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Guanziling Hot Spring Park(關子嶺溫泉公園)

Traveler rating:4.5 180 Reviews

Tuesday:09:00 – 23:30





Guanziling Hot Spring Park (關子嶺溫泉公園) is located below the Guanziling Hot Spring District (關子嶺溫泉區), just across Baoquan Bridge (寶泉橋). During the Japanese Colonial Time, Japanese troops fought the anti-Japanese resistance which was based in the Guanziling area, and unexpectedly found a hot spring here. When the mud bath hot spring was examined by Japanese experts and judged to possess healing effects, this caused increased interest in the area, leading Guanziling to be named "Taiwan's No.1 Hot Spring" in 1920. Now there are wooden walkways set up in the park leading to Haohan Hill and Xianyun Bridge in front of Jing Leh Resort Hotel. At night, the wooden walkways are all brightly illuminated, enriching the nighttime landscape, and making the hot spring village feel even more romantic; the leisurely walk is perfect after a long hot spring bath. * To protect the source of the hot spring, the area around it is not open to the public, but tourists can still clearly see the hot spring bubbling from behind the railings.


Address Baihe Dist., Tainan City Taiwán, R.O.C

Category Eco-Tour、Natural View、Parks、Hot Spring、Bridge

Opening Hours Free entry, open all day long


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Traveler rating:4.5 180 Reviews Write a Review

Traveler rating

  1. 2 Terrible
  2. 1 Poor
  3. 19 Average
  4. 78 Very good
  5. 80 Excellent

Traveler type

  1. 43 Families
  2. 39 Couples
  3. 36 Solo
  4. 6 Business
  5. 33 Friends
  • kimitakas

    Taichung, Taiwan

    Traveler type:

    Solo travel

    Mud spa

    Traveler rating:4 2018-11

    Guangziling is a famous for its unique hot springs. Here, you can not only take a bath, but experience a mud spa. Although it is a resort area, there are not many tourists. So, you can really relax with local people. There are several hotels that offer one-day visit of their bath. Tongmao Hot Spring Hotel where I took a bath was not bad.
  • HSY K

    Seoul, South Korea

    Traveler type:

    Solo travel

    one of good hot spring places in Asia

    Traveler rating:5 2018-05

    whole town is for hot spring. There are many hot spring places, mostly it is like hotel, so people book the room then enjoy the spa. But I pay a visit like day trip, so hard to find one day admission. Only 3 I found, then I chose the nearest one from the bus stop, which had promotion price for Thursday. Anyway, even if it was not promotion, it is worth to have experience in this spa. It would be more reasonable to stay one or couple of nights. one day trip was too far from Kaohsiung, and pricy in total.
  • vinodsekar03

    New Delhi, India

    Traveler type:


    Go with Guide

    Traveler rating:4 2017-09

    our guide was literally funny and explained us Taiwanese culture and their tradition. He also detailed about the praying procedure.
  • petersjsim

    Tawau, Malaysia

    Traveler type:

    Friends getaway

    Spa Lovers' Paradise

    Traveler rating:4 2017-12

    If you enjoy spa, this is the place you must visit. Guanziling Hotspring has many surprises for visitors: The scenic, the local culture, food, and spa, spa of muddy spring water!
  • richmondk150

    Singapore, Singapore

    Traveler type:


    A very localised experience...

    Traveler rating:3 2017-09

    If you are used to western spas, this is not for you. The reception area looks decent, but the aesthetics decline as you descend to the spa entrance. An adult ticket cost TWD400. Lockers in the changing room have no locks, but they provide rental lockers outside for a minimal TWD10. Remember to bring along your swimming cap if you would like to dip into the swimming pool. If you forgot your swimming gear, you can purchase it at the retail cabinet which cost below TWD1000. Lastly, the main highlight of the mud pool was a disappointment. The mud was placed in a small wooden pail for application and I suspect it was diluted with water. A pretty disappointing experience overall.

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