Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Pamper your body in Siem Reap

See the locations on Siem Reap Massage and Spa Google Map

Picture by Joe Hardesty

If you have not tried the Fish Spa until now you should do. It's a good cleaning of the skin. And the fish in the basin are not Piranhas! You will discover Fish Spas in Pub Street and near the Old Market.
But more relaxation you will get from a Khmer Massage: Head, shoulder, legs, feet or full body - what you like. If compared to Thai massage the Khmer massage is much gentler, much more soothing.

Amansara Spa: No 262, Krom 8. Their massage therapists provide a long list of Southeast Asian massages. And you can enjoy traditional Khmer meals prepared by the Spa’s chef.

Bodia Spa: At Heritage Suites Hotel behind Wat Polanka and at Old Market (Phsa Chas) above U-Care Pharmacy. With masseurs and masseuses. Good reviews on

Bodytune: 2 Thnou Street, Old Market area. Traditional Thai Massage as well as "Harmony Plus": an ancient combination of Reflexology aimed at loosening tension in your legs and feet, and Traditional Thai technique that will take away fatigue in your shoulders, back and head.

Frangipani Spa: 617 Hup Guan Street. Pre massage specials like Khmer Coffee and Kampot pepper scrubs. Tropical Massage focuses on the pressure points and stretching techniques associated with Thai massage. Very good reviews on

Lemongrass Garden Massage and Beauty Spa: 7 Sivatha Road. They provide Khmer Massage as well as "Spiritual" Massage. What's this? For example "30 minutes Head & Shoulder Massage, then 1 hour Relaxing Khmer Massage". Very good reviews on

Seeing Hands Massage 4: 324 Sivatha Street. Blind people are trained here in the art of massage. Some reviewers on found the massage too strong. Read the story on

Visaya Spa & Pool: At the Foreign Correspondent Club Angkor. Herbal bath and aromatherapy.

And more massage shops:

S.O.Angkor Khmer Massage & Spa: 666 Street No.6

Read more:

Hotels and Guesthouses in Siem Reap – and your reviews

Mouthwatering food in Siem Reap: Reviews of restaurants.

Angkor Archeological Park : The incredible remains of the Khmer kingdom

Magical Tonle Sap Lake: Living on the water and with the nature

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