FAQs

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.

There are a variety of services guaranteed to help you rejuvenate and revive, enabling you to enjoy this very special first month as a new mother. Kimporo is supported by ZELL-V – The cellular therapy expert.

ZÉLL-V, a leader in cellular therapy, is committed to help you achieve optimum rejuvenation, health, vitality and beauty during your confinement.

Our centre is equipped with CCTV on a 24-hour basis and guards to safeguard our premises all day and night to ensure optimum safety for you and your precious one.

Breastfeeding can be a daunting task to new moms. Thankfully, our experienced breastfeeding counsellors are here to help you establish successful breastfeeding so that you can give your baby the best food and enjoy this special relationship with your precious one. We also encourage parents to attend a breastfeeding class to have some knowledge before baby arrives. 

The truth: The key here is moderation. The new mother should do what makes her comfortable. In a hot and humid climate, fans and air conditioners may even be essential for preventing heat rash. However, the new mother should not let the fan or air-conditioner blow directly on her.

The truth: Breastmilk contains all the water a baby needs.

The truth: Reasonable alcohol intake should not be discouraged at all. As is the case with most drugs, very little alcohol comes out in the milk. The mother can take some alcohol and continue breastfeeding as she normally does. Prohibiting alcohol is another way we make life unnecessarily restrictive for nursing mothers.

The truth: The confinement period is a time when physical changes that
occurred in the last nine months will revert to the original state. It is also a period when the nutritional demands on you are high, owing to the recent blood loss from the delivery and the demands of breastfeeding.

The belief here is that the mother has been “cooled” by the
delivery, and there is a need to eat “heating” foods such as meat. Many “confinement foods” have been devised to ensure that these nutritional demands and beliefs are met. Whatever your beliefs are, it is important to have a well-balanced diet rather than specific food types to replenish the body’s stores. This is especially so during breastfeeding. If necessary, as in the case of vegetarians or vegans, iron or vitamin supplements may be taken to satisfy these nutritional demands.

Giving birth is never easy, but for new mothers the month following a baby’s arrival is particularly fraught. Kimporo, which means “The Most Precious One” in Chinese, refers not only to the precious newborn, but also the precious new mother. Be prepared to be pampered at Kimporo, where your new life begins…

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.

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. 

We have a variety of fun and educational activities, such as yoga, infant care courses, parenting courses, healthy cooking demo, etc. to make your confinement as enjoyable and productive as possible.

Delicious and nutritious confinement meals are meticulously prepared by our award-winning chef to ensure that every meal is served fresh. We are using high quality herbs and ingredients.

  • 6 meals a day.
  • Twice a day milk boosting drink.
  • Free flow of beverages. Eg red dates tea, lemongrass tea or roasted ginger rice tea.
  • Daily confinement tonic soup.

All our 28 rooms are elegantly designed to provide you with a peaceful and cosy environment for optimum restoration. Our furniture is specially selected to match the ambiance of the room.

  • Individual private room with an ensuite bathroom.
  • Spacious lobby lounge and private rooms for visitation.
  • Free usage of breastfeeding gadgets and equipment. Eg. Nursing pillow, breastpump, rocking chair and etc.
  • Premium natural latex queen / king size bed.
  • Organic body and hair care set.
  • WIFI internet access.
  • Secure parking facility.
  • Free stay for daddy.
  • Refrigerator, safe deposit box, LCD TV, air conditioning and etc facilities in all rooms.
  • Daily housekeeping service and laundry service.

 

Our baby room is not only spacious & cosy, it is also equipped with 24-hour care by our staff, CCTV surveillance, UVC virus buster and air purifier to ensure a safe, cosy and conducive environment for your baby.

Highly trained, caring and qualified midwife and nurses provide 24-hours of personalized care to you and your newborn, ensuring that both you and baby are in the best physical and emotional condition.