Nestled in the Ba Na–Nui Chua Nature Reserve in Da Nang’s Hoa Vang District, the Nui Than Tai Hot Spring Park is a perfect venue for anyone wanting to get far away from the hustle and bustle of city life to relax.

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The park view from above

The park was officially put into use in April with the aim of diversifying the seaside city’s tourism products. Developed by the DHC Suoi Doi company, the park covers an area of 165ha and cost over 500 billion VND to create.

Boasting the ancient architectural styles of Hoi An and Japan, the park features outdoor and indoor hot spring bathing areas, a 4-star restaurant and hotel complex, an entertainment area for children, souvenir shops, modern karaoke bars, spiritual tourism areas and other outdoor amusement areas.

Embedded in the immense grandeur and magnificence of the nature, the landscapes of the park are created in harmony with their natural surroundings.

Visitors to the park can enjoy special hot minerals, mud, herbal, tea, milk and beer bath services. The foremost benefits of hot spring bathing are that it warms the body and imparts physical and mental relaxation. Bathing in waters at just the right temperature activates the body’s various systems, stimulates circulation, and speeds up metabolism.

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The park’s Onsen

Most notably, there is an Onsen, which is a term for hot springs in the Japanese language. The Onsen highlights the virtues of ‘naked communion’ for breaking down barriers and getting to know people in a relaxing atmosphere. Located between the Bach Ho and Thanh Long mountain ranges, this venue was designed in a Japanese architectural style, and Japanese experts there are willing to guide visitors on how to experience naked baths in a suitable manner.

Boasting professional service staff and high-quality services, the Nui Than Tai Hot Spring Park is undoubtedly the ideal place to experience relaxing moments whilst soaking in tubs of bubbling hot water.

Da Nang Today