to do, you should feel relaxed and calm during and after the massage session. 

What a message session should not feel like 

A massage session should not be uncomfortable or extremely painful. If your massage therapist is pushing too hard, simply ask for lighter pressure. Sometimes you may encounter a sensitive spot in a muscle that feels like a knot, and it is most likely going to be uncomfortable. However, when it becomes too painful to bear, alert your massage therapist. 

What to expect during a massage 

There is nothing, in particular, you should prepare for a massage. However, do be prepared to tell your massage therapist about your medical history, any symptoms, and what you hope to get out of the massage session.  

In a typical massage session, you would be asked to undress or wear loose-fitting clothes. Only undress if you feel comfortable enough to do so. Normally, you lie down on a table and cover yourself with a sheet or towel. There is also an option to enjoy a massage while sitting on a chair, with clothes on. 

Your massage therapist may use lotion or oil to reduce friction on your skin, depending on preference. Be sure to alert your massage therapist on any allergies you have. 

What to expect after a massage

Some massage can leave you feeling somewhat sore the next day, but no massage should feel uncomfortable or extremely painful. If you experience any sharp pain or something doesn’t feel right, voice it out immediately and perhaps terminate the massage session. 

Types of massages

Swedish massage 

Swedish massage is ideal for people who are new to massage, are sensitive to touch, and have a lot of tension. Swedish massage helps to release muscle knots, and it is a good option if you want to relax fully during a massage. Your massage therapist will use kneading, deep, circular motions, vibration and tapping, long, flowing strokes, and passive joint movement techniques for the massage. 

Deep massage

A deep massage is a good option is you have injuries, soreness, or imbalance, which are commonly known as chronic muscle problems. Deep massage can help to ease chronic muscle pain, relieve tight muscles, and anxiety. Your massage therapist will use deep finger pressure and slow strokes to relieve your muscles’ deepest layers and connective tissues. 

Sports massage 

If you have a repetitive use injury to a muscle or you are prone to injuries, sports massage is a good option to consider because it can be used to prevent sports injuries and relieve pain. Furthermore, sports massage can also help to increase performance and flexibility. The massage therapist may focus on specific areas of the body that needs the most attention while applying deep pressure and soothing strokes. 

Trigger point massage

Trigger point massages are most suited for people who have injuries, chronic pain, or a specific issue or condition. Sometimes, the trigger points, also known as the tightness areas in the muscle tissues, can cause severe pain in other parts of the body. Trigger point massage uses flowing, broad strokes that are relaxing and gentle together with deeper and stronger pressure. 

Thai massage 

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Thai massage is most suitable for people who want a more active form of massage while also reducing and relieving stress and pain. Thai massage can also help to improve flexibility, blood circulation and energy levels. Thai massage works your entire body using a sequence of movements that are similar to yoga stretching. Your massage therapist will use their fingers and palms to apply firm pressure to your body. 

Prenatal massage 

Prenatal massage can be a safe alternative to a regular massage for pregnant women. Prenatal massage help to reduce body aches, ease muscle tension, and reduce the stress that women may experience during pregnancy. Pretanal massage uses mild pressure. The massage therapist will focus on areas such as your legs, hips, and lower back. If you have had experienced pain in any parts of your legs, consult your doctor before going for a massage. 


Going for a massage session may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but it’s worth a shot if you have yet to try it out. Massage can be a powerful tool that help you improve your health and well-being. Do take note that not everyone is suitable for massages, and not everyone will benefit from massage. Do consult with your doctor if you are unsure whether you should go for a massage. 

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