Going to the spa in Seminyak is one of the best activities for solo travellers visiting the Island of Gods.
And if you are visiting Bali for the first time, chances are you may spend some time in Seminyak, one of the best towns to introduce you to island life. While there are many things to do in Seminyak, one of the top things you must do is visit the best spas in Bali Seminyak.
And in this post, I’ll show you exactly where you should go for the best massages, manicures, pedicures and day spa experiences in Seminyak in Bali, Indonesia.
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What you need to know before going to the best spa in Seminyak
Before you visit the best spa in Seminyak, take a look at my post on everything you need to know before going to Bali. I included a lot of information, including how to get around Bali, how to get a prepaid SIM card and other essential Bali travel tips.
Here are a few useful tips you might want to know when it comes to spas in Seminyak:
- Book your spa treatment in advance so you won’t be disappointed. You might be able to get a walk-in appointment and get treatment right away, but during high season, it is best to call ahead, book online or book via WhatsApp.
- Always arrive 15 minutes before your appointment to get the paperwork and payment out of the way. And enjoy a welcome drink before your treatment.
- A spa treatment always starts with the cleaning of your feet. Your massage therapist will give you a soothing and thorough washing before you start your treatment.
- If you are doing a full body massage treatment, the massage therapist will provide disposable underwear for you.
Best Spa in Seminyak: Top 6 Day Spas
There are many day spas in Seminyak, so it might be hard to choose. But I’ve chosen these 6 top spas in Seminyak because I thoroughly enjoy the treatment, the ambiance, and the overall experience.
So here are my top 6 favourite spas in Seminyak in no particular order.
1. Re Day Spa
I came across Re Day Spa randomly while walking along Jalan Petitenget. I was probably trying to escape from the heat. Ha! But I also quite like the muted colour scheme of the spa. The interior is decorated in the most soothing and relaxing palette.
And lucky for me, I was able to get a Balinese massage without an appointment. I especially like this massage technique because the massage therapist applies pressure with her palms and kneads your sore muscles. Even though the massage therapists are petite in size, they are extremely strong! The 60-minute massage was absolutely worth 240k IDR.
Re Day Spa has other massage treatments like aromatherapy massage, deep tissue rubdown, and foot reflexology. And massage treatments are done in the semi-private area on the second floor.
Since my first visit, I’ve been back a few times because they offer the best massage in Seminyak. And if there is one day spa you need to visit, this is the one!
2. Spring Spa in Seminyak Village
When you get up to the rooftop level of Seminyak Village, you are immediately welcomed by the lovely stone and pond entrance of Spring Spa. The day spa is decorated in a light and airy aesthetics where you will feel very comfortable and relaxed.
Spring Spa offers many treatments, including manicure, pedicure, body scrubs, hair removal, hair washing and styling, and facial and massage treatments.
Also, I’ve had eyelash extensions (500k IDR) and 60-minute Balinese massage treatment (270k IDR). I love the overall ambiance of the spa. The semi-open space is welcoming and comfortable. It is the perfect day spa for anyone who wants to enjoy a bit of pampering.
So happy I discovered Spring Spa in Seminyak because they also have another spa location in Canggu which is equally good.
3. The Shampoo Lounge
The Shampoo Lounge is more than just a hair salon. It is a full-service salon where you can get massages, hair styling, hair colouring, lashes, nails, facials, etc.
I visited the Shampoo Lounge for a few “maintenance” things, including a manicure, pedicure and a relaxing TSL signature massage (250k IDR). But I noticed that every seat in the hair salon was full. And looking at the hair services list, I can’t wait to go back and get a hair treatment.
And most of all, their prices are very reasonable. So ladies, if you are looking for one place for all your beauty maintenance, this is the place!
4. Jari Menari
Jari Menari is an award-winning massage centre known for its unique massage technique, “the dancing fingers.” Their signature technique is stemmed from traditional Thai, Indonesian, Swedish and Esalen massage techniques. It differs slightly from the traditional Balinese massage, where the method focuses on flow and rhythm.
Having experienced the 90-minute Perfect Massage (535k IDR), I highly recommend that anyone who enjoys a deep tissue massage try this. The price is a bit higher, but it is worth every penny (or Rupiah). Ha! I can say without a doubt that it is really worth trying as it was one of the best massages I’ve ever had (and I’ve tried a fair share of massages in Bali).
5. Bodyworks Spa Bali
In my opinion, Bodyworks Spa is the best spa in Seminyak and may even be the best spa in Bali. Since its opening 21 years ago, the Bali day spa is still very popular today. They opened their new location in late 2020, and the new space is something else. Just take a look at the main photo of this post!
Inspired by Moroccan architecture and interior aesthetics, the new Bodyworks Spa is a colourful riad with elaborate tilework and functional terrazzo everywhere.
Bodyworks Spa has all the standard spa menu items. From massages to hair treatment, there is something you will want to try.
And I tried their new massage called magnesium massage. They use a magnesium oil that is specifically good for enhancing tissue recovery and easing muscle aches. It cost 534k IDR for 80 minutes and was the most relaxing massage I ever had.
6. Sundari Day Spa
Sundari Day Spa is an award-winning day spa in Seminyak that offers many different massages and spa treatments. They even have a healing ritual package that includes a Balinese massage, organic body scrub and an aloe vera facial. It is quite easy to spend a few hours and indulge in some pampering.
But as always, I booked a 90-minute traditional Balinese massage (370k IDR) and enjoyed an hour and a half of deep tissue massage. I especially like the modern treatment room and was able to use the shower facilities afterwards.
The reception and hospitality are excellent from the beginning to the end. They always give you a cup of hot tea and a towel at the end of your massage.
Which day spa in Seminyak are you going to try?
Hopefully, all of them because they are all worth trying! I’ve had some of the best massages in Seminyak, and I keep returning for more. There’s nowhere else in the world where you can get a Balinese massage!
And the spas in Seminyak are amazing for manicures, pedicures, and facials. Moreover, they are not expensive at all!
If you try any of these day spas in Seminyak or other ones, leave me a comment and let me know how you like it.
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