Banjar Hot Spring (Air Panas Banjar)

Overview

Overview

Set in the hills west of Lovina, Banjar Hot Springs (Air Panas Banjar) are among Bali’s most beautiful. Dragon-head fountains feed three tiered pools that are surrounded by tropical forest and palms. Guests also have the use of lockers, changing rooms, a restaurant, and a simple spa. 
 
The Basics
There is a small charge to enter Banjar Hot Springs and another for a locker. You don’t need to join a tour to visit; it’s easy to hire a private driver for the day, or you can self-drive from nearby Lovina. However, if you’re based in south Bali, a tour that combines Banjar Hot Springs with other north and central Bali destinations, such as Lovina, Munduk, and Bedugul, makes sense.

Things to Know Before You Go
  • Banjar Hot Springs will appeal to adults and families with older kids; time in the hot water should be carefully limited for children under the age of 5.
  • The temperature of the waters is about 100°F (38°C).
  • You can bring your own swimming things, or purchase towels and swimwear at the springs.
  • Visiting Banjar Hot Springs involves climbing steps with no wheelchair access.
 
How to Get There
Banjar Hot Springs are in north Bali, a few miles southwest of Lovina, in the hills near the village of Banjar. If you’re staying in Lovina, you can drive yourself or arrange for a private driver. It can take as long as four hours to reach Banjar Hot Springs from Ngurah Rai International Airport, so if you’re touring from south Bali, it pays to hire a driver.
 
When to Get There
Banjar Hot Springs are open daily, from morning until early evening. To avoid crowds, don’t go on weekends or Indonesian public holidays. Instead, visit on a weekday morning, before the Indonesian school day ends.
 
Bali Hot Springs
Indonesia is home to more active volcanoes than any nation on earth. One benefit of all that underground activity is a wealth of hot springs, including some so scalding that bathing would be lethal. Banjar Hot Springs and the hot springs on Lake Batur, Kintamani, are Bali’s best hot springs.
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