Qingquan Hot Springs

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  • Address:No.254-1, Qingquan, Wufeng Township, Hsinchu County 311, Taiwan (R.O.C.) View on Map
Qingquan Hot Springs is located at Hsinchu County's Wufeng Township, No. 254-1. It's located at an Atayal and Saisiyat settlement. Developed in 1913, it was used by the Japanese police during the Japanese occupation. It was also known as "Inoue Onsen" back then, and is connected by a suspension bridge for ease of travel and exchange. After a connecting roads were built, the suspension ridge became a place for tourists to relax at. It is now one of Hsinchu's Eight Scenic Spots. Qingquan Hot Spring's waters are clear and odorless, with a temperature of 48 degrees. Its PH level is around 7.7, and it is a weakly alkaline carbonated spring. Not only can the water be used for bathing, but it can be drunk as well.It had once dried up in the past, but reappeared after the 921 earthquake. Currently, iron gates protect the springhead. The springs feature family pools, spa pools, mountain spring pools, open-air pools, and simple spa facilities. The family pools are made out of stone, while the open-air pools are designed to be semi-outdoors, with built-in marble and artificial waterfalls. The area contains two suspension bridges, trails, and waterfalls. The bridges can be used to reach the aboriginal tribes in the mountains, one reaching Qingquan Hot Springs, and another to Dalu Forest Road. 


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