Bali is a volcanic island that has several volcanoes. As you know, if there is a volcano, chances are that you will also find natural hot springs on this Island of the Gods. In addition to getting rid of stress and fatigue, soaking in natural hot water is believed to dissolve toxins, aka detox, as well as treat and prevent skin diseases.
Here are 4 hot springs in Bali
1. Angseri Hot Springs
Located at the foot of Mount Batukaru in the fertile Tabanan region, The baths are located among lush green rice fields, interspersed with forests and trees. You can imagine the pleasure of soaking in hot water in the middle of the cool mountain air, with a beautiful view before your eyes.
The water temperature in Angseri ranges from 46 degrees Celsius, so it’s just right for soaking. There are two large pools here, namely the adult and children’s pool. In the adult pool, there is a small waterfall whose water is warm and contains sulfur. In addition, there are private soaking booths, a maximum of five people per room so you can soak with your family without being disturbed.
2. Yeh Sanih Hot Spring
After seeing dolphins on Lovina Beach, try to go to Yeh Sanih hot spring (Air Sanih) which is in Singaraja, North Bali. In addition to providing soothing hot water therapy and relieving fatigue, the scenery at Yeh Sanih is also cool! Imagine, you can soak in clear hot water while enjoying the view of the open ocean.
To take a hot shower at Yeh Sanih, all you have to do is pay Rp.10,000 per person. There are also locker facilities that can be rented, to keep your bag stuff safe.
3. Toya Bungkah Hot Spring
In the midst of the green and beautiful nature of Tabanan, you can enjoy a natural spa at Penatahan Hot Spring (Yeh Panes). This hot spring really makes you relax with a beautiful natural panorama against a backdrop of green rice terraces.
For public pools, you have to pay an entrance ticket of IDR 10,000 per person, and for private pools IDR 25,000 per person for one hour.
There are three public pools in Penatahan. The first pool closest to the river bank is the smallest pool with cold water temperatures, surrounded by large rocks. the second pool has hot water, with a bamboo shower. The third pool is located at the top and has the largest area with a fairly warm water temperature. It is one meter deep and suitable for children.
4. Banjar Hot Springs
Another natural hot spring not far from Lovina Beach is Banjar Hot Spring. The baths that are in the middle of a beautiful nature have been around for hundreds of years, and are now being restored to become bathing pools.
On the first level, there were eight dragon fountains that spouted naturally hot water and were one meter deep. The second pool is under the first pool, and is bigger in size with five dragon showers with a depth of 1-2 meters. The third pool is the smallest, and this is where you can enjoy the sensation of a hot water massage. The three showers here are located at an altitude of 3.5 meters, so that the water is spraying heavier.