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Island holidays are all about indulging and relaxing, right? After a day diving or snorkelling or even to recover from the bumpy boat ride over, unwind with a treatment at one of Nusa Lembongan’s many spas.

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Choose from cheap and cheerful to something a little more indulgent. A higher price tag doesn’t always guarantee better service, but rather probably more pleasant surroundings and more luxurious products. Sometimes snagging a skilful, well-trained therapist is just the luck of the draw.

All the following offer a range of massages, treatments and packages, but even at the lower end, prices are slightly higher on Nusa Lembongan than on Bali. We’ve compared the rates for a one-hour Balinese massage, but if you are looking for other treatments it is worth shopping around. We (sadly) didn’t partake of the services at all the spas listed, but did pop in for a look. The majority of standalone spas are located in Jungut Batu, but several around the island offer pickup services, and many hotels have attached spas as well.

Have a lay down at Kayana Photo taken in or around Spas, Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia by Sally Arnold.

Have a lay down at Kayana Photo: Sally Arnold

Kayana Spa on the main road at Jungut Batu, opposite Lemongrass Bar and Restaurant, slots into the cheap and cheerful range with a one-hour Balinese massage priced at 120,000 rupiah. Set back a little from the road, thatch wooden huts in a pretty garden set the relaxing mood. Other treatments include a bamboo massage, in which a section of warm bamboo is rolled over your body (90 minutes, 300,000 rupiah), four-hand massage (30 minutes, 200,000 rupiah), as well as shiatsu (one hour, 200,000 rupiah), Ayurveda (one hour, 250,000 rupiah), and Thai (one hour, 300,000 rupiah) styles.

Across the road from Kayana, tucked into the lane behind Lemongrass Bar and Restaurant, Wakame Spa offers air-con treatment rooms and seaweed-based products. A standard one-hour Balinese massage will set you back 140,000 rupiah, but look for brochures with a 20% off discount voucher. Visa and ... Travelfish members only (Around 1,100 more words) ... please log in to read the rest of this story.

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