10 Best Massage Spas in Metro Manila: Top-Rated

Feeling stressed from work? Longing to stretch and ease those tired muscles and joints? Metro Manila is home to a variety of spas, each offering unique services and massage techniques. In this article, we’ve curated a list of the top 10 massage spas, popular and highly rated by clients, catering to various budgets.

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1. Asian Massage

Asian Massage, true to its name, specializes in a variety of Asian massage techniques, such as Philippine traditional hilot massage, Seomyeong massage using Japanese moguza, Thai massage, Asian foot reflexology, Shiatsu massage, and hot stone massage. They also offer Ventosa cupping therapy, lymphatic drainage, and baby massage.

Asian Massage Menu & Services
Asian Massage Menu

Asian Massage has branches across the Philippines, including Fairview, Maginhawa, Makati, Malate, Mandaluyong, Ortigas, Pasay, Pasig, Retiro, San Juan Greenhills, Taguig, and Timog in Metro Manila. Their main branch is located in Goldrich Mansion Building along South Superhighway in Makati. They operate 24/7.

2. Wensha Spa

Based on experience, Wensha Spa has some of the most skilled massage therapists in town. But they offer more than just massages. They also provide buffet services and have sauna, steam, pool, and shower facilities.

Wensha Spa has three branches in Metro Manila: one in Pasay City and two in Quezon City in Banawe and Timog. Additionally, they offer KTV and function rooms for parties, meetings, and other events. Wensha Spa is open daily from 12 NN to 2 AM.

Wensha Spa Menu & Promos
Wensha Spa Menu & Promos

**Actual prices may vary.

3. Foot Zone

Specializing in foot services such as foot reflexology and foot scrub, Foot Zone lives up to its name. In addition to these, they also provide Swedish massage, Shiatsu massage, Hot Stone massage, Ventosa, and ear candling. With multiple branches in Metro Manila, including Makati, UP Town Center, Eastwood, Annapolis Greenhills, P. Guevarra in San Juan, and Visayas Avenue in Quezon City, Foot Zone’s locations are open from 12 NN to 1 AM.

Foot Zone Massage Menu and Price List
Foot Zone Menu

4. Tonton Prestige Massage

Tonton Prestige Massage specializes in Wat Pho traditional Thai massage, a dry massage focusing on pressure points and body stretching. They have branches in Tomas Morato (Quezon City), Pasay Road (Makati), Legazpi Village (Makati), Leviste (Makati), Greenhills (San Juan), Shaw Boulevard (Mandaluyong), Shell Residences (MOA Pasay), and Ortigas (Pasig).

Massage rates may vary per branch so it’s best to contact the branch before visiting. Their branches are open from 11 AM to 2 AM.

Tonton Prestige Massage branches and contact details
Tonton Prestige Branches

5. M-Bay Health Spa

M-Bay Health Spa, located along Quirino Avenue in Malate, Manila, specializes in traditional authentic Shiatsu massage. In addition to Shiatsu, they offer other services such as Ventosa, foot massage, and body scrub.

M-Bay Health Spa Massage Menu
M-Bay Health Spa Menu

The spa also features a sauna, steam room, and shower areas, which are complimentary for one hour with any massage booking. Additionally, guests have the option to book a private room, with rates varying based on capacity and facilities. M-Bay Health Spa is open from 1 PM to 12 MN.

6. Royal Oriental Wellness

Specializing in Chinese massage techniques, Royal Oriental Wellness offers a range of massage treatments as well as Chinese Medicinal Mud Paste Treatment, Ventosa, back scraping, foot scrub, and Chinese Herbal Eye Patch Treatment. You can find them along Nicanor Garcia Street in Bel-Air, Makati City, and they are open from 1 PM to 11 PM.

Royal Oriental Wellness Menu and Price List
Royal Oriental Wellness Menu

7. Chang Thai

Another massage spa chain specializing in Thai massage is Chang Thai, which has 6 branches across Metro Manila, including Kapitolyo (Pasig), Poblacion (Makati), Tomas Morato (Quezon City), Escriva (Pasig), Greenhills (San Juan), and C5 (Pasig). Offering services ranging from 500 to 1500 (for twin massage), they provide some of the most affordable massage rates in Metro Manila. Their operating hours are from 12 NN to 2 AM.

Chang Thai Massage Menu and Prices
Chang Thai Menu

8. Nuat Thai

Nuat Thai, the largest and most renowned chain of massage spas in the Philippines, has over a hundred branches nationwide. Established in Cebu City, Nuat Thai has been providing affordable Thai massage services to Filipinos since 2005. While the experience may vary across branches due to their large number, Nuat Thai’s massages are generally worthwhile.

Nuat Thai Massage Menu and Price List
Nuat Thai Menu

** Prices may vary per branch.

9. Hue House Massage

Hue House Massage is a Korean-inspired spa offering a variety of treatments including lava stone massage, aroma therapy, Swedish, Shiatsu, foot massage, facial, and foot scrub. You can find them at 556 Remedios Circle in Malate, Manila, and they operate from 10 AM to 2 AM.

Hue Massage House Menu and Price List (Remedios, Malate, Manila)
Hue Massage Menu

10. Oren Thai Touch Massage & Spa

Located on the 2nd floor of Aseana Square in Paranaque City, Oren Thai Touch Massage & Spa specializes in Thai massage, including traditional Thai massage, Thai oil massage, Thai body scrub, herbal ball massage, hot stone massage, and foot massage. While the prices are a bit higher due to its prime location, the experience is worthwhile. Oren Thai Touch operates from 10 AM to 3 AM.

Oren Thai Massage Menu and Price List
Oren Thai Menu

Frequently Asked Questions

Which spa offers the cheapest massage in Metro Manila?

Chang Thai and Nuat Thai offer the most affordable massage rates of the listed spas above. Some smaller spas in Manila may provide even cheaper rates.

How much does a 1-hour full-body massage cost in the Philippines?

A 1-hour full-body massage in the Philippines can range from around 400 PHP to 3,000 PHP, depending on the spa and the type of massage. The prices may vary based on the location, reputation of the establishment, and the type of massage offered.

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Ron Lao is an engineering graduate with a passion for writing informative content and exploring new places, cultures, and food. He loves science, cats, badminton, and anything wellness-related.

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