The joy of adventure often makes you ignore the physical fatigue accumulating as you travel. But it doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s not there. You do get physically tired. You’re a living being, after all.

And you need to do something about it. There are many things to do to rejuvenate your body. You can go to a spa or a massage parlor. But if you aren’t really into those “institutional” rejuvenating center, you can go to a hot spring. Here are 7 interesting hot springs in Bali you can go to when you need to rejuvenate your body:

Angseri Hot Spring


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To get there, you must walk through many stairs hugged by trees and greeneries. If you look around, you’ll see that you’re also surrounded by terraced paddy-fields like those you usually find on the postcard.

The pool will remind you of that of Tampak Siring temple. Yet, instead of cold water, you’ll encounter natural hot fluid coming from the center of the earth. You’ll love the sensation of dipping into something hot in the middle of the chill air of Tabanan. Situated in Baturiti, Tabanan, Angseri is open every day. The entrance ticket is only IDR5,000 for locals and IDR25,000 for foreigners.

Banjar Hot Spring

It’s more than a hot spring. The complex of Banjar Hot Spring is also equipped with a spa and massage service as well as a restaurant. The temperature of the hot spring pools in Banjar Hot Spring—three of them—is around 38 Celsius, which is claimed to be the perfect temperature for body healing treatment.

What makes this hot spring more interesting is the location. It’s only around 5 km away from the taciturn Lovina Beach, in Banjar, Buleleng Regency. For inquiries about price, drop an e-mail to

Banyuwedang Hot Spring


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Hot spring in the mountainous area is one thing, but a hot spring situated near the beach is another thing. Only a few kilometers away from the northern coast of Bali, in Pejarakan Village, Buleleng, Banyuwedang Hot Spring is where you can experience swimming on the hot water while enjoying the wind breezing from the ocean.

Since it’s quite popular among the locals, you’re gonna have to share the pool with tens of people. But it’s gonna be quite nice. You can mingle with the locals while recharging your energy to explore the rest of the Island of the Gods.

Toya Bungkah Hot Spring


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The hot water of Toya Bungkah seeps out from the rocks. That’s why it’s called Toya Bungkah. “Toya” means water and “bungkah” means rocks. Situated in Bangli regency, it’s surrounded by mountains and only a stone’s throw away from the legendary Lake Kintamani.

The water temperature is quite high, reaching 40 Celcius. But it won’t be a problem because the surrounding area is really cold. The entrance fee depends on the ID-card you’re holding. For an adult Bali ID-card holder, the price is IDR60,000. But if you are a foreigner, you’re gonna have to spend IDR150.000.

Belulang Hot Spring

Located around 15 kilometers away from the center of Tabanan, in the middle of a paddy-field, Belulang Hot Spring is quite popular among tourists.

What makes it popular is, unlike any other hot springs, the hot spring does not produce the annoying aroma of sulfur. Dipping yourself there would feel as if you’re bathing yourself in a hot kettle. The best time to visit Belulang Hot Spring is in the night when the crowds have gone home—of course.

Penatahan Hot Spring


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Rather than a mere hot spring pool, Penatahan Hot Spring looks more like a resort. The ambiance is soothing as you’ll get to relax in the middle of greeneries—and several elegant bungalows. Besides, your ears will be spoiled with the running water of the Yeh Ho river.

There are two kinds of hot spring pools here, namely private and public. To rejuvenate your body in the private pool, you have to spend IDR25,000. The public pool is slightly cheaper, IDR10,000.

Toya Devasya Hot Spring

Besides natural hot spring, Toya Devasya has many interesting things such as water boom, camping ground, spa house, cafe, and adventure packages. We wouldn’t be surprised that you’ll gonna stay there for days and weeks just to enjoy the activities while surrounded by the fresh air of Kintamani.

Toya Devasya is situated on Toya Bungkah, Kintamani, Bangli Regency. For inquiries, you can go to the website or drop a message to

Are you ready to get rejuvenated by one of the hot springs?

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