Top Five Places to Get a Massage in Taipei

Top Five Places to Get a Massage in Taipei
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'Possibly the most important part of traveling,' says Good Eye Taipei.

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All photos are courtesy of Good Eye Taipei.

There are countless places in Taipei that offer comfort through different massage methods — typical services include foot massage, shiatsu, massage with oils — at varying price points.

For a more stylish, clean, and comfortable environment, visit Taiwanese style massage place Relaxing Trip by Fujintree. For travelers seeking who seek complete and utter relaxation, go to Nuance Privee where they also offer hairdressing and mani-pedi services. For a massage at any hour of the day, go to Dancing Finger Massage and Six Star Foot Massage, which both also offer gua sha massage and cupping glass therapy.

You can also find less glamorous but reasonably priced blind massage stands at MRT stations or underground street entrances, such as Ahgan Massage, which are good options when it comes to quick but effective alleviation.

Here's a list of Taipei best massage places to check out after a long day exploring the city.

Dancing Finger Massage

No. 37, Section 2, Anhe Rd, Taipei City

294

"An affordable massage place located in the heart of the city."

Six Star Foot Massage

No. 76, Section 5, Nanjing E Rd, Taipei City

295

"A Taiwanese style foot massage place that's open around the clock!"

Nuance Privée

No. 41, Lane 112, Section 4, Ren'ai Rd, Taipei City

296

"A one-stop-service point with spa, restaurant, and head-to-toe massage services."

Ahgan Massage

Beimen MRT Station b1-2 store

297

"A different kind of place for recharging in the MRT (not the phone kind) — best choice for backpackers looking to relax at an affordable price!"

Relaxing Trip by Fujintree

No. 10, Lane 524, Section 5, Zhongxiao E Rd, Taipei City

298

"A unique nature-inspired Taiwanese style massage place that feels refreshing in the hustle bustles of the city."

“Good Eye Taipei” can be purchased at all major bookstores in Taiwan. Check out TNL’s interview with the author here.

Editor: Olivia Yang