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Did you know that Singapore has a hot spring where you can go and enjoy natural hot water? Our FFL Contributor Andy from Sengkang Babies, shares his experience.
By Andy Lee
The Sembawang Hot Spring (三巴旺溫泉) has free flow of hot spring water, with some swearing by it for its healing properties.
We were curious about Singapore’s natural hot spring, and decided to shower like the regular Ah Peks (Uncles).
The Sembawang Hot Spring is on the Sembawang Air Base grounds, a short walk from Gambas Avenue. It's opened from 7am to 7pm daily. For those who drive, we recommend you to park at Block 114 and take a 15min walk over to the Hot Spring. (GPS n01.43500 e103.82457)
The kids were amazed about the Hot Spring’s source. They asked questions like "Where is the hot water coming from?", "Why is the water hot?", "Where is the tap?".
Some believed that the Hot Spring can supposedly cure some ailments (we cannot substantiate this claim), but we can guarantee this Hot Spring novelty is fun!
Go ahead, soak your feet in the compound which is surrounded by a fence. It seems quite surreal to be doing this in Singapore.
Check out the video of the Hot Spring
Read and see more photos of Sembawang Hot Spring at http://sengkangbabies.com/nature/sembawang-hot-spring/
Adapted from Sengkang Babies review on The Sembawang Hot Spring on 22 Feb 2015. Republished with permission.
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