Penatahan Hot Spring is one of tourist destinations in Tabanan regency, west part of Bali. it is about 15 minutes from Tabanan town and close to Batukaru Temple. It is set on the hill bank and the river valley just in front of it. There is a main pool located in the lowest level and just beside of river meanwhile other small pools are set on the bank. This hot water is come from the Batukaru mount and flows to the hill bank at Penatahan village, the location of Tabanan Hot Spring. Penatahan Hot Spring is one of stop point when joining our Batukaru Tour enjoyable designed with professional tour guide and safe driver. It is located in Penatahan Village, Penebel Sub district and Tabanan Regency. It is about 1,5 hour drive from Bali’s International Airport taking the simple direction to go to Tabanan Town and access to Batukaru Temple. It is strategically located beside of main road from Tabanan town to Batukaru Temple .
Tabanan Hot Water is a potential place as tourist destination in Bali due to the place is unique with original hot water located in the river bank. We can find a hotel, restaurant and small spa in this hot water that completing this area a tourist destination in Tabanan Regency. It is many visited by local and foreign tourists who want to take a bath in the hot water while enjoy the natural nature surround it. Back-grounded by the magnificent Mt. Batukaru, fresh and cool weather, beautiful natural surroundings, Yeh Panes has been an ideal place for relax and recreation. You can also doing trekking, cycling, jogging, meditation, exercising, fishing, massage are also available. Splendid place to make you feel relax and healthy.According to the history, there was a Kingdom,”Penulisan”, with the king Jaya Wikrama who was suffering from a serious skin disease. Upon the minister’s suggestion, Satya Wacana, the king taken to a traditional healer named Ki Dukuh Tangkas who gave his power by doing meditation and then, by God’s Blessing a hot spring out-poured from the ground. Ki Dukuh asked the King to take a bath until completely recovered. To express his gratefulness, the King then built a temple on that location called “We Brahma” or “Toya Anget” Temple.