Pamper your tired feet with a luscious foot bath or a tension-releasing massage at relaxing reflexology spas in Singapore.
No time for a thorough two-hour spa ritual? We’ve got another way to get you feeling like your old self again. Get your feet kneaded into utter submission with our list of foot reflexology spas in Singapore for detoxifying foot massages, fish spas and foot baths. We guarantee you’ll be ready to tackle those fab killer heels again.
Best foot massages in Singapore
1. FootNote Reflexology
FootNote urges you to prioritise your health, and we’re all for self-care if it means getting to indulge in its signature foot massages. For a pretty affordable price of $27 (for members), you can enjoy a speedy 30-minute foot therapy treatment. Hit up the website for some interesting titbits on the benefits of its massages!
FootNote Reflexology, #04-15, PLQ Mall, 10 Paya Lebar Road, Singapore 409057
2. My Happy Feet
For a mix of traditional and contemporary massage techniques, head down to My Happy Feet and enjoy a resort-like experience. Services include footloose ($48 per hour), a herbal foot bath ($15), a sea salt scrub ($45) for pretty feet and foot exfoliation for smooth skin ($25). Give your feet the ultimate pampering treatment with this one.
My Happy Feet, 21A Lorong Mambong, Singapore 277680
3. Feet Haven
The award-winning Feet Haven isn’t your everyday spa — it’s tricked out with cool lighting (like hanging light bulbs and standing spotlights) and quirky furniture. Spacious and cosy, the value-for-money spa is staffed by experienced masseurs who will make your feet feel brand new. It’s great for a quick pop-in when you’re knackered after cafe-hopping around the Katong area – an hour’s massage will only set you back $36 if you’re a member.
Feet Haven, multiple locations including East Coast Road and Ubi Avenue
4. My Foot Reflexology
Soothing foot massages aside, nothing warms the cockles of our hearts like this spa’s social responsibility initiatives. It hires persons with disabilities as therapists and front-line staff, as well as trains and employs retrenched older workers. As if that’s not a good enough reason to visit, its affordable massages ($35.50) span 40 minutes and work from the knee to the foot, encouraging blood circulation and relieving tired muscles.
My Foot Reflexology, #03-114, Great World City, 1 Kim Seng Promenade, Singapore 237994
5. Kenko Wellness Spa
This household name offers foot massages ($89 per hour) that come with mini privacy screens for you to relax. There’s also a 3-in-1 deal that’ll give you the best of all worlds: the foot, hand and shoulder massage is an all-time favourite. Step into heaven!
Kenko Wellness Spa, multiple locations including Marina Square and [email protected]
6. Wan Yang
No fuss, no frills. Established over two decades ago, this foot reflexology centre in Singapore provides traditional healing methods (no fancy foot baths here). They’re reinforced with stronger strokes on the pressure points of the feet. Locating it isn’t hard. Outlets are scattered all across the island for easy access to quick recuperation.
Wan Yang, multiple locations including Ang Mo Kio, Upper Thomson Road and City Square Mall
7. Green Apple Foot Spa
Located in a three-storey conserved shophouse, this spa lets you enjoy a therapeutic foot massage… and a movie in its unique 12-seater theatre. Lose the tension and fatigue in your feet as you catch up on the latest blockbusters. It’s a couch potato’s dream!
Green Apple Foot Spa, 765 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198733
It’s hard to believe this is a spa. The quaint, industrial-chic decor of Nimble/Knead in Tiong Bahru reminds us more of a cafe. Built from shipping containers, its cool use of lighting and chairs made out of wooden crates is great for jaded folks looking for an alternative spa experience. Pop by for an hour’s worth of foot massage ($42) after brunch.
Nimble/Knead, 66 Eng Watt Street, Singapore 160066
9. Sole House
Unlike its brick-and-mortar counterparts, Sole House is a mobile service ready to cart its heavenly healing powers to tired souls at home (great for pregnant mummies with swollen feet). We’re already swooning at the thought of slipping off our heels after work and dozing off to a fab foot massage in our own private space.
Sole House, get in touch at [email protected]
10. Hands + Feet Studio
This isn’t just a spiffy place to get your nails done. The foot massage services are top-notch and geared towards improving blood pressure. Head to the Gallery Room, where therapists will work magic on your aching soles as you recline on a plush armchair. If you’re time-strapped, you can even get your manicure fix and massage at the same time.
Hands + Feet Studio, 44 Siglap Drive, Singapore 456169
11. Rule of Thumb
You’re guaranteed total relaxation at this foot massage place in Singapore. Therapists will skillfully target specific pressure points connected to other parts of your body. Its location in the Kampong Glam district is also a major plus in our books – treat yourself to a lavish nasi padang meal nearby before taking a well-deserved nap here.
Rule of Thumb, #01-01, 289 Beach Road, Singapore 199552
12. Ancient Therapy
Okay, we admit: a foot reflexology sesh can sometimes be a little tortuous. But there’s nothing like a good kneading from a relentless reflexologist to get us back on track. Ancient Therapy at Telok Ayer is a traditional Chinese massage studio – we’re talking multiple massages in a room. But for us, it absolutely hits the spot when we need to turn lunch break into an emergency therapy session. As one of the more affordable places in town, it’s great for a quick 15-minute massage. No excuses: time to squeeze in a treat.
Ancient Therapy, 184 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068631
13. Precious Foot Reflexology
After long, exhausting workdays, we love nothing more than having our feet rubbed or a Netflix sesh on the couch. What if we told you that this spa combines the two? Precious Foot’s reflexology services come equipped with tablets so you can catch up on all your favourite shows while your feet get pounded into submission. Prices are affordable too – they range from $40 an hour to $58 for 90 minutes.
Precious Foot Reflexology, multiple locations including Clementi and Toa Payoh
Whether you’re a night owl or an early bird, Natureland has all your massage needs covered. It’s open 24 hours so you can squeeze in a massage at any time of the day. Top tip: if you’re badly in need of top-to-toe rejuvenation, we highly recommend the 5-in-1 therapy. It features 40 minutes of foot rubs, with 20 minutes of a head, shoulder, neck and back massage.
Natureland, multiple locations including Robertson Walk and Orchard Point
Go ahead and de-stress with a foot massage at these reflexology places in Singapore!