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Vabali Spa

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Vabali Spa
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Time Out says

Head to this relaxation complex if you’re after the ultimate chill-out day, says writer Kate Bettes

What is it?

In a city that loves saunas, Vabali is widely considered to be the best of the best. Taking cues from Balinese culture, the ‘wellness oasis’ comes complete with 10 saunas, three steam baths, four pools, massage facilities, and a restaurant/bar. Need we say more?

Why is it worth visiting?

Vabali is truly one-of-a-kind. And when you are rubbing lavender cakes on your body or taking a blissful dip in the serene inside pool, it isn’t hard to see the attraction.
While it can take a few minutes to get used to the mixed-gender, naked-only pace, after a while, most visitors seem to forget. There are strict rules in place against any inappropriate behaviour. 

How much does a spa cost?

It is best to book a time and ticket in advance on Vabali’s reservation page, with a booking fee of €3.50 per person. In terms of the cost of entry itself, prices range from two hours for €27.50 to a day pass for €47.50. While staying there all day might seem a bit excessive, you might be surprised how addictive it is to stay there. 

What do you need to bring to Vabali?

Bathing shoes and a bathrobe are mandatory. If needed, you can rent towels and bathrobes there, as well as buy shoes.

Can I eat there?

Once you feel suitably steamed, in summer, the deck chairs and comfortable day beds by the outdoor pools are the perfect places to order an Aperol Spritz or a healthy (but delicious) rice bowl, from a menu influenced by Asian and Mediterranean flavours.

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Kate Bettes
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