TOP 5 UNDER 300 DOLLARS CHEAP BEST MASSAGES IN HONG KONG
For professional massage and reflexology in reasonable price, Zenjoy is a great choice. It is located at Wan Chai and is easily found near MRT Exit A3.
Zenjoy is divided into two areas: Mixed Area (for men and women ) and an an area demarcated only for women. While the environment may not be swanky, it is a clean and tidy massage studio which delivers a great massage at very reasonable price.
Some of the reviews for Zenjoy include one by SCMP which suggests that, “one can swear by the clean and affordable Zenjoy, a spa on Johnston Road”. Sherman Chung from Headline news notes that “his masseur at Zenjoy was skillful and found every sore spot”. A great balance between budget and quality!
Chinese Acupressure Massage – HK$205 for 60 minutes
Aromatherapy Massage – HK$205 for 60 minutes
Lymphatic Meridian Massage – HK$245 for 60 minutes
9A (Men & Ladies) & 9B (Ladies)
Tung Fong Building, 151-155 Johnston Road
Wan Chai (MTR A3 exit)
T: +852 3487 0330
It started as a small reflexology spa in Happy Valley and has now expanded to a total of four locations. 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.
The List magazine has granted the Best Foot Massage of the Reader’s Choice Awards to Happy Foot. Fodors recommends it highly “Reflexology is Hong Kong’s cheap way to relax, and Happy Foot is the legendary place to have it done.”
Comfortable armchairs, expert therapists are experts, comfortable environment make Happy Foot a perfect studio for an effective and reasonable massage.
Foot Reflexology Massage – HK$198 for 50 minutes
Medical Massage – HK$250 for a 50 minutes
Combination massage of foot (50 minutes) and shoulder (25 minutes) – HK$292 for 75 minutes
Prices at the Happy Foot Luxe location are a little bit higher (roughly between 5-10% more)
Lan Kwai Fong
19th & 20th floor, Century Square,
No.1 D’Aguilar Street, Central
T: +852 2522 1151
11th floor, Lyndhurst Tower,
No.1 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central
T: +852 2521 0066
1st floor, No. 13 Sing Woo Road
T: +852 2524 2323
Hopewell Wan Chai
Entire 7th floor, QRE Plaza,
202 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai
T: +852 2573 3438
Hong Wai Foot and Body Reflexology Centre
Founded in 1996, Hong Wai Foot and Body Reflexology Centre offers a wide range of treatments like traditional Chinese medical massage, foot massage beauty and nail service. It prides itself on using the international and superior quality products, experienced staff and use of advanced technology. Hong Wai Foot & Body Centre does get a lot of good word of mouth.
SCMP describes it as “a long-time favourite” while BBC recommends it highly “The purist traveller should head to long-established Hong Wai Foot and Body Reflexology Centre in the Tsim Sha Tsui district, where the best masseurs are nicknamed “masters” and take their pressure points extremely seriously.”
Tsim Sha Tsui
12/F, Grand Right Centre
10 Cameron Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
T: +852 2366 2348 | +852 2366 2649
Tsim Sha Tsui
7/F, Chung Fung Commercial Building
12 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
T: +852 2736 1008 | +852 2736 1009
Photo: HK Magazine
Started in 2000, Pure Massage is the first spa studio that get into estates, shopping malls and hotels. There are total 10 locations, distributed around 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 aiming to provide excellent service at economical services.
SCMP recommends it highly for its Chinese massage. HK Magazine describes the place as “Ultra clean and hushed, this Thai-styled space right on Queen’s Road is a hit with those in the know for their superbly skilled reflexology sifus, all of whom have been hand-picked by the big boss of the company himself—who I’m told is something of a reflexology connoisseur and makes all candidates give him a foot rub during the interview.”
Prices various according to the location. Overall a better price can be enjoyed during the Happy Hours before 5pm from Monday to Friday.
Foot Reflexology HK$ 204 – HK$ 186 for 50 minutes
Chinese Massage HK$ 234 – HK$ 222 50 minutes
(Prices for shop G36 in Site 12, Whampoa Garden, Hung Hom)
Shop G36, Site 12, Whampoa Garden
T: +852 3156 1616
Halite endorses revitalisation of body with the Original Himalayan Crystal Salt, that is known to have health benefits. Himalayan Crystal Salt is used in the ingredients for the massage and the studios are decorated by Himalayan Crystal Salt Lamps too, creating a calming ambience for the treatments. These salt lamps also act as natural air ionizer and purifier, cleaning out pollution and dust in the air.”
BBC describes Halite as one of the safe choices for foot massages in Hong Kong. The List also gives a high rating for Halite, “Step into the quiet, peaceful surrounds of Halite, and you could almost forget that you’re in the heart of Sheung Wan.”
Crystal Salt Slimming Treatment – HK$ 269 for 45 minutes
Lymphatic Drainage Massage – HK$ 269 for 45 minutes
Unit A&B, 24/F., Guangdong Tours Centre
18 Pennington Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
T: +852 2890 6820 | +852 2890 6821
West Point Shop 9, G/F, 4-16 Hill Road
Yip Cheung Building, West Point, Hong Kong
(Near Traders Hotel Hong Kong)
T: +852 2777 1101 | +852 2777 1102
Sheung Wan Basement, CNT Commercial Building
302 Queen’s Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
T: +852 2808 0028 | +852 2808 0068