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There are a number of higher priced places to access these hot springs, see the helpful info booth at the metro station. I chose the low cost public option. I went at mid-day which may have been a mistake. The sun was high and it...More
We had a great experience visiting the hot springs via the Spring City Resort.
We had a minibus from the train station arrive on time for both legs of the journey.
We were required to wear hats when in the resort.
The pools were different...More
as this is a public outdoor hot spring , you need to manage your expectations. facilities are old and but it is one of the cheaper options in the area . the elderly locals will join you and some might strike up conversation with you
Four star if you are prepared to immerse into the local culture, one star if you expect the cleanliness, tranquility of a typical private Japanese or Korean onsen. Overall, the place needs an upgrade. The facilities: toilet, change room, showers are rather old, tired. Fellow...More
This lovely place will will provide you with natural volcanic hot water. It strengthens bones, it promotes health skin and it feels so amazing. Great any time of year but from December to March it is amazing. Popular spot but try a Monday or a...More
A brief look around the area of Beitou Hot springs on Wednesday 03/04/19, the weather wasn't very special being a drizzling rainy day & when we reached the hot spring pool enclosure we decided not to go in being over crowded inside.
Not a place...More
We are a 70+ couple from Australia and caught the train to Beitou Thermal Valley. It is very well signposted and the area is compact and you can walk around easily without having to
do a tour. The museum is interesting and free. The whole...More