Siem Reap

/ Spas in Siem Reap

Deep tissue massage is a part of Asian culture. In many Asian countries, the effect of massage can have equal relaxation effect like Yoga or Tai Chi, that’s why in some Asian countries, with no pun intended, massage is nicknamed “Yoga for the lazy”.

Khmer massage is less popular than its neighbor kingdom Thailand, but it doesn’t mean that it’s less relaxing. Thai and Khmer massages share the same root methods; however Khmer massage uses less twisting and joint crackling like Thai’s.

Prior to any spa treatment, skipping coffee or alcohol is highly recommended. Also, if you have any allergy and or condition, talk about it to your therapist before the treatment begins, to avoid any discomfort caused by some herbs or essence in massage oil.

Amansara Spa is Siem Reap’s secret jewel. Their intuitive massage therapists provide a long list of Southeast Asian massages. The foot cooler treatment is highly recommended after a long day of temple climbing. All relaxed and pampered, get ready to be delighted even more by some exquisite traditional Khmer meals prepared by the Spa’s chef.

Spa Indochine at Hotel de la Paix is designed to seduce spa fanatics to its relaxed and serene Khmer atmosphere. Indulge their customized soothing traditional and international treatments.

Visaya Spa & Pool at the Foreign Correspondent Club Angkor will restore the natural glow. Their herbal bath will strip off all that weariness off your muscles and the aromatherapy essences will leave you dreamy, soothed and absolutely renewed.

Palm Village Resort and Spa is the best non-splurge place to rejuvenate and relax. Try their detoxifying steam bath using traditional Khmer herbs. And their divine body scrubs which combine the rice and fruit extract will smooth your skin and enhance its natural glow.

The therapists at the Frangipani Spa will fix your jetlag blues. Try their pre massage specials like Khmer Coffee and Kampot pepper scrubs before having your two hour Tropical Massage.