BY The Bear Travelers

Hin Dad Hot Spring: A Great Place to Relax in Kanchanaburi

Kanchanaburi Province is one of the most beautiful and unexplored places for tourists in Thailand. Still, if you are traveling through the region, Sai Yok Noi Waterfall and Hin Dad Hot Spring are two exciting places to explore. 

The Hin Dad Hot Spring (aka Hin Dat Hot Spring) is a great place to relax and unwind in a shaded location next to the river in Sai Yok National Park. There are three hot spring pools that you can use to bathe or swim in the heart of the stunning jungle terrain. 

So if you want a spa-like experience in the middle of the jungle, stay with us here as we unfold this stunning place for you.

 

The Bear Travel  Fun Fact!

You can enjoy the beauty of Hin Dad Hot Spring which has a relaxing lush green environment, and the famous hot springs, which are believed to have healing powers. The fun doesn't end here; you can also get a Thai massage.

 

The Old Days of Hin Dad Hot Spring

The Hin Dad Hot springs in Kanchanaburi have an exciting history and were initially built by the Japanese in World War II to store hot water. Some cold streams run close by, and the combination of the two creates a spa-like atmosphere that is very relaxing and soothing. 

You can go quickly from cold to hot to cold again, which is the perfect way to relax your muscles. Right next to the hot springs, you can enjoy an authentic Thai massage for a very affordable price that goes hand-in-hand with the spa-like environment. 

 

The Bear Travel  Trivia!

The Japanese discovered these hot springs in World War II

 

Kuimang Hot Spring

The Hin Dad Hot spring has changed its name over time and was called Kuimang Hot Spring. The temperatures in the pools can reach 45 to 55 degrees and be found by a Japanese soldier during the war when the site enjoyed a transformation.

Many local people believe that the natural minerals in the pools can cure all kinds of ailments, including diseases such as rheumatism and beriberi. The combination of hot and cold will help with blood flow and circulation. 

Although it’s a relatively small place, Hin Dad Hot Spring in Kanchanaburi is quite popular with Russian tourists visiting the area and more popular with locals at the weekend. With onsite showers and dressing rooms, you will be impressed by the setup of this small spring.

 

The Bear Travel  Did You Know?

There are streams of hot water with 40-45 degrees celsius and some cold springs together, giving the spa effect. Many tourists and locals flock here to enjoy the spring, believing it has healing powers.

 

 

 

Map & More Information 

 

 

Hin Dad Hot Spring in Kanchanaburi is a famous tourist attraction among Thai and foreigners. Considered a natural health tourism destination because of its natural hot mineral water pond helping to treat various diseases, you should not miss it!

 

Hin Dad Hot Spring

 

Fees

Thai Citizens: 10 Thai Baht for Adults  |  5 Thai Baht for Children

Foreigners: 40 Thai Baht for Adults  |  20 Thai Baht for Children

Business Hours

06.00 – 22.00 hrs  |  Monday – Sunday 

Business Address

Hin Dat, Thong Pha Phum District, Kanchanaburi 71180

Contact Number

+66 (0) 34 531 557  |  +66 (0) 34 685 839

Website

http://kanchanaburi.go.th/au/tourkan_Eng/hindadhot

GPS

14.6249244, 98.7236903

 

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