Bustling with thriving business districts, shopping centres, and a vibrant nightlife, Singapore is famous for being a lively country.

But Singaporeans know that it’s essential that we all take a break from life’s hustle and bustle too, and this is why it’s home to some of the best spas in the region.

Banyan Tree Spa Singapore

2 masseuses massaging a lady lying on a bedCredit: Marina Bay Sands Banyan Tree Spa

The Marina Bay Sands hotel is home to the tranquil Banyan Tree Spa. From classic massages to purifying facials, they offer an impressive 35 therapeutic treatments. In addition to a relaxing time alone, this upscale spa even caters to couples.

Its star service, however, is the 210-minute Harmony Banyan experience. Inspired by the country’s national flower, customers will be pampered by two therapists who will guide you through this comprehensive and holistic spa treatment.

Plus, you’ll be treated to a panoramic view of Singapore, since the spa is situated on the resort’s 55th floor.

Signature treatments Duration Price
Sense of Place – Harmony Banyan 210 min SGD 1,591
Royal Banyan 150 min SGD 686
Tropical Rainmist 120 min SGD 583
Master Therapist Experience 90 min SGD 427

10 Bayfront Avenue Tower 1, Level 55 Hotel Marina Bay Sands, 018956
6688 8825

Remède Spa Singapore

An indoor spa pool with marble and wood interior designCredit: Remède Spa

After a tiring shop down Orchard Road, wouldn’t a trip to the spa sound terrific? Thankfully, the opportunity to relax is right there when you hit the end of Orchard and step onto Tanglin Road, as you’ll find the Remède Spa at the swanky St. Regis Hotel.

Condé Nast Traveler notes that it is regarded as one of the best spas in Singapore, and you’ll surely feel pampered here since their services are centred around the calming element of water.

That said, Singaporeans have always had an affinity with the art of swimming, and Remède has translated that love into their treatments. Whether it’s their hydrating facials that focus on the molecular level of your skin or their signature Vichy Shower massage on a heated marble bed, this spa is a state-of-the-art establishment that can be another water oasis of yours in the country.

Signature treatments Duration Price
Argan Oil and Alum Stone Face and Body Ritual 120 min SGD 399
Black Soap and Rassoul Hammam Ritual 90 min SGD 325
Warm Jade Stone Massage 90 min SGD 310
Cooling Jade Facial 90 min SGD 285
Warm Vichy Shower Massage 60 min SGD 250

The St. Regis Singapore, 29 Tanglin Road Singapore 247911
6506 6896

ESPA Singapore

2 masseuses in uniform massaging 1 lady each lying on bedsCredit: Resorts World Sentosa

For a refreshing cleanse both inside and out, you can head over to the excellent ESPA, which sprawls across over 10,000 square meters. Nestled in the tropical grounds of Sentosa, this spa has a wide array of facilities like saunas, a crystal steam room, and a Japanese Onsen-style pool.

What’s not to be missed here is their Intro to Detox day retreat, as this service goes the extra mile by not only pampering you with two signature ESPA treatments of your choice, but also educates you on how to lead a healthier lifestyle.

This is wonderful news for your wellbeing, since Pretty Me’s Detoxi Slim review highlights how detoxing can lead to cleaner intestines and a healthy liver if treated correctly. Following ESPA’s wellness program will teach you how to prioritise the relaxation of your mind, body, and soul.

Signature treatments Duration Price
ESPA Time 120 min Call to enquire
Energy Balancing Body Treatment 120 min

8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269 (Opposite Equarius Hotel)
6577 8880

St. Gregory Spa Singapore

A masseuse placing towels on massage bedsCredit: St. Gregory Spa

Tucked away in the garden-concept hotel PARKROYAL on Pickering, the St. Gregory Spa has both harmonious treatments and facilities that will surely take away the troubles of their customers.

It has signature spa services like massages, baths, and facials suitable for both men and women. You can wind down even further with the blissful options of relaxing in a jacuzzi or going on a stroll at their lush garden with a complimentary cup of tea.

What’s more, this spa offers the restorative Chinese massage called Tui Na. Verywell Health experts note that this type of therapy can aid a laundry list of health ailments, such as back pain, arthritis, and muscle spasms.

By partaking in this form of traditional therapy, the spa’s in-house Chinese physicians will practise different acupressure methods on your body. In turn, your whole body will feel renewed, as Tui Na is believed to heal your body’s energy flow.

Signature treatments Available at Duration Price
Alicante Hot and Cold Stone Therapy Pan Pacific Singapore 75 min SGD 200
Elemis Well-being PARKROYAL on Pickering 75 min SGD 200
Ayurveda Therapy – Shirodhara PARKROYAL on Beach Road 45 min SGD 180
Computer Aided Cosmetology Instrument (CACI) Ultimate Booster Facial 45 min SGD 150

Pan Pacific Singapore
7 Raffles Boulevard Marina Square, Level 4 Singapore 039595
PARKROYAL on Beach Road
7500 Beach Road, Level 4 Singapore 199591
PARKROYAL on Pickering
3 Upper Pickering Street, Level 5 Singapore 058289
6809 8870

Benefits of Spa Go Beyond Relaxation

While it’s common knowledge that visiting a spa is a great way to relax, it offers many health benefits as well. They help you sleep better, relieve body aches and pain, support weight loss and even improve your skin condition.

With so many spas scattered around Singapore, you don’t have to travel far for a rejuvenating experience!

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Intrigued by celebrity and influencer gossips, Bernice is passionate about finding the latest scandals and good deals to get a bang for her buck! Her closest friends know her as someone who has an irrational love for Disney's Stitch and an unwavering loyalty to KOI.

Bernice Quek

Bernice Quek

Intrigued by celebrity and influencer gossips, Bernice is passionate about finding the latest scandals and good deals to get a bang for her buck! Her closest friends know her as someone who has an irrational love for Disney's Stitch and an unwavering loyalty to KOI.

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