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All reviews eggs hot springs entrance fee chiang mai mineral pool bring your own own transport lovely place individual rooms warm water food stalls nice place to spend for sale nice pool half day trip pay baht ping river
lovely grounds and great gardens - fun to wander and dip your legs into the hot springs. not a full pool as is more common. you can cook eggs in the hot springs - make sure you double the times advertised to cook the eggs,...More
If you are a backpacker, traveler and wanderer with tired body and soul, this hot spring is the best bet you can give back to your body and soul. The amenities are excellent and mind you take some eggs and let it boil in the...More
It is a fantasic place to spend time with your kids. Fascinating hot springs, water from which is used by visitors to boil eggs in it, dip their feet in and even as a swimming pool for the little ones. Perfect family day out!
Nice morning out.... reasonable cost.... taxi was about 1200 bht but that was through hotel so maybe you could get it cheaper. Swim in hot pool was good... boiled some eggs... and the gardens were nice. Overall a nice way to spend a half day.
We were expecting something more relaxing for the money we paid. Instead, we found it very, very crowded and the streams where you put your feet in were dirty because so many people use them. We took our swimwear hoping to bath there but you...More
Lovely place for a half day trip. Beautiful gardens, ample free parking, cheap entry (40 baht?). There is a bath house for private soaking in the hot mineral waters, and a hot swimming pool. Lots of massage facilities and a reasonable restaurant with ice cold...More
Yeah I'm not sure about this place tbh...
About an hour out the city, I rode my motorbike here (don't follow Google maps though, follow the blue signs as it is clearly sign posted and Google takes you past it).
10 Baht to park the...More
I am hoping that someone can help me out with 2 questions 1. I believe that the HUAY MARK LIAM HOT SPRING are close by to Chiang Rai beach has any one being and are they worth a visit? 2. Are the SAN KAMPHAENG HOT SPRINGS on the way to Mae Salong, if not are the springs on the way to Doi Mae Salong worth visiting?
April 07, 2014|
Sorry, I haven't been to either of these two hot springs. I've only been to the one by Raummit. Broder