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Adventure and Eco-tourism > Hot Springs

Hot Springs in Thailand

There aren't that many countries that have the volcanic activity that helps form hot springs... Make the most of Thailand's springs while you are here!
 

Must see

All over the world people are convinced of the therapeutic value of hot springs. People flock to bathe in them to bring relief to a number of ailments, particularly bad backs and other aches and pains. Some use springs not for their curative value, but to maintain a sense of health and wellbeing. From Sankampaeng in the north, to Ranong's Hot Springs and Raksawarin Park Arboretum in the south, Thailand has a number of springs available to visitors. Some are basic in their approach (simply pools of hot water), others have been turned into spas and health centres. Not every country has the volcanic activity that helps form hot springs, so for many visitors they are at once an attraction and a novelty. Thailand's springs are usually set in attractive scenery and are pleasant places to visit in their own right - ideal for walks, picnics and other pastimes. If you are in Thailand for any length of time, a visit to a hot spring really should be on your itinerary.


Ranong
Natural Hot Springs and Raksawarin Park Arboretum
Ranong's chief attractions include its hot springs and Raksawarin Park Arboretum. Situated 2 kilometers east of Ranong town, mineral water coming from the springs maintains a year-round temperature of...
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Worth seeing

All over the world people are convinced of the therapeutic value of hot springs. People flock to bathe in them to bring relief to a number of ailments, particularly bad backs and other aches and pains. Some use springs not for their curative value, but to maintain a sense of health and wellbeing. From Sankampaeng in the north, to Ranong's Hot Springs and Raksawarin Park Arboretum in the south, Thailand has a number of springs available to visitors. Some are basic in their approach (simply pools of hot water), others have been turned into spas and health centres. Not every country has the volcanic activity that helps form hot springs, so for many visitors they are at once an attraction and a novelty. Thailand's springs are usually set in attractive scenery and are pleasant places to visit in their own right - ideal for walks, picnics and other pastimes. If you are in Thailand for any length of time, a visit to a hot spring really should be on your itinerary.

If you are in Thailand for a longer period, try more of the kingdom's hot springs.


Chiang Mai
San Kamphaeng Hot Springs

San Kamphaeng Hot Springs is an ideal destination for those interested in health and well-being. A natural spring emitting water with high sulfur content, the spring is said to cure ailments and re...
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Mae Hong Son
Pong Dueat Hot Springs

This is really quite an impressive place to visit. There aren't that many places in the world with hot springs and Mae Hong Son is one of them, so if you are in the area, make the most of it! Set i...
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Tha Pai Hot Springs

Tha Pai Hot Springs are one of the focal points of Huai Nam Dang National Park, in Mae Hong Son province, 8 kilometers south of Pai. The springs offer a number of bathtubs for visitors to bathe in,...
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