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Jinshan (Jin Mountain) Hot Springs

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Jinshan District, New Taipei City
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Jinshan (Jin Mountain) hot springs, located in Jinshan (Jin Mountain)and Wanli Districts of New Taipei City, produce carbonic acid water at temperatures of 45 to 86 degrees Celsius.

These hot springs arise in the Datun geothermal zone, like those of Yangmingshan, and are the northernmost hot springs in Taiwan. While other hot-spring areas are lucky to have two types of water, Jinshan (Jin Mountain) provides four: oceanic sandy, sulfuric, carbonic acid, and iron. Hot-spring hotels have sprung up in the Jinshan (Jin Mountain) area in rapid succession in recent years, making it haven for vacationers who enjoy the variety of water types available.

Travel Information

(Traffic information is subject to change. Please check with the transportation station before departure.)

Nat'l Hwy 3 → Exit at the Jijin Interchange → Prov. Hwy 2


1. Take HSR (or TRA) to Taipei Train Station → Kuo-Kuang Bus (bound for Jinshan (Jin Mountain) Youth Activity Center) to Jinshan (Jin Mountain) stop
2. Take HSR (or TRA) to Taipei Train Station, transfer to MRT Tamsui Station, transfer to Crown Northern Coast Shuttle Bus, get off at Jiatouli (Hot Spring Area) stop. Please see bus schedule on Taiwan Tourist Shuttle Bus Web.


Area Information

Last update time: 2019-09-12
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