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Salt Water Hot Springs

Batian Rd., Ludao Township, Taitung County, Taiwan
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Big disappointment

Not what I was expecting, the natural pools were cold, only 3 hot areas. The two jacuzzis and the... read more

Reviewed 7 December 2016
GregnAZ
,
Tamuning, Mariana Islands
via mobile
Hot Spring?????

is that really a hot spring? Went there in the mid night, the natural pool was closed. The cold... read more

Reviewed 26 August 2016
tshum
,
Sydney, Australia
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7 Dec 2016
“Big disappointment ”
26 Aug 2016
“Hot Spring?????”
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Batian Rd., Ludao Township, Taitung County, Taiwan
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Reviewed 7 December 2016 via mobile

Not what I was expecting, the natural pools were cold, only 3 hot areas. The two jacuzzis and the indoor pool, the indoor pool was the only decent hot springs. The place is neglected, in need of repair. Beautiful location but that's about it...

Thank GregnAZ
Reviewed 26 August 2016

is that really a hot spring? Went there in the mid night, the natural pool was closed. The cold pool water was hot (32c) and hot pool wasn't hot enough (38-39c) Full of young people running and water frighting in the pool but no one...More

Thank tshum
Reviewed 18 September 2014

In brief: its an outdoor salt water spa. Different pools of varying temperatures with the choice of filtered or unfiltered ocean water. Wasnt wowed by it. I guess its their strict policy for bathing caps that took a point off. Another point taken away for...More

Thank tvtnguyen
Reviewed 1 August 2012

Only $200 entry - BUT you must wear a bathing cap. You can purchase one at the shop inside. There is no notification of this at the ticket window, however, there is a small sign on a far wall as you enter. I doubt anyone...More

Thank markinseoul
Reviewed 10 June 2011

This hot spring operates from 5am to 2am everyday, it is the best place to watch sun raise on the Island. The hot spring also boarders the ocean, it feels like you're sitting in the ocean during the day; come at night and look up...More

1  Thank Crossingtheglobe
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