Exploring the Miracles of Neiwan

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She’ll Be Coming ‘Round Neiwan when she comes – Jian Shi resort

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The good thing about Neiwan is that it is located within close proximity to some of the best and most beautiful cafes and hot spring resorts in Taiwan. There is a public hot spring centre in Neiwan itself, well equipped with various kinds of Jacuzzis and sauna rooms. But I strongly urge you to venture beyond and check out the other interesting resorts around the area…

Fish spa – these are a special kind of fish which bites away dead skin cells. It may be a bit ticklish at first but after you have gotten used to it, you will find the experience really relaxing.

I loved soaking in the Jacuzzis. There are a variety of them which aim to massage different parts of your body. I loved the one with strong water force coming up from the bottom for the pool since I can get to massage the soles of my tired feet. I also found the overhead fountain spray gleefully fun. 

Taiwan is famous for their hot springs. The spring water comes from underground and soaking in it is known to be good for your skin.

The public hot spring I went to has water of 2 temperatures – one of around body temperature 37.5 degrees and another hotter one at 42.8 degrees.

If you prefer, you can also book a hot spring room at a resort for your own private hot spring tub.  Here are some pictures of the hot spring rooms.

Japanese-style beds, cobbled pavement lined with pebbles, clear water, beautiful flowers and sweet-smelling bath foam makes you instantly at ease.  It’s amazing that you can find 5 star facilities in the vicinity of small towns and villages. Here are pictures from 2 other hot spring resorts



Written by clarine chai

June 6, 2011 at 1:02 pm