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Price Guide to Thai massages in Hong Kong

Thai massages are incredibly popular in Hong Kong and worldwide, likely due to how effective they are at working all the stress and tension out from your body. Of course, it is not always feasible to make the two-hour flight over to Thailand for a genuine, authentic one. Surely not at the moment anyway. Luckily, there are plenty of places right in Hong Kong for you to get a wonderful genuine Thai massage. In this article, we’ll look at several Thai massage parlours across a range of budgets.

What is a Thai massage?

You may be wondering what exactly a Thai massage is, and how it is different from a regular massage. Originating from Thailand, these massages incorporate assisted yoga poses, Indian Ayurvedic techniques and Chinese acupressure. In a traditional Thai massage, you will remain clothed (although the parlour may provide you with loose pyjamas for maximum comfort) and no additional lotions or oils will be used. Not only will you get a deep tissue massage, but your body will be all stretched out via assisted yoga poses to increase your range and mobility. You will certainly leave the parlour feeling calmer and more relaxed than ever!

How much does a Thai Massage cost in Hong Kong?

It starts as cheap as 188HKD up until 700HKD depending on the duration and general comfort. You can do your own price research on any beauty treatments with this tool.

Let’s look at our top 5 Thai massage parlours in Hong Kong. No matter what your budget is, you’ll surely be able to find the perfect place for you from this list.

Thai massage parlour #1: Thai Heart Massage


Thai Heart Massage is the perfect place to get an authentic Thai massage on a budget! All the massage therapists are from Thailand and have been professionally trained in the art of Thai massages. You are therefore guaranteed a bona fide Thai massage that will work out all those pesky knots and built-up tension in your muscles. Plus, their massage rooms are specially designed to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere for your comfort.

You will find Thai Heart Massage in the heart of Yau Tsim Mong on Nathan Road and is open every day from 10AM to 10PM. A 45-minute massage here will cost you just 188 HKD – this is truly an economical choice.

Thai massage parlour #2: Foot Spa

Foot Spa - Thai Massage
Foot Spa

While Foot Spa’s name makes it seem like they only offer reflexology treatments, they actually offer a variety of services. It is an excellent choice as they combine affordability with quality to ensure you have an overall satisfying experience. The massage therapists here are all highly qualified and provide excellent service on top of the high-quality massages. They are truly amazing at working out all the tension and stress from your muscles and you will leave their parlour with a clear mind, feeling calmer than ever.

Foot Spa is located in Jordan, Foot Spa is open every day from 12PM to 11PM. Their Thai massages are their best-selling service, and it only costs 298 HKD for a 45-minute session! It’s perfect for those on a budget who don’t want to compromise on quality.

Thai massage parlour #3: D’varee Spa and Beauty

D'Varee Spa & Beauty - Thai Massage
D’Varee Spa & Beauty

The environment you’re in plays a huge role in how relaxed you feel. This is why D’varee Spa and Beauty puts in extra effort to make sure their parlour offers a warm, welcoming, nurturing space you can truly feel comfortable in. Their Thai massages will truly reduce the stress you carry as they combine medical expertise with a luxurious spa-care experience. The relaxing atmosphere only makes the massage all the more effective.

D’Varee Spa & Beauty is located in Central District, this spa and beauty centre is open on Mondays to Fridays from 11AM to 9PM, and on Saturdays from 12PM to 7PM. A 60-minute Thai massage will cost 450HKD. However, if you feel like your muscles are especially tense, you can upgrade to a 90-minute session at 600HKD.

Thai massage parlour #4: Cherdchai Hair and Beauty Centre

Cherdchai Hair & Beauty - Thai Massage
Cherdchai Hair & Beauty

Cherdchai Hair and Beauty Centre is perfect for those who are looking for a genuine Thai massage completed with quality hospitality and amazing service. All the massage therapists are well-versed in the art of Thai massages, plus, this beauty centre offers a wide range of other services so you can pamper yourself all day if you’d like!

Cherdchai Hair & Beauty is located in Wan Chai and has been popular with men and women alike since 1995. It is open on Mondays to Saturdays from 10:30AM to 10:30PM. A 60-minute traditional massage costs 500 HKD. Although the price may be average, the quality of treatment and service certainly is not. You can also upgrade to a Thai massage with herbal treatment for 700 HKD.

Thai massage parlour #5: Oxygen Beauty and Health

Oxygen Beauty & Health - Thai Massage
Oxygen Beauty & Health

Escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and treat yourself to an afternoon of pampering at Oxygen Beauty and Health. The perfect place for a well-deserved break from life, this spa and beauty centre offers a wide range of services including Thai massages. Their medical beauty expertise combined with the highest quality of service will ensure you leave their parlour feeling more relaxed than ever. Their staff is highly professional and well-trained in the art of Thai massages. This beauty centre truly puts the needs of the customer first, and you will be guaranteed a wonderful experience.

Oxygen Beauty and Health is located in the heart of downtown Tsim Sha Tsui and is open on Mondays to Saturdays from 11AM to 10PM (8PM on Sundays). A 30-minute Thai massage will cost you 380 HKD. Although this is certainly on the pricier end, the overall environment of this beauty centre makes up for it.

So, there you have it – the top 5 places you can get a relaxing Thai massage in Hong Kong. If you are wondering about the different types of massage you can treat yourself with in Hong Kong, have a look at our piece listing the benefits of 10 different types of massages.

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