Sungai Klah Hot Springs, Malaysia
Built in 2003, this park set features cold and hot pools surrounded by green forests and running rivers. Pools in Sungai Klah get their water from the natural underground sprint and bubbling streams. Aside from the public hot pools, you can also enjoy private Jacuzzis and a location where you can boil eggs in hot water! Uncanny but cool! You can stay the night in the park because they offer accommodation too. Just make sure you place a reservation ahead and arrange everything before you visit.
Onyang Hot Spring, Seoul
As Korea’s oldest hot springs, Onyang continues to energize and freshen up its visitors even after 1,300 years of existence. Legends say the high alkaline content in Onyang’s water cured the eye and leg ailments of King Sejong. The hot springs are also located near the Onyang Hot Spring Hotel, which is one of the oldest hotels in the area. The hotel is Korea’s biggest and oldest hot spring resort which offers a number of outdoor water pools called Onyang Oncheaon.
Beitou Hot Spring, Taipei, Taiwan
The last one in our list is Taiwan’s Beitou Hot Springs. Beitou is a small city well-known for the hot springs it offers, as well as its preserved architectural heritage. In 1845 during the colonial era, the Japanese developed the town into a hot spring resort. If you want to feel better and refreshed, better take note of this hot spring and visit it the next time you’re in Taiwan.
Puning Hot Springs and Sand Spa, Clarke, Philippines
I’m sure you’re familiar with the white sand beaches of Boracay, but why don’t you try the renowned hot springs of Laguna? Laguna is a province located in the island of Luzon and is famous for the several hot springs it offers. You’ll surely love Puning Hot Springs which is located near the volcano, Mount Pinatubo, the source of the spring’s hot water. Hot water ranges between 40 to 70 degrees. Apart from the hot springs, you can also enjoy the sparkling green waters of Pinatubo Crater Lake.