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Fire and Water Spring

Guanzi Hill Hotspring, Baihe Town, Tainan, Taiwan
+886 6 684 0337
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Interesting place with a bit of local wildlife too!

A quick stop on our tour of Baihe. Of course the fountain is the center of attraction, but the... read more

Reviewed 10 April 2018
wukongsun
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Burnaby, Canada
Amazing, the impossible is possible

Fire and Water together in a stream? Yes, it is there. Spouting out from the same source, fire on... read more

Reviewed 6 January 2018
petersjsim
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Tawau, Malaysia
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10 Apr 2018
“Interesting place with a bit of local wildlife too!”
6 Jan 2018
“Amazing, the impossible is possible”
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Guanzi Hill Hotspring, Baihe Town, Tainan, Taiwan
Siraya National Scenic Area
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+886 6 684 0337
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Reviewed 10 April 2018

A quick stop on our tour of Baihe. Of course the fountain is the center of attraction, but the interesting flora and fauna also caught our attention.

Thank wukongsun
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Reviewed 6 January 2018

Fire and Water together in a stream? Yes, it is there. Spouting out from the same source, fire on top, spring water below. The phenomenon is right in front of my eyes, seeing is believing. This unique scenario may be the only one on earth....More

Thank petersjsim
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Reviewed 20 September 2017

IDK but the possibility that some enterprising township decided to build a spring with a natural gas line kept popping into my mind. It's rather difficult for me to validate the local legend about the spring's origin - but the township takes full advantage of...More

Thank BenjaminB625
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Reviewed 18 January 2017

The site was already there since I was little. 300 years of the history is definitely worth a visit. It's not so easy to get to, and takes time to drive up to this little attraction from the city. I would recommend the travelers to...More

1  Thank Jenny L
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Reviewed 20 November 2016

Had dropped by this place before going up to Guanzhiling mountain as to witness the flame which had been burning for 300 years which is caused by the volcanic gases reacting together. An advice.... Wear long sleeves or jeans and spray on the repellent coz...More

2  Thank jas0n_23
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Reviewed 23 May 2016

We stopped after visiting a hot spring and it was pretty amazing to see this natural feature. Only worth 10mins.

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Reviewed 12 April 2016 via mobile

Nature is fascinating: This fire has been burning for more than 300 years! It's atop a small pond but the flames are hot enough that you can feel the heat from several feet away. There are some food stalls (including an apiary) nearby, making it...More

Thank Sploreton
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Reviewed 2 April 2015

We dropped by this place while on our way to have a go at a muddy hot spring. It seems this phenomena has been in existence for the past 300 years. Incredibly unique to see flames on water. Worth a visit.

5  Thank GAN L
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Reviewed 5 January 2015

The drive to get here is arguably more exciting than the attraction itself. I was maybe expecting too much, but the small flames over a small pool where a bit of a disappointment to me. The area is quite beautiful but its not on my...More

4  Thank I_am_de_La_Condamine
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Reviewed 29 December 2014 via mobile

The flame has supposedly been burning for the last 300 years. It is quite a trip to visit this attraction, but we are glad we did so. The water and fire sight is not common and I believe is educational. Of course, there is a...More

3  Thank fire-tower
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Nearby
Siraya National Scenic Area
The Siraya National Scenic Area extends from Jhongpu
in Chiayi on the north to Longci in Tainan on the
south; borders its neighbours with Zengwun Reservoir
and Nanhua Reservoir on the east and National Highway
3 on the west. The area covers 16 towns and villages.
It is an important base for Siraya culture. The Siraya
National Scenic Area is within easy access through
National Highway 3 and exiting at interchanges between
...More
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