Top 10 Best Ayurvedic Spa Center in Singapore
Here is a list of top 10 Spa and Ayurvedic Center in Singapore that will drive you from the best of body therapies to luxury retreat in the midst of nature freshness.
Ayurveda means ‘the science of life: It is an intricate system of healing that originated in India thousands of years ago. It helps maintain health in a person by using the inherent principles of nature to bring the individual back into equilibrium with their true self. In essence Ayurveda has been in existence since the beginning of time because we have always been governed by nature’s laws.
Singapore boasts some fabulous spas, both within the city’s five star hotels, and independent day spas. Top of the list is ESPA’s Asian flagship spa, which is set in 10,000 square meters of lush tropical grounds within Resorts World Sentosa. This pampering paradise features Singapore’s first authentic Turkish Hammam, a Japanese onsen, and various indoor and outdoor heat and water experiences, including vitality pools fitted with air and water massage jets, icy plunge pools, crystal steam rooms and rock saunas.
Ayurlly Ayurvedic Spa
Centuries-old Ayurvedic holistic techniques are used at this spa, where herbal medicated oils are Theoutdooi custom-blended after a thorough and detailed diagnostic interview. The Chandramukhi, a synchronized massage by two therapists, promises to treat rheumatism, poor eyesight, sleep problems, and even increase life span.
Willow Stream Spa
This spa is a haven of earth tones. For a full body pampering, try the Willow Stream Elements, with a moor mud wrap, aromatherapy, mineral bath, and a warm massage. The Singapore Luxury Facial is a divine experience including a hand, foot, and scalp massage.
After a long, cramped flight, head to this branch of Spa Esprit for a hot stone massage. A therapist will soften your muscle tissue with heated stones and ease tight spots with a series of deep, intensive strokes. Emerge relaxed and ready for a drink at the in-house bar, Camp, or the Tippling Club.
This spa is all about luxury. Try the “choc de-ager” treatment, which consists of a chocolate body scrub, a chocolate fondue wrap and warm almond oil massage. These treatments combined are said to have four times the antioxidants of tea.
Tucked away in a traditional black-and-white house not far from Orchard Road, Spa Boutique is a little oasis of pampering and wellness, its tropical garden setting belying its location in the heart of the city. Highlights include the Raindrop Therapy massage, Javanese Lulur Scrub and the Balinese Boreh Body Mask, and they are also the first spa in Asia to offer Body Sugaring (a natural and gentle solution to hair removal). In addition to the usual massages, facials, polishes and masques, the spa also offers wellness programs, such as yoga, pilates and tai chi and a wide range of retreat programs, which include healthy lunches by the pool.
Lush, tropical greenery, and state-of-the-art facilities, such as Asia’s first mud pools and cascading waterfalls, make this spa an appealing choice. The revitalizing Singapore Flower Ritual uses a special blend of local herbs and flowers.
The Studio’s signature “Re-Youth” facial treatment combines lymphatic drainage facial massage with French patented technology to reduce wrinkles and lift facial contours. Manicures and a detox steam bath with body massage are also on offer.
Chi, The Spa
This beautiful garden spa features a host of Singapore-style treatments on its menu. Try the signature 90-minute Singapore Massage ($233.05), which uses Chinese, Indian and Malay massage techniques to relieve muscle tension.There’s also an outdoor Thai pavilion that’s perched over a fish pond and waterfall.
This spa offers a wide range of treatments, including full body massages and facials that com-bine traditional Asian techniques with a contemporary touch.
The Luxe House
This indulgent spa at Dempsey Hill looks to stand out with its flashy decor and unusual range of foot-focused treatments. The interiors are dark, textured and opulent—think high backed plush armchairs, glittering chandeliers and gathered velvet curtains. Signature treatments include the 60-minute traditional acupressure foot massage ($158), the 100-minute foot and back therapy ($188) and the 80-minute intensive rejuvenation foot therapy ($208), which includes a hot stone treatment for your legs and back and cupping on your feet.