Relaxing Fish Spas in Singapore

The Garra Rufa is also called a doctor fish and Spa fish. By eating dead skin cells that exist, then your feet will be cleaner. Fish spa brings many benefits, such as improving blood circulation and skin health, providing relaxing foot massage. Seeing the fish suck the dead skin and create a feeling of relaxation must be a unique and comfortable experience for everyone. Here is going to introduce some good fish spas in Singapore.

Alleviate Fish Spa

1Alleviate Fish Spa is a leading fish spa in Singapore. Because these fish eat dead skin cells that exist, then the legs will be cleaner, softer feel and are believed to treat certain skin diseases such as dry eczema and psoriasis. In addition to beauty and healthy skin, this therapy stimulates acupuncture points-tick on your feet and makes a smooth blood circulation. Besides fish spas, Alleviate Fish Spa also provides Scalp Massage, Swedish Massage and Ear Candling. It is a multiple spa center in Singapore.

Address: 70A Pagoda Street, Chinatown, Singapore 059229


Phone: +65 6222 2492    电话: +65 6222 2492

Fish Reflexology, Underwater World

2Fish Reflexology in Underwater World is a unique experience for clients. With your feet relaxing in a warm pool, you will see small fishes exfoliate your feet. Fish can remove all the dead cells of the skin effectively and help you get rid of serious skin problems such as eczema, acne and psoriasis. Fish spa now become more and more popular around the world.

Address: Underwater World, 80 Siloso Rd, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098969


Phone: +65 6279 9229    电话: +65 6279 9229

Kenko Reflexology & Fish Spa

3Kenko Reflexology & Fish Spa is an outlet of Kenko. Kenko introduced fish spa services into Singapore in 2008. Since then, the spa has been welcomed by a lot of local and foreign visitors. With the objective of allowing customers to experience natural exfoliation treatments, Kenko Reflexology & Fish Spa is proud to employ “Doctor Fish” finned employees from variable Dr Fish species. You can enjoy fish spa by the Eastern Europe Garra Rufa species and Asian bred Dr Fish species in Kenko.

Address: Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Road, #04-10/11, Singapore 238896


Phone: +65 6509 0303    电话: +65 6509 0303

Fish Spa & Reflexology

4Fish Spa & Reflexology is a sub-brand of Refresh Group located at Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 1 Transit Lounge. Customers can expect to receive pampering services at a peaceful and tranquil environment, making it the perfect pit stop for their travel journey. Treat yourself to relaxing massages after long flight and allow therapists to take you on a journey of relaxation and rejuvenation. This is the place for you to relax, unwind, be pampered and to put your mind, body and soul into perfect balance.

Address: Changi Airport #02-65 Singapore 819663


Phone: 6542 8308    电话: 6542 8308

Kohong Fish Spa

5Kohong Fish Spa houses tanks and pools of fish doctors that nibble away at dead skin cells. Experience a unique and revitalizing therapy, complete with a foot massage at Kohong Fish Spa. Here you can relax your feet in a warm pool, witness a school of Turkish spa fish swim up and gently nibble on your feet. There are countless doctor fishes in the pool. During the peak season, Kohong Fish Spa will specially ensure that there are sufficient doctor fishes for customers.

Address: 10 Tampines Central 1, Tampines 1, #05-21, Singapore 529536


Phone: +65 6781 8611    电话: +65 6781 8611

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Victoria Zhu is part-time blogger who enjoys writing articles about various citylife. As an English major, she graduated from Guangxi Teachers Education University, focusing on English and American culture. At the same time, she like researching about Chinese culture thus in her blogs all kinds of interesting and amazing culture shock could be found.

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