Top 25 spa destinations in China

By Zhang Junmian
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With the winter freeze well and truly upon us, why not melt the ice away by luxuriating in a steaming spa? China, with its more than 2,300 hot springs, is a haven for spa lovers in search of a blissful, relaxing spa to transport them away from the stresses and strains of the everyday, freezing winter world.

China's Ministry of Land and Resources has recently released the top 25 spa destinations in China, all of which are endowed with unparalleled high quality hot springs and tantalizing spa environments to provide visitors with a unique and simply stunning experience.

Check out the top 25 spa destinations in China to get a new perspective on winter:

   Sinan County, Guizhou Province  贵州思南

 

Sinan County, Huizhou Province, one of the 'Top 25 spa destinations in China' by China.org.cn.

Yingwuxi Spa Resort in Sinan, Guizhou [163gz.com]

Sinan County is located in western Tongren Prefecture of Guizhou Province, 375 kilometers from the provincial capital city of Guiyang. The county, rich in geothermal resources, boasts 11 hot spring sites in Yingwuxi Town, Xinglong Township, Sandaoshui Township and Tianqiao Township, which produce 12,000 tons of spring water per day. The water is rich in various minerals and ranges in temperature from 40°C to 58°C. There are presently four spa resorts under development: Yingwuxi Spa Resort, Luowantuo Spa Resort, Xinglong Spa Resort and Tianqiao Spa Resort. AS well as enjoying a relaxing spa experience there, you can also marvel at the gorgeous views of both the Sinan Stone Forest and Wujiang River.

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