Besides the sea, Nha Trang also has a special resource is that mud and hot mineral water, is considered good for the human health.
What is a mud bath?
Mud bath is soaking in a bath containing mineral mud. Mineral mud is a natural mud formed from the change of geology, mineral mud derived from plants such as trees, flowers, grass buried or from land created mineral mud.
Mineral mud includes ingredients: organic, inorganic, carbon-containing substances and easy to absorb water. It can treat a number of diseases such as chronic arthritis, tuberculosis, insomnia, sciatica, stress, psoriasis. Besides that, mud bath therapy also adjusts endocrine disorders, makes beautiful skin and smooth, youthful and toned.
Process of mud bath
After changing clothes, guests will be instructed to clean the body with hot water, followed by a main stage with a mud bath. Lying in pools of mud, apply on the face, bouncing up and body hair. Soaking in the mud about 15 minutes, visitors will be directed sunbathe to mineral absorbed by the skin. Then rinse through water clean mud and soak in the hot mineral water pool, waterfall, pool or it’s up to the guest. To achieve high efficiency mud bath, do not shower with cold water, and especially the shower with soap will wash away layers of mud minerals remaining on the skin, reducing the effectiveness of mud. In people with acute heart failure, while soaking the body can cause up reactions such as fatigue, stress, insomnia, dizziness. It should be noted temperature, bath time a different person. After each soaking the whole body should dry and rest 10-20 minutes.
Where can you mud bath in Nha Trang?
There are three famous places most of tourist and local people often come and enjoy a service.
Thap Ba hot mineral springs center
The first mud bath service in Nha Trang is the Thap Ba hot springs. There are the following services: separate mud bath, Tien Sa mud bath, mud bath collective, Tien Sa mineral soaks, VIP spa, sauna and massage, waterfall, pool, hydrotherapy thermae. Ticket price from 120 thousand to 1 200 thousand Vietnam dong depending on service. You should remember to bring a towel, clothes to change. You can rent a towel, bathing suit here, but not clean.
Eggs Mud Bath
From the center of the city of Nha Trang about 8 km, leaning back in the mountainside, Eggs mud bath impresses guests by mineral bath egg-shaped stretches from the bottom to the hillside. From on top looking down, both egg forest interwoven with banana garden, papaya, coconut … looks very strange and beautiful. Each bathtub is about 2m high, 1.8m in diameter, may be three people shower. Mud on high tank was put into the pump system. When guests mud is pumped into the tank, ensuring the temperature maintained at 38 – 40 degrees Celsius. Guests soak in the bathtub for about 20 minutes or maybe longer, then stepped out of the tub and onto sunbath area to minerals absorbed into the skin. And finally rinse water in the water spraying.
Without a mud bath, guests can choose spa services also herbal soak in a warm bathtub of mineral water mixed herbs. Underneath region herbal mud bath and spa is a public swimming pool. Another area is the sauna area and mud. Each area men and women separate have two saunas, dry and wet, each room can accommodate 15-20 people at once.
I-Resort hot mineral springs
Located in Vinh Ngoc commune, from the city center 5km, I-resort Resort Nha Trang open early 2012 is a combination of rest and hot spring bath with beautiful architecture. The atmosphere is very cool by covering green trees and surrounded by towering mountains, quiet and majestic. The mud bath area consists of 40 lakes, a soaking hot mineral pool, a swimming pool and four hot waterfalls for visitors. In addition, there has mud baths VIP area with four separate bungalows. There are the following services: family area with a mud bath, mud bath area – outdoor mineral, spa, pool, restaurant. Guests can choose for themselves the types of services mud bath ranging from common to advanced. There is also spa services, health care by means of a combination of traditional medicine and Western medicine.
By Le Thuc