San Kamphaeng Hot Springs water is at 105 degrees Celcius (ideal for cooking an egg) and lost its heat in contact with the air. In the busiest part, there are several long pools where you can sit to soak your feet. The water temperature there is between 40 and 50 ° C depending on the location. Behind, there is a pool for children where they can fully bathe and further you will fond the 2 geysers (no access) and in front of them, the basins with small hooks to suspend your basket with eggs to cook them. If that's not enough to feed you, there is a restaurant near the mineral bath pool and some stalls selling roast chicken, Thai salads ...
But what remains the best place when you come here is the mineral bath pool (entrance fee is very cheap, see below) where you can fully bathe and even swim a bit. There are also two small massage parlors (THB 200 per hour or THB 120 for 30 minutes). Note that there many people come here on weekends. Many Thai people like to come here with their family.
Mineral pool admission fee: 50 THB
Open daily from 7am to 6pm
To come by local transport, you have to go to Warorot market in Chiang Mai and on the road that runs along the river take a yellow songthaew (collective taxi) that goes to San Kamphaeng Hot Springs (say ''nam poo ron San Kamphaeng'' to the driver to be sure). The trip lasts a little more than an hour and costs 50 THB.