Masego Spa, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mary Chia Holdings Ltd, is an oasis where one can find reprieve from the daily grind.
Canopy tents decorate the spa located at Jurong Safra. Each tent houses massage beds and spa facilities. The design and setting of the place is unique and refreshing, and the smell of lavender oil permeates the air. Aimed at promoting tranquility and holistic wellness to customers, we take a look at what Masego spa has to offer.
* Some photos taken on the day of their Halloween event.
Entrance to Masego Spa
Sand Bath area
G & J: Holding area where the receptionist will ask you to fill up a form to state your preferences – soft, medium or hard strength. This place is also for one to relax and drink tea after the spa.
G & J: The male and female toilets were spacious, with lockers to safe-keep valuables. Showers were partitioned away from the clothes hook, to prevent clean clothes from getting soaked while you take a shower. There is also a steam room at the far end of the toilet, and shower caps are provided. Shower gel and towels are available upon request or already inside the bathroom.
Inside a canopy tent: safari-themed massage beds
Safari-themed robes provided
G & J: The robes were slightly grimy and smelled musty. Even on our second visit, the robes still had a lingering smell.
On the massage…
G: I thought the massage was very thorough – she started on my back, followed by arms, waist, legs (even toes) and when I flipped around, the upper chest, hips and head massage also followed. Very relaxing and I think all my tensed muscles loosened.
J: Massage was relaxing and firm; I would go back again.
Dessert served after the massage
G & J: Service was good and this dessert menu changes often.
The Masego Spa body massage is worth $68 for a 60-min session. There are also 90-min ($98) and 120-min ($128) sessions available. Check out their full range of services here
Masego The Safari Spa
333 Boon Lay Way,
Level 3, Leisure Wing,
* This is a sponsored post by Brand Cellar and Masego Spa.
If you prefer a no frills spa that opens around the clock, check out our review of Le Spa
The only downsides to this place are the weird-smelling bathrobes and the location. Although it is located just opposite Jurong Point Shopping Mall (and therefore walkable distance from Boon Lay MRT), there are no shelters or bus stops to the place if it rains. Otherwise, this place is cheap and good for a decent and relaxing massage.
Gail prefers Masego Spa, while Jem prefers Le Spa.
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