9 affordable onsens and jjimjilbangs in Singapore for a well-deserved self care spa day

by Trinity Sun and Vera

After a stressful week, it’s undoubtedly time to #treatyoself โ€” however that may look like. For a day of just switching off and letting the bubbling water carry away a year’s worth of stress, here’s the ultimate list of 9 affordable onsen spas in Singapore for your soaking pleasure. Go on bestie, you’ve earned it and wholly deserve it.

1. Spa-1

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Abide by the saying “the more the merrier”? A pass at Spa-1 entitles you to 12 different facilities for that relaxed state of mind, including features such as the hot bubble pool, hot hydro jet pool, grand spa hydrotherapy, cassia seed sauna, and even free-flow food & beverages.

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๐Ÿ“ 511 Guillemard Rd #B1-01, Grandlink Square, S399849
๐Ÿ•’ 11amโ€“10.20pm (Daily)
๐Ÿ’ต S$48 for 3-hour pass, S$68 for full-day pass

2. Heiwa Wellness & Spa

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Step into Heiwa Wellness & Spa and immediately feel at peace with the zen atmosphere. Featuring a minimalistic theme, the luxurious space is designed to encourage total relaxation. The Heiwa Wellness Spa Signature Package (from S$149.05) includes a full-body massage, spa facilities like the onsen soak, infra sauna, and steam bath, and a premium Japanese meal to top it all off.

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๐Ÿ“ 1 Maritime Square, #03-44/45/46 HarbourFront Centre, Singapore 099253
๐Ÿ•’ 10am–10pm (Daily)
๐Ÿ’ต From S$149.05

3. Yunomori Onsen

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I’ll always laud Yunomori Onsen as my personal favourite, seeing as how it’s literally a relaxation gateway for anyone looking to escape for a bit. At Yunomori, you’ll not only have access to the gender-segregated bathhouses featuring five baths of differing temperatures and blends but there’s also a cafe for your dining pleasure and massage rooms to boot.

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๐Ÿ“ 1 Stadium Place #02-17/18 Kallang Wave Mall Singapore 397628
๐Ÿ•’ 10amโ€“10pm (Daily)
๐Ÿ’ต From S$45 for all-day access

4. Joya Onsen Cafe

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Bringing a slice of respite to Westies, Joya Onsen Cafe is a quaint onsen and cafe rolled in one along Upper Jurong Road. Despite its size, Joya Onsen squeezes two private baths, two gender-segregated public baths, and a cafe for some post-soaking snacks.

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๐Ÿ“511 Upper Jurong Road, #01-06, Singapore 638366
๐Ÿ•’ 10.30amโ€“10.45pm (Daily)
๐Ÿ’ต From S$41.80 for a full-day pass

5. Ikeda Spa

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Renowned as Singapore’s first Japanese spa, Ikeda Spa is a serene retreat that feels just like a Japanese hot spring resort. Ikeda specialises in the special Hinoki Onsen bath, which gets its name from the use of hinoki, Japanโ€™s most prized cypress wood once reserved strictly for royalty, and used for building palaces, temples, and shrines.

Aside from the onsen, other facilities such as massages, facials, and hair removal services are also available.

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๐Ÿ“ 787 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 269762
๐Ÿ•’ 1.30pmโ€“10.30pm (Daily)
๐Ÿ’ต From S$90 for 30 minutes (Hinoki Onsen Bath)

6. The Hot Spa

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The Hot Spa is tucked away in the forgotten recesses of Roxy Square and is unbeknownst even to some of Katong’s frequent passers-by. Aside from pools, The Hot Spa also boasts other relaxing services like Swedish massages, tui na, ear candling, and facials. However, the hot pool facilities here, unfortunately, are restricted only to male usage.

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๐Ÿ“ 50 East Coast Road #03-00, Roxy Square 1 Shopping Centre, Singapore 428769
๐Ÿ•’ 11amโ€“11pm (Daily)

7. Elements Wellness

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The Koyamaki Onsen Bath at Elements Wellness lets you experience the wonders of onsen therapy in a cosy private room in the very heart of town. Soak away in energised ion water and microbubbles that are said to relieve chronic pain.

In addition, the act of cycling through hot and cold baths creates the practice of contrast hydrotherapy that’s said to heavily boost circulation.

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๐Ÿ“176 Orchard Rd, #02-28, The Centrepoint, Singapore 238843
๐Ÿ•’ 11amโ€“9pm (Mon to Fri), and 10.30amโ€“8pm (Sat & Sun)
๐Ÿ’ต From S$168

8. G.Spa

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Open 24/7, G.Spa provides relief round the clock so you can relax on your own schedule. Soak in hot and cold pools, as well as sweat it out in the sauna and steam rooms so you’re guaranteed to get the week’s worth of stress out of your system, any time. Also, when you purchase the Spa Admission (S$72) ticket, you’ll have access to unlimited a la carte food and beverages, so gear up for a hedonistic time.

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๐Ÿ“102 Guillemard Road, #02-02, Singapore 399719
๐Ÿ•’ 24 hours
๐Ÿ’ต From S$72 for one-time entry

9. Spring Heal Spa

 Photo: ๅฐ็™ฝ็พŠๅœจๆญค/RED

Relax in Spring Heal Spa’s jjimjilbang hot stone sauna, where youโ€™ll find the floor covered in small, smooth stones warmed to a temperature of 38 to 45ยบC. Youโ€™ll be surprised how comfortable it is to lie on the stones, especially when theyโ€™re warm! If you constantly suffer from aching muscles, the pressure from the stones is great for loosening those knots.

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๐Ÿ“ 133 New Bridge Rd, #02-28 Chinatown Point, Singapore 059413
๐Ÿ•’ 10am–10pm (Daily)
๐Ÿ’ต From S$15

For your next self-care day, consider going to an onsen or jjimjilbang for a relaxing pamper session where you can soak your stresses and body aches away!

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