Spent an hour to 2. It was an interesting hot spring for us to taste some sulfur eggs, enjoy the view of smoldering lake and soak our feet into the hot spring. Packed with locals. I love the eco liberate.
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A sort-of-interesting place to walk around. If you're interested in bathing in the hot springs, there are lots of choices, ranging from cheap to very expensive.
Taipei in itself is already a friendly and interesting city... but no visit of Taipei is complete without a decent soak in one of Beitou's hot springs. You will soothe your joint pains, have a great time, meet locals, strike conversations with old people, get...More
A family friend recommended that we visit the Hot Spring. We were expecting something more that communes with nature. It's just like some small canal with establishments trying to make money from tourists. We got really disappointed especially considering the long travel time from Ximending....More
For about $10USD which covers the entrance fee plus a bottled water and a small towel, we dipped naked with what looks to me a lot of frequent local users. The facility is nothing fancy but has a nice "authentic" feel to it. It is...More
I recommend you stay in their hotels, they offer hot sping bath inside their hotels. There is a common bath outside for everybody but as all tourist go there, its too crowded. The beitou public library is really nice to visit. Really recommend you visit...More
The hot spring starts as a large, very hot pond that you can understandably not approach closely as it's nearly boiling. But it is surrounded by hotels and restaurants and to enjoy it you want to stay in a hotel where they have access to...More
Excellent hot spring and enjoy it very much with friends. Very easy to get to new Beitou via metro (Red line to pink line). Great day trip.