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Xinyinzhan Hot Spring

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Xinyinzhan Hot Spring

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Yinzhan Toll Station of 107 National Road , Longtang District, Qingyuan 511500 China
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Private Overnight Tour to Gulong Canyon & Peak Corridor from Guangzhou
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Private Overnight Tour to Gulong Canyon & Peak Corridor from Guangzhou

Gulong Canyon and Yingde Peak Corridors are two amazing attractions in northern Guangdong Province in China, this 2-day private tour will let you explore them with a local guide by private vehicle from Guangzhou. You will enjoy the natural sightseeing with us to escape from the bustling city life. Centrally located Guangzhou hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
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Joe_Macpherson04 wrote a review Jan 2019
Shenzhen, China3,118 contributions318 helpful votes
All different types of hotsprings here. Milk or mint or coffee etc. Clean and comfortable. Not too busy. Good locker facilities. Massage is good especially the foot. 58 RMB for 30 mins Average lunch buffet
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Date of experience: January 2019
PatrickSeward31 wrote a review May 2013
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I got married in Guangzhou and we went to Xinyinzhan Hot springs for 4 days for our honeymoon. It was amazingly relazing. The rooms are average price of an american hotel.bNice simple and clean. If you need anything call and the bring to your room. The private hot spring in the room was nice for first thing in the morning and at night for the wife and I for romantic evening. There was several hot springs all over the grounds wich are cleaned in the morning and once in afternoon. The sauna's were nice and clean. Near the main building there was a milk bath spring, one wuth tea and another with coffee in it. Up stairs is a giant marble slab wich they have ran the hot water threw. Nice at sun set to put a towel down and grab a nap. They also have a locker room if you not staying there over night with a locker and toilets. The other pool near main building has seats built in with water jets in it wich was quite relaxing. Also there was another few pools that had small fish in it that eat all the dead skin off of you like they show on the Discovery channel. There is usually a few guests that speak english and very few staff. They were AMAZING when it came to taking car of the guest and had a good breakfast. I am going to Guangzhou again in 2013 July and I we will be going to the hot springs for 2 days this time can not waight. This is not like the 5 star ones it more for locals but it is an excellent place and would recommend to everyone if you wish to really relax.
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Date of experience: November 2012
herenthere1 wrote a review Apr 2012
77 contributions53 helpful votes
This place is about 30 minutes by car from the Sofitel Riverside Hotel. I'm sure a taxi here would not cost too much. You won't find any English spoken at the hot spring, but they will do their best to show you the ropes by pointing and gestures. A day ticket last week cost 118 yuan. There is also hotel accomodation here. There are lockers provided for your stuff and a separate area to care for valuables if you do not feel the locker is sufficient - I felt the locker was fine. The locker contains your towel and some slip-on rubber shoes. There are clean showers provided for you to wash before and after enjoying the hot spring - they provide everything for you, shampoo, body wash, even a plastic bag for your wet swimwear. It's worth noting that the toilet facilities are of the hole in the floor variety. I arrived at around 11 on a sunny Saturday morning and there were very few people around. There were numerous hot pools and some cold pools. A couple of which included waterfalls to sit under. There was not a great range of temperatures in between hot and cold. The water is very clear and it's odourless. The signs are in English and tell you the mineral content and temperature. I often found, though, that the tempertures weren't an accurate guide to whether another pool would turn out to be hotter or cooler than the one I was in. Many of the pools were closed for cleaning when I arrived, but I think they may have opened when a lot more people arrived in the afternoon. Most of the hot pools are designed to look as natural as possible, giving the appearance of being made of rocks, and many have trees round them and/or a shady roof, There is a road nearby so, sadly, there are some pools where you can hear and smell the traffic, but not in all of them so, overall, this does not spoil the place. Soft drinks and water are provided for free. There is a restaurant but there are also picnic areas. I also noticed quite a bit of play equipment for children. My favourite things were the jacuzzi area and the "interesting fish". The jacuzzi area contained 2 pools of swimming size but kneeling depth. One pool is warmer than the other. Within the pool are many different arrangements of underwater jets which are operated by tapping a sensor. There is also a fantastic variety of high pressure showers. I spent ages in this area. I wasn't sure a would enjoy being nibbled by "interesting fish", but it turned out to be just the most relaxing experience. It costs an extra 28 yuan for an adult entry, but it's worth it. The fish tend to direct their attention to your feet and your hands if you can keep them low and still. It feels like having lots of little bubbles blown at you. I would have sworn I was only in there 30 minutes but when I checked it was over 90 minutes and I'd have stayed longer if I hadn't had a deadline to leave. I believe there are also other pool with thing like milk added, but I did not visit any of these. A cautionary note about the power of the sun - I was sure I had kept to the shaded areas but ended up with very burnt shoulders, so take sunblock and use it or go when it's raining. Overall, I think this is a convenient, relaxing and enjoyable place to spend a day. It was the highlight of this business trip to China.
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Date of experience: April 2012