Looking for cheap massage places in Singapore or at least an affordable one? We all deserve some me-time every now and then so why not go to one of these best places for a massage in Singapore? At these spas, you can have an affordable massage or spa treatment for under $150!
Top affordable spas and best massage places Singapore!
Trimmings – luxurious yet affordable spa in Singapore
Chakra Balancing Body Massage, $95 for 60 minutes
“After months of staying at home, my back was stiff and sore. I had a headache at the end of each day and could feel my shoulders slumped forward like a cartoon character.
Normally when I go for a massage, I’d tell the therapist I want them to focus on my back, and not to worry too much about the arms and legs. They’d usually smile politely and then proceed to do their standard massage, maybe with a bit of extra pressure on the neck and shoulders. But not Janey from Trimmings. After washing my feet and doing some diagonal Thai-style back stretching beneath a towel, she worked her way up and down my back with a beautiful Aveda anti-stress oil blend using her elbows, forearms and knuckles. She had a cunning knack of finding every knot and popping muscle I had.
Within the hour-long massage, she took around 10 minutes at the end to make sure my arms and legs didn’t feel neglected. She said I would hurt that evening and I did, but I felt fantastic the next day! I had more of a therapeutic massage, but you can ask for an aromatherapy version instead if you just want to relax.” – Danielle Rossetti
The Face Place – premium facials using traditional methods
The Facial Massage, $130 for 70 minutes
“Cleverly combining two popular pamper treats into one, the facial massage at this city retreat is one worth booking on the regular. Located on 12th floor and overlooking the colours and curves of Clarke Quay and the Singapore River, The Face Place’s private loft offers an intimate and tranquil space to truly unwind and shake off the week’s tension.
The treatment begins with a double cleanse, including a exfoliating lavender scrub and steam machine to open up the pores. Following a light yet thorough extraction, the skin undergoes a high frequency treatment to kill off any bacteria before the massage begins. Using a combination of traditional and modern methods, trained hands target the acupoints and meridians of the face. Using rosehip and geranium oil, Bojin and Guasha methods are applied to improve circulation, reduce puffiness and relieve tension. Following this, a vitamin C mask is applied to nourish the skin, whilst a shoulder and neck massage relieves any residual tension. Finally, a layer of pure aloe vera gel is applied whilst a micro-current machine delivers a low-grade electrical current that engages and tones muscles to enhance and lift facial contours. All this, whilst you zone in and out of consciousness in a state of bliss.
The treatment ends with an application of hyaluronic acid serum and sunblock before you step foot back into the big city!” – Leanda Rathmell
Psst… Please note that facial services like the facial massage will only be available after 13 June.
Spa Infinity – affordable massage in Singapore with central locations
Deep Tissue Massage, $150 for 60 minutes
“If you have chronic aches like sore shoulders (like me) or muscle soreness from intense workouts, the therapeutic deep tissue massage would be perfect for you. Over the years of desk-bound work, I’ve come to realise that my shoulders become super stiff especially if I don’t do ample stretching. Spa Infinity’s deep tissue massage has made me a massage convert! Although it was painful in certain areas like my shoulders and neck, I could feel the tension dissipate as my therapist smoothened out the knots with her expert hands, using long and slow strokes, coupled with a firm pressure.
Post-massage, you can unwind in the waiting lounge while sipping on hot tea and nibbling on complimentary bites. It also helps that the spa is in a central location. It means you can easily drop by during lunchtime before heading back to the office, or pop in for a quick fix after a shopping sesh.
Spa Infinity is under the Elements Wellness Group; it was founded by a former Olympian who developed an appreciation for muscle manipulation work during his competition days. They’ve been in the massage business for 18 years, so you can be assured that you’re in good hands!” – Anthia Chng
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Chez Moi De Beaute – best massages at an affordable price
Full body massage, $85 for 60 minutes
“Located in Far East Plaza, this beauty salon has been in the business for a whopping 30 years! Led by a mother-daughter duo, Chez Moi De Beaute is popular for its affordable beauty treatments, such as facials and slimming treatments. I’ve been to the salon on a couple of occasions, and each time I go I’m impressed by how clean and cosy they keep the space. The warm and professional service is another big draw for regulars who frequent the spot.
Originally from the land of massages, Thailand, my therapist Nok executed long and deep strokes starting with my stiff shoulders and back. She focused on the areas of tension, kneading away the built-up knots with the perfect amount of pressure. There wasn’t a point in time when I had to request for a change in pressure – it was spot on! One word to sum up the hour-long session: bliss.
The next time I return, I might just sign up for the package ($480, seven sessions), which works out to be an even better deal! But if you’re strapped for time, consider popping in for a 30-minute back massage ($48) as a quick and affordable massage fix. ” – Anthia Chng
The Tamarind Spa – cheap massage in Singapore
Balinese Massage, $80 for 60 minutes
“I instantly felt relaxed from the moment I stepped into the spa. Lights were perfectly dimmed and soothing music was playing – a great complement to sipping my cup of hot red-date tea. I opted for the Balinese massage to release the tension in my body and I chose lemongrass oil to help with detoxification. Lida, my masseuse, applied medium pressure and slow strokes, alongside deep finger pressure on specific areas where my muscles were tight and knotted – specifically my shoulders, back and legs. I found the massage so relaxing and pleasurable that I fell asleep!
When I woke up after the massage, I felt refreshed; my usually tense and heavy shoulders were lifted, and even my legs felt light when I walked out of the spa. I would definitely love to get this massage again.
Psst… On top of cheap massages, this affordable spa in Singapore also a variety of wallet-friendly body scrubs ($45 for 30 minutes) to choose from, including coffee, blackberry, lavender and lemongrass. This is one of the most popular cheap massage places in Singapore.” – Grace Bantaran
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