About Jinshan Hot Springs
Jinshan Hot Springs has a unique variety of hot spring resources, and a wealth of historical style. If you take a trip to Jinshan, in addition to the old streets or eight-smoke settlement, you can also go around the governor of San Francisco hot spring to experience the prosperity of Japanese hot springs. After that, you can taste a Japanese style meal set or have a hot tea in teahouse to warm your body up.
Jinshan and Wanli townships are located on Taiwan's scenic North Coast in Taipei County. The hot springs here were created by geologic fissuring resulting from a major earthquake on November 23, 1867. There are four types of springs in the area: seawater-fed, sulfur, carbonic acid and iron oxide. The springs were first developed in the Japanese occupation period, but the industry had fallen into decline until a renewal effort was launched about five years ago. Today the Jinshan-Wanli area attracts bathers from all around with its high-quality springs and scenic mountain and sea setting.
Bus: Kuo Kuang Bus
Tel: (02) 2498-2006 (Jinshan Station)
Bus Stops: Jiatou Station (Wanli) and Jinshan Station
Frequency/Operating Hours: Buses come every 10 to 15 minutes
Weekday service: 05:45~22:25; Weekend service: 05:55~22:25
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