Banjar Hot Springs

Banjar Hot Springs, Singaraja: Hours, Address, Banjar Hot Springs Reviews: 4/5

Banjar Hot Springs
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Ivans K
Jakarta, Indonesia2,211 contributions
May 2021
Banjar hot springs is located in Singaraja area (maybe takes around 15 minutes from lovina beach). This hot spring has been here since over century ago. It is a simple hot springs and affordable which you can enjoy it. There are several pools from smaller to big pools. The hot water springs complex comprises four main pool sections, with the largest and central bathing pool featuring a restaurant perched high above the northern side. Beside the restaurant are restrooms, lockers and changing rooms, and a spa and massage facility.
Over all, Banjar hot springs is a good place to take a hot bathing. enjoy
Written 23 August 2021
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Ardi S
Indonesia15 contributions
Sep 2020 • Couples
We did an early morning dolphin tour with friendly Karta. We left before sunrise and Karta brought some banana cakes (made by his wife) ans coffee and tea. Yes there are many other boats with the same purpose but where those are chasing the dolphins, Karta stays on a respectful distance from the animals. His words: "the dolphins like the more quiet waters". So in the end a lot of dolphins passed by our boat and we saw many!
After this we went snorkeling, coloured fish everywhere.
He charges the regular price.
His number is: +62 87863229639(also whatsapp
Written 29 October 2020
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Raymondale
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia750 contributions
Nov 2019
it's the second time i visited here,last year when travelling to Bali in November again, i stayed at Pejarakan,Buleleng,the driver picked me up at the airport,and we stopped here for some good time, it is on the way to my homestay in Pejarakan. first, you have to buy a entrance ticket, and make sure you bring your swimsuits or trunks,if not, you cannot bath here. there are some local hot springs pool around Bali,and Banjar is one of them,but quite famous one.there is a simple changing area (like showers room,but no water),and you can put your stuffs into the lockers there (but not free),after showers,then you can bath in the spring pool.the temperature is okay, not too hot, no strong smell. there are three bathing areas, not big though. i tried all. if have enough time,you can have lunch here,there is a restaurant attached. compared to the first time, i stay longer this time, and took some pics, relaxed here, even had a light lunch at the restaurant. next time may stay at Banjar,continue to explore this area.
Written 24 October 2020
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Vikki G
Peterborough, Canada151 contributions
Aug 2020 • Friends
20,000/person to get in
4,000/parking

This is a very neat place and you will see a lot of locals bathing here. The water is green, does smell a bit off however it is very warm. There are 3 bathing pools two together and one lower off to the side. The rest is a walking area with small temple as it is a holy area.

It says “no nudity” and the locals all wear T-shirt’s and shorts in the water. Which made me disappointed to see tourist have no respect and took her top off instead of using the changing rooms.
Written 5 August 2020
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Zainovic
Beirut, Lebanon52 contributions
Apr 2019
You can go and see locals bathing in these founatins, and live a local tradition
There is also a market there
Written 28 February 2020
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starbee21
Melbourne, Australia60 contributions
Nov 2019
We visited here a couple of times during our Lovina stay. The first time a bus of European tourists had arrived, so it was quite crowded, and yet there was still plenty of space to spread out and people were respectful of others space and considering the number of people there, not overly noisy. The second time was early morning and only a handful of people were there, so really quiet and serene... The hot springs water itself is nicely laid out, and was very refreshing. Yes it had that natural mineral smell, we didn't find it offensive at all, though do wear older bathers or t-shirt/shorts, as the minerals may stain the material. There are three pools of varying temperature and depth. There's a cafe (though we didn't eat here) and changerooms/lockers available, and a couple of outdoor showers to rinse off before & after bathing. There are of course on the walk approach outside the entrance gate, vendors selling the usual variety of trinkets & sarongs, but nod, smile, just keep walking. They didn't seem pushy to us. Definitely a place worth visiting, to float in the water, listening to the birds, looking at the trees and contemplating life ~*~
Written 27 February 2020
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bethoshaughnessy1964
Toronto, Canada9 contributions
Feb 2020
This is a good place to visit for an hour or so. It costs 20 K IDR to get in and another 5 K for a locker - so it is pretty good value. The place is well organized and we found everything pretty clean and nice.

The pools are not super hot and a yellowish/ greenish colour from the sulphurous water.

You have to run the gauntlet of sellers of nic-nacs and sarongs etc but they were not very aggressive.
Written 12 February 2020
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Uncle Travelling Matt
York, UK43 contributions
Dec 2019
We travelled here from Kubutambahan. I took my younger brother and my six-year-old son who loved that the water was like a bath! There is also a stunning Buddhist Temple close by and there is an opportunity to buy souvenirs from the stalls on the way in. If you're from England, then you will notice that eh rather is exactly the same colour as The Roman Baths in Bath. We loved all of our bathing experiences in Bali and there are many!
Written 21 January 2020
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Ivan Go
Moscow, Russia121 contributions
Dec 2019 • Couples
Amazing hot springs just for 20k rps for adult. Recomended to be here under 11 am, because after that lot of people here, dirty change rooms and very hot.
Written 18 December 2019
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adelman2017
Anchorage, AK19 contributions
Oct 2019 • Family
We loved it! Water was comfortably warm, not hot. The different pools were all nice. Lovely forest setting. We didn't mind the vendors or find them overly pushy. We were glad food and drinks were available for sale. We had a great time playing and splashing and just relaxing.
Written 28 October 2019
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