Banjar Hot Springs, Bali
Banjar Hot Springs, Bali - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Jalan Banjar, Banjar, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali 80517, Indonesia
Ticket Price: 3000 IDR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 07:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Banjar Hot Springs, Bali
1.5 kilometers to the west of the Brahmavihara Arama Buddhist monastery is a centuries-old hot spring complex. It's not hard to find the hot springs. Just follow the signs and the lines of souvenir shops. There are four major pools, supplied with amenities such as restrooms, changing rooms, spa and lockers. There's also a restaurant and snacks. Surrounded by lush green tropical vegetation on all sides, the complex is a clean and attractive construct of stone, and the gardens are pretty too. The sulphuric content of the volcanic water that gushes from the cool looking dragon heads is supposed to have a therapeutic effect on bathers.
Banjar Hot Springs Information
- The place starts to get crowded by 10 in the morning so you might want to arrive earlier.
How To reach Banjar Hot Springs by Public Transport
- Drive to here.
- Take bemo from Lovina beach to where Jalan Seririt-Singaraja junctions with the road to Banjar Village. From there climb up by foot or take an ojek.
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Banjar Hot Springs, Bali Reviews
A good site to relax and enjoy oneself. The parking space can be quite limited during busy periods, and you have to walk quite a distance to reach the place itself. The place offers some souvenir shops which sell clothing, wood carving, etc. The place is clean and there's a changing room available. There's also a restaurant.
Place is a bit far to get to from Canggu but once you get there is worth it. Water is a bit murky, but it is a very pleasant atmosphere. Nice place to meet the locals.
Short walk to the springs from the parking area. Amenities are clean lockers provided for a small fee. Suggest you go if you are in the area.
Water 37 c. Not hot. Location and atmosphere magical. Nice naga stone spouts.
90% of the people I call best friends, all originate from this large village, and commercial hub. As such, this ancient hot spring, later commercialised by the Dutch, is where we go regularly, first thing on a morning, for a dip, swim, and to wash. Note: the actually bathing area Is entirely separate from the main hot string pools. You'll find locals there through out the whole day. But, very crowded Sundays. The mineral waters are definitely rejuvenating. Although. I've over heard tourists complaining, "dirty", and "unsanitary". Understand, this is not a spa/ retreat! It belongs to the local people. And, is more used for family fun activities. The seated restaurant is awarung style 1 floor bamboo building - serving Indo dishes, drinks etc. of a very good standard and pricing. Although, most locals you'll see bring a picnic, which is not a problem. The water side changing rooms, are cubicle style. Maintained and clean. There is towel hire available. The small gardens around the site are really well maintained, and very nice to relax in - shady, and away just enough from the crowds. All in all, a must visit, if visiting the North of the island, and staying in the Lovina area.