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Sankampaeng Hot Spring

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Reviewed 12 March 2017 via mobile

I vlogged this on my YouTube channel - UNFINISHED FOOTSTEPS. If you are located more than 30 minutes away, I would not bother to make the trip. If you do go make sure you get here on the cheap, no more than 100thb return. Oh and don't have eggs for breakfast before you go. Save it for when your there...

Thank Chris R
Killcare, Australia
Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

Cost 6/10 - extra charges for non-Thais Facilities 6/10 - clean, no luxury, plenty of parking Staff 7/10 - friendly Distance 6/10 abt 40 mins fr city Restaurant 6/10 Shopping 6/10 Regardless of my overall scores of 6/10. I have been visiting the place every second days. Taking a hot spring bath in a cold morning & follow by full...

Thank Oor N
Redondo Beach, California, United States
Reviewed 4 February 2017

Sankhampang Hot Springs I have been in the area staying at a small motel 2 km from the Hot Springs for four days now, and have been to the springs three times to soak in the hot tub, to soak my feet in the canal, and for massages. The large hot springs pool has been closed for the week I've...

Thank Ron G
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 22 January 2017 via mobile

I would visit if you are nearby for some good pictures of the springs with the mountains in the background. We went as close to Muang on Cave which we visited earlier on same day. About 5 minutes drive from the caves. Hotspring is cheap and you can have a picnic whilst putting your legs in hot water - quite...

Thank IanWithington
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 18 January 2017

We were there for a quick visit on our way to Chiang Rai just to see the Hot Spring (don't get too close!). It is an interesting place and one could have a picnic there and spend a few hours. It gets busy, though, and chaotic a bit.

Thank Hisham E
Reviewed 3 January 2017 via mobile

We discovered this place by chance while driving through the countryside. It was very relaxing and there were a few different options of how to enjoy the Springs. We opted for the mineral swimming pool as we weren't really sure what the other activities actually were, as no one really spoke English, which was surprising considering this was definitely a...

Thank OMurphyUK
Reviewed 18 December 2016

This hot spring is about an hour outside of Chiang Mai, it was perfect for a pit stop on our private day tour to Chiang Rai. It has a restroom facility, but costs 5 bahts. You can soak your feet in the thermal hot spring for free, just be sure to bring a towel to dry up. There are several...

Thank Brown_Samantha
Reviewed 4 October 2016 via mobile

An ideal day trip during a honeymoon, visiting out of peak season we had an excellent time. We took a private room to enjoy a mineral bath, at 300bhat it's pretty inexpensive, though the room is basic. Make sure you boil the eggs for longer than they recommend, 12 minutes got soft boiled not medium. Very worth a day out.

Thank gporritt
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 14 July 2016

The hot springs is a relaxing spot to visit if you would like to soak and get a Thai massage. It's located in a large park about 45 minutes outside of Chiang Mai and you can actually boil eggs in the hottest area, which is quite novel and fun to do. There is a covered pool area with hot springs...

3Thank LifetimeAdventurers
New South Wales, Australia
Reviewed 11 June 2016

There are streams of hot water that you can dip your feet in, or whole body. The hot springs comes in hot to very very hot water, that you can boil eggs in. The venue has cottages for accommodation. A nice getaway place that is serene and relaxing.

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Address: Moo 7, Tambon Ban Sahakorn, Mae-On Sub District, Chiang Mai 50130, Thailand
Region: Thailand > Chiang Mai Province > Chiang Mai
Number of rooms: 9
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“Different rates based on size of hot tub in the room. Differnt accomodations also, just rating one type.”
rong382, 4 Feb 2017 | Read review
“Get there early to avoid the crowds”
London-Phil, 29 Nov 2015 | Read review
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