Bangkok's spas are your inner-city gateways to seventh heaven. Tranquil urban temples dedicated to pampering the body and cleansing the mind.

The Best Massage and Spa experience in Bangkok. The truth is, there’s no massage parlour or spa treatments that is excellent or must go because the massage really depends on the masseuse. No one can guarantee that your massage will definitely be good but you really just have to go and try it out. I can recommend you a very reputable massage parlour but the masseuse who is very tired that day can also turn it into a bad experience. So, treat this as a guide, it can be considered the best among the few thousands of massage places in Bangkok. It’s recommended but not guaranteed, especially for budget and mid range massage places.

Spa Treatments in Bangkok

Spa Treatments in Bangkok

Best Spa Treatments in Bangkok

Banyan Tree Spa

Banyan Tree Bangkok unveils the city’s most luxurious spa experience perched sky-high amidst the central business district. Banyan Tree Spa Bangkok is an ideal escape for day spa seekers as well as in-house guests. Set to dazzle guests with spa facilities designed to exude Asian rejuvenation, spa aficionados can look forward to an extensive menu featuring Banyan Tree Spa signature treatments including the signature Master Therapist Experience and the innovative Rainmist experience.Banyan Tree Spa therapists receive formal training at Banyan Tree Spa Academies in Bintan in Indonesia or Phuket in Thailand, ensuring that each spa experience is seamlessly delivered.

Divana Spa Massage

This spa offers an extensive menu in beautiful, private treatment rooms. For ultra pampering, try the 210-minute super detox, matcha charcoal service that includes a body scrub, oil massage, salt bath, and a facial done with a mix of bamboo charcoal blended with green tea matcha.

Okura Spa

Tucked away on the 25th floor of the luxury Japanese hotel, this contemporary oriental space features five private treatment rooms hidden along a dimly-lit walkway. The highlight is the Okura Take Relief bamboo massage, during which therapists roll a warm bamboo pole over your muscles to release stress before a soak in a big bathtub.

Lek Spa Massage

Lek Massage is another parlour that is raved amongst tourists, and their Thai Massage with Hot Compress (THB 300 / SGD 12 per hour) is notable for effectively relieving aching joints. Strategic location and price-friendly traditional massages aside, it has one of the earliest daily operating hours at 8am. You can even head down for a foot rub before breakfast.

Lek Spa Massage

Lek Spa Massage

So Thai Spa

So Thai Spa is a group of spas in Bangkok, Phuket and London, which all operate under the So Thai Spa name and are committed to the high standards that the So Thai Spa brand represents. As a trusted spa operator, So Thai Spa also manages The Eugenia Spa, which is located within The Eugenia Hotel & Spa, Bangkok.

MaiThai Massage

MaiThai Massage is located in Pratunam and situated near to Indra / Baiyoke side. They can be identified by their pink signboards. What I like here is the ambiance of the shop in the upper levels which is sort of dark and soothing. I also like their massage which is done with effort.

Ananda Spa

A Bangkok Spa second to none. Ananda comes from the Sanskrit word meaning ‘harmony’, and we at Ananda Spa are devoted to restoring yours. All treatments are carefully customized to beautify the body, transform the mind and nurture the soul. A total experience that will leave you rejuvenated, replenished and, above all, relaxed.