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Introduction

Governor - General Hot Spring is located around old Jinshan beach and functions as a reception center in Japanese - occupied period,
so the title of our hot spring is named accordingly.

By visiting Governor - General Hot Spring, one can view eight picturesque spots including “Sunrise on Turtle Island”,
“Moonlight shimmers on Shuiwei Bay”,
“Fog hovers over Mt. Bamboo”,
and so forth.

One can also get to know the traditionally coastal fishery like Taiwanese Beach Seine and Torch Light Net.

History

The Governor-General Hot Spring

The old name of The Governor-General Hot Spring is “New Tower”,
which was under construction from May of the thirteenth year of Shouwa (1938) to September of the fourteenth year of Shouwa (1939).

Then, it took Taipei Taiwan Yen 30000 and had ever been quite grand after the completion.

After Taiwan reclaims sovereignty, New Tower was designated as a coastal defense fort.

While army were quartered here, they also blocked the source of hot spring.

New Tower also gradually became ramshackle after the retreat of army;
however, the hot spring of New Tower was endowed with the new spiritwith the establishment of The Governor-General Hot Spring in 2000.

Hot Spring Water Quality

Our hot spring water is rare as it originates from the depths of the ocean and uniquely contains sulfur and minerals from the Datun volcano.

Thanks to the wonderful location that is in close proximity to the coast,
our hot spring acquires clean deep-sea water from the time of its formation,
which is the reason why our hot spring tastes a little bit salty.

The salt contained in our hot spring can purify and brighten bathers' skin and has an astringent effect on them,
and the bather will definitely feel unprecedented relaxation.

Tour Package

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SPA Facilities

Restaurant

The Ocean View Restaurant Hours of Operation: Monday though Friday: 11:30-14:15 / 17:00-20:00 / Afternoon Tea: 14:00—17:00 Saturday though Sunday: 11:30-20:00 / Afternoon Tea: 14:00—17:00

Located on the second floor of the main building, the dining area is decorated in a Chateau style and provides a variety of cuisines based on local fresh seafood; diners can also enjoy our fine selection of drinks. Undoubtedly, our restaurant is the best place to appreciate the high quality seafood from the northern coast of Taiwan and an excellent spot to relish a leisure afternoon tea.

Gourmet Food High Calcium Healthy And Energy-Boosting Meal Chef's Special Hot Pot À La Carte Afternoon Tea Beverage And Frozen Dessert

Transportation

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 No.196, Minsheng Rd., Jinshan Township, New Taipei City 208

Transportation Information

From Xin Dian

People traveling from Xin Dian and East and South Districts of Taipei city should take the Zhong Shan Highway (National Highway No.1) to the Hsichih Interchange in Hsichih and then take the National Highway No.2 towards Keelung. One should get off the Highway at Wan Li interchange and then connect to the Hai An (Coast) Road at Da Wu Lun (Provincial Highway No.2). After passing wan Li, One will arrive Jinshan.

It only takes 40 minutes for the whole journey, which is awonderful opportunity to appreciate the beautiful mountain and sea landscape along the way.

From Taipei to Shihlin

One can start from Yang De Boulevard (Provincial Highway No. 2A). After passing Yangmingshan and Matsao, one will arriveJinshan. It should takes about 50 minutes for the whole journey.

From Danshuei

One should take the Teng-hui Boulevard (Provincial Highway No. 2) and then take the North Coast Highway. After passing Sanzhi and Shimen, one will arrive Jinshan. It's a fifty minutes drive from Danshui to Jinshan.

Bus timetable- from Taipei to Jinshan

  • Driving Route
  • Buses depart from the northern stop of KUO-KUANG MOTOR TRANSPORTATION COMPANY Ltd
  • Zhongxiao Fuxing
  • Zhongxiao Dunhua
  • Taipei City Hall Bus Transferring Station
  • Keelung (Chang Gung)
  • Da Wu Lun
  • Wan Li
  • Green bay of Howard Hotel
  • Yehliu
  • Jinshan Station (Jinshan Post Office)
Taipei - Jinshan Operating Hour : 5:40 a.m. - 10:40 p.m. The bus comes every twenty minutes
Jinshan - Taipei Operating Hour : 6:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. The bus comes every twenty minutes
During rush hour, the Kuo-Kuang Bus comes every fifteen minutes.
  • Driving route
  • Building of National Health Insurance
  • Chung Shan North Road
  • Chung Cheng Road
  • Fulin Road
  • Yang De Boulevard
  • Yangjin Highway
  • Jinshan Station
Taipei - Jinshan Operating Hour : 6:20 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. The bus comes every hour
Jinshan - Taipei Operating Hour : 6:20 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. The bus comes every hour
  • Driving Route
  • Keelung
  • Da Wu Lun
  • Wan Li
  • Yehliu
  • Jinshan Station
  • downtown Jinshan
Keelung - Jinshan Operating Hour : 5:50 a.m. - 10:50 p.m. The bus comes every ten minutes
Jinshan - Keelug Operating Hour : 5:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. The bus comes every ten minutes
During rush hour, the Kuo-Kuang Bus comes every five minutes.
  • Driving route
  • Opposite Danshuei MRT Station
  • Sanzhi
  • Shimen
  • Jinshan Station
Danshuei - Jinshan Operating Hour : 5:40 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. The bus comes every forty minutes
Jinshan - Danshuei Operating Hour : 5:40 a.m. - 9:05 p.m. The bus comes every fifty minutes
During rush hour, the Kuo-Kuang Bus comes every thirty minutes.

Contact Us

The Governor-General Hot Spring

No.196, Minsheng Rd., Jinshan Township, New Taipei City 208

Business Hours:

The hot spring department
Mon.-Fri. 09:00-24:00
Sat.-Sun. 08:30-24:00
*Official holiday hours will be announced only by Personnel Administration
The food and beverage department
Mon.-Fri. 11:30-14:15 / 17:00-20:00
Afternoon Tea 14:00—17:00
Sat.-Sun. 11:30-20:00
Afternoon Tea 14:00—17:00

Tel: +886-2-24082628

Fax: +886-2-24082629
       +886-2-24081196

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