There are more and more hotels in the country hot spring, but it is really good here, very good, but the traffic is not convenient, the mountain road is a bit difficult, the price is a bit expensive
In the past few years, more and more hot spring hotels have opened throughout the country. They are all making a fuss about hotel facilities, equipment, and hot spring environment. However, the quality of real hot springs is relatively good, but very few.
Taishun radon spring, the element containing radon is just the amount required by the human body, the temperature is also higher, and it is a real hot spring.
However, due to the rugged mountain roads, it is recommended to go during the day.
Four of our brothers drove from Ruian Tangxia at 6 o'clock, and we arrived at the scenic spot around 8 o'clock. The mountain roads are hard to drive at night, dark and there are few cars. It is recommended to drive safely during the day. The room is deluxe standard room 438. The accommodation fee is a bit expensive, but there is a long distance from the town. If you go to town first and then come back, you will need to drive more than 100 kilometers. The hot springs are pretty good. Tickets are 138. There are many pools, spa, red wine, white wine, coffee, various tea baths, milk, and more than 20 large and small. When we were tired, there was a slate bath where we could lie down and rest. We hurried back to the pond if we had something to do at night. Overall it is worth playing.
It is very inconvenient to get there. Wenzhou used to take a bus to Yayang Town and then transfer to CMB. CMB only has two flights a day. If you can't make it to CMB, you can only find a van or tricycle to the radon spring in the mountains. There are several radon spring hotels. The facilities of the Yulongshan radon spring resort where I live are very poor and the price is expensive. It is recommended to call a car back to Yayang Town or the nearby Sixi Town to stay in the hotel after the hot spring.
Very special, the hot spring is in the Chengtian radon spring scenic area, with high-temperature radon springs, scenery of canyons and waterfalls, and folk customs of the She ethnic group.