There is a small but scenic park surrounding the hot springs, and an ominous looking round pool of scorching water that steams out of a natural basin with yellow and orange minerals.
Nearby there's also a man made pool style hot springs that pumps water from the natural springs that's maintained by Tinidee hotel and requires a 60B fee to enter. There is also a nearby spa and some good local restaurants along the road near the springs.
How to get there
Throughout Ranong there are clearly marked blue signs leading towards the hot springs. If coming from the bus station it's a right hand turn off Phet Kasem Rd and a then a short walk up the road. Maroon songthaews run consistently to the hot springs throughout the day, and these may be caught at the market on Ruangrat Rd or hailed from anywhere they pass.
Last updated on 20th July, 2012.