This Banjar Hot Spring tourist attraction is most famous in the North Bali region. Many domestic and foreign tourists visit this bath to feel the sensation of soaking in the warm water. For hundreds of years, this location has been used as a bathing place. Besides being able to soak in the warm water, you can also feel the running hot water from the dragon head-shaped showers.
In this Banjar Hot Spring, there are 3 pools that have different widths, lengths and depths. Visitors can also choose one of the three existing bathing pools. This includes a pool intended for children. The first pool is located on the top level with a length of about 12 meters and a width of 1.5 meters. The depth is 1 meter and there are 8 hot water showers.
The second pool is located below the first pool. It is the widest of the three pools because it has a length of 12 meters with a width of 10 meters. The depth also varies from 1 meter near the shower and further away the depth can reach 2 meters. Children who swim in this pool need extra attention to be careful.
The third pool is to the west of the second pool and is somewhat separated from the other pools. There are 3 showers with a shower height of about 3 meters. This third pool is shallower, only waist deep. The water that flows from this shower is used by visitors as a relaxing massage on the back.
The Banjar Hot Spring tourism object has been well managed, it is proven that there are various supporting facilities that are already equipped such as adequate parking for vehicles, changing and rinse rooms, toilets, food stalls and restaurants, even shops selling souvenirs. No need to go far to look for souvenirs when visiting this tourist hot spring.
Banjar Hot Spring is located in Banjar Village, Banjar District, Buleleng Regency. If taken from Singaraja, it will take about 30 minutes with a distance of 19 kilometers. And if you depart from Kuta, it can be reached within 3 hours of travel without traffic or is about 90 kilometers.
The bathing pool is open daily from 08:00 AM to 06:00 PM. Avoid coming during weekends or school holidays, because it is certain that this tourist attraction will be crowded with visitors.