Seven Bali Holidays

Air Panas Banjar

Natural Hot Spring pool for Healing your Body and Mind

The Banjar Hot Springs, also known as 'Air Panas Banjar,' are about 5 kilometers southwest of the famous Lovina beachfront in North Bali.

The hot springs are located in the same district as the Brahmavihara Arama Buddhist monastery, which is about 1.5 kilometers away.

Over time, the centuries-old hot springs have been improved with modern amenities, and they have become a popular retreat and recreational place for locals and international visitors.

A series of local lanes leading into the hills of the Banjar area lead to an intersection with clear signposts to the hot springs from the Seririt-Singaraja major route. A ticket booth and a parking spot are located near the spring's site entrance. Cars and coaches are allowed to stop here, while motorbikes are allowed to continue down the row of shops to a smaller parking spot next to a roofed stone gate with the words "Permandian Air Panas" - "hot water bathing site." The souvenir stores that flank the route leading up to the stone gate sell framed art, handicrafts, souvenirs, Bintang shirts, batiks, and coloured fabrics, among other things.

After passing through the gate, you'll come to a little river with a short pathway and bridge that leads to a set of stairs. The initial smaller pools, where spouts rush onto guests enjoying the calming splashes, can clearly be seen from here. A shop serving food and refreshments is located farther up the stairs. The hot springs complex is divided into four portions, the largest and central of which has a restaurant perched high above the northern side. Restrooms, lockers, and changing rooms, as well as a spa and massage facility, are located adjacent to the restaurant.

The bathing pools have a tiered layout and are built around a hot water spring source. The first level has eight dragon spouts, as well as a smaller pool adjacent to it. The central bathing pools are large enough for entire families to enjoy a relaxing dip. The big central pool is located on the second floor.

What should you know about Banjar Hot Spring
Due to the sulfuric component of the water, the hot water springs give a recreational and therapeutic experience. The golden red sedimentation on various spots of the spouts and pool walls demonstrates this. During the Japanese occupation of Indonesia during World War II, the structure is thought to have been substantially built. The waters of the hot springs were reputed to cure a variety of cutaneous and rheumatic illnesses at the time. For those seeking leisure, enjoyment, sightseeing, and a unique experience, Banjar Hot Springs continues to provide a pleasurable and health-beneficial escape high in the hills of the north. Those who do not wish to swim can relax in the lush tropical gardens, take in the view from the Komala Tirta Restaurant, or buy for gifts in the rows of art stores close outside. The hot springs are a convenient stop on visits to North Bali, located about 25 kilometers west of Singaraja, the Buleleng regency's seat.

Open : 08.00 am - 05.30 pm

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