Kuala Lumpur offers great diversity of wellness treatments, from foot reflexology to head massages, using techniques from a variety of international and local traditions. Some of these techniques, such as Thai, Baliness or Swedish massage, are popular around the world, while others, like traditional Malay urut, are unlikely to be found outside of Malaysia. Although the overall objective of a spa visit is to make you feel better and relax, many of the treatments go far beyond mere pampering. Indeed, the best spa facilities offer a holistic approach, with the aim of offering a long term boost to both your mental and bodily wellbeing.
Type of spa in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur offers an extensive variety of massage treatments that will leave you spoiled for choices. Here are some of the most popular massage options, to help you decide.
Where to find spa in Kuala Lumpur
Most tourists stay in 3 main areas – Bukit Bintang, KLCC and Chinatown, and that’s where most of the best spas in KL are located too. What’s more, many are based in 5 star hotels or upmarket shopping centres, making them easy to locate. While a convenient location is a big plus, KL also has some less central spas, which are worth trying out.
While finding a good spa to get yourself pampered is nice, and it is essential to choose a spa with a good track record, if possible, backed up by reputable awards. Positive reviews and testimonials, so long as they are independent, are also worth taking into consideration. After all, you are putting your wellbeing into their hands, so its a case of better safe than sorry.
A list of all spa centers in Kuala Lumpur:
|Among the Best!|
|The Spa @ Mandarin Oriental||Sompoton Spa @ Istana Hotel
|Angsana Spa @ Crowne Plaza Mutiara||Mandara Spa @ Sheraton Imperial
|Tanamera Wellness Spa @ Sooka Sentral||Swasana Spa @ Impiana KLCC
|Anggun Spa @ Hotel Maya
||Telaga Bunga Spa @ Royale Chulan Hotel
|Energy Day Spa @ Great Eastern Mall
||Spa Village @ Ritz Carlton Hotel
|Hammam Spa at Bangsar Village
|Other Recommended Spas|
|Ancasa Spa||Morino Kaze|
|Ancient Thai Herbal Spa & Beauty||Nara Medispa|
|Asianel Reflexology Spa||Ozmosis Health & Day Spa|
|Danai Spa||Reborn Foot Reflexology & Tui Na Massage|
|Dewi Ayu Spa||Samsara Spa|
|Donna Spa||Siam Bodyworks|
|Four Season Spa||St Gregory Spa|
|Holistic Esthetics||Thai Odyssey @ Times Square|
|Jentayu Spa||Thai Odyssey @ Farenheit 88|
|JojoBa Spa||The Royal Malaysian Traditional Spa|
|Karabuning Boutique Spa||The Spa and Gym|
|Kemboja Spa Sanctuary||The Spa @ Traders Hotel|
|Liang Xian Spa||Tres Bella|
|Massage Corner||Tropical Spa|
|Sompoton Spa @ Hilton||Senjakala Urban Spa for Men|
|Sompoton Spa @ Lanson Place||Vila Manja|
|Sompoton Spa @ Novotel||Vita Spa|
|Zen Soul Spa|
How much to pay for spa in Kuala Lumpur
Affordability is a key concern when it comes to any leisure activity in Malaysia, and wellness tourism is no exception. In world terms, prices for spa are generally reasonable in Kuala Lumpur, even at the most luxurious establishments. Almost all wellness centres have temporary promotions, which are well worth taking advantage of.
Most of the spas in Kuala Lumpur offer attractive packages of treatments, which are better value than ordering a la carte. If you have the time though, it is probably a good idea to try out a single treatment first, before committing yourself to a full spa package. Its also worth looking out for the accommodation and spa treatment combinations which some hotels offer.