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This was the most relaxing place to visit on our way up to visit Lovina. The hot spring pool available to to public at a reasonable price was nice and warm. There was a shallow waterfall next to the pool to cool off in. If...More
Visited these hot springs it was really an adventure.
The roads to enter the springs are narrow but all sealed so it is an easy entry with a good driver.
About 1klm walk to reach the springs and many steps but manageable if you take...More
I love this place, but be ready for it.
A long path to reach it and beautiful landscapes in the while. That already worths the travel.
Once on Angseri do not expect a huge and enormous pool in the middle of an incontaminate jungle, neither...More
I wanted to visit hot springs while I was in Bali and based on location Angseri worked best with the rest of the places we were visiting. These hot springs are about as basic (and I mean natural and not a lot of fluff) as...More
Really natural and back to basic hot springs! Suited us great, was raining on and off, and is a hike from car park.go early and no one there! 45k entry. ($4.50 aud) lovely basic warungs on the walk back up which was lovely for an...More
- Different pools at different temperatures
- A great adventure; broken roads and broken paths through the jungle.
- Beautiful drive
-A family of 5 180,000idr.
- Through western eyes everything looks dirty, dangerous and dodgey.
- The water smells rusty as the...More
A very quiet, hot spring, heated by the magma of Mount Batur and set amongst tropical rainforest. A warm bathing pool with separate ‘sauna’ rooms (cellular hot pools in a set of adjacent huts) plus a fresh water plunge pool fed by a waterfall next...More
We be been to quite a few hot springs in Indonesia. Most of them are quite functional - they re places to get a hot bath.
This one is different. We arrive at the bath after going down the hill on a staircase bordered by...More