Banyuwedang Hot Spring BALI
Banyuwedang Hot Water sourced from the hot springs which emerge at the beach. This hot water is under water at high tide. Is the largest hot springs, buildings made of concrete security in the form of a circle that serves as a dike, so that when the tide is not the hot water mixes with sea water. This hot water containing sulfur with an average temperature of 40 degrees centigrade.
Due to the relatively high sulfur content, hot water is believed to be widespread even get to the island of Java, because hot water can cure several diseases especially skin diseases. No wonder that many people who came here with hopes the disease can be cured. Coast where there are hot springs are covered with mangroves that prevent coastal erosion. It could be argued Bayuwedang beach is free from abrasion.The existence of the bay and some white sand around it add tourism asset around this Bishopscourt. Banyuwedang Hot Water District is located in the Village Pejarakan Gerokgak 60 km from the city of Singaraja, lane boundary area of the West Bali National Park. To the south of the highway to Hot Water Banyuwedang including National Parks, while in the north is the area of Batu Ampar consisting of calcareous soil. Batu Ampar this region by region Buleleng level II has been planned as a new tourist area, given the potential for greater appeal, such as the Marine Park around Pulau Menjangan.The road to the hot water from the highway department Banyuwedang-Gilimanuk Singaraja has hardened, as well as parking facilities have been constructed. In the hot springs which ditanggul built a building with several closed bathroom. In Hot Water Bishopscourt area there are also some toilet facilities constructed by the West Bali National Park, and some shelter. High number of tourists visiting the archipelago compared to foreign nationals. Visitors who come mostly for the purpose of treatment. Visitors who came mostly from the island of Java from Banyuwangi Region.
Truly a hot spring located in the middle Banyuwedang mangroves on the beach. The surrounding area is relatively barren soil because the soil consists of limestone and the absence of a river that makes the source of water for the surrounding greenery. Therefore a lot of growing plants are plants that do not require much water, as it is known in Bali as a tree "bekeul" or "bangyang". Presence of sulfur containing hot water that is located on the beach supported by sparsely populated areas so as to create an atmosphere calm, causing the Regional Government of the Province of Bali will develop this area as a Tourism Zone for Health, or commonly called "Health Tourism"