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Beitou Thermal Valley(Hell Valley)

Zhongshan Road, Near Wenquan Road, Taipei, Taiwan
+886 2 2720 8889
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9am to 5pm Closed on Mondays A natural hot sulfur spring where the water temperature can reach up to 100°C.
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  • Very good51%
  • Average20%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“hot springs” (42 reviews)
“steam coming” (11 reviews)
Zhongshan Road, Near Wenquan Road, Taipei, Taiwan
+886 2 2720 8889
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It's an easy uphill walk to this from XinBeitou station. Just follow the road signs. It's free and you can see it's quite pretty. It's already very hot at this time of year and getting up close to a hot and sulphuric thermal valley almost...More

Thank Wonkat
Reviewed 1 week ago

While you're up by the Beitou Hot Springs, it's definitely worth it to walk to this natural thermal pond. It's a good photo op and is not hard to get to.

Thank Tyler S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The thermal valley requires a lot of walking. We took the train that leads to beitou (red line) and transferred to xinbeitou (pink line). The pink line only has one stop so once you get off, follow the signs to thermal valley and cross the...More

1  Thank Jomama_Fosho
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

First cultivated as a tourist attraction under Japanese Imperial rule period in the late 1800's, the Beitou Thermal Valley is about 4Km from the Xinbeitou MRT station. It is a quick and cool taxi ride (3-5 minutes) or a short and hot walk (15-30 minutes)...More

Thank Traveller1642
Reviewed 21 June 2017

Thermal valley is just a small place but you will appreciate how amazing this which the smoke is literally comes from the water. This is surrounded by many hot spring resorts and inns.

Thank Aileen A
Reviewed 7 June 2017

Its a nice place to visit if you have a lot of extra time. Visited the place based on google search that shows pics of hot springs, but there is just one small pond of natural hot spring water. Not free. And you also need...More

Thank rrtushar
Reviewed 5 June 2017

This was a wonder of nature which we have not seen before. The smoke was literally rising from the water! Definitely very interesting and impressive!

Thank angelinecheah81
Reviewed 4 June 2017 via mobile

Don't expect it to be a glamorous or big place of interest. Basically it is a crater with boiling sulphuric water. Quaint. Worth a visit.

Thank Deric S
Reviewed 23 May 2017

This area is pretty...and seeing the Thermal Valley is interesting. After walking up, passing a few stands with the ever popular eggs boiled in the thermal (for 10 nty - cheap), you turn a bend and there it is - steam rising from the waters....More

Thank tressed
Reviewed 17 May 2017

A natural resource hot spring. It has the highest temperatures in Taiwan Datum Mountains and has been name as Hell Valley. The steam on the surface the surface of the hot spring created a scenic view and the odor of sulfuric linger around the hot...More

Thank KianHian L
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17 December 2015|
Response from Charin S | Reviewed this property |
It's a district - there's no telephone number as far as I know from my last visit. I trust, the cheap unisex public one - no need reservation but the rest of the area the thermal onsens are offered in the hotels in the... More