The Best Place for Some Personal Pampering Session in Kuala Lumpur

I come to you today with a travel related post brought to you in collaboration with Traveloka about some amazing spots to pamper yourself in bustling and lively Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia! I’ve used Traveloka’s services and let me tell you, it is easy, fast and efficient!

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While you are out gallivanting around Kuala Lumpur, soaking up its amazing wonders and everything it has to offer, it’s always nice to unwind and relax in between all that! What better way to do it then a calm, relaxing time at the spa? It’s the perfect way to de-stress from your hectic day being a tourist.

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What’s even more cooler is that you can easily enjoy this luxurious pampering session without even having to step out of your hotels. With an extensive range of holistic facials, traditional massages and body treatment from numerous regions across Southeast Asia plus a five-star standard service, you will never want to leave that little place of heaven.

So, here is your best guide to KL’s most popular spas.

Spa Village at the Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur

Find yourself in a luxurious retreat enclosed in a private tropical terrace when you step into the Spa Village at Ritz Carlton. Situated right in Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle, the services that you will be able to find here range from traditional Thai, Balinese, Malay, Swedish, hot stone, and aromatherapy massage therapies to European-style facials, body scrubs and wraps. After your pampering session, you can relax at the spa’s outdoor nap gazebos with great views of lush greenery and water fountains.

Mandara Spa at Renaissance Kuala Lumpur

Pamper yourself in an award-winning Balinese spa at the Renaissance Kuala Lumpur hotel in their own Mandara Spa. It is a place where you can sit back and enjoy relaxing body and foot massage, facials, manicure and pedicure treatments by highly-skilled therapists. Totally recommended would be the Mandara Massage that is great for soothing fatigued muscles as it incorporates Shiatsu, Thai, Hawaiian Lomi-Lomi, Swedish and Balinese massage styles with pure essential oils.

The Spa at Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur

Find yourself rejuvenated at the Spa in the Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur where you and your partner can both enjoy a pampering session together. They feature six single and two couples’ treatment rooms decked out in wooden furnishing, earthy tones, and warm lighting. Treatments available here range from traditional Malay and aromatherapy body massages to Borneo body scrub and jetlag treatments. For couples, The Romance Rose treatment is totally recommended as it utilizes rose petals and natural sea salt for deep exfoliation.

The Majestic Spa at the Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur

The Majestic Spa at the Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur boasts unique art deco styles of Scottish architect and designer Charles Rennie Macintosh’s Willow Tearooms. Offering a calming view of the hotel’s swimming pool and Kuala Lumpur’s City view, the elegant spa is beautifully decorated with beautiful antiques and fresh flowers. Their must try signature treatment will be the North Coast seaweed sculpt that helps in stimulating blood circulation, lifts and firms your skin as well as reduces cellulite and water retention.

To make things way easier for your spa session, get your accommodations right at these hotels. Right after you are done, you get to rest in your comfortable room that these hotels are known for. Right from a surreal and relaxing session to your own beautiful home away from home. Even if you are not into these exquisite stays, you can always book your hotels from over 70,000 different accommodations through Traveloka. With added promotions and discounts, look no further, Traveloka will surely be your one-stop choice when it comes to hotel bookings.

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