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Sankampaeng Hot Spring

50 reviews
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  • Terrible8%
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A family style hot springs with concrete paths containing spring water at various temperatures. There is Thai massages available and food concessions. This place is not fancy so don't expecting a response atmosphere. There are 2 FEES BTW. 100baht/pp main fee and if you want...More

Thank tonytD9568SZ
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We visited the hot springs on our hired moped (parking was 10 baht). Really enjoyed it and cooked eggs(make sure to cook for a bit longer than they say) nice to sit and relax with your legs in the water, good to combine this trip...More

Thank Paige L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Chiang Mai is a great city but if, like us, you hanker for the countryside after a while then this is a trip worth considering. We were also on a pretty tight budget so an organised excursion was out, as was hiring a songthaew and...More

Thank brianhstone
Reviewed 4 January 2018

If you wan to experience hot spring with the locals come to Sankampaeng Hot Spring. It's about a 45 min ride from the city via yellow public Songtaew 50 baht each way (they have a fixed departure time). You can catch it at Warorod market....More

Thank Chanyanuch C
Reviewed 27 December 2017 via mobile

My local friend drove us 5 adults + 2 kids there on a Sunday afternoon. It's about 35-45 minutes away by car from Chiang Mai. Tickets: 40THB for Thai, 100THB for non- resident. Attention: Do stop around the gas station to buy small bags of...More

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"Different rates based on size of hot tub in the room. Differnt accomodations also, just rating one type."
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"Get there early to avoid the crowds"
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