5 Singaporean Spas For Your Own Ultimate 'Crazy Rich Asians' Getaway

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While not all of us can go to Singapore and enjoy a private party on the top of Marina Bay Sands or charter a private plane to a nearby island, you still have the opportunity to splurge on a decadent spa day at one of Singapore’s many top-rated spas. Below are five spas that will help you feel more at bliss than a date with Henry Golding!

 

ESPA at Resorts World Sentosa

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Photo by: @pipipi_whistle

The ESPA boasts Singapore’s first authentic Turkish hammam as well as a large selection of vitality pools, forest onsen-style pools, rock saunas and even a crystal steam room! Their recommended experience is the Social Spa For Two , which includes a private beach villa spa suite and ends with a two-course champagne meal after your massage treatment.

 

The Spa at Mandarin Oriental

After a long flight to Singapore, nothing can beat The Spa at Mandarin Oriental’s Fragrant Pearl Signature Experience. This 3 hour treatment includes an orchid body scrub, pearl body wrap and a combined Swedish/Shiatsu massage.

 

Ikeda Spa

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Photo by: @rogme30

Ikeda Spa brings Japanese communal bathing to Singapore with the first Hinoki Onsen Bath, a Japanese onsen-style bathhouse. Hinoki is a rich Japanese cypress wood once reserved only for royalty and used for palaces, temples and shrines. Ikeda Spa shares that “this precious wood releases mineral oils with soothing scents and anti-bacterial properties to calm and uplift.”

 

Remèda Spa at St. Regis Singapore

 

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Photo by: @gregorywoodman

End your vacation with one of Remèda Spa’s famous face and body rituals, such as their Signature Argan Oil and Alum Stone Face and Body Ritual. This experience includes a body scrub using alum stone, followed by a white mask made of honey and royal jelly with a relaxing argan oil massage.  

 

Banyan Tree Spa at the Marina Bay Sands

 

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Photo by: @AmandaSeet

It wouldn’t be a complete list without mentioning the most well-known attraction in Singapore, Marina Bay Sands! Banyan Tree Spa recommends the Royal Banyan treatment, which includes a coriander cucumber cleanser, an herbal pouch massage, jade face massage and ends with an herbal bath.