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China's Ministry of Land and Resources has recently released the top 25 spa destinations in China, all of which are endowed with unparalleled high quality hot springs and tantalizing spa environments to provide visitors with a unique and simply stunning experience.

NO.25 Sinan County, Guizhou Province 贵州思南

Yingwuxi Spa Resort in Sinan, Guizhou []

Sinan County is located in western Tongren Prefecture of Guizhou Province, 375 kilometers from the provincial capital city of Guiyang. The county, rich in geothermal resources, boasts 11 hot spring sites in Yingwuxi Town, Xinglong Township, Sandaoshui Township and Tianqiao Township, which produce 12,000 tons of spring water per day. The water is rich in various minerals and ranges in temperature from 40°C to 58°C. There are presently four spa resorts under development: Yingwuxi Spa Resort, Luowantuo Spa Resort, Xinglong Spa Resort and Tianqiao Spa Resort. AS well as enjoying a relaxing spa experience there, you can also marvel at the gorgeous views of both the Sinan Stone Forest and Wujiang River.
NO.24 Hefei City, Anhui Province 安徽合肥

Chaohu Bantang Imperial Spa Resort []

Hefei, the capital city of Anhui Province, is more than just the S&T base and hometown of the much-praised Northern Song Dynasty (960–1127) official Bao Zheng. The city is also famous for its superior mountain spa resorts such as the Chaohu Bantang Spa Resort, Lujiang Tangchi Spa Resort and Chaohu Fragrant Hot Spring Resort. Feidong County and Binhu District have also been found to be rich in geothermal resources.
Lying at the foot of Tangshan Mountain, six kilometers northeast of Chaohu City, Bantang Spa Resort is a Mecca for those seeking therapeutic baths, vacations and relaxation. A hot spring and a cold spring mix here, creating a unique spa experience. With an average temperature of around 55℃, the clear and transparent spring water contains more than 30 minerals which have been shown to have a beneficial effect on health.
NO.23 Lianjiang County, Fujian Province 福建连江

Gui'an Spa Resort in Lianjiang County, Fujian Province []

Located northeast of Fuzhou, the capital city of Fujian Province, Lianjiang County is abundant in geothermal resources, and its hot springs are mainly scattered in Gui'an Village of Pandu Township and Daiyun Village of Aojiang Town. Records show that Lianjiang began to utilize the hot spring resources as early as 1057. The Gui'an Spa Resort in Gui'an Village, 28 kilometers from Fuzhou, is famous for its healing spring water, which is rich in beneficial minerals and ranges in temperature from 63℃ to 92℃. Lying by the Aojiang River, the resort area consists of a superb golf course, a hot-spring swimming base, a spa center and a forest park.
NO.22 Gu'an County, Hebei Province 河北固安

Located in Langfang City of Hebei Province, Gu'an County is known as the "First City South of Beijing", only 50 kilometers away from Beijing's Tian'anmen Square. Gu'an is said to have the best development potential of any geothermal-rich field in North China. The core hot spring area lies in Niutuo Town, with its clear, yellowish thermal water (50℃- 88℃) rich in fluorine and metasilicic acid. The geothermal reservation totals 7.6 billion cubic meters.
The county boasts many spa holiday villages and resorts, the most famous of which is the Huayu Spa Resort at Niutuo Town. The resort boasts two hot-spring swimming pools and about 90 indoor and outdoor spa pools with different therapeutic effects. The beautiful landscape and unique spa culture have attracted many tourists who love simply lying back and luxuriating in the year-round warm water while sipping tea made with the slightly-sweet spring water.
NO.21 Bazhou City, Hebei Province 河北霸州

Bazhou Mingtang Spa Resort in Bazhou City, Hebei Province []

Located in Langfang City, Hebei Province, Bazhou City is 80 kilometers south of Beijing. The geothermal field in the city covers an area of about 500 square kilometers with a soda-type underground water reservation of 22 billion cubic meters. The Mingtang Spa Resort is the most famous of its type, with the water temperature at the outlet reaching up to 60℃. The resort boasts 108 hot-spring pools, offering bathing, swimming, flower spa, mud spa, herbal spa, and massage services. With a total investment of U.S. $ 1.5 billion, the local government has launched the development of a 28-square-kilometer international spa park.

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NO.20 Yongtai County, Fujian Province 福建永泰

Qingyunshan Imperial Spa Hotel in Yongtai County, Fujian Province []

Located 62 kilometers southwest of Fuzhou, the capital city of Fujian Province, Yongtai County is a famous tourist destination in the province, dubbed "The Back Garden of Fuzhou". The county, lying on the circum-Pacific volcanic belt, is endowed with abundant geothermal resources formed during the Mesozoic Era. It has 12 natural spring sites, six of which have been developed. The water temperature ranges from 27℃ to 76℃. The most famous spa hotels and resorts include the Qingyunshan Imperial Spa Hotel and Center at Datang Village of Chengfeng Town, Mile Zhili Spa Resort and Yinghuaquan International Spa Club at Jiulao Village, Geling Town, and Lefeng Chibi Spa Resort at Chibi Village, Geling Town.
NO.19 Enping City, Guangdong Province 广东恩平

Didu Spa Resort in Enping City, Guangdong Province []

Located in southwest Jiangmen City, Guangdong Province, Enping City is 180 kilometers from Guangzhou, the capital city of Guangdong Province. Enping is the first and only city in China to possess a Geotherm National Geopark. The Geopark covers 80 square kilometers of land in Naji, Liangxi and Datian towns, as approved by the Ministry of Land and Resources. Enping was the first such site to be named "home to hot springs" in China in 2003, and is rich in geothermal resources.
There are four main spa resorts, including Jinshan Spa Resort, Dingdu Spa Resort, Jinjiang Spa Resort and Wenquan Hot Spring Wonderland. With a temperature ranging from 70℃ to 80℃, the transparent and soothing spring water contains various beneficial minerals including metasillicio acid and fluorine. Didu Spa Resort in Liangxi Town includes a spring-dotted hill surrounded by verdant mountains. At the foot of the hill, there are more than 30 flowing springs with water temperatures reaching up to 73℃.With a total of more than 80 various-shaped spa pools, the resort was rated as the first national AAAAA spa tourist attraction by China Mining Association in 2010.
NO.18 Yangjiang City, Guangdong Province 广东阳江

Yangjiang Spa Resort in Yangjiang City, Guangdong Province []

Located in the southwestern coastal area of Guangdong Province, Yangjiang City provides fabulous opportunities for luxuriating in the spa while enjoying the fantastic sea views. More than 20 natural hot springs have been found in the city, and five salt springs have been discovered along the coastal areas.
The most famous spa resorts include the Salt Spa Resort in Yangxi County, Chundu Spa Resort in Yangchun City and Yangjiang Spa Resort in Yangdong County. The sodium chloride-rich mineral water at the Salt Spa Resort in Yangxi County helps heal such conditions as chronic rheumatism, arthritis and neuritis.
During their stay at Yangjiang Spa Resort, tourists will find a paradise for therapy and recreation: a large-scale outdoor spa health center with complete amenities supplemented by a five star hotel, along with the only international standard golf course in western Guangdong.
NO.17 Yingcheng City, Hubei Province 湖北应城

Tangchi Hot Spring Resort in Yingcheng City, Hubei Province []

Located in western Xiaogan City, Hubei Province, Yingcheng City is famous for its three treasures: hot springs, gypsum and halite. Its geothermal resources are concentrated in Tangchi Town, 22 kilometers west of the city proper, with the Tangchi Hot Spring Resort being the most famous. The resort boasts high quality, beneficial mineral-rich spring water with a temperature as high as 67℃.
Dubbed "The no.1 Hot Spring in Asia", it houses 108 functional, differently-shaped pools, which are scattered throughout an incredibly beautiful natural environment, offering spa lovers a truly incomparable experience. Tourists can just lay back and recover from fatigue in the spa pools while drinking warm tea, or enjoy the professional massage and healing therapy. Fish therapy is also available here and it's quite an experience to have tiny fish gently nibble away the dead skin from your feet.
NO.16 Tangshan, Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province 江苏南京汤山

Tangshan Easpring Resort in Tangshan, Nanjing City,
Jiangsu Province []

Located 28 kilometers east of the Zhongshan Gate of Nanjing, the capital city of Jiangsu Province, the ancient Tangshan Town is one of the most famous spa destinations in China. The town is truly a natural ecological park with great views of green forests, beautiful waters, bubbling hot springs and colorful travertine sinters.
In the Liang Dynasty (502-557), one of the Southern Dynasties (420-589), Tangshan Town's hot springs were once designated for imperial use only. The town boasts many renowned spa resorts, villas and hotels, including the Nanjing Tangshan Easpring Resort, Nanjing East Lake Laguna Island Spa Resort, Tangshan No.1 Hot Spring Sanatorium, Jiang Kai-shek's Hot Spring Villa, and Tangshan Sheng Quan Hot spring Hotel.
The most popular resort is Tangshan Easpring Resort, where tourists can satisfy their desire to both get for close to nature and relax by soaking in any of the nearly 50 pools, all of which have different styles and functions. These include: health preservation enhanced by Chinese herbal medicines, beautifying therapy, waterfall spa, marble spa, and spa with fragrant flowers. Visitors can also experience unique u foreign spas, such as Turkish style spa, and Bali Island style spa.

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NO.15 Qionghai City, Hainan Province 海南琼海

Guantang Spa Resort in Qionghai City, Hainan Province []

Located 86 kilometers south of Haikou, the capital city of Hainan Province, Qionghai City is a wonderland for holidaymakers, with its gorgeous tropical scenery, fantastic sea views, fresh air and agreeable climate. To date, four natural spring sites have been found at the lower reaches of the Wanquan River and Jiuqu River, including Guantang Hot Spring Area, Jiuqujiang Hot Spring Area, and Lanshan Hot Spring Area.
There are currently two well-known developed spa resorts: one is in Boao, the water town which lies east of the city, and the other in Guantang Town, which is located eight kilometers from the city proper. With average temperatures of between 70℃ and 90℃, the healing water is a must for spa enthusiasts. In autumn and winter, the water's surface is enveloped in dreamlike vapor and mist, evoking the atmosphere of classical Chinese paintings.
NO.14 Lianyungang City, Jiangsu Province 江苏连云港

Donghai Spa Resort in Lianyungang City, Jiangsu Province []

Located at the northeastern tip of Jiangsu Province, Lianyungang is a port city replete with tourist attractions. Apart from the marvelous views of the vast Yellow Sea and the legendary Huaguo Mountain made famous by China's Monkey King, the city is also famous for its hot springs which are mainly concentrated in Donghai County.
The hot springs in Donghai County, which is also known as the hometown of pure crystal, is widely called "The Finest Hot Spring in Eastern China". A superior spa resort has already been developed there, right at the foot of Yushan Mountain. The resort boasts odorless, clear water which contains calcium, potassium, sodium and other trace elements beneficial for beautification, curing skin diseases, and improving physical fitness. It's no wonder that the resort has attracted numerous tourists and renowned domestic and foreign athletes.
NO.13 Shiqian County, Guizhou Province 贵州石阡

Shiqian Spa Resort in Shiqian County, Guizhou Province []

Located in northeast Guizhou Province, Shiqian County is rich in low- to-medium-temperature geothermal resources. It has a total of 19 natural hot spring sites that can be developed for drinking, medical, and tourism purposes. Tourists are spoilt for choice in the county. They can: Experience the well-preserved local ethnic cultures, including the Gelao, the Tujia and the Dong; visit the Mandarin Duck Lake, the largest habitat of mandarin ducks in China; hike the Foding Mountain, one of the Top 10 "Non-famous Mountains" named by China National Geography magazine in 2009; and enjoy the special local Tai Tea.
However, no trip here would be complete without partaking of the spa experience in a county dubbed "The Kingdom of Hot Springs". The most famous spa resort is probably Shiqian Spa Resort, also known as Chengnan Spa Resort, which lies at the foot of Songming Mountain on the southern outskirts of the county. The steaming, heady spring water gushes out from the rock clefts at a temperature of 47.5℃, pouring into the Longchuan River 12 meters beneath. The resort, originally developed for use during the Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1911), is a paradise for spa and therapy lovers.
NO.12 Xiong County, Hebei Province 河北雄县

Baiyangdian Spa City in Xiong County, Hebei Province []

Located in the middle of Hebei Province, Xiong County is acclaimed as "The Kingdom of Geothermal Resources in North China". The county has more than 300 square kilometers of geothermal fields, accounting for 60 percent of its total land area. The high quality spring water, with a temperature ranging between 55℃ and 86℃, is rich in various minerals, all of which are beneficial for health and rejuvenation.
The Baiyangdian Spa City, which lies in the southwest of the county, is adjacent to the sparkling Baiyangdian Lake, the largest freshwater Lake on the North China Plain. It's a magnet for tourists who hope to have a superior spa experience while feasting their eyes on the beautiful scenery of the lake, which changes according to the different seasons. Other spa resorts under development include the Daqinghe Spa Tourist Area and the World Spa Expo.
NO.11 Weihai City , Shandong Province 山东威海

Tianmu Weihai Hot Spring Holiday Resort in Wendeng City, Weihai, Shandong
Province []

Located in eastern Shangdong Province, Weihai is a major seaport and one of the most livable cities in the world. The city has nine natural hot springs, accounting for more than half of Shandong's total. It's said that the spa tradition and culture began as early as the Warring States Period (475B.C.-221B.C.). Presently, there are four natural hot springs which have been developed for spa, medical and other purposes. They are: Baoquantang Hot Spring in the city proper, Wenquantang Hot Spring in Wenquan Town, Hongshui Lantang Hot Spring in Caomiaozi Town, and Qilitang Hot Spring in Wendeng City.
The most famous spa areas include Baoquantang Spa Street and Tianmu Weihai Hot Spring Holiday Resort in Wendeng City. There are more than ten bathing centers located on both sides of Baoquan Road. There are also several large-scale indoor swimming pools and water therapy venues, hence the name "Baoquantang Spa Street".

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NO.10 Lintong District, Xi'an City, Shaanxi Province 陕西西安临潼

Huaqing Hot Spring in Lintong District, Xi'an, Shaanxi Province []

Located in Xi'an, the capital city of Shaanxi Province, Lintong District is teeming with hot springs. Lintong, thought to be the birthplace of China's spa tradition and culture, is home to the renowned Huaqing Hot Spring, or Huaqing Palace. The resort lies some 30 kilometers east of Xi'an, with the gorgeous Li Mountain as its backdrop. The development and utilization of springs here can be traced back some 6,000 years, making it China's first spring resort.
Endowed with four natural hot springs with a constant year-round water temperature of around 44°C, the spring site was originally a winter imperial attraction favored by those emperors who established their capitals in Shaanxi during the five feudal dynasties including Zhou, Qin, Han, Sui and Tang. Huaqing Palace, the temporary palace built in 723 by the Tang Emperor Xuanzong (685-762) for himself and his beloved consort Yang Yuhuan, made the springs even more famous. The palace has also been mentioned by many famous Chinese poets and writers throughout the ages.
NO.9 Lindian County, Heilongjiang Province 黑龙江林甸

Beiguo Spa Resort in Lindian County, Heilongjiang Province.

Lindian County, known as the home of the black-necked cranes, boasts the largest geothermal field in China. It's located in the western central part of Heilongjiang Province, 275 kilometers away from the capital city of Harbin. The county's total reserve of geothermal resources stands at 181 billion cubic meters, equaling that of 44 Miyun Reservoirs in Beijing. With temperatures averaging between 40℃ and 90℃, the spring water is rich in more than 20 beneficial mineral elements.
There are a number of spa centers and facilities in the county, including the Beiguo Spa Resort, Lindian Hot Spring Sanatorium, Xiangquan Spa Center, Yangguang Spa Square, Postal Staff Training Center and Tianxing Swimming Center. Beiguo Spa Resort which covers a land area of 72,000 square meters, is the most famous. Tourists can soak in the spring water, take a shower, or swim in the pool to their heart's content. There are more than 80 pools boasting a range of different functions. Come during the winter months and savor the feeling as you adapt from the -20℃ temperatures outside to water temperatures in excess of 45℃.
NO.8 Ba'nan District, Chongqing Municipality 重庆巴南

East Hot Spring Scenic Area in Ba'nan District, Chongqing
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Ba'nan is the largest district of Chongqing Municipality, and it boasts the richest geothermal resources of all. The best known hot spring areas of Ba'nan include South Hot Springs by the Huaxi River in Nanquan Town, East Hot Springs by the Wubu River in Dongquan Town, and the Qiaokouba Hot Springs by the Jiantan River in Yudong Town. The South Hot Springs and the East Hot Springs are among the top four premier hot springs in Chongqing.
The South Hot Springs, which lie on the southeastern outskirts of Ba'nan, are well-known for their pure water (39℃-42℃) and graceful natural scenery, while the East Hot Springs are the most famous in Chongqing, renowned as a paradise on Earth. The East Hot Springs have a total of 48 spring openings, scattered in magically beautiful surroundings which feature historical temples and pavilions. It's right here that you can enjoy a special and rare spa and sauna experience in a hot spring karst cave with a year-round water temperature of about 43℃. You can also try the mixed naked spa, a folk tradition handed down for more than 600 years.
NO.7 Dongli Lake Hot Spring Scenic Area, Tianjin 天津东丽湖

Dongli Lake Hot Spring Scenic Area, Tianjin []

Located northeast of Dongli District, Tianjin Municipality, 18 kilometers from the city proper, the Dongli Lake Hot Spring Resort is an important ecological area dubbed "Little Freshwater Ocean". It's one of the top eight scenic spots and one of the top seven nature reserves in Tianjin. The attraction, originally a reservoir, covers an area of 85 square kilometers, about 10 percent of which is covered by water, making it nearly 1.5 times larger than West Lake in Hangzhou. With a full array of amenities such as a spa resort, a water ski park, hotels, and other recreational facilities, the scenic spot affords tourists a pleasant and memorable stay.
NO.6 Xiaotangshan District, Beijing 北京小汤山

Xiaotangshan Longmai Hot Spring Resort in Xiaotangshan District, Beijing []

Located in Changping District, north of Beijing and 30 kilometers from the downtown area, Xiaotangshan Town is famous for its hot springs which are mainly clustered at the foot of Datang Mountain and Xiaotang Mountain. The local people began to utilize the steamy mineral water for bathing, health and therapeutic purposes early in the Southern and Northern Dynasties (420 – 589). In the Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1911), the imperial families and senior officials went there for relaxation. It's a must-visit spa destination for those who want to relax away from the stresses and strains of life and work, or heal skin diseases, arthritis and other ailments.
The most popular hot spring facilities and resorts in the town are the Xiaotangshan Longmai Hot Spring Resort, Jiuhua Spa & Resort, Yiquan Spa Club, and Xiaotangshan Wendu Water Resort. At the Xiaotangshan Longmai Hot Spring Resort, there are open-air hot spring pools surrounded by green bamboo fences, tranquil and private spa rooms, a large indoor swimming pool and luxurious spa suites fashioned after the ancient architectural style.

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NO.5 Qingyuan City, Guangdong Province 广东清远

Qingyuan Xinyinzhan Hot Spring Holiday Resort in Qingyuan City, Guangdong
Province []

Located in northwest Guangdong Province, 60 kilometers from the provincial capital city of Guangzhou, Qingyuan City is well-known among Guangdong natives for its hot springs and it is also renowned in Hong Kong and Macao SAR. Its geothermal resources are the best in Guangdong, and are only bested by Tibet and Yunnan in China. Dubbed "The Back Garden of the Pearl River Delta", Qingyuan boasts a charming natural landscape with more than 20 hot spring resorts and 8 AAAA state-level scenic spots.
Popular spa resorts include the Qingxin Mineral Hot Spring Resort, Fogang Huanghua Lake Spa Resort and Qingyuan Xinyinzhan Hot Spring Holiday Resort. The most celebrated of these is the Qingyuan Xinyinzhan Hot Spring Holiday Resort, situated Longtang Town of Qingcheng District. At the resort, winding paths lead you to different spa pools shrouded by verdant leaves. Each pool has a variety of features, including aromatherapy spa, milk spa, rice wine spa or Chinese herbal spa.
NO.4 Chenzhou City, Hunan Province 湖南郴州

Rucheng Spa Resort in Chenzhou City, Hunan Province []

Located in southeastern Hunan Province, 350 kilometers from the capital city of Changsha, Chenzhou is a city set amid mountain-covered forests. Dubbed the "South Getaway of Hunan", it is also one of the most geothermal-rich areas in Central China, with more than 40 natural hot springs scattered across its territory. The springs' annual flow volume totals around 23 million cubic meters.
Its major hot spring resorts include the Rucheng Spa Resort in Reshui Town of Rucheng County, Paradise Spa Resort on the northern outskirts of Chenzhou, Longnv Spa Resort in northwest Chenzhou, Yuelai Hot Spring in Yongxing County, and Longhai Spa Resort in Longhaiji Town of Anren County.
The most famous resort is the Rucheng Spa Resort, which boasts the largest natural hot spring in both Hunan and South China-Rucheng Hot Spring. The AAAA rated resort has 33 spa pools, a large indoor swimming pool, and 13 therapeutic centers. Tourists can also enjoy the novelty of boiling eggs in the spring water.
NO.3 Xianning City, Hubei Province 湖北咸宁

Contestants of Miss Friendship International 2009 in Xianning, Hubei Province.
The competition was held in conjunction with Xianning Hot Spring Festival from
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Xianning, a city best-known for its sweet osmanthus, Phyllostachys pubescens, tea, ramie and hot springs, is located 80 kilometers southeast of Wuhan, the capital city of Hubei Province. The local residents began to utilize the hot springs early in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).
The city has a total of seven natural hot springs: Xianning Hot Spring in the city proper, Wuhong Mountain Hot Spring in Chibi City, Langkou Hot Spring in Chongyang County, Xikengtan Hot Spring and Louxia Hot Spring in the famous Taoist Jiugong Mountain Scenic Spot of Tongshan County, Chapu Hot Spring in Tongcheng County, and Shewu Mountain Hot Spring in Jiayu County. Of the ample choice of spa resorts and hotels available to tourists, the most popular ones include the Sanjiang Forest Spa Hotel, Hanshang Xianning Spa Resort, Tongsheng Taiyi International Spa Resort, Wanhao Hot Spring Valley, and Chutian Yaochi Spa Resort.
NO.2 Xianyang City, Shaanxi Province 陕西咸阳

Xianyang Ocean Hot spring World in Xianyang City, Shaanxi Province []

Located southeast of Xi'an, the capital city of Shaanxi Province, Xianyang is a historical city and tourist Mecca thanks to its status as the first imperial capital of China during the Qin Dynasty (221-206 B.C.). If you are a spa enthusiast and foot massage lover, this is a must-go destination. In the city, which is abundant with hot springs, you will find more than 340 foot massage centers, and more than ten hot spring facilities, including swimming pools, spa resorts, and hot spring therapy centers. The most famous spa resort here is Xianyang Ocean Hot Spring World, which lies about four kilometers from the city center. It features amenities including different styles of spas, a sauna bath center, fitness and surfing facilities and a steam bath, to name a few.
NO.1 Linyi City, Shandong Province 山东临沂

Shandong Guantang Hot Spring (International) Resort in Linyi City, Shandong
Province []

Linyi City, a famous old red revolutionary base, is located southeast of Shandong Province. Rich in geothermal resources, the city boasts the following famous hot spring resorts and spa facilities: Shandong Guantang Hot Spring (International) Resort, Zhichunhu Hot Spring (International) Resort and Imperial Hot Spring in Tangtou Town, Hedong District; Songshan Easpring Resort, Victoria Spa Resort and Yangdu Hotspring Scenic Area in Yinan County; Zhisheng Tangquan Hot Spring Tourism Resort, Dongfang Ruihai International Hot Spring Hotel and Xingyun Datang Spa Scenic Area in Yishui County.
Tangtou, an ancient town built as early as 86 B.C., is famed for its spa culture and amenities. Records state that ancient emperors and historical figures including Emperor Qin Shihuang (the first Emperor of China), Confucius, and Zhuge Liang often visited Tangtou and enjoyed the spa facilities on offer here. Shandong Guantang Hot Spring (International) Resort is the most renowned of the resorts, , and is dubbed "The No.1 Outdoor Hot Spring in Eastern China". It features a sports area, therapeutic area, ecological spa center, swimming pools and recreational hall.

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AHHH nice.

I love going to spas, very soothing.

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