As in most tourist destinations in southeast Asia, spa and massage is big business in Siem Reap. Establishments range from the large and luxurious, to the small and not so luxurious. All large hotels, and most medium sized hotels, offer some form of in-house spa and massage service. There are a great many of the small massage places almost everywhere you go in town. We have reviewed some of the more upscale spas for you.
A large and luxurious spa, they offer a variety treatments for individuals and couples. Prices match the luxuriousness. Reservations are advised.
Services: Beauty treatments, waxing, floral bath, jacuzzi, steam bath, private harmony room.
Traditional Massage: reflexology, head-back & shoulder massage, acupressure, slimming massage.
Aromatherapy: eucalyptus, rosemary, ginger, ylang-ylang.
Body Treatments: body wraps, jasmine rice scrub, aromatic salt scrub, grape seed scrub.
Facial Treatments: firming & whitening, vitamin facial, facial for men.
Packages: relaxation treatment, silk & cocoon, natural exotic wrap, tropical moisturizing, etc.
- Opening Hours: 10:00 to 12 midnight.
- Location: On side street around the corner from U-Care Pharmacy.
- Tel: +855 (0)63 761 593
A large, 2-storey spa near the Old Market, it was one of the first luxury spas in Siem Reap. Even though it is a deluxe spa, prices are quite reasonable.
Services Offered: pedicure, manicure.
Massage: hand massage, reflexology, Thai massage, oil massage, aromatic oil massage
Facial & Body: detox facial scrub, detox body scrub, after-sun facial.
- Opening Hours: 10:00 to 22:30.
- Location: Pokambor Street, north of the Old Market.
- Tel: +855 (0)63 764 141.
Just in the last year or so, these so-called “Fish Massage” stands have proliferated in Siem Reap, and there are now many such large fish tanks out on the sidewalk. They are also variously called “Dr. Fish”, “Fish Pedicure” and so on. Customers sit on the edge of the fish tank, and dangle their legs in the water, and the small fish eat the dead skin on their feet. It is not expensive (maybe $1), and some places offer the first treatment free. It doesn’t hurt, but there have been questions raised as to the sanitary conditions of such a treatment.
This is an unpretentious and aesthetically appointed spa with a calm and relaxing atmosphere. Reservations are recommended.
Massage Therapy: tropical massage, Aromatherapy massage, sports massage, stone massage, anti-cellulite massage, four hands massage, foot reflexology
Facial Treatments: tropical facial, aromatic facial, purifying facial, etc.
Body Treatments: aromatic salt scrub, coffee scrub, pepper scrub, jasmine rice scrub, herbal scrub, seaweed scrub, cocoa & coffee slimming, etc.
Waxing, Herbal bath, Manicure, Pedicure, Package treatments
- Opening Hours: 10:00 to 22:00.
- Location: 615/617 Hup Guan St.
- Tel: +855 (0)63 964 391, +855 (0)12 982 062.
Khmer Relief Spa
Khmer Relief Spa has two well-frequented outlets, one along 7 Street and the other located next to Old Market (Phsar Chas) in downtown Siem Reap. Priced between US$18 and US$58, services include foot reflexology, body scrubs and wraps, facials and Swedish, Khmer, and aromatherapy massage treatments. Best of all, the spa uses only top quality rice, fruits, vegetables, and honey from all over Cambodia. If you’re looking to enjoy a full spa experience after a long day, try the 180-minute Khmer Relief Spa (US$52), which combines an anti-stress massage, Battambang rice scrub, and nourishing vitamin rice facial.
- Opening Hours: Daily 10:00 – 23:00
- Location: 7 Street and Old Market
- Tel: +855 63 76 99 66 or +855 63 76 55 96
Le Meridien Angkor Spa
Le Meridien Angkor Spa is a luxurious retreat with six private treatment rooms, sauna, spa tubs and an outdoor bed beside the resort’s swimming pool, all of which are beautifully decorated with intricate stone sculptures and traditional Khmer-style paintings. Perfect for those with sensitive skin, all of its spa services utilise Jurlique products, plant oils, and natural ingredients which are all sourced from numerous regions across Cambodia. Le Meridien Angkor Spa’s treatment menu comprises traditional Khmer, Asian, and western-style massages, body wraps and scrubs, facials, and nail care. Priced at US$80 for a two-hour session, the Cambodia’s Splendour package is inclusive of a body exfoliation using jasmine rice and your choice of oil massage treatment.
- Opening Hours: Daily 10:00 – 22:00
- Location: Le Meridien Angkor
- Tel: +855 63 963 900
A small but tastefully decorated spa offering a range of beauty and massage services.
Beauty: waxing, facial, body scrub, herbal compress, manicure, pedicure
Massage: Khmer massage, oil massage, healing touch, Cosmic connection, spiritual journey.
- Opening Hours: 11:00 to 12 midnight.
- Location: Sivatha Blvd., south of Siem Reap Night Market.
- Tel: +855 (0)12 387 385.
Mudita Spa at Borei Angkor Resort & Spa
Mudita Spa at Borei Angkor Resort & Spa specialises in J'Pong herbal steam therapy, whereby guests relax in an herbal steam infused with a blend of natural botanicals and Cambodian herbs to help promote better circulation and relieve stress. Open daily, the spa centre has eight private rooms, a luxurious villa with 17 treatment beds, outdoor bathtub and rain shower, as well as an onsite hair salon. Additional services include traditional Khmer massages, facials, body scrubs, and depilation treatments. Non-hotel guests can also make use of Borei Angkor Resort & Spa’s sauna and steam rooms, Jacuzzi, swimming pool and fitness centre by purchasing an affordably-priced day pass (US$10 for adults and US$5 for children).
- Opening Hours: Daily 09:00 – 24:00
- Location: Borei Angkor Resort & Spa
- Tel: +855 63 969 300