Located in the rustic Mieu Village of the Hoa Binh Province, you will find the Kim Boi Hot Springs resort district. Only 70 km from Hanoi (a two-hour drive) and 30 km from Hoa Binh, it’s an easy day trip for city-goers and tourists to relax and experience the healing of the Kim Boi waters.
Surrounded by mountains and forest, you will be able to forget your worries and aches, and just be comforted by the warm waters and nature.
Of the Vietnamese hot springs, the Kim Boi waters have the lowest temperature at approximately 95° F. The clear flowing waters are full of minerals including calcium, lithium, and radium which are great for rheumatism, stomach issues, and high blood pressure. Additionally, many people drink the bottled mineral waters to help their digestive issues.
Where To Stay
For tourists, there are a plethora of hotels in the Kim Boi resort area that range in price to fit most budgets. The massive resort system has conference rooms, swimming pools, spas, and cultural programs. The water of the mineral spring pools is replaced daily to keep it clean and fresh. The morning is the best time to swim with fewer people around.
The Serena Resort Kim Boi is a great option for a luxurious spa visit. With incredible views of the rice fields, river, and mountains, you will not find a more restful location. Using the northwestern Vietnam tradition, its natural materials such as the thatched roof, wood, stone, and bamboo help to create a cultural experience for tourists as well.
This hotel has many options for soaking including Japanese-style onsen, romantic baths for two, or group areas for friends. Furthermore, the Serena Kim Boi has a myriad of overnight accommodations.
If eating is on your list of cultural events, you can enjoy the wonderful local cuisine made from pork, chicken, and buffalo with sides of vegetables and rice grown in the surrounding forests.
Mai Chau Valley and Lac Village: Located in a scenic valley with rustic beauty and rice fields, the Luc Village is home to the Thai Trang people. While in the village, you will see women selling their expertly woven textiles as well as traditional stilt-houses that date back 700 years. A great place for biking and hiking, you will fall in love with the warmth and sincerity of this community.
Thung Nai: This romantic location is popular due to its beautiful landscapes and history. The Windmill is a perfect place to relax, stay and eat. Local cuisine such as grilled Muong pork and grilled Da River fish goes well with the local straw wine. Sit outside by the fire with your love and enjoy the night.
Address: Hạ Bì, Kim Bôi District, Hoa Binh, Vietnam
Phone: +84 97 360 84 68