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The best late-night massage parlours in Singapore

If you desperately need a rub-down in the wee hours of the night, these massage outlets will sort you out

By Elliot Lim
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In a cosmopolitan country such as Singapore, you can certainly bet on getting your desires satiated even after hours. Feeling hangry at 1am? Head out to a late-night supper place. How about belting out in a song or two at 3am in the morning? Numerous karaoke places open till very late. So if your personal late-night guilty pleasure is getting a shiok head-to-toe massage, you’re in luck – we have a myriad of massage parlours that open till late, some are even 24/7.

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Natureland

Health and beauty Massage and reflexology Chinatown

Geographically-speaking, Natureland proves to be one of the most accessible massage parlour with six outlets spread across the nation. And it helps that all parlours open till very late, with the Orchard Point branch only closing at 4am. The award-winning massage place loosens knots with a range of services, including the regular foot reflexology ($34.20 for 30 mins), a 4-in-1 Therapy ($40.65 for 30 mins) that targets the head, shoulder, neck and hand with Thai massage moves, and the thorough Body Therapy ($69.55 for an hour). For those who are sold by the wonders of ancient Chinese remedies, Natureland also offers its Tui Na treatment ($72.76 for an hour) that soothes the body and improves one’s chakra from within. 

Le Spa

Health and beauty Massage and reflexology Raffles Place

When it comes to body pampering options, Le Spa is quite inclusive with its boast of varied massaging techniques. This includes the Le Royal Balinese body massage ($40.66 for 30 mins) and the Le Classic Swedish Retreat ($40.66 for 30 mins). There’s also the quick Le Taiwanese foot massages ($30 for 30 mins). The massage parlour is also another that employs the ancient craft of Chinese wellness with the offers of gua sha (skin scrapping) and detoxifying cupping treatments.

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Herbal Footcare

Health and beauty Massage and reflexology Raffles Place

If your late-night shenanigans usually take place in the Orchard Road vicinity, consider concluding the revelry at Herbal Footcare – a 24/7 massage parlour. With its interior décor kept to the bare minimal, Herbal Footcare is rather plain, simple and fuss-free, where the only thing that grabs one’s attention is its massive neon-red couches. Body pampering services are without the frills as well, ranging from foot reflexology ($22 for 30mins) and body massages ($33 for 30mins) to the traditional Chinese methods of ear candling, cupping and gua sha (skin scrapping). The prices for Herbal Footcare’s services are said to be the lowest amongst the lot. 

Green Apple Spa

Health and beauty Massage and reflexology Raffles Place

If you can do without the frills, Green Apple Spa gets the job done without the compromise of quality. The comfy armchairs in the parlour reflect the seating arraignment of a movie theatre - deliberate so because patrons are treated to in-house shows as they get a rub-down. Prices start from $43 an hour for a regular foot massage and $55 for body massages, alongside add-ons like traditional Chinese cupping and gua sha (skin scrapping) at $17 each.

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Grand Spa

Health and beauty Massage and reflexology Rochor

Of course, one floor is not enough for a spa destination. There should be at least three floors, just like at Grand Spa which also opens 24/7. Compartmentalised with eight rooms, the spa is bedecked with Victorian-styled furnishings and twinkling chandeliers hanging from ceilings. At $63 an hour, you can pamper your weary body with the choice of ancient shiatsu massage, Chinese meridian therapy or Swedish therapy. And if two hands do not cut it to knead out body sores, opt for the Oriental Harmony Twin Therapy – a four-hand massage therapy that follows the Swedish techniques.

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G. Spa likens to a 7-eleven store for all your pampering needs. Opened round-the-clock, g.spa is an all encompassing destination with the sole purpose of spoiling you silly. Aside from relaxing body massages (from $155 for one hour), and even one specially suited for golfers where injury-prone areas are targeted, the wellness sanctuary offers a myriad of other feel-good services such as facials (from $193), body scrubs and even manicures for both women and men ($95). Don’t be in a hurry to leave right after your treatments! Instead, stay a while and make full use of the amenities such like its sauna rooms and jacuzzis.

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Tang Dynasty

Health and beauty Massage and reflexology Chinatown

While its name may trigger some past Chinese history students, Tang Dynasty promises only a relaxing and pampering experience at its abode. Operating 24/7, the parlour focuses on Chinese-type treatments such as ba guan (fire cupping) therapy, gua sha (skin scraping) therapy and ear candling, alongside the classics of foot reflexology ($60 for an hour) and an Oriental body massage ($60 for an hour). The latter can be topped up with other add-ons such as aromatherapy oil and body scrub, and made special just for couples.

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