Taiwan has a great variety of springs, including hot springs, cold springs, mud springs and seabed hot springs, making it one of the world’s top 15 hot spring destinations. There are over hundred natural hot springs found at different geological areas include plains, mountains, valleys and oceans, with most of the hot springs in mesmerizing scenic areas.
Taiwan is one of the top hot spring destinations with the highest concentration and greatest variety of hot springs in the world. Among more than one hundred hot springs found in Taiwan, Guanziling Hot Spring in Baihe District of Tainan City is one of the four main hot springs in Taiwan along with Sichong River Hot Spring in Pingtung, Beitou Hot Spring and Yangminshan Hot Spring in Taipei City. Guanziling Hot Spring is a mud spring of a rare cloudy type with rich minerals and chemicals that can only be found in Taiwan, Italy and Japan; Suao Cold Spring in Yilan is one of the two cold springs in the world along with the cold spring in Venice; Beitou Hot Spring in Taipei City is one of the most popular hot springs in northern Taiwan for its convenience in location that one may simply visit Beitou Hot Spring area through a short Taipei MRT ride to the MRT Xinbeitou Station; Jhihben Hot Spring in Taitung features alkali carbonate springs with the water clear and odorless and temperature ranging from 45 to 56 degrees Celsius surrounded by fascinating untouched natural marvels.
There are great numbers of hot spring resorts and hotels in Taiwan, providing the perfect havens to unwind and rejuvenate while away from hectic city life. Find out the top Taiwan hot springs for your Taiwan travel.