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The best spas in Singapore

Visitors to Singapore can enjoy a variety of world-class spas. Theresa Harold checks out some of the leading places to relax

Theresa Harold
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Theresa Harold,

The variety of spas available in Singapore is truly impressive, and guests can expect to find excellent facilities along with highly knowledgeable therapists. Whether you are visiting a spa located in a luxury hotel or a standalone establishment, you are sure to be delighted by the experience.

Espa at Resorts World Sentosa is Singapore’s largest luxury spa. It’s located in a spectacular 10,000-square-metre environment of jungle hillsides and landscaped gardens and provides visitors with spectacular ocean views. The facilities include private treatment villas, suites for couples and beach villas as well as a stunning hammam with marble floors, mosaic walls and a silver-domed ceiling.

Espa, Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, +65 6577 8880

Banyan Tree Spa
The award-winning operator Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts has opened its first spa in Singapore, its home country. Located at the Marina Bay Sands hotel, the spa is open to members of the public as well as to those staying in the hotel. The signature spa package is the Tropical Rainmist experience, a 150-minute session combining a steam bath, ‘rain’ shower and a luxurious body treatment.

Banyan Tree Spa, Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, +65 6688 8825

Remède Spa
The first Remède Spa outside of the US is setting new standards for urban spas in the region. Guests are provided with iPods loaded with a range of music and the design of the spa is modern, with the lighting and colour scheme inspired by water. Try the Jade Stone Massage which incorporates aromatherapy and the use of smooth jade.

Remède Spa, St Regis Singapore, 29 Tanglin Road, +65 6505 6888

According to traditional Chinese philosophy, chi is the natural energy that flows through every living thing. Chi, at the Shangri-La Hotel, uses holistic therapies based on Asian cultures to help personal wellbeing. The menu includes the Tropical Treat exfoliation treatment, which uses coconut and chamomile, and the Singaporean Wave, a combination of Asian massage and therapeutic massage techniques.

Chi, Shangri-La Hotel, 22 Orange Grove Road, +65 6737 3644, shangri-la.com

Ikeda Spa Prestige
Bringing the Japanese hot spring experience to Singapore, Ikeda Spa Prestige provides relaxation for the mind and the body. Time-tested therapies and massage treatments are available to help visitors rejuvenate, alongside beauty treatments. Many items, including the spa robes and the Zen stone garden, have been imported from Japan.

Ikeda Spa Prestige, 05-22 Clarke Quay Central, 6 Eu Tong Seng Street, +65 6222 8080



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