Espa Yeh Panes Remains a Favorite Tourist Attraction

Espa Yeh Panes Remains a Favorite Tourist Attraction

Do you still remember the Yeh Panes Recreation Park or Espa Yeh Panes Natural Hot Springs Spa & Resort? Located on Jalan Raya Batukaru, precisely at Penatahan village, Penebel, this tourist attraction so far still becomes a favorite destination. Foreign and domestic tourists as well as local people make this attraction their place to relax.

Do you still remember the Yeh Panes Recreation Park or Espa Yeh Panes Natural Hot Springs Spa & Resort? Located on Jalan Raya Batukaru, precisely at Penatahan village, Penebel, this tourist attraction so far still becomes a favorite destination. Foreign and domestic tourists as well as local people make this attraction their place to relax.

It is about 40 km west of Denpasar and about 20 km from Tabanan town. This object has a beautiful and cool atmosphere. Hot water as the main attraction causes this place to be visited by many guests. Therefore, visitors often take advantage of this object to beg for healing. “Many visitors come to bathe here. It happens because the water can help heal skin itching,” said a local merchant.

Indeed, the area spreading across ​​about two hectares has large trees and small trees, so as to create a peaceful atmosphere. In the past, the hot spring was used as bathing place by local community but poorly maintained. After it was inaugurated as Yeh Panes Recreational Park on January 26, 1993 by the Governor of Bali, Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Oka, this area is better organized.

After the ESPA Yeh Panes area is well arranged, it respectively has a large outdoor swimming pool with fresh and hot water equipped with eight rooms for warm water. Besides, this attraction is equipped with spa treatment, jogging tracks, restaurant and accommodation. Hot spring is opened every day starting at 08:00 through 17:00.

On usual days, the number of tourist visits only reaches 10 to 20 people. However, this number will increase on weekends that can reach 30 to 80 people. Then, on holidays like Galungan and Kuningan, Christmas and New Year and other school holidays, visitors will be booming. “On New Year 2018 holiday, the tourist visit was dominated by local people. As a result, we lacked of parking area,” said the parking attendant. (BTN/arya)

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