Be Relax Spa Expands Its Presence With A New Location At Kuala Lumpur International Airport

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Be Relax, the leading provider of wellness and travel services in airports, is delighted to announce the opening of its first location in Malaysia at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). With this expansion, Be Relax strengthens its position in the South East Asian market, offering travelers a top-of-the-notch airport spa experience.

With nearly 40 spas worldwide, Be Relax is committed to enhancing the passenger journeyand making wellness a priority for everyone. Be Relax at KLIA will offer guests an opportunity to relax and rejuvenate before their flights.

Rémy Courbon Boudard, Chief Operating Officer of Be Relax, expressed his excitement about this new opening. “Opening a Be Relax spa in KLIA marks a significant milestone for us. It signifies not only our expansion into the South East Asian market but also our commitment to being accessible to new customers and travelers on a global scale. Additionally, he said: ‘With our relaxing facilities spanning nearly 180 square meters, we are proud to offer one of the largest and most comprehensive spa experiences. This new location perfectly complements our existing presence at Changi Airport in Singapore, further solidifying our position as a leading provider of exceptional services to travelers passing through South Asia.

The new Be Relax spa at KLIA is located in Terminal 2 near gate area P and is open from 8am to 6 pm, 7 days a week. It features a wide range of signature chair massages, shower facilities, nail care, and treatment rooms for full-body massages. Travelers will also have access to Be Relax’ innovative collection of wellness and travel products designed to enhance their well-being during their journey.

For more information about Be Relax spa and its full range of services, please visit their official website at www.berelax.com. The concept of no-advance booking remains the same for all of their locations, including the new Be Relax KLIA spa. However, if passengers prefer to do so, they may conveniently make a booking through their new website.

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