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We reached Hin Dat Hot Springs in the evening (around 7:30 p.m.). It is a great time to take a dip in the waters. Hot water and cool(ish) air helped set the right environment.
Mostly visited by locals and (some) tourists from China and Japan....More
I came on a package tour from Kanchanaburi, with no expectations. Hin Dad turned out to be an enjoyable break. The hot pool was a test of endurance, which sent me to cool off in the adjacent river several times. The stand alone pool, just...More
We went on the Saturday of a public holiday weekend which was probably a mistake. So busy that it was hard to find a spot to get into the hot pools as so many Thais sitting round the edge.
Not relaxing and the whole place...More
If you think to go to a thermal center or to a luxury SPA change soon your mind...These hot springs are a local attraction, many Thai and may be two “Farang” (me and my wife....:-), not very clean but nothing bad, you find three pools...More
The Hin Dat hot spring, located at 20 minutes from the village of Thong Pha Phum, are very relaxing: natural hot water of 40°C in basins alongside the fresh river coming from the mountains.
The place are surrounded by the nature that makes it peaceful....More
Hin Dat Hot spring is quit a bit of drive from Kanchanaburi nothing much to see nearby.
Located next to a stream in a jungle setting actually very nice.
Unfortunate there are no handrails installed to allow for safe entering of the various pool areas...More
No wonder the Japanese loved this place.
The hot spring is from water touching hot stone bed so there is no smell just
pure hot water to enjoy. The spring are just on the river bank so you can also
dip in the cold water...More
Firstly i was mis informed about how far out of Kanchanaburi this is it is a very long way. On th plus side the roads quite scenic and just over half way is helfire pass. The water is lovely kids loved it to. A little...More
We stopped here after our grueling 3.5 hour walk of the Hellfire Pass trail. It was blissful to chill out and soak our weary bodies in the hot water but the site itself is nothing special. There are three hot pools adjacent to the river...More