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Amber M wrote a review Nov 2020
Thailand37 contributions4 helpful votes
Nice stop off to boil some eggs and soak your feet. You can also swim, buy food and get a massage. Place is well maintained and clean. There is however dual pricing for foreigners.
Date of experience: November 2020
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Jackie W wrote a review Mar 2020
73 contributions47 helpful votes
We took a public yellow songthaew at the riverside of the Warorot market. The fare is 50 Thai Baht. The journey took an hour. The entrance fee to the hot spring is 100 Thai Baht for foreigners. This hot spring spreads out over several acres of gardens with lovely bougainvillea.we saw two geysers shooting up into the sky. Next to it is the pool of hot spring of bubbling water. We bought a basket of medium size 6 eggs for 40 baht and hung the along the hot spring to cook for 15 minutes. We ate them thereafter. They were delicious with no sulphur smell at all. We then walked around the gardens and visited the mineral swimming pool. Then we went to the stream with various temperatures ranging from 40C to 55C. It was relaxing and quiet as we went on Monday. We then took the yellow bus back. Morning bus runs every half an hour between 8.00am and 12 noon from Warorot. Coming back is every hour. It was a good day out. I highly recommend.…
Date of experience: March 2020
Artich A wrote a review Mar 2020
Bangkok, Thailand1 contribution
The place is well maintained and clean considering the cheap entrance fee they charge Thai nationals like me. It's a good place to cure body aches although I only spent 1 hour there on the way back from a day trip to Mae Kampong Village.
Date of experience: February 2020
David P wrote a review Jan 2020
Auckland, New Zealand14 contributions17 helpful votes
Rather like visiting a zoo, where the captives are the visitors boiling their eggs in steaming water and paddling in the sulphurous spring waters.
Date of experience: January 2020
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Hallomega wrote a review Dec 2019
Chiang Mai306 contributions174 helpful votes
The hot springs at San Kamphaeng offer - of course - a place to boil your eggs but also offer public and private bathing options. After a THB 40 entrance fee, visitors can choose for the communal hot pool or pay THB 500 for a private cabin which would accommodate six or eight people and where the temperature and the clothing worn can be adjusted to suit the wishes of the guests in the private cabin. There are pretty gardens and various food outlets, Thai massages and plenty of wandering hot streams in which to dangle tired feet. Good fun.…
Date of experience: December 2019