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Shun Jung Spa

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No.2 Beisihuan East Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing China
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TaiyanggongBeijing Subway23 min
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Kusumaya wrote a review Apr 2019
Bali, Indonesia20 contributions2 helpful votes
A few years ago, I spent a year living & studying Mandarin in Beijing, China. The school that I attended is just situated within the Shun Jing Spa Area; it takes about 15 minutes to walk to the Spa. I used to go there at least once a month during the winter season. I like the idea of having a communal bath as we are not so much into having a communal bath in Indonesia. I stayed at the resort which was reasonably priced and the bed was comfortable.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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lcorradini wrote a review Feb 2018
Beijing, China2 contributions2 helpful votes
The price has doubled - the price is above 600 kuai for an adult - depends if it is during the week or the week-end (above 800 kuai during the week-end). kids were a bit less expensive but still very expensive compared to other spas ... So we didn t try it as we thought it was outrageously expensive but it looked nice from outside.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Vixter247 wrote a review Jun 2016
Beijing, China105 contributions27 helpful votes
This place is huge and has lots of different themed pools. You need only take bathing suit and maybe some flip flops or pool shoes for walking around in. Everything else is provided-towel, toiletries etc. You get a bracelet that everything can be charged to so when getting a beer or some food they simply take the number of it. It was 168 for 24 hrs admission plus beers and drinks on top. It's a good way to spend an relaxing day and there are things for children to play on too. It is largely under ground so not the easiest to see but if you go to IKEA at SiYanXiao and then cross over the highway you will see the big sign. It is a little East of IKEA and has a glass reception that stands alone and has escalators that take you down to the springs.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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FengZhe wrote a review Feb 2013
China57 contributions15 helpful votes
This was a great way to spend the day. We especially liked the outdoor pools, quite a sensation to sit in a 42c pool while your head is in the -4c air!
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Date of experience: February 2013
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Tytti V wrote a review Mar 2012
Tampere, Finland12 contributions33 helpful votes
Located near IKEA, this place was a treat! Spa ticket without dinner costs 199 RMB per person, and it's worth the money. Several different pools, different sections for japanese-style bathing and south-asia style bathing plus the hot spring pools (35-41 celsius degrees). Only one of the outdoor pools was in use on March, but still, an outdoor hot pool! The staff does not speak english. And we did not speak mandarin, but that was not an issue. Here's how it goes: After buying tickets, the staff will guide you to changing rooms. Show your locker number to a staff member there, and she/he opens your closet. Take your clothers off, take a towel and your swinmsuit and go to the shower rooms. After showering, you're ready to put on your swimming gear and hit the pools. Note: You have to be naked among other naked people (of course, different changing and shower areas for women/men). Chinese seem to have a very relaxed attitude on nakedness. And it's important to wash yourself carefully before bathing in the warm and hot pools, as you can imagine it's more hyqienic that way. Towels and shampoo etc. are included in the price. There are snack and drink bars at the pool area and even their own brewery! We tasted their black and yellow beers, that means, dark and lager ones, very tastefull! Your orderings will be put on your bill, you pay when you leave. Smoking is allowed at some areas. We took a taxi there and back, that was the easiest way and not that expensive.
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Date of experience: March 2012
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