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No English spoken

There is no information on how to access the hot springs, and the staff is happy to watch their... read more

Reviewed September 23, 2016
Bangkok, Thailand
Boiled the eggs and enjoyed the gardens

Really a nice spot away from the more popular hot dog ngs this has all the benefits of being less... read more

Reviewed March 12, 2016
Holbeach, United Kingdom
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Sep 23, 2016
“No English spoken”
Mar 12, 2016
“Boiled the eggs and enjoyed the gardens”
San Kamphaeng, Thailand
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Reviewed September 23, 2016

There is no information on how to access the hot springs, and the staff is happy to watch their screens and chat to each other rather than be helpful.

Thank smilingfarang
Reviewed March 12, 2016 via mobile

Really a nice spot away from the more popular hot dog ngs this has all the benefits of being less busy the egg boiling and great topiary. Ice creams tasty too!

Thank pootegg
Reviewed November 15, 2015

Not much to see. An okay pit stop on the way to Chiang Rai but definitely not a destination worth going out of your way for

Thank Mark S
Reviewed August 12, 2015

Tourist trap developed around the hot springs. Free to dunk your feet in the hot spring and maybe boil an egg or bamboo root. It's worth a breakfast stop on the way elsewhere

Thank stuchil
Reviewed April 9, 2014

It's okay. I would return. But not on top of my list. Private baths need an up grade. Okay if you can handle 'rustic'.

1  Thank Rico C
Reviewed January 13, 2014

We asked our driver to bring us to some hot springs and this is where he brought us. He mentioned there was another place nearby that was much more crowded, with long lines of people and cars. Perhaps we should have gone there. This place...More

1  Thank tallgaloot
Reviewed December 16, 2013

I've been visit here otw to the white temple and long neck village. What i can share in here, just small hot springs water. That was natural from the earth source. And some people in there try to attract u with the eggs that can...More

2  Thank nuningloft
Reviewed May 30, 2013

Interesting place to visit if you self-drive. Natural hot spring and geyser side by side. There are onsen baths available on the resort ground for a small fee. If you are into onsen, you should try, if not there is an open air hot spring...More

3  Thank hoegarden
Reviewed May 19, 2013

This place is purely for a stopover for tourist heading to Chiang Rai, its included in every tour guide. Theres a fish spa and some hot spring water for you to soak your leg in, it cost 5B to use the toilet and lots of...More

3  Thank Dae89
Reviewed April 13, 2013

WE stopped at the Hot Springs as part of a day trip to Chiang Rai. As everyone else said, this is not worth visiting on its own. Our tour guide took us here as a first stop and we were able to use the toilets...More

1  Thank Keyz
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