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Where to Get a Good Foot Massage in Hong Kong

29 August, 2017
Beauty

Where to Get a Good Foot Massage in Hong Kong

Sit back and relax

 

We don’t need an excuse to go and pamper ourselves, but it’s a well-known fact how much walking we do in Hong Kong. Our FitBits constantly congratulate us when we reach an astonishing number of steps! With all of these hills and crowded streets, it’s especially worse when we have to navigate in heels (basically torture for our feet!).

Carve out some much needed time for yourself and head over to a foot massage parlour. Make it a girls’ night and splurge a little on pedicures together! Give your feet some R&R and we promise you’ll leave feeling like you’re floating on cloud nine.

Read more: Skincare in Hong Kong: Five Refreshing Facials

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Ten Feet Fall

What we love most about Ten Feet Tall is that it’s the perfect place to step away from the city’s hustle and bustle for a quick massage (or two!). Located conveniently in Hong Kong’s Central district, Ten Feet Tall offers a range of massage treatment options, as well as nail services.

Sip on its Maestro Fusion (from their extensive drinks list!) before enjoying classic foot reflexology or a pressure point massage. Finish off your spa day by checking into the nail bar and indulge in a mini mani and pedi! 

Where: 20/F & 21/F, L Place, 139 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong
How much: Foot Reflexology: Monday -Friday: $340 for 50 mins, Friday, Saturday and public holidays: $380
Best for: Acupressure www.tenfeettall.com.hk

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Zhen Foot Spa and Body Massage

From prenatal massages to cupping therapy, ZHEN Foot, Spa and Body Massage provides multiple services to its clientele. The masseuses are skilled and professional, and will help relieve any stress on your body. The Foot Massage is a must-try, and if you’re in a rush, book the “Quick Fix” session for foot reflexology, calf, shoulder and neck massage ($178 for 25 minutes!).

Where: Suite 1802, Century Square, 1-13 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Foot Massage: $238 for 50 minutes
Best for: ‘The Foot Massage’

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Happy Foot

Originally operating only as small reflexology spa, Happy Foot has now flourished into four different locations with over 150 seats and 100 massage beds. It is immaculately furnished to cater your every need!

With its philosophy firmly rooted in the benefits of reflexology, Happy Foot’s masseuses focus on targeting back pain and migraines with their massage. For those of you who live on Hong Kong Island, check out the option of its “Home Massage” so that you can truly relax in the privacy of your own home!

Where: 19/F, Century Square, No. 1 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong and 7/F, Queen’s Road East Plaza, 202 Queen’s Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong
How much: Foot Massage: $218 for 50 minutes
Best for: Foot Reflexology 

www.happyfoot.hk

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Soho Relax

With friendly staff, great ambience and skilled experts, Soho Relax has the formula down for the perfect massage. The masseuses check in to make sure the pressure they’re applying is just right. With its spacious rooms, you’ll feel right at ease in their hands! We highly recommend that you join its membership package offer, where you buy ten and get three massages free. If you book in advance on weekdays before 5pm, you’ll also get an extra 5% discount. With such sweet deals, how could you say no?

Where: G/F, 37 Caine Road, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong
How much: Foot massage: $168 for 50 minutes
Best for: Traditional Chinese Massage

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Gao’s Foot Massage

A traditional massage parlour, Gao’s Foot Massage aims to bring their clients a stress-free setting. We can’t think of anything better than listening to soothing bird sounds playing in the background during a massage! Slowly sip rose tea and let its shoulder heating pads absorb any lingering pain. From aroma to lymphatic massages, we guarantee that you’ll find whatever you need here at Gao’s!

Where: 17/F, No 1 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, G/F, 77 Caine Road, Central, Hong Kong, Shop J Lower Ground, 99 Caine Road, Mid-Level, Central, Hong Kong

www.gaosfootlankwaifong.com
How much: Foot Massage: $218 for 50 minutes
Best for: Foot Reflexology

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ZEN Massage

Once you step into this dimly lit massage parlour, you’ll feel like you’ve entered into a whole different world at ZEN. Its calm, peaceful and clean surroundings will entice you to keep coming back for more!

If you opt for its foot massage session, they’ll prep your tired feet in a tub of warm water first. Trust the staff to take care of you and consider trying their Traditional Body Massage. The techniques can be traced back a 1000 years ago to the history of Chinese traditional medicine aimed to relieve fatigue and to improve health conditions. 

Where: 6/F, Jade Center, 98 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Foot massage: $218 for 50 minutes
Best for: Foot massages

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Halite

We all know that too much sodium can be damaging to our health, but Halite uses salts to help improve your health. It specialises in using Himalayan Crystal Salts in their services and in their décor. Halite recognise the importance of these Crystal Salts (which contain all of the 84 elements the human body is composed of!) and use them in the form of salt lamps.

These salt lamps are natural air ionisers which help reduce airborne dust levels, boost energy and increase aerobic metabolism. Its Chinese Foot Reflexology Massage, Crystal Salt Foot Scrub and Foot Bath is one package that will have you feeling like you’re walking on clouds!

Where: No 18, 4/F, Pak Sha Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong (click here for other locations)
How much: $179 for 45 minutes
Best for: Crystal Salt Massages

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FOOT Reflexology & Acupressure Ltd

With private rooms available for both foot and body massages, FOOT Reflexology and Acupressure is just a quick stop in Central. If you’re looking to squeeze in a quick spa session after work, this is the spot! Book online and look forward to only having top-notch quality chemical-free massage products used on you. Revitalise yourself by booking a foot reflexology massage and acupressure appointment to stimulate your energy levels. You’ll feel more refreshed than ever when it’s all done!

Where: 8/F, Regent Centre, 88 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong
How much: Foot reflexology: $350 for 50 minutes
Best for: Foot reflexology/acupressure

www.foothk.com

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Natura Thai Massage & Spa

Over at Natura Thai, no detail is overlooked, no matter how small. A traditional Thai massage (a combination of acupressure massage techniques and yoga style body stretching!) and foot reflexology session is best for any muscle discomfort or ligament pain, so head over for some pain relief!

Afterwards, unwind with some Thai herb tea made with Bael fruit, lemongrass and pandan leaves. It helps clear up the intestines and relieve stomachaches. 

Sassy tip: On Mondays to Fridays, if you go before 4pm, there’s a $20 discount (not applicable on public holidays).

Where: 93 High Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
How much: $230 for 60 minutes
Best for: Foot Reflexology

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Sense of Touch  

Multi-award winning day spa, Sense of Touch, has a whopping six locations scattered throughout Hong Kong. The Lan Kwai Fong location boasts a lovely rooftop lounge, making it the spot to have a spa party (as they lovingly call it, a sparty!) with your girls! Its impressive list of spa services cater for everyone – from women and men to kids and brides-to-be. Sign up to be a member to enjoy exclusive discounts and free treatments!

Where: Multiple locations, check them here
How much: Foot massage: $300 for 30 minutes
Best for: Signature treatment packages

www.senseoftouch.com.hk

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