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Interesting place to visit

The main hot spring is about 98 degrees and you can cook eggs with its stream. It cost 5RMB to buy... read more

Reviewed 14 January 2017
Jingya W
Worth visiting for the experience

Went there as part of a package with the hot springs spa. Place is well connected with tour bus... read more

Reviewed 20 December 2015
AsiaWanderlust
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Singapore, Singapore
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Reviewed 14 January 2017

The main hot spring is about 98 degrees and you can cook eggs with its stream. It cost 5RMB to buy 4 eggs when you enter the scenic spots but 20RMB at the hot spring, so buy as many as you want before climbing to the main spot.
The view on the way to the main spot was interesting as well. There were streams everywhere and you can smell sulfur. Many people say it is not a place to go during summer, probably so.
It takes 25 minutes to get to the place from the town centre and about two hours to visit this place.
And technically speaking, it is not a scenic resort but a scenic spot with a hot spring resort next to it, where you need to pay additional fees to enjoy it. We didn't choose to go to the hot spring resort because we get it in our hotel, but it should be relaxing.
Overall, one should definitely go there if they visit Tengchong county, and, the eggs are yummy! (it tastes better than boiling with normal water at home.)

Thank Jingya W
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Reviewed 20 December 2015 via mobile

Went there as part of a package with the hot springs spa. Place is well connected with tour bus, but requires some walking and climbing the steps. There are two hotspring spas in this area. Value for money if you purchase the package with them. There is a bus that brings tourists from downtown to this place. The route is stated in Chinese.

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Reviewed 10 September 2015

It's a natural hot spring shaped like a giant boiling pan, hence the name. The water temperature is 98c and some locals are fetching the water to cook eggs, potatoes, corn cobs and peanuts right there for sale. Some are using wood barrels to give tired tourists a nice treat of their sore feet.

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