There are 2 Hot Springs located in Chiang Mai Province

Roong Aroon Hot Springs Spa Resort

Located 35 km. from the northern city of Chiang Mail, Roong Aroon Hot Springs
Spa Resort offers first class bungalow accommodation. Each bungalow is
individually decorated and fully air-conditioned. All units are supplied with
natural hot mineral springs for guests to enjoy and relax with privacy throughout
the day. The resort itself is spread over 40 acres of exotic rock garden. There are
two restaurants offering Thai and Chinese Cuisines.

Phone  (053) 939128, (053) 939138, 01-7642350, 01-8830337
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Sankampaeng Hot Springs

Sankampaeng Hot Springs is an ideal destination for those interested in health
and well-being. A natural spring emitting water with high sulphur content, the
spring is said to cure ailments and rejuvenate the body. The water has a
temperature in excess of 100 degrees centigrade and the area is so active that
there is ongoing research into how to tap the springs as a potential energy
resource. A trip to the springs is often combined with a trip to Sankampaeng
Handicraft Village and Borsang Umbrella and Thai Handicraft Village.
Details: The springs are open daily and there is no admission fee. For those
interested in a lengthier look around, it is possible to book accommodation
through the Sankamphaeng Hot Spring Co-operative Village (01-510-0418). Huts
with mineral baths have been constructed; there is a restaurant, a camping area
and good places for picnics.  
How to get there: To get to the springs you first need to go to Sankamphaeng
district and then travel another 12 kilometers to the springs. As with many other
destinations, a number of tours to the springs are available from the city.  Given
the distance involved, and the number of sites available en route, a tour bus
might be the best approach.
To get there by “songtaew” from Sankampaeng town costs about 200 baht, but it
is a long ride and you probably wouldn’t be very comfortable.

The drive to the small weaving village of Sankampaeng passes a large number of
handicraft shops and the famous umbrella village of Bo Sang. Some three
kilometres beyond the village, is a pleasant forty-acre park containing hot
springs. The park has been well landscaped and in the cool season the flowers are
in bloom.

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