The 10 Best Massage Parlours in Singapore

A calming massage that soothes the soul
A calming massage that soothes the soul | © Amrita Ayurveda

Wandering about Singapore can be a tiring expedition so it’s key to relax and rejuvenate your mind and body. What better way to unwind than to visit some of the best massage parlours in the Lion City.

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What’s fascinating about Singapore’s massage parlours is the massive variety of styles they have on offer. A lot of it is regionally-inspired, with various treatment regimes to help you relax and regain your energy – removing restlessness and fatigue you never even knew you had. To help in your search for relaxation, here are the 10 best massage parlours in Singapore.

Sabaai Sabaai Traditional Thai Massage

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Sabaai Sabaai Traditional Thai Massage
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Offering a whole series of packages focusing on treating different parts of the body, Sabaai Sabaai Traditional Thai Massage is a great place to get an authentic Thai massage without having to step into the Land of Smiles. Even the busiest bodies will find a quick 30-minute treatment will leave you rejuvenated, ready to go about your day with a spring in your step.

Tang Dynasty Massage & Spa

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If you have some stubborn knots in your body that need untangling, Tang Dynasty Massage & Spa could well be the answer. This Chinese-style massage parlour has some interesting therapies such as Ba Guan, which is a classical form of massage that involves the use of suction cups to aid blood flow in the body so it heals better.

Healing Touch

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If you’re looking for something a little different, Healing Touch offers some great massage services that will erase all your cramps and knots. One of their most popular services is the award-winning Deep Tissue Massage, which helps ease chronic aches and problematic muscles, giving new life to your body. Definitely worth trying to give yourself some much-needed healing.

Grand Spa

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Grand Spa is a massage parlour that offers a number of diverse therapies, from Swedish massage to Shiatsu – a Japanese massage involving finger pressing that melts away any tension in your body. The place itself is splendid and quite grand. Spread over three floors, all masseuses are trained and highly experienced in their niche methods of treatment.

Ayur Centre

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If you’ve ever wondered how an Ayurvedic massage is done, this place might just be what you’re looking for. Inspired by South Asian styles and methods, Ayurvedic massage seeks to fully heal and cleanse the body through the use of oils on the body. They offer different types of massage in classical styles, allowing you to experience a truly ancient practice.

Healthland Traditional Thai & Oil Massage

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A no-holds barred massage parlour that will painstakingly break all your aches and knots with precision. Healthland Traditional Thai Massage has a loyal following who swear by its efficacy. They offer a really intense massage session where they will bend, stretch and distort your body to rejig you into shape. Located in the historical South Bridge Road, this should definitely be on your list while exploring Singapore.

Green Apple Spa

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With a reputation for some of the greatest foot massages anywhere in Singapore, Green Apple Spa has highly dedicated masseuses who will go above and beyond in getting to the root of your problems. This care has made Green Apple Spa a sought-after massage parlour for that annoying backache or muscle tension that others cannot solve.

Amrita Ayurveda

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A tranquil space with a strong Vedic focus, Amrita Ayurveda specialises in medicinal massage with a focus on healing. Much of it is achieved through the ancient (and rejuvenating) technique of applying herbs and minerals on the body. They have a variety of different massage therapies on offer and Culture Trip recommends consulting beforehand with the highly experienced staff to pick out what is most suitable for you.


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The ever-popular Natureland is a place you’ll never want to leave once you lay down your head. Their highly sought-after and capable staff are trained to personally consult and implement a massage session that is tailored to you. They offer a number of different services, from calming foot massages to body therapies for more extensive care. They even have a traditional Chinese massage called ‘Tui Na’. Tui Na is essentially a type of pinch and pull technique used in traditional Chinese medicine that focuses on balancing the yin and yang energies within yourself.

OD Wellness

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OD Wellness is a more unique parlour that offers some really niche types of massages. For one, they are renowned for their Hot Stone Therapy which goes above and beyond in calming strained muscles, and aids in repairing soft tissue cells. Another treatment is Gua Sha Therapy, which involves scraping off skin in order to fix and clean off impurities, activating the cells better. It’s even believed to help with your body’s resistance to illnesses.

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