11 Best Thai Massage and Spas in Bangkok To Pamper Yourself

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There is no place like Bangkok when it comes to heavenly massages and pampering spa treatments. Sure, Asia has no lack of such indulging options, but Bangkok is the place to be if you want some rejuvenation.

You have your very cheap massages at an average THB 300 per hour; that’s S$10 per hour. Unheard of! And then you have the mid-tier ones that are slightly pricier, but what you get is a lush environment with detailed services from the moment you enter.

No trip to Bangkok is complete without a session, so here’s sharing 11 of the Best Thai Massage and Spas in Bangkok. You deserve the pampering.

Asia Herb Association


Asia Herb Association is hugely popular with the Japanese expatriate community in Bangkok. They offer a complete spa experience without the exorbitant price tag that you would usually associate with a luxury spa. And the menu is comprehensive – massages, body treatments, facials and more. You can also customize your session when you fill up the consultation form; let the therapists know your preferences and where you would like to focus on or are not comfortable with.

Rejuventate your body with a Herbal Aroma Oil Body Massage (THB 900/60 minutes) or a Herbal Facial Treatement (THB 1200/80 minutes). Its Asia Perfect for Body package (THB 2,340/2 hours 30 minutes) comes with a 60-minute Body Scrub, 60-minute 100% Pure Blend Oil Body Massage, and 30-minute Fresh Organic Herbal Ball treatment for body.

When in Bangkok, we’d like to set aside half a day for a relaxing session at Asia Herb Association. Appointments are recommended as they are really popular, and members enjoy a 5% discount off ala carte treatments – you can sign up as a member on the spot, and it is free, which makes it a really sweet deal.

Sukhumvit Soi 24
Tel: +66 2 617 4013
Daily: 9am – 2am
Nearest Station: Phromphong

Breeze Spa Bangkok


Located on the 8th floor of Amari Watergate Bangkok – just across the street from Platinum Fashion Mall – Breeze Spa may seem like an unlikely place to go to for a spa treatment, but take step in to Breeze Spa and you will find yourself drifting away into an oasis of calmness. Spa treatments include traditional Thai massage, body polishing, facial treatments, as well as a half-day or a full day spa retreat.

If you are good to invest a bit more in a proper and luxe spa sesssion, why not make an appointment with Breeze Spa and head over after shopping at Platinum Fashion Mall? The idea of shopping and massage sounds perfect to us.

847 Petchburi Road
Amari Watergate Bangkok
Tel: +66 2 653 9000
Daily: 10am – 10pm
Nearest BTS: Chit Lom

Chang Massage


There are several Chang outlets, and though the experiences are pretty much hit-and-miss, we like this place for its convenience and friendly price list. We’ve tried both their Thai massage and Foot Reflexology, and while the “standard” really depends on the therapists, we can safely say that they are generally commendable for their foot reflexology.

At THB 250 per hour, your feet will thank you for that much-needed rub! Certain outlets open till really late too, so you can definitely pop by before supper.

Siam Square Soi 6
Tel: +66 2 654 6339
Daily: 10am – 12 Midnight
Nearest BTS: Siam



Health Land may be a chain, but it is popular for a good reason. In fact, it is one of the most popular spas in Bangkok. There are various outlets in Bangkok, including Asok, Ekamai and Silom. Well, the scale of Health Land is impressive to say the least. The Asok branch is an eight-storied building with its own carpark.

While the interior of Health Land is very nicely done up – it feels more like a luxurious spa than a typical massage parlour – prices are surprisingly but pleasantly very reasonable, and a 2-hour traditional Thai massage is only THB 500, which is the standard market rate and what you would get when you walk into any parlour by the roadside. It is no wonder that Health Land is packed with customers everyday, and reservations are most definitely required.

55/5 Sukhumvit 21 Road, Asoke
Khlongtoeinuea, Wattana
Tel: +66 2 261 1110
Daily: 9am – 11pm
Nearest BTS: Asoke

Lek Massage


Another massage place that we frequent when in Bangkok is Lek, which is also on Siam Square Soi 6, opposite Novotel Hotel. But this is also a place where your luck will be put to a test – some therapists are masters, while a handful of them are very rude and we could feel it through their inconsistent strokes that they are plain reluctant and lazy.

Nonetheless, the massage house is still worth a try. They have the Traditional Thai Massage (THB 250/hour), but we highly recommend the Back, Shoulder & Neck Massage with Hot Compress (THB300 /hour). It is very effective, especially if you have knots in those areas.

412/3 Siam Square Soi 6
Tel: +66 2 658 3930
Daily: 8am – 12 Midnight
Nearest BTS: Siam

Let's Relax Spa


Another popular massage chain is Let’s Relax Spa. Its newest joint at Siam Square One is a huge space with both body massage and foot reflexology rooms. Just a tad more expensive – Thai massage (THB 500/hr), and foot reflexology (THB 400/45 mins) – than those regular ones by the street would charge, Let’s Relax Spa is for all who seek a quieter and cleaner environment.

To be most honest, we did not quite enjoy our sessions. But that is because Let’s Relax Spa is truly relaxing, and we happen to be fans of hardcore and strong massages. That said, if you prefer gentle rubs that will send you to slumber, then Let’s Relax Spa is the place for you.

Appointments are strongly recommended. And if you are looking at a 2-hour session, your treatment will end with a serving of mango sticky rice!

388 Siam Square 1 6th Floor
Phraram 1 Road
Tel: +66 2 252 2228
Daily: 10am – 12 midnight
Nearest BTS: Siam

Luxsa Spa Hansar


This is quite a hidden gem. Hansar Hotel at Ratchadamri is actually one of our favourites in Bangkok, and its Luxsa Spa is definitely unrivalled. The moment you set foot on the “wellness level”, you are in sanctuary. The therapists will take you through their various spa programmes and offerings, you pick your treatments from the extensive menu, and your pampering begins.

Set your mind free, soothe your senses, luxuriate in the holistic treatments and bid your stress and worries goodbye. Luxsa Spa does not come cheap, but it will be money well spent. Its signature Eastern Blend Massage is highly recommended.

3/250 Soi Mahadlekluang 2 Rajdamri Road
Hansar Hotel Bangkok
Tel: +66 2 209 1234
Nearest BTS: Ratchadamri

Number One


After a long day of shopping at Platinum Fashion Mall and Pratunam Market, cross the road and head over to Number One which is tucked along Petchburi Soi 15. There are a few massage shops on the same stretch, but Number One is easily the best.

And yes, it is one of those “cheap” massage places with treatments that range from THB 250 to THB 400 per hour.

Petchburi Soi 15
Tel: +66  2 653 9967
Daily: 9am – 1am
Nearest BTS: Chit Lom


Urban Retreat is more expensive than the usual massage parlours – THB 500 for an hour of traditional Thai massage – but it is still affordable, and it is one of the more well-known spas in Bangkok. Treatments include Head & Shoulder Massage, Aroma Oil Massage, and Hot Stone Massage. The Asok outlet, located just beside the BTS, is very accessible.

Khlong Tan Nuea Vadhana
Tel: +66 2 294 7013
Daily: 10am – 10pm
Nearest BTS: Asoke

So Spa Bangkok


Luxury spa options in Bangkok is aplenty, but if we have to streamline our options, then So SPA at the gorgeous Sofitel So Bangkok is in. The environment is one so inviting and we feel invigorated the moment we set foot on that level. Quiet and serene, with the scent of essential oil burning in the air.

The signature treatments include So Exhilarating Body Massage (THB 2,950/60 minutes), So Rejuvenating Facial (THB 3,200/60 minutes). For the ultimate experience, try the Turkish Hamman bath (THB 5,900/150 minutes) which combines a detoxifying hot steam, body scrub, body wrap and a Moroccan massage.

2 North Sathorn Road, Bangrak
Sofitel So Bangkok
Tel: +66 2 624 0000
Daily: 10am – 10pm
Nearest BTS: Sala Daeng



The birthplace of traditional Thai massage, Watpo is as old school as you can find. Sitting within Wat Pho – the Temple of the Reclining Buddha – Watpo offers authentic Thai body massages at THB 420 per hour.

If you are keen to learn more about Thai massage, take up a course here – from a 5-day beginners introduction course to a 5-week professional Thai massage therapy course, you can start honing your skills.

Read our Bangkok Travel Guide for more recommendations on the things to see, do and eat in Bangkok.