We were going to go to Screw's, but our bus driver recommended Ti Kwen, and we are very glad he did. After a brief walk, there are 2 small sulfur pools situated at the bottom of a small but very pretty waterfall. After relaxing in these for a bit, we made our way down to a separate area where they pipe the spring water via bamboo shoots into 3 iron bathtubs, which were nice to spend some time in. Next to that is a larger, deeper, man-made pool of about 10 x 20 feet long and 4 feet deep with a small ledge for sitting on one end. When you get out, they have a separate bamboo shoot that pipes in the cold, clean water from the waterfall if you want a nice cool shock after the hot pools.
The trip would have been more relaxing if not for a guy next to the larger pool who spent a half hour using a chain saw to cut thin slats out of a fallen tree. After awhile we just tuned it out, but it was kind of obnoxious.
Also, we were the only two people there, which was perfect. However, as the two natural pools are small and there are only 3 bathtubs, our experience would have been drastically different had there been more people there.
Oh, and the "mini zoo" was completely ridiculous. Just a few rabbits, chickens, and tortoises cooped up in small cages.
Overall, for a small group or a single couple, it was perfect. But if there are more than a handful of people, it would not be very enjoyable.
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