- Opening hours: 10:30 AM - 7:30 PM
- Admission Fee: Free
- To get there: Take Highway No.4 and take a turn to Highway 4005. Go east for about one kilometer until reaching Raksawarin Public Park. It’s located about two kilometers from the city center.
Hot Springs and Raksawarin Public Park
This natural hot springs have been a popular tourist spot ever since King Rama V visited Ranong in 1890. There are three hot springs in the same area and it’s all hot at 65 degree Celsius. It’s the only hot spring in Thailand that are the purest as there is no sulphur contaminated at all which allow visitors can drink the water at the hot spring directly. There are bathing facilities offers service for visitors as well as hot spring spa that is so refreshing. Furthermore, there is free foot onsen on the hot spring site which is next to by Raksawarin Public Park.