The best spas in Siem Reap are must-visits, especially after a full day of exploring the quintessential Angkor Wat and Angkor Archaeological Park. These wellness centres offer a well-varied range of holistic facials, traditional massages, and body treatments, together with exceptional service, tranquil ambience and professional therapists with years of experience.

    While you can enjoy a pampering session in the comfort of your hotel, standalone spas are equally impressive as most are set within downtown Siem Reap – excellent for a quick bit of relaxation before exploring the town. From award-winning spas within luxurious resorts to affordable yet stylish independent venues, read on for our guide to Siem Reap’s most popular spas and wellness centres.


    Mudita Spa at Borei Angkor Resort & Spa

    Mudita Spa at Borei Angkor Resort & Spa specialises in J'Pong herbal steam therapy, whereby guests relax in herbal steam infused with a blend of natural botanicals and Cambodian herbs to help promote better circulation and relieve stress. The spa centre has 8 private rooms, a luxurious villa with 17 treatment beds, outdoor bathtub and rain shower, as well as an onsite hair salon.

    Additional services include traditional Khmer massages, facials, body scrubs, and depilation treatments. If you’re not staying at the Borei Angkor, you can also make use of their sauna and steam rooms, Jacuzzi, swimming pool and fitness centre by purchasing a day pass.

    Location: Borei Angkor Resort & Spa, Wat Bo Rd, Siem Reap 17254, Cambodia

    Open: Daily from 9am to midnight

    Phone: +855 63 965 553


    Le Meridien Angkor Spa

    Le Meridien Angkor Spa is a luxurious retreat with 6 private treatment rooms, sauna facilities, spa tubs and an outdoor bed beside the resort’s swimming pool. Each is decorated with intricate stone sculptures and traditional Khmer-style paintings. All of its spa services utilise Jurlique products, plant oils, and natural ingredients which are all sourced from numerous regions across Cambodia.

    Le Meridien Angkor Spa’s treatment menu comprises traditional Khmer, Asian, and western-style massages, body wraps and scrubs, facials, and nail care. The 2-hour-long Cambodia’s Splendour package is inclusive of a body exfoliation using jasmine rice and your choice of oil massage treatment.

    Location: Le Meridien Angkor, Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Open: Daily from 10am to 10pm

    Phone: +855 63 963 900


    Frangipani Spa

    Frangipani Spa is a family-owned establishment located along Hup Guan Street in Siem Reap, where you can enjoy a variety of massage therapies, facial and body treatments, as well as waxing and nail care at affordable prices.

    Frangipani’s signature stone massage utilises a combination of hot stones to loosen tight muscles and cold stones to reduce inflammation. We highly recommend continuing with a 30-minute floral bath (using local flowers, marine salt and aromatherapy essences) for a rejuvenated mind and body.

    Location: 24 Hup Guan Street, Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Open: Tuesday–Sunday from 10am to 8pm (closed on Mondays)

    Phone: +855 63 964 391


    Khmer Relief Spa

    Khmer Relief Spa has 2 outlets, one along 7 Street and the other next to Old Market (Phsar Chas) in downtown Siem Reap. Spa services include foot reflexology, body scrubs and wraps, facials and Swedish, Khmer, and aromatherapy massage treatments.

    The spa uses top quality rice, fruits, vegetables, and honey from all over Cambodia. If you’re looking to enjoy a full spa experience after a long day, try the 180-minute Khmer Relief Spa, which combines an anti-stress massage, Battambang rice scrub, and nourishing vitamin rice facial.

    Location: 7 Street, Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Open: Daily from 10am to 11pm

    Phone: +855 70 769 966


    Bodia Spa

    Bodia Spa is a reputable beauty centre located beside Old Market (Psar Chas). Highly-trained female and male therapists provide a wide range of holistic facials, body massages, and waxing services. 

    The spa has 21 treatment rooms, rain showers, and a tranquil ambience throughout the venue. Suitable for all skin types, Caudalie products and natural ingredients are utilised for facial treatments while you an choose from Bodia’s range of eucalyptus, tangerine, lemongrass, or ginger essential oils for your massage therapies.

    Location: Old Market (Phsar Chas), Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Open: Daily from 10am to midnight

    Phone: +855 92 671 937


    Siem Reap's fish spas

    You can find many so-called "fish spas" or "fish massage" stands in Siem Reap, with many bearing large fish tanks with seats out on the sidewalk. Some venues call themselves "Dr Fish" or "Fish Pedicure".

    To enjoy the unique treatment, simply sit on the edge of the fish tank, dangle your legs in the water, and let the small fish nibble the dead skin off your feet. It isn't expensive, with some places offering the 1st treatment for free. One such spa in Siem Reap that's aptly named and where you can enjoy this fun treatment is on Thnou Street.

    Location: 2 Thnou St, Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Open: Daily from 8am to 11pm

    Phone: +855 12 315 178

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    Lemongrass Garden Spa

    Lemongrass Garden Spa is a small but tastefully decorated spa in Siem Reap that offers a range of beauty and massage services. Among these are waxing, facials, body scrubs, herbal compresses, manicures and pedicures.

    If you prefer some good kneading to relieve your sore muscles, massages include Khmer massage, oil massage, healing touch, and "cosmic connection", and "spiritual journey" treatments. You can find the spa in 2 locations, with the main outlet just south of Siem Reap Night Market.

    Location: 202 Sivutha Blvd, Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Open: Daily from 11am to midnight

    Phone: +855 77 369 025

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