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The purpose of visiting Beitou is mostly for enjoying hot spring. The Thermal Valley one of the sources of hot spring in the area. Locals call it as Hell Valley as well. The temperature of the hot spring could be as high as 90 deg...More
This is a depression formed before a volcano eruption. Very impressive and very warm as you get closer to it. Temps can reach over 90C in some parts of the spring. The hot water comes from deep inside the volcano and is mixed with volcanic...More
There are seriously hot spring coming out from the ground and it is really dangerous, but you are only allowed to be this close to it. As long as you do not climb over fences you are safe. A nice walk and you can even...More
The fact that there is an active, kind of, volcano just up from city is fascination. This throws of lots of thermal activity and fog with kind of a sulphery smell. I was taken by an university colleague to visit the area and it was...More
Worth the visit.
The journey from the MRT station to the Thermal Valley is filled with beautiful nature, following the hot spring stream up the hill. You can find a very beautiful library on the way, a public hot spring which is very cheap but...More
You can smell the presence of strong sulfur around this area. The view is scenic and suitable for many photo shoots. You can see steam hoovering above the hot spring lake surface. My family patronized shop tended by an old lady who sell hot spring...More
Response from Rebecca20155 | Reviewed this property |
We spent the whole day exploring there bc we did some hiking up the mountain. There are sulfur pools you can go into also. We also spent some time in the library and just hanging out there. It is very nice there.
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
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 area, you can try to google one of the resort to check.
Gentle reminders: those onsens are male - female separated and you need to be totally naked to use the facilities - please check before you enter or pay your fee that the facilities require bathing wear or else. Some place also doesn't provide towels better to carry one with you or prepare to pay for rental or purchase a few.