Kimporo - Where New Life Begins

Kimporo Postnatal Rejuvenation is your one stop confinement center that offers comprehensive care to mom and baby. Kimporo which means "The Most Precious One" in Chinese, refers not only to the precious newborn, but also the precious new mother.

At Kimporo, we understand the important in helping the new mother adjust to motherhood, granting her a peaceful period of bonding with her new baby and supporting her in establishing successful breastfeeding.

We understand the importance in helping new mother adjust to motherhood. We offer specialised care, having a team of trained breastfeeding and confinement specialists, midwives and nurses to assist in the care of the newborn and the complete rejuvenation of the new mother, in a luxurious and safe environment. Postnatal meals are specially prepared to aid healing and strengthening of the body after delivery. We also have a variety of services guaranteed to help you rejuvenate and revive, enabling you to enjoy this very special first month as a new mother. 

What are confinement practices?
Confinement practices are traditional postnatal practices aimed at helping a new mum recover from the rigours of pregnancy, labour and birth. Mum and baby are said to be in confinement because they are effectively "quarantined" at home. Traditionally, they do not receive visitors apart from close family members until the confinement period is over. 
Do I have to observe all confinement myths and restrictions?
Some mums consider confinement to be old-fashioned and opt to not follow the more restrictive practices. Yet, many do still observe confinement as they welcome the enforced rest built into this tradition. Whatever your options, do what is comfortable and makes sense to you.
Myth no 2: Many women do not produce enough milk.
The truth: The vast majority of women produce more than enough milk. Indeed, an overabundance of milk is common. Most babies that gain too slowly, or lose weight, do so not because the mother does not have enough milk, but because the baby does not get the milk that the mother has. The usual reason that the baby does not get the milk that is available is that he is poorly latched onto the breast. This is why it is so important that the mother be shown, on the first day, how to latch a baby on properly, by someone who knows what she is doing.

8 Reasons

  • Experience

    Experienced and dedicated midwives and nurses

  • Breastfeeding

    Baby-friendly postnatal centre managed by renowned Breastfeeding Specialist.

  • Meals

    Nutritious gourmet meals prepared by award-winning chef

  • Comfortable

    Stylish, comfortable rooms. VIP rooms available

  • Spacious

    Spacious and Cosy Baby Room

  • Security

    24-hour CCTV and Security Guard Surveillance

  • Activities

    Fun activities and parenting courses

  • ZÉLL-V

    Supported by ZÉLL-V – The Cellular Therapy Expert

Do You Have Any Questions? Call +6019-330 7866