Getting a great massage in comfortable, clean environment in Hong Kong without paying an arm and a leg for it need not be mission impossible. We dig out the sub 300 dollars best massages in Hong Kong. This is where the savvy Hongkongers go!
For professional massage and reflexology at a reasonable price, Zenjoy is a great choice. It is located on Johnston Road, Wan Chai and is easily found near MTR Exit A3.
Zenjoy is divided into two areas: mixed and women only. While the environment may not be swanky, it is a clean and tidy massage studio which delivers a great massage at a very reasonable price.
It started as a small reflexology spa in Happy Valley and has now expanded to four locations around Hong Kong (Happy Valley, Wan Chai, Lyndhurst Terrace and LKF). Though famous for foot reflexology, different types of body massages are also offered at Happy Foot including the Shanghai style pedicure, Thai massage, Lymphatic massage, pressure point massage or full-body acupressure massage.
Comfortable armchairs, expert therapists and a cosy environment make Happy Foot a perfect studio for an effective and reasonable massage.
Hong Wai Foot and Body Reflexology Centre
Hong Wai Foot and Body Reflexology Centre have two locations in TST and offer a wide range of treatments like traditional Chinese medical massage, foot massage and nail service. Hong Wai prides itself on using superior quality products, experienced staff and advanced technology. This place does get a lot of good word of mouth.
Hong Wai don’t have a website but you can call 2366 2348 for their Cameron Road branch and 2736 1008 for Canton Road.
Pure Massage has 10 outlets distributed around Hong Kong in various districts including Whampoa, Tseung Kwan O, Tsuen Wan, Wan Chai. Easily accessible from most places in Hong Kong, Pure Massage has high hygiene and service quality standards as well as a very reasonable price point.
For the best prices visit during the Happy Hours before 5pm from Monday to Friday.
Halite specialises in massages with Himalayan crystal salt, that is thought to have health benefits. Himalayan crystal salt is used in the ingredients for the massage and the studios are decorated with salt lamps too, creating a calming ambiance for the treatments. These salt lamps also act as natural air ionizer and purifier, cleaning out pollution and dust in the air. Hailite branches can be found in Causeway Bay, West Point and Sheung Wan.
If you’re still hunting for your perfect massage, take a look at this guide to fabulous day spa massages around Hong Kong.
Preeti writes for Spabulous, Hong Kong’s guide to hand picked spas, wellness, travel and healing therapies. She’s always in the know about the best and most unique spa offerings to be found in the city.