This is a map of all the known hot springs in Taiwan (中文版：當個溫泉獵人吧), including the ones that I have not been to yet. Much of this information is out of date, and the mountains change every year, so some of the hot springs may be buried or different than they look in the pictures. You can use this information to do your own exploring. Post what you discoverer, and any missing places, on this page, and I will use the new information to update the map. Together we can keep a complete and up-to-date public record of Taiwan's wild hot springs.
: I've visited these hot springs and posted up-to-date information, photos, and a detailed map on this website. You can view them all here: www.followxiaofei.com/category/taiwan-hot-springs
---Red means that there may not be enough hot water flow to soak in a hot spring bath, or there isn't enough information to know.
---Pink hot springs have been partially commercialized.
---Green hot springs have been completely commercialized (hot spring hotels).
---Yellow hot springs are new, theoretical, or there is no information available.
-- Grey hot springs were buried, but they may come back one day.
The information on this map from my own exploration, and the Taiwan Geological Survey of Hot Spring Outcrops. Help me keep it up-to-date by commenting with photos of your hot spring adventures.