Getting a Good Massage in Singapore

by Jen
(Tasmania)

My daughter and I have a four hour stop over in Singapore and were wondering if we would be able to have a relaxing therapeutic massage at the airport before we catch our connecting flight.

Also:

How much does this cost?

What times would they be open?

What else is available to us on a short stop over?

On our way back we will be staying in Singapore for four days - any suggestions of where to go for therapeutic massages and day pampering?

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Getting a Good Massage in Singapore

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Jan 27, 2009
Massage Galore at Singapore Airport
by: Gabriel Tan

Hi Jen

as far as massage services at Singapore Airport is concerned, you'll be spoilt for choice.

Of good value is My Foot Reflexology. They have 2 branches in the transit/departure areas of the Singapore Airport:

1. Terminal 1 near Gate C16
2. Terminal 2 near Gate E6

No worries if you are arriving at Terminal 3, as the transit areas of all the 3 main terminals are inter-linked. Take the Skytrain to one of the branches mentioned above.


Question: What times would they be open?

They are open from 7am to 1am daily.


Question: How much does this cost?

Prices:
Ranges from about S$20 for a 20-minute upper body massage to about S$103 for a 90-minute full body massage.


Apart from My Foot Reflexology, you may also get massage services at the following:

1. Rainforest Lounge (Terminal 1)
2. The Ultimate Spa (Terminal 2)
3. Transpa (Terminal 2)
4. Plaza Premium Lounge (Terminal 2)
5. Body Contours (Terminal 1)

All these services are found in the transit/departure zone.


What else is available to us on a short stop over?

Lots other therapeutic activities at the Singapore Airport, actually. But here are some winners:


For free

1. Free blockbusters movies @ Movie Theatre
(Terminals 2 and 3 Transit Mall)

2. Free internet access at all 3 terminals' transit zones.

3. Themed Gardens @ Airport Nature Trails
(Terminals 1 and 2 Transit Mall)

Check out these gardens: Bamboo, Orchid, Sunflower, Heliconia, Cactus. And the Koi Pond.

4. Butterfly Garden (Terminal 3 Transit Mall)


For a small fee

1. Soak in the roof-top swimming pool of the Airport Transit Hotel at Terminal 1.

Open: 7am to 11pm

Fee: about S$14 (Free if you stay at the Transit Hotel)

For this fee, you get to use the pool, the shower facilities, toiletries. And you also get a non-alcoholic drink.

2. Transit Lounges - Rainforest Lounge (Terminal 1) and Plaza Premium Lounge (Terminal 2)

Beverages, newspapers, magazines, cosy sofas, etc.


More information about other massage and body-pampering services in Singapore coming up...

Jan 27, 2009
Massage and Other Therapeutic Treatments in Singapore
by: Gabriel Tan

Hi Jen

beyond the Singapore Airport, you might want to give the following a try:


1. Spa Botanica
(Sentosa Resort, Contact: +65 63711318)

Probably the most luxurious bodily treat you could give yourself and your daughter. They have a bewildering range of treatments - herbal, floral, aromatic spices; pebble foot bath; body scrubs; customised programmes.


2. Amrita Spa
(Swissotel Stamford Hotel Level 6, Contact: +65 63364477)

Their signature treatment: Ayurvedic oil massage.


3. Pedicure @ any Singapore shopping centre

Lots and lots of these. Try whichever one you fancy!

Have a great 'pampered' vacation in Singapore ;-)

Mar 13, 2010
Healing Touch - Professional & reasonable rates
by: Zhang Ren Hui

About 2 months ago, while chatting about massage and not being able to find a satisfactory place in Singapore, my brother who was in Canada recommended me to Healing Touch. Have not regretted since and my wife and I both like the place and their services. Thumbs up to them!

Check www.healingtouch.com.sg

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