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Guanziling Hot Spring

Guanziien, Baihe Township, Tainan, Taiwan
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A very localised experience...

If you are used to western spas, this is not for you. The reception area looks decent, but the... read more

Reviewed 11 September 2017
Richmond K
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Singapore, Singapore
via mobile
Have the chicken...

... it's the best in town. Not really hard to get to by taxi from Sinying train station. The main... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2017
arjun_stc
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Singapore
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Guanziien, Baihe Township, Tainan, Taiwan
Siraya National Scenic Area
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Reviewed 11 September 2017 via mobile

If you are used to western spas, this is not for you. The reception area looks decent, but the aesthetics decline as you descend to the spa entrance. An adult ticket cost TWD400. Lockers in the changing room have no locks, but they provide rental...More

1  Thank Richmond K
Reviewed 17 May 2017

... it's the best in town. Not really hard to get to by taxi from Sinying train station. The main draw is the hot spring, but the "chicken in an urn" is a must-have too.

Thank arjun_stc
Reviewed 3 May 2017 via mobile

My mom had great time there, thank you! Took mom there for the 1st time mud hot spring. Highly recommended to book a room wz outdoor bathing 湯屋. Then, you can enjoy natural mud spring without any disturb. Mom was shy to wear swimming suits...More

Thank pawpaw3849
Reviewed 9 July 2016

Great experience, even if it is to watch how the Taiwanese enjoy their hot pools. Lovely to move between different polls trying them out

1  Thank hinau
Reviewed 23 March 2016 via mobile

Guanziling hot springs is a mountainous area with many resort spas , restaurants and scenic venues. The fire and water park has walking trails and food stalls. The temple picture was built in 1701 and overlooks the valley. Al. The resorts have thermal baths and...More

2  Thank TexasEagle
Reviewed 1 March 2016

We came here for day trip only. During my research, Kings Garden Villa was the most popular resort with public access to the hot spring. You can get the latest admission info on the hotel website. The property was well maintained with an outdoor swimming...More

6  Thank Mayonaka
Reviewed 17 January 2016

This is my first time to have a hot spring bath in Taiwan! We checked into a "hot spring" resort, and book for a room with hot spring (mud type, if i not mistaken) bath tub, and cool water bath tub for 2 hours with...More

1  Thank laikaum
Reviewed 2 November 2015

Drop into Guanziling if you are nearby or heading towards Tainan. This is a hot spring town, travel by car is suggested as you could hop from one to another easily. The mud spa is unique to the place and you should go for it....More

3  Thank Ash L
Reviewed 13 September 2015 via mobile

Hot spring fun. Beautiful the skin.... If you want to rest and feel the hot water bath cool ,,, Going into the Holy Mountain to enjoy the baths.

Thank Eka P
Reviewed 10 September 2015

I think a lot of foreigners will not like this attraction. I found it very different than most hot springs around the world. It was essentially like sitting in a big, hot wading pool with a bunch of people staring at you. Didn't find it...More

3  Thank Neotribe
Nearby
Siraya National Scenic Area
The Siraya National Scenic Area extends from Jhongpu
in Chiayi on the north to Longci in Tainan on the
south; borders its neighbours with Zengwun Reservoir
and Nanhua Reservoir on the east and National Highway
3 on the west. The area covers 16 towns and villages.
It is an important base for Siraya culture. The Siraya
National Scenic Area is within easy access through
National Highway 3 and exiting at interchanges between
...More
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Akiko_tan
8 November 2016|
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Response from 杰 林 |
Chiayi. You can take the bus, it takes about an hour.
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