Calla Young Garden Resort
The public bath on the park's eastern side has separate men's and women's indoor baths, although free admission means there can be long...
One of Chiang Kai-shek's 15 villas, Yangming Shuwu was the last and the grandest. Its valley setting makes for quite a sight, especially...
Community Service Centre
Wedged between the Starbucks and 7-Eleven on the road just before the entrance to the park itself, this eatery with a charming...
Lonely Planet review
This new hot-spring resort is tops in every way, from the outdoor co-ed pools offering varying temperatures for soaking (with amazing views of Yangmingshan to the south and Jinshan and the Taiwan Strait to the north), to the semi-enclosed sex-separated multi-temperature pools. All this makes Calla especially worth the trip, but what puts the resort over the top is its restaurant, with an excellent chef who excels at creating Japanese/Chinese/Western fusion dishes that may well be one of the culinary highlights of your Taiwan experience. Though you can come here just for a soak (or spend the night for that matter; check the website for Calla's various package deals), the best bet here is to come early evening for the meal-and-soak special (NT$800 per person, NT$900 on weekends), which entitles you to an amazing six-course meal and full bathing privileges. Calla is on the main Yangmingshan/Jinshan Rd, about 4km past the Ma Cao Hot Springs turn-off.