Best Spa In Singapore
Rightly speaking, the best spa in Singapore should leave you feeling like royalty, completely relaxed and totally de-stressed.
That’s what we all crave for every once in a while, don’t we?
Give the hectic hustle and bustle of metropolitan life in the city of Singapore, where most people are overworked, underpaid, highly stressed and immensely tired, it is no wonder that more and more spas and massage parlors are springing up all over the island.
And because Singaporeans (and foreigners) are getting more sophisticated in their preferences, the spas are also ramping their range and complexity of their offerings to cater to both male and female, young and old.
Best Spa In Singapore
It is now more common than not to see services that includes not only massages and facials, but other pampering treats such as full body scrub and wraps, saunas, and even manicure and pedicure.
Some of you might go for specific services because you enjoy a particular type of treatment more.
Others might spoil themselves a little more by opting for the full suite of services to treat themselves from head to toe.
There are those who consider the best spa in Singapore to be found in high end hotels such as The Oriental Spa in Mandarin Oriental. Understandably, a top-notch hotel that tends to attract visitors with deeper pocket will want to provide impeccable service and facilities to their guests. So it’s not a surprise that the standard of their spa is first class too.
At the same time, there are some spas that are not situated in a hotel but are not the least bit inferior. These spas, such as The Estheva Spa in Ion Orchard, also boasts a range of exquisite services that can satisfy even the most demanding “tai tai”s.
Depending on where you visit, you may expect the salespeople there to encourage you to sign up special bundled packages that can cost up to the tens of thousands of dollars for a series of treatments.
Needless to say, these are the higher end ones. There are of course others that cater to the middle income group of people, mostly white collar working adults who want nothing more than a simple massage to relieve them of the stresses of their employment.
At the end of the day, I do suppose the “best spa in Singapore” is the one that does what you’d like for it to do … whether it’s for a relaxing day out or a tension relieving therapy. Have fun!