Besides as a place to bathe and swim, visitors can also enjoy the water fall showers as high as 3.5 meters, it feels like a massage so that the body becomes more fresh.
Banjar Hot Springs, Buleleng - Bali is estimated to be hundreds of years, and since the Japanese occupation of the hot springs has been in fix and utilized. Japanese government to build three water reservoirs for bathing, because soaking in hot water containing sulfur can cure skin diseases. This pool that were built by the Japanese government is then utilized by public.
This hot spring (air panas) Banjar are only a short distance west of the monastery. Eight carved sand stones Nagas spew water from a natural hot spring into the first bath, which then overflows (via the mouths of five more nagas), into a second larger pool.
In a third pool, water pours from three-meter-high spouts to give us a pummeling massage. The water is slightly sulfur and pleasantly hot, so you might enjoy it more in the morning or the evening than in the heat of the day.
Domestic and foreign tourists who want to enter the area, charged the entrance fee of IDR 10,000 for domestic and IDR 15,000 for foreign tourists. Travelers who come to this place also can soak and swim as much. Open daily from 8 am to 5 pm.
You must wear a swimsuit and you should not use soap in the pool. The whole area is beautifully landscaped with lush tropical plants.
It is located at Banjar village, Banjar district, Buleleng regency, about 1,5 kilometers from Banjar junction, 10 kilometers from the famous tourist resort Lovina or 24 kilometers from the closest city Singaraja. It is supposed to be able to cure disease, so it is flown to a cute swimming pool. Surrounded by unique village nature near a Buddhist Temple.