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Didu Hot Springs - Liangxi Town of EnPing City - Guangdong, Prov. [Copy link] 中文

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Didu Hot Springs - Liangxi town of EnPing city - Guangdong, Prov.

Didu Hot Springs has always been my most favourite spot in China for enjoyment and relaxation. Surrounded by 100% mountanous forest with no commercialism. A great treasure to behold. I actually lost count of the number of hot springs available.
Didu hot springs are famous for green plants and the charm of mountains and water and solitude. The area covers about 200 square kilometers, and the garden plot takes up half of the district. It’s the largest garden style springs in the world. The springs are different in temperature, shape, and size, so visitors can choose whatever they favors. What’s more, they can enjoy themselves in a variety of activities besides taking a bath. It providers entertainment, relaxation, gymnastic, sightseeing and drinking tea, and you can have a taste of local delicacies as well.

Didu hot spring pools covers the piece of 3200 square meters. The pools are designed into the shapes of twelve animals representing the twelve Earthly Branches. Hot water runs down from a thirty-meter-high hill at 9 different steps pouring water onto people bodies. Several other pools exist from large to very small with an intimate atmoshere.

Located in Liangxi town of EnPing city, Didu hot springs is 20 kilometers away from EnCheng town, and more than 160 kilometers form GuangZhou. The Didu hot springs vacation village has an advantage of natural hot spring water. According to the experts’ investigation, the quality , temperature and quantity of water here is better than most of the springs in our country. The temperature of water it spurts is over 80℃ on average all the years. The number of outdoors spurts is as many as 300 and they pour out over 2000 stere. In addition, The water contains 48 kinds of mineral elements.
It's long in summer and warm in winter in Guangdong province. Because Guangdong lies in the low latitude area and faces the South China Sea, it's tropical and subtropical climates. The average temperature of spring is about 20°C; summer is 28°C; autumn is 25°C; winter is 12°C. There are many typhoons in summer and autumn. Every April and September is the rainy seasons, with an annual average rainfall of 1500-2000mm. Specially, spring and autumn are the best seasons for traveling.

Travel to DiDu Hotsprings:
Take a bus from Fangcun village or Enping City bus stop. 20 minutes travel time maximum. You will then find yourself in pristine forest wonderland lacking commercial developement.

I have attached several photos for your appreciation.

Aerial View of Didu Hot Springs
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Post time 2011-12-11 04:44:37 |Display all floors
Enjoy Didu Hotsprings. Have a pleasant, relaxing time.
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Steaming hot springs. Early morning.
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Post time 2011-12-23 23:28:23 |Display all floors
Downtown En Ping City, Guangdong Prov.
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Post time 2014-6-3 20:22:28 |Display all floors
Wow, thanks canada-man, I must make it a point to go there fr my next break.

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