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Singapore remains a safe destination. There is no travel restriction by World Health Organisation (WHO) to Zika-affected countries.

Whether you're craving a retreat tucked away within the city’s busy streets or set amidst lush greenery, there’s no shortage of spas in Singapore to unwind in from head to toe.

Award-winning hotel spa chain St. Gregory is located at four locations around town. Take your pick from over 40 treatments, including massages inspired by traditional Chinese medicine.

For spa treatments with views to die for, step into the world-famous Banyan Tree Spa at Marina Bay Sands®. With its relaxing earthy décor and indulgent array of treatments, this urban hideaway on the 55th floor is a spectacular experience.

Fans of Japanese relaxation will enjoy Singapore’s first indoor Japanese public bath, Ikeda Spa Prestige. It replicates a truly Zen experience including a tea ceremony, calming rock garden and onsen-style baths.

Give your fingers and toes a pampering treat at Remède Spa at St. Regis, with its signature manicures and pedicures designed by French podiatrist and ‘foot virtuoso’ Bastien Gonzalez.

For an indulgent spa session in the heart of the city, visit Estheva Spa at Raffles Hotel. The luxury day spa's flagship outlet is located at the historic hotel’s shopping arcade and is fitted with spacious and plush spa suites. Signature treatments include the Chocolatier Massage, which uses pure warm chocolate as part of its mood-boosting massage.

No spa experience in Singapore is complete without a visit to the sumptuous retreats on Sentosa.

The five-star Auriga Spa at the gorgeous Capella Singapore hotel features wellness treatments and top-notch service in a contemporary Asian space.

Nearby, ESPA’s Asian flagship at Resorts World™ Sentosa is a 10,000-square-metre rejuvenation destination. Explore its lush grounds, including a hammam (traditional Turkish bath) Japanese-style onsen, and indulge in nature-inspired treatments.