Next level wellness in Singapore

“Singaporeans have this wonderful desire for, and love of, luxury goods. You can see how well thought out and planned this place is.”


It is said that Singapore is the best place Asia has to offer in regards to healthcare, quality of life, technology and architecture. The World Health Organisation ranks Singapore’s healthcare system as 6th overall in the world. In general, Singapore has had the lowest infant mortality rate in the world for the past two decades. Life expectancy in Singapore is 80 for males and 85 for females, placing the country 4th in the world for life expectancy.

Wellness Deluxe visited Singapore and experienced some of the best wellness that Singapore has to offer. We flew with Singapore Airlines and booked seats in their relatively new premium economy class. You have more legspace than a regular economy class, a larger video screen, the best audio system and really good food. They deliver what they promiss, Singapore Airlines is a great way to fly. If not the best.

When you visit Asia, we recommend to stop over in Singapore and have a few days to unwind and relax.

When you visit Asia, we recommend to stop over in Singapore and have a few days to unwind and relax. They have so many great places to visit and food to try – you won’t believe it! We selected some wellnessplaces in Singapore that you could visit for relaxation and luxurious wellness.

Wellness in Auriga, Sentosa Island

For those who arrive on Sentosa Island and want to slow right down, there is Auriga. As the first spa in Singapore to receive a five-star status from Forbes Travel Guide and for seven consecutive years, Auriga spa celebrates nourishing the body and mind naturally and holistically. Discover spa retreats and signature treatments that incorporate traditional techniques and organic, natural ingredients that will envelope the senses.

Their nine spa suites, each with a private garden, embody the Auriga spirit: marrying simplicity, nature and indulgence delivered with a tailored, holistic approach.

Tickle your six senses and enjoy wellness in Singapore

Six Senses Maxwell is set in a block of heritage shop houses in Singapore’s Chinatown and has been beautifully restored to its original grandeur with interiors by French designer Jacques Garcia. Each of the hotel’s 138 guestrooms and suites are carefully decorated with custom furnishings and original artwork. It offers an eclectic collection of concept restaurants and bars, complementing other in-house facilities such as an outdoor rooftop lap pool and well-equipped gym. Together with Six Senses Duxton, the two hotels become Six Senses Singapore and showcase the brand’s ongoing commitment to responsible restoration and conservation.

Wellness at Marina Bay Sands

This is one of the most iconic built hotels in the world, if you ask me. On top of this – 57 leves high – hotel, they built a tremendous infinity pool fo 150 meters long – only to use of hotel guests. Indulge in the best experiences at Marina Bay Sands – home to the world’s largest Infinity Pool. Lounge in your luxurious room and soak in unparalleled views of the city, or explore the integrated resort’s attractions, restaurants and shops. Definitely a must is to visit Gardens By the Bay: flowers, artistry and technology come together to create a dream-like, fantastical experience for visitors. It comprises four diverse garden landscapes, each showcasing a different concept,