Getting A Foot Massage in Hong Kong

After a long day of walking, climbing endless stairs, and standing around gawking at the signs in the sticky heat there is nothing better. Lay back in a comfortable reclining chair as they wash and rub your feet and legs for as long as you’d like. You will refresh after enjoying the foot massage and having a rest. There are several great foot massage parlors in Hong Kong which are highly recommended. 

1. Royal Foot Spa (皇室足療) 

1Royal Foot Spa is located in Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Exit B2 , besides Hang Seng Bank, covering more than 5,000 square feet. It is one of Hong Kong’s largest leisure place, equipped with Thai massage rooms, VIP rooms, women-only Spa room. It is a resting area which provide comfortable and matched services for the tourists and business travelers.

Address: 1 & 2F, Golden Glory Mansions, 16 Carnarvon Road, Tsim Sha Tsui


TEL:2723 8899                                          电话:2723 8899

2. mediBEAUTY (Causeway Bay Shop)   美然保(銅鑼灣店) 

2mediBEAUTY (Causeway Bay Shop) is a comprehensive parlor with massage and beauty spa services. As a branch of mediBEAUTY in Causeway Bay, it is well-received in local area. With convenient traffic, reasonable prices, friendly service attitude and experienced technicians, mediBEAUTY (Causeway Bay Shop) is a sensible choice for you to enjoy the excellent massage services.

Address: Bonaventure House 2-3 F, 91 Leighton Road,  Wan Chai


TEL:2272 8388                                         电话:2272 8388

3. Yi Zu Ge (怡足閣)

1Yi Zu Ge is located on the whole first layer of 56-58 Wellington Street, covers an area of more than 2000 square feet. With capacious rooms, convenient traffic and being close to the famous restaurant Yong Ji Restaurant, Yi Zu Ge has attracted many bosses and office workers nearby. Stepping into the shop, you will feel like entering another world. All the waiters wear traditional Chinese clothes. Their excellent services will help you forget the troubles outside and enjoy the time in Yi Zu Ge.

Address: 1/F, 56-58 Wellington Street,  Central and Western


TEL:2898 9696                                         电话:2898 9696

 4. YUE ZU XUAN (悅足軒)

1Hong Kong people hope to relax themselves after work or on holiday, and relieve the fatigue in daily life and work. Near metro station, with convenient location, comfortable environment, and professional skills, YUE ZU XUAN is a professional Chinese Massage center which you can enjoy the professional massage service.  The simple design of massage lobby, with different decorations, has created a  comfortable and quiet atmosphere. There are many massage chairs and big TV in the lobby. Customers can watch TV when they enjoy massage. Cater to your different demands, YUE ZU XUAN can give you top-grade massage enjoyment.

Address: 1/F, 56-58 Wellington Street,  Central and Western


TEL:2898 9696                                         电话:2898 9696

5. FaSaia Foot Beauty Centre (法姍娜足底美容中心)

2FaSaia Foot Beauty Centre is a professional massage center which offers Chinese reflexology massage and Acupuncture point massage services. To satisfy nowdays urbanites’ needs, it has expanded many beauty courses, and ear wax, professional ancient cupping, ancient moxibustion burning, etc. Also it can provide professional Shanghai Foot Scraping by a Master Pedicurist to take care of your physical and mental development.

Address: 1/F, No 30-34 Jardine, Bazzar, Causeway Bay,  Wan Chai

地址:香港銅鑼灣渣甸街 30 – 34 號 1 樓 C

TEL:6406 6198 /2891 9555                                        电话:6406 6198 /2891 9555

6. Pavillon Foot Reflexology (聽雨軒沐足)

3This branch is located in Walden Hotel. The environment is very good with nice decoration. You will feel very comfortable and relaxed. It is very special. The masseurs here are very professional and with great skills. And the massage technique is better than other general massage center.

Address: 2/F, Walden Hotel,353 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai


TEL:2893 6018                                        电话:2893 6018

7. Happy Foot (Wellington Street)  知足樂(中環威靈頓街)

4Since opening in 1999, Happy Foot has expanded to four locations with 150 seats and 100 massage beds, featuring numerous private rooms. Happy Foot (Wellington Street) is located in Jade Center. With covenient  location, best services and comfortable environment, it attracts a lot of people to visit it.

They have professional massagists who can provide many services, such as foot reflexology, Shanghai-Style Pedicure, Thai massage, Lymphatic massage, pressure point massage for the hand and full-body acupressure massage.

Address: 6th, 11th, 13th floor, Jade Center, No. 98 Wellington Street


TEL:2544 1010                                    电话:2544 1010

8. Foot Buzz (泡泡足)

1371643418827The busy city life will make you smothered. Also you have to confront a deluge of works. Foot Buzz is a new bright spot in Knutsford Terrace. Behind the busy city, how much we have paid for our career? However Foot massage will remind us to remember the personhoods pleasure and the significance of fighting, and then rekindle our morale. Foot Buzz has a business area of 3,000 square meters. We have built the quiet feeling of greenhouse with plenty of green plants to make every customer relaxed and enjoy the massage services we have provided.  A combination of Chinese and Western elements, delicate Chinese style buildings with elaborately collected European massage, foot bath humorous cartoons, Foot Buzz likes Hong Kong, perfectly combine the advantages of both side.  We have 7 VIP rooms of different theme. We will try our best to provide the most beautiful and quiet environment, the most sincere service, the most professional skills, the most comfortable feeling…

Address: 8/F, 1 Knutsford Terrace, Tsim Sha Tsui


TEL:2369 8009                                    电话:2369 8009

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