WEIGHT: 67 kg
Services: Golden shower (out), Moresomes, Dinner Dates, Striptease amateur, TOY PLAY
The best spas in Siem Reap are must-visits, especially after a full day of exploring the quintessential Angkor Wat and Angkor Archeological 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.
The spa center 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. Each is decorated with intricate stone sculptures and traditional Khmer-style paintings.
All of its spa services utilize Jurlique products, plant oils, and natural ingredients which are all sourced from numerous regions across Cambodia. 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. We highly recommend continuing with a minute floral bath using local flowers, marine salt and aromatherapy essences for a rejuvenated mind and body.
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.
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. 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.