Miss hopping onto a plane to Bangkok for a spontaneous shopping trip? Or perhaps you’re reminiscing the happier, carefree days in sunny Phuket that are peppered with plenty of Thai massages after each day?
Holidaying in Thailand seems to feel like a lifetime ago, and with the effects of the pandemic projected to last for another four to five years, it’s hard to even say when we can visit the Land of Smiles again for a quick getaway from Singapore’s hustle and bustle.
However, we can still enjoy a slice of Thailand with the various Thai massage parlours that have opened all around the island. Most of them are, in fact, operated and managed by Thai nationals, which means you’ll get an authentic Thai massage in Singapore without needing a flight ticket!
Ahead, we gathered a list of spa and massage centres where you can enjoy a Thai massage right here in Singapore.
Thai massage Singapore: Yú By Spa Infinity (Promo alert!)
Created by the same team behind Spa Infinity, Yú by Spa Infinity is a hidden gem located in the heart of the CBD area that uses ancient healing traditions to relax your mind and body for the ultimate modern spa luxury.
Massage services are often hit or miss, but at Yú by Spa Infinity, you’ll be happy to know that it’s been a fantastic experience for most of its customers.
This includes the Thai Massage offered by Yú by Spa Infinity, which involves deep muscle compression, joint mobilisation, and acupressure to help re-balance energy flow within. This, in turn, improves back pain and reduces stiffness in your body while bettering overall health and energy. In other words, this is definitely one of the most effective Thai massages in Singapore you’ll be able to find.
Get the 60-minute Thai Massage at just S$97.82 (U.P. S$160) if you book on Salon Finder – that’s 39% savings waiting for you to snag!
Address: 20 Cecil Street, #06-07, Plus, Singapore 049705
Contact: 6970 0098
Operating hours: 11am – 9pm (Mon to Fri) | 10.30am – 7pm (Sat & Sun)
Thai massage Singapore: Sabaai Sabaai
Aching muscles and tensed shoulders are almost every urbanite’s BFFs, and if you’ve started returning to your office in CBD to work, good news. There’s a Thai massage parlour in Singapore right along Boat Quay that you can check out, and it’s called Sabaai Sabaai.
Over here, there’s the usual traditional Thai massage – known as Thai Tradition here that works wonders, but those with severe muscle aches can consider opting for the Thai Herb massage instead as this treatment incorporates a heated herbal compress that helps relieve muscle pain.
A 60-minute Thai Tradition costs S$75 while a 60-minute Thai Herb is priced at S$95. Longer treatment durations are also available.
Thai massage Singapore: Healing Thai Massage
Just a couple of blocks away from Jalan Besar MRT, you will find Healing Thai Massage, which offers a signature Thai Oil Massage.
Fusing traditional Thai massage with deep tissue, Swedish, and shiatsu techniques as well as stress reduction therapy, this unique treatment provides a deeply relaxing experience that heals and energises at the same time.
In addition enjoying a Thai massage in Singapore at Healing Thai Massage, you can also look forward to shiatsu massage, Javanese massage, and foot massage at the parlour.
Prices start from S$20 for a 30-minute Foot Massage to S$55 for a 45-minute Thai Oil Massage, Thai Traditional Massage, Shiatsu Massage or Javanese Massage. Longer treatment durations are also available.
Address: 39 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208802
Contact: 6294 0139
Operating hours: 10am – 10.30pm (Mon to Sun)
Thai massage Singapore: Healing Touch Spa
You may have seen this spa franchise around, since they have nine branches around the island. Having been established in 2001, Healing Touch Spa has almost two decades of spa and wellness experience, garnering multiple local brand awards as well as an impressive group of loyal customers.
With chic and clean interiors, Healing Touch Spa is undoubtedly a great place to wind down in and enjoy a Thai massage in Singapore. You can try the oil-free Thai Fusion Massage, an oil-free massage that satisfyingly relieves any sore pressure points. There are also body scrub and slimming wrap options for less than S$45!
A 60-minute Thai Fusion Massage is priced at S$67.41 (inclusive of GST). 90-minute and 120-minute options are also available at S$100.58 and S$133.75 respectively.
Thai massage Singapore: Hatyai Thai Massage
Looking for a Thai massage parlour with a solid track record? Look no further than Hatyai Thai Massage, which has been operating for more than two decades in Singapore, so you know you can trust the services offered here by experienced therapists.
On top of that, Hatyai Thai Massage eschews non-essential frills and provides only three types of massages in the menu: the classic Traditional Thai Massage, Oil Massage, and Foot Massage. With such a simple menu, you can count on this Thai massage parlour to knead away any tough knots and tension in your body effectively.
Currently, Hatyai Thai Massage takes S$5 off your bill if you book your appointment online.
A 60-minute Traditional Thai Massage is priced at S$60 while a 60-minute Oil Massage costs S$65. Longer treatment durations are also available. Outcall services are also available from S$150 onwards for 60 minutes.
Thai massage Singapore: Healthland
Apart from the classic Thai body massage, you can also try the Aroma Oil Massage at Healthland, which purportedly helps improve your blood pressure and memory, while also reducing stress.
On top of that, you can also consider targeted massage treatments if you need help alleviating aches and soreness in key areas such as the back, shoulders, and feet.
Prices start from S$56 for a 60-minute Foot Reflexology to S$70 for a 60-minute Aroma Oil Massage. A 60-minute Traditional Thai Massage is priced at S$60. Longer treatment durations are also available.
Thai massage Singapore: Balinese Thai
Want to enjoy an authentic Thai massage in Singapore? No problem.
One look at its name and you’ll know that Balinese Thai offers an array of massage on top of the traditional Thai massage. Here, you can get the tension-relieving Javanese Massage or the Balinese Massage which soothes tired muscles. For overall body relaxation, you won’t go wrong with the Traditional Thai Massage.
Balinese Thai’s menu also includes 5-in-1 Therapy, where therapists works on your head, shoulder, neck, back, and foot, as well as Pre-Natal Massage. Add-ons such as Cupping Therapy, Lemongrass Foot Scrub, and Ginger Therapy are also available – the latter involves spreading grated raw ginger all over your back in a bid to improve blood circulation to help keep you alert.
Balinese Thai runs promotions regularly, so follow its social media pages to keep up-to-date.
A 60-minute body massage is priced from S$60 while add-ons costs from S$20 onwards. Prices are cheaper if you sign up for a membership at Balinese Thai.
Address: 235 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574366 |
311 New Upper Changi Road, #B1-05, Bedok Mall, Singapore 467360 (Premier outlet)
Contact: 6451 2212 (Thomson), 6584 2124 (Bedok) or book online here
- Thomson: 10.30am – 10.30pm (Mon to Sun)
- Bedok: 10am – 10pm (Mon to Sun)
Thai massage Singapore: Nimble/Knead
If work has been driving you up the wall, take a short break and enjoy a spa day in a shipping container. Yes, you heard us right – Nimble/Knead is an ultra-cool spa spot that’s nestled in a repurposed shipping container parked in the quaint Tiong Bahru area.
There’s a ton of facial and body spa in its line-up but for a Thai massage in Singapore with a twist, ask for the Thai-Japanese fusion massage called A Thousand Smiles in the Rising Sun.
With this treatment, you’ll get a combination of ancient Thai massage and modern Japanese Shiatsu which incorporates deep-tissue, pressure-point, and stretching techniques to ease sore muscles, alleviate stress, and improve overall mood.
The 60-minute A Thousand Smiles in the Rising Sun treatment is priced at S$76. 90-minute and 120-minute options are also available at S$108 and S$143 respectively.
Address: 66 Eng Watt Street, #01-28, Singapore 160066
Contact: 6438 3933 or book online here
Operating hours: 11am – 10pm (Mon to Sun)