Chinese massage are a great way to relax and unwind after a hard week at work as well as being an effective and cheap way of curing a variety of ailments. Most major cities in China have a variety of massage parlors, spas and saunas and Guangzhou is no exception with its venues being popular among locals, expatriates and tourists alike.
Short list of top Guangzhou massage parlours
This article details some of the best massage venues in Guangzhou giving information on pros, cons, services and costs. So start planning your next massage day today and prepare to unwind and recharge in some of the city’s best venues.
Pros: Foot massages at a reasonable price are Zutai’s specialty. Their massages also often combine relaxation techniques with therapy to relieve symptoms such as exhaustion, inflammation and beriberi. Many of their foot massages begin with a foot bath containing herbal extracts.
Cons: A little troublesome to reach and find by public transport as the parlor is located about 20 minutes from the nearest subways station.
Massage costs: Most items on the menu range from 75 to 100 RMB for over one hour.
Pros: The Haijiao leisure club is a massage and spa center that offers massages styles including: Chinese, Hong Kong-nese, Thai and essential oil. What is great about this place is the overnight spa which gives you a place to relax after your treatment including a free sauna, entertainment are, food and also drinks. Their prices are reasonable compared to some of their pricier competition.
Cons: Can be very crowded during weekends so try to go during the week for a more relaxing experience. Other than that it is a great place!
Massage costs: Priced at roughly 160 to 200 RMB for 90 minute massage the Spa costs 100 RMB but is open 24 hours.