Radium Hot Springs:
Radium Hot Springs are located in Radium village of Kootenay, British Columbia, Canada. Silica, magnesium, sulphate, fluoride and small amounts of radon are found in these hot springs. These mineral help rejuvenate the human senses.
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Peninsula Hot Springs:
Peninsula Hot Springs are located in Victoria, Australia. Both tourists and Australian citizens equally rejoice in these hot springs. 20 different kinds of baths are given in these hot springs with varying temperatures. No matter which bath you choose, you will end up feeling relaxed.
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Located at a distance of 5 miles from Keszthely, Hungary, Lake Héviz has a number of hot water springs. The first spa was built in 1795, more than two centuries ago by György Festetics.
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These hot water springs are located in Colorado, USA. Tourists enjoy the exalting experience at these springs, during both winter and summer season.
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Taiwan Hot Springs:
Hot springs located in Taiwan are a lot more than a simple tourist resort. Apart from hot springs, there are a number of natural baths with a variety of hot and cold spas.
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Unlike other hot springs around the globe, Theme Vals, located in Switzerland, feature a very unique interior. The music played during spas is so enticing that tourists love to relax in these hot springs.
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Waikite Valley Thermal Pools:
These hot springs are located in New Zealand at the Te Manaroa Springs. For their refreshing and rejuvenating feel, Waikite Valley Thermal Pools are also known as ‘Living Waters’.
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Hot springs at Wiesbaden, Germany have the power to heal a person both spiritually and physically. The bathing area is open seven days a week at different timings.
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