Recently redeveloped this year, Singapore’s only natural Hot Springs has reopened on the 4th of January 2020.
The Singapore Hot Spring Park located in Sembawang has been revitalised to make it more accessible to the public, creating a place for locals and tourists to visit.
We explore the Hot Spring Park in our new Brutal Asians Video!
The Hot Spring Park’s map shows the different attractions, including the differing hot spring temperature levels for you to soak your feet. They range from 50 to 70 degrees Celsius. But you can always transfer the water to make it your desired temperature in the provided buckets. Just make sure to rinse your feet before you put them straight into the hot springs.
The traditions of cooking onsen eggs under the running water still lives on. We attempted the activity using the 70-degree Celsius water. don’t forget the salt and pepper for your eggs!
There is also a new restaurant which has opened in the park, in case you don’t like eating eggs.
But to maximize your Hot Spring Park experience, you will need to arrive early, with the park open from 7am to 7pm. This is due to the amount of people flocking to the new attraction.
Utensils are limited, so you might need to bring your own if you would prefer not to wait or don’t want someone else hovering over you waiting for you to finish soaking your feet.
Surrounding the hot springs, there are also a lot of plants that you are able to learn about. For example, the different varieties of fruit that grow, but watch out for the wild monkeys!
All in all, it was a great experience and you should definitely make a trip down to Singapore Hot Spring Park. Just beware of the crowd. Do also check out our review for the best steamboat broth!