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3 pools to relax in and the water is not too hot that you can’t enjoy it even if it’s a humid day - round 38 degrees.
an easy walk to the springs with shops along the way
Lockers available to store belongings
This hotspring located in North Bali, which you have to visit can eliminate stress by soaking here, there are 3 pools: the first is the warmest with 1 meter deep, the second is quite warm with a depth of 1 to 2 meters, and the...More
When visiting Bali a bath in one of the hot springs is a must off course.
We visited this hot spring.
It is sited nicely on the wall of a mountain.
The bath is very nice created and has good facilities.
The water is nice...More
20k entry fee is nothing. Hot water is three pools, not so crowded and situated nicely in the forest. Relaxing. Not that you need something hot in here, but it is very good for relax after all day in car traveling between temples :)
Its a great place to chill, float around in the pools and experience some cool Balinese culture. There are 3 baths, with differing temperatures. The smallest of the baths, with the highest downpour of water, offers a great neck and back massage too!!
We enjoyed our time at the hot springs. Oddly in the heat a hot pool was very nice.
One pool has water coming in from 2+ metres above and when it hits your back it is like a massage.
The walk to the springs can...More
This place took a while to get to but was worthwhile. Not crowded and the experience was wonderful. After an hour of soaking under the water sprays came out very relaxed. There’s other locations to see on the way back so would suggest to include...More
Pretty nice and enjoyable place ! (We probably enjoyed it better because we arrived before the crowd and all the children hehe)
There was only 5other people hanging around around 1pm
It was a hot day and we were quite skeptical taking a swim in...More
Thoughts on my itinerary please....long ish post! (5 Replies)
Hi, Any thoughts on my proposed itinerary below would be great. Are the busy days realistic and is there anything that i should change? We dont mind busy hectic days as we want to cram as much in as possible and we like being busy! 21st June: Arrive from UK in the evening, check in to Kumala Pantai, shower and venture out for a wander. 22nd June: Chill out day, beach, pool, and shopping in the evening. 23rd June: Hire a driver, do Lake Bratan + Ulun Danu Temple, do Taman Ayun...More
June 03, 2008|
Hi luce, Yes you will be busy, but my husband and I are like that when we first visit a country we want to see every thing we can, and figure we can always catch up on sleep at home! I wouldn't spend so much of your time in Legian, 1 night in Ubud is not enough!! Ubud is so different from Legian it's almost like going to another island, why not stay 2 or 3 nights and you can do white water rafting, Lake Bratan, Lovina, Git Git etc. from Ubud? Ubud is so beautiful, so many great shops,...More
Yeh Sanih Springs & Banjar Hot Springs (3 Replies)
Has anyone been to either of these places? Worth a visit? Where are they? Can't find them on my map. Thank you.
January 14, 2009|
Yeh Sanih is a swimming pool in a garden setting, where the clean water springs from the bottom of the pool. It is on the road east from Singaraja, near Kubutambahan. It is on the beach, and 30 years ago there was a small sandy beach and one could jump from the pool inti the sea and vice versa. However, the sea has eroded the beach and to prevent it washing the pool away as well, the border has been reinforced with rocks. I would not go out of my way to visit Yeh Sanih, but if you are...More
Central Coast NSW
Hot springs & waterfalls (7 Replies)
Hi all Can anyone please help with the cost of going to :- Banjar Hot Springs Daybreak Waterfalls Yen Sanih Freshwater Springs. I am not sure if there is a set price or if it's by donation. If donation can someone please guide me on this. I don't need to know about getting there just the attraction cost. Thanks for any help given