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Spas, Play Areas & More: Here's Everything You Can Do At South Point Mall

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Done chilling at the South Point Mall in Gurgaon? Here are all the fun things that you can do here. From thai spa therapy to music lessons and mani-pedis, the options at this mall will make you very happy. 

Polish Lash & Nail Studio

This studio has branches in both Chandigarh and Ludhiana, and the Gurgaon outlet is their third one. If you're someone who gets your nails done quite often and are always up for experimenting when it comes to your nails, Polish Studio's services will serve you well. Nail extensions, gel nail paints (you can choose from over 300 different shades), lash lifting, glitter/stone nail art, and lash extensions are some of the many services offered here. 

To know more, click here.

Going Bananas - Kids Play Area & Cafe

Ideal for kids between one – seven years, Going Bananas is a big and cheerful play centre right next to the Another Fine Day cafe. This play area has tunnel swings, puzzles, a ball pool, mazes and a bunch of games and activities to keep your kids engaged, and the parents happy. Charges at Going Bananas start at INR 500/hour. 

Click here to know more. 

Geetanjali Salon

Head straight to Geetanjali Salon if impeccable service is what you seek. We'd usually recommend them for manicures, pedicures, and edgy haircuts. They're also great with party/wedding make-up, so in case you're prepping for a special day, booking an appointment at Geetanjali would be a good idea. 

Sawasdee Thai Spa

Need a pick-me-up post your bout of shopping at South Point? Head straight to Swasdee for the best of face rituals, massage therapies, back & neck massages and more. Sign up for the Lotus Signature Body or Swasdee Signature Spa to relax your muscles and improve blood circulation. Packages start at INR 4,000.

Know more here.

Le Marche

If there's one grocery store in Delhi where you'll find all the exotic ingredients including Hydroponic veggies and fruits and international cured meats or cheese, Le Marche is the place to be. They also have separate sections for baked breads, fresh hummus and salads, guacamole, marinades, and even a juicery. It's not that you won't find your basic maggi, toothpaste or deos here, but the exotic and fresh produce is what we'd recommend Le Marche for.

Seela Mart

Seela Food Mart has everything you need to make a hearty Japanese (or Korean) meal at home. We spotted vinegar drinks in flavours like Grape and Green Apple, black stoneware ramen bowls, rice paper, seaweed soups, frozen wonton sheets, ready-to-eat prawn wafers, and obviously SO much kim-chi. In case you're a big fan of Korean skincare, you'll find that too here. 

Kamp 1

Instrumentalists, DJs, producers, singers/songwriters, and artists, Kamp 1 is the place for you. They offer extremely personalised, and curated training programs in music including a DJ curriculum, one for instrumentalists, and even a complete program to understand the business of music. Just FYI, these classes are super intimate, will give you access to the best of technology, and you can book a trial class before you commit to anything.

Marco Aldany

Marco Aldany is a European chain of salons that was started in Spain but has now launched more than 400 salons across the world. You can drop by their outlet in South Point Mall for a variety of hair services (like hair spa, styling blow-dry, and amonia-free colour), facials, head and neck massages, beard services (colour, trim, spa, shave etc), and mani-pedis, among other things. After a whole day of store-hopping, we feel that a quick foot or head massage here will do wonders for you.

I Say Organic

This company works with over 1,000 farmers from across 13 states to offer more than 300 organic products. Their products are 100% organic, and they offer a yum range of goods like raw wild honey from the Nilgiri forests, Kinnaur apples, spiced beetroot and orange chutney, aubergine kasaundi and even organic whole wheat breads.

In case you're feeling too lazy to drop by their offline store, know that they've got an online store as well.