About Banjar Hot Springs
The locals call Banjar Hot Springs as Air Panas Banjar that are located near to Lovina Coast in North Bali. The hot water springs belong to the same district where Brahmavihara Arama Buddhist monastery is located. A prominent feature of the springs is that they are centuries old hot springs updated with the modern facilities over the course of centuries and now it is one of the favourite rejuvenating spot in Bali for locals as well as international tourists. You can arrive at the spot from the Seririt Singaraja main route by crossing a series of village routes.
Highlights: At the entrance, there is a ticket office and no vehicle will be permitted further except motorcycles. There are a lot of shops to buy souvenirs, handicrafts, batiks etc. As you proceed, you will come to see a short pathway and a bridge and further it will lead you to some steps. From that point itself, the smaller pools can be seen. The real hot water springs’ complex has four main pool sections in which the largest and the central one is the bathing pool with a restaurant above the northern side of it along with restrooms, lockers, changing rooms etc.
Around the hot water springs, there are bathing pools constructed in a tiered structure. The first tier has eight dragon spouts with a smaller pool and the large size ones or the central ones will let families enjoy a refreshing dip. The second level features the main central pool. The hot water springs are famous for providing an enjoyable and healthy retreat and tourists come in large numbers here for experiencing the quiet atmosphere up to the hill.
Opening hours: 08:00 am to 06:00 pm
Entry fee: Adult: Rp. 5,000 / Child: Rp. 3, 000
Location: Jalan Banjar, Banjar, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali 80517, Indonesia. It will need a drive of 3 hours almost from Kuta and Nusa Dua to reach the hot springs.