While you might have to strike “family vacation” off our agenda for the year-end holidays once again, we still might want to visit places that give us a sense of being overseas. If that’s exactly on your mind, enter Joya Onsen Cafe. This new Japanese-inspired spa is now open in the West!
Boasting gender-separated public onsens, private onsen rooms, saunas, and a cute cafe, it has everything you need to spend a day relieving stress. After your relaxing soak in the warm baths, you can also try out the ice baths for a change in temperature that will help with blood circulation. Besides the facilities, you’ll also get the chance to wear a gorgeous traditional Yutaka or Jinbei outfit for photo opportunities.
To wind down further, pick a spot at the Japanese-themed cafe where guests sit on tatami mats – just like true Japanese style! From sushi platters to parfait desserts, there are plenty of menu options to delight both adults and kids.
Prices for adults start from SG$38 for a full-day pass, with an SG$7 top-up option to include refreshments. Entry fees for kids between 3 to 16 years old start from SG$32, so the whole family can head down together! Prices for bulk ticket purchases and private onsen rooms are also available upon request.
Located near Joo Koon MRT Station, plan a spa day for you and the little ones that will accompany rainy days perfectly!
With Japanese decor and vibes, it’s the closest thing we’ll get to an authentic onsen until leisure travel resumes!
Couples and families looking to relax.
All guests also get complimentary Hokkaido milk to cool down after your onsen!