Sembawang Hot Spring, Singapore

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#7 of 9 in Nature in Singapore
A quirky natural site, Sembawang Hot Spring represents the only hot spring of the main island. Situated in an unassuming environment (on an air base in the suburbs, with plenty of concrete around), the warm water of the spring is naturally heated, although the source is unknown. This isn't a particularly touristy spot, with local families the main visitors to the attraction. Bring some dry noodles and an egg and add the hot water for a delicious snack during your trip, or bring a bucket to fill and dip your feet. Be advised: there are no restrooms at the site, so plan accordingly. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Sembawang Hot Spring and many more Singapore attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Singapore trip itinerary planning app .
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  • July 18, 2017
    The Sembawang Hot Spring, located at Gambas Avenue between Woodlands Avenue 12 and Sembawang Road, is the one and only natural hot spring in Singapore! Unknown territory indeed! A must place to explor...  more »
  • May 24, 2017
    Singapore has got two hot springs and the Sembawang Hot Spring is Singapore's only natural hot spring in the mainland that members of the public can visit; the other located in Pulau Tekong which is o...  more »
  • May 18, 2017
    From Yishun MRT station along the base of the army traveled on foot, 30 minutes or more. Left is hot, but hot anyway. Cool, locals take to the bucket I was wiping the body and legs to. Secluded Glade as seen from the outside and wash tricked like that. Is not where you will multiply the time trouble may come in tourism from Japan, but I think if you live in the local lexicon try to visit even better?!
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  • September 2, 2017
    Sembawang/ Gambas Hot Spring The one and only hot spring in Singapore. Mostly extract elderly. Water here really hot. Last update Sep2017
  • August 6, 2017
    You expect to see a natural spring with water flowing freely but once you reach there, the water is extracted using taps. You're supposed to fill the water in the buckets available and sit in the seating areas. The water is naturally very hot and you can smell Sulphur. I was disappointed because i thought there would be a stream flowing, only to find the natueally heated water coming through taps
  • August 24, 2017
    A hidden gem in Singapore, not known by many. A very good place for relaxing over the weekends. A few points to take note, - No parking spot, just a small space for drop/ pick off. Nearest parking area will be the blocks around Chong Pang. Walking distance is 15- 20mins from there. - Pails and chairs can be found there. - Place is opened from 7am to 7pm.
  • July 16, 2017
    Open area with many hot spring taps for public to use freely. You can soak your feet and even cook eggs.
  • June 25, 2017
    Free admission, relax, natural unlimited hot spring water flowing out from tap. Just bring a tower or few egg to cook. ^-^

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