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A traditional Korean public bath house (jjimjilbang) is more of a communal place of relaxation which includes kiln saunas, hot tubs, massages, lounge areas, sleeping rooms and entertainment zones for the entire family. If you are looking for a place that is tranquil, then Siloam Sauna is not the place for you. It is one of the best places in town to experience the authentic Korean bath house experience, if you cannot make it to Dragon Hill Spa. Loud chatters of people talking, kids laughing and more is part of the experience of this place. Feel relaxed at any of the sauna rooms or baths as you feel the steam soak in.
Dragon Hill Spa is among the top jjimjilbangs (Korean public bath house). Following tradition, it is spread across seven floors and comprises of four zones. Choose from a charcoal kiln sauna to a pinewood one, a wooded sauna room to an ice room and a natural jade room. Take a refreshing dip in their outdoor hot spring pool or indulge in some pampering treatments at the spa area. This family-friendly facility also has segregated sections for men and women. Prices vary during night and day. Drop in any time of the day or night as it is 24/7 open throughout the year.
One of the top Korean bath houses (jjimjilbang) in town, Spa Lei is probably the only one for women. This chic spa comprises of dry and wet saunas, and follows authentic eastern European style, especially Hungarian regimes for its spa treatments. From traditional sauna to charcoal, infrared to seawater bath and sagebrush bath, you can choose to pamper yourself. Feel the stress ebb away as you indulge in massages. After a relaxing session, you can head to the snack bar to curb some hunger pangs.