Seven Bali Holidays

Air Panas Angseri ( Angseri Natural Hot Spring Pool )

Hot Spring Water pond between Jatiluwih and Bedugul tourism spot

Natural hot springs abound on Bali Island, making it a great tourist destination. The Angseri hot springs are Bali's natural hot springs, located in Tabanan regency. Because it is on the same path as Bali's most popular tourist attraction, Angseri hot spring has a very strategic placement. Lake Beratan Bedugul is home to the Tanah Lot and Ulun Danu temples.

The hot springs in Angseri are not natural pools. It's a man-made pool with natural hot springs. As a result, if you're looking for a natural pool hot spring, you won't find it here. In addition, the location and facilities were created for local visitors in order to lower the cost of the entrance fee. As a result, there are no luxurious facilities in Angseri hot springs.

The carefully designed garden is the Angseri hot spring's distinguishing feature. There are coconut palms, fern trees, and nice grass arrangements in the garden area, and visitors can observe rice field scenery from the Angseri hot spring region. Nicely addition, the layout of the building merges in with the natural surroundings.

One public pool for adults and one hot spring pool for children are available in Angseri hot springs.

If you prefer privacy while bathing in a hot spring, Angseri also has a private pool. There are nine private pools, each with a maximum capacity of five persons. Angseri hot spring also has changing rooms, restrooms, and a snack booth for visitors.
Most guests will require private vehicles due to the lack of public transportation to get to the Angseri hot spring area in Tabanan. Scooters and vehicles are the two modes of personal transportation available in Bali. Ask us to help you in providing transportation and guiding service to this site along with other interesting places beyond of this site in our tour program.

Getting a scooter in Bali is simple, especially if your accommodation is in the south of the island. Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Canggu, Jimbaran, Ungasan, and Sanur are all in the south of Bali. To rent a scooter in Bali, all you have to do is search on Google. In Bali, the average rental price for a scooter is roughly IDR 75,000 for 24 hours without fuel. As a result, before going on a long ride, you need top up the scooter's tank.

In Bali, you can also rent a self-drive car. However, renting a self-drive car in Bali is difficult. Self-drive car rental is now available from fewer car rental businesses in Bali.

If you don't want to clean your car, don't want to waste time seeking for a parking spot, and just want to relax in your car. I recommend that you get a car in Bali with a driver.

In Bali, the typical automobile rental with driver costs roughly IDR 600,000/10 hours of use; the car rental price also includes petrol.

Open : 08.00 am - 06.00 pm

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