|Sanbangsan Mountain Tansan Hot Springs (제주산방산 탄산온천)|
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|Sanbangsan Mountain Hot Springs is a rare carbon hot spring, and the first public hot spring in Jeju, situated in the center of three islands (Marado, Gapodo, and Hyeongjedo) and five mountains (Hallasan, Sanbangsan, Gunsan, Songaksan, and Dansan). In May 2004, it was designated a site for protection as a hot springs source (Jeju Notice No. 2004-12). Gumyeongsu, a hot springs public bath, opened on the site, spanning 11,111 square meters, housed in a 3,300-square-meter building with an estimated 1,000-person capacity. Sanggoji is the on-site restaurant, and means "rainbow" in the local dialect. Carbon hot springs are known to have health benefits for the heart, as carbonic acid gas is absorbed in the skin, stimulating capillary vessels and expanding blood vessels. This enhances blood circulation, lowering blood pressure and reducing the burden on the heart.|
|March 5, 2005|
|N/A (Open all year round)|
|[Indoor hot springs] 06:00-24:00
[Jjimjilbang, Korean sauna] 24 hours
[Open-air bath (Swimming pool)] 11:00-23:00
|500 space available|
|Sauna, Jjimjilbang, Open-air bath, Guestroom, Restaurant, Sleeping room, Resting area, Swimming pool, Guest house, Massage room, Cafe, etc.|
|Facility Utilization Fees|
|Open-air bath: 3,000 won
Jjimjilbang: 1,000 won
Swimming suite rental: 2,000 won
|From Seogwipo Intercity Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus to
the Western Coast Line bound for Seogwi, Daejeong, Gosan.
Get off at Deoksu Elementary School Bus Stop (24 bus stops).
From the bus stop, the venue is a 7-minute walk to the left of the stop.
Or, take Bus 37 or 500 at Jeju International Airport and get off at Deoksu-ri Bus Stop.
Walk for 678 m to reach the venue.