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Ronghui Hot Springs

66 Reviews

Ronghui Hot Springs

66 Reviews
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Lishuwan, Shapingba, Chongqing China
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280 USD Per Group Chongqing Wulong Karst National Park Private Tour
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280 USD Per Group Chongqing Wulong Karst National Park Private Tour

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This is a private tour priced by group,300 USD per group not per adult.<br><br>Wulong Karst Geographic National Park was the second tour attraction inscribed on World Heritage List by UNESCO in Chongqing, the first one is Dazu Rock Carvings which mostly dedicates the cultural and historic side of Chongqing. This National park pretty much represents the natural side of this enormous city in western China. After Transformer IV was filmed in here, it's now becoming a super hot spot and the very first must go site in Chongqing. <br><br>We focus on private tour service, make our clients travel like a local. <br><br>Besides, you also need a friendly and sophisticated guide and a safe driver to do critical help, a driver-guide who knows both Chinese culture and how to do a safe, joyful and professional guiding job will be your choice.
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Chris wrote a review Jan 2020
Perth, Australia137 contributions48 helpful votes
Many pools with different experiences. There is a room you can sleep in, another with big two person beds you can watch movies and TV, a gym, and a large restaurant that serves a great variety of traditional food. there is a cafe that serves drinks and fruit. Something for everybody who like water. There are pools where the fish some as big as 4" will nibble at your feet and my favorite the hot pool 42 degrees of heaven. Would I recommend this Hot Springs, YES. Value for money, YES, Go there again, YES
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Date of experience: January 2020
Laura wrote a review Oct 2019
Turku, Finland35 contributions4 helpful votes
We came here with friends on the national day of China, which apparently was a good choice. We were alone in almost every pool. There were so many pools to choose from and the environment was amazing. Only con was the loud music at the wave pool every once in a while. Other than that, a perfect day!
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Date of experience: October 2019
adamd170689 wrote a review Sep 2019
London, United Kingdom1,049 contributions112 helpful votes
This was an outstanding experience - for an affordable price, you can enter a vast hot springs complex. I counted over sixty pools - with a variety of temperatures and sizes. Some were shallower, some deeper, even wooden barrels where you could be submerged up to your neck. Also, fish that eat the hard skin of your feet. The pools had so many different flavours - such as chili, Chinese herbs, lemon, red wine, lavender - endless. Free tea is also handed round and I found the staff friendly.
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Date of experience: July 2019
Meyung R wrote a review May 2019
Hua Hin, Thailand130 contributions118 helpful votes
If only all the pools are in working condition and more staffs can communicate with foreign visitors... the bright marks I am giving this establishment is its outstanding massage program: for 26$ (¥200), my body and I enjoyed sixty minutes of muscle workout and total relaxation. I must admit that the Chinese are masters at the game of massage. No one can do better!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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dalmatinka wrote a review Feb 2019
Shanghai, China20 contributions
My boyfriend and I went here to relax during Chinese New Year. It cost us 199 each, which is a bit pricier than previous reviews. It may have been because of the holiday. The price included the locker, slippers, and 3 towels. There are many pools to choose from, so even though it was a little crowded we were often able to find a pool with no one it it or just a few people. We arrived around 10 am. However, as the day went on, more people showed up and it became less enjoyable. It was difficult to find quiet areas or space, so we ended up leaving a little earlier than planned. They serve Chinese food there for decent prices (various noodles for about 20 yuan) and they even had onion rings as a Western snack. I'd say it's a nice getaway but it would be best to go when it wouldn't be very crowded. We had no choice about our dates but I think a weekday would be best.
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Date of experience: February 2019