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Tagland: The Land Of Exquisite Bathhouses

Tagland: The Land Of Exquisite Bathhouses

Are you seeking solace and rejuvenation? Historically cherished as places of relaxation, purification, and socialisation, bathhouses are regaining popularity. These spaces are also used as modern sanctuaries for both physical and mental well-being. I’m sure you know by now that I care for my readers. So I’m taking you all the way to Tagland Bathhouse in Shanghai. Let’s jump into it.

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History of Chinese Bathhouses

The history of Bathhouses in China
Image: Love Budapest, 2017

In China, public bathhouses and hot springs really took off about 800 years ago. The earliest record of public bathhouses in China dates from the late Song dynasty over 3,000 years ago. Although public bathing tradition started much earlier amongst Buddhist monks. In summary, the Chinese followed Roman traditions by building bathhouses for the purpose of washing and socialising. Today, bathhouses are still used for these purposes if not more. Many bathhouses offer other services that take your experience to the next level.

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Benefits of Bathhouses

There’s nothing better than finding out that something relaxing and enjoyable is good for you! Well, let me be the bearer of good news! Soaking in hot water is really good for you. Interestingly, the feeling of closeness we receive from being submerged in warm water relates to being in the womb. Also, it improves your sleep. And who doesn’t love a good night’s rest? At night, our body temperatures naturally drop, which signals the production of melatonin (the sleeping hormone). Soaking in a warm bath will raise your body temperature, and getting out cools it down. Thus, producing melatonin and preparing you for sleep.

Warm baths get your blood moving as well. Due to the heat, circulation in the body is optimised. Furthermore, warm baths help with relaxing sore or tight muscles. Another medical benefit is that bathhouses reduce blood pressure. Reduced blood pressure prevents serious heart conditions like heart attacks and strokes. If that isn’t enough reason to visit a bathhouse, bathing burns calories. Yes, you heard that right! It makes you skinnier! Anyway, if that doesn’t convince you, I don’t know what will.

Tagland Hot Spring

Visit the Tagland in Shanghai, China

Tangland Hot Spring, although located in Shanghai, China, adopts Japan’s advanced warm bathing technology. The bathhouse focuses on water quality and hygiene while conducting extremely strict system management. Also, all hot spring pools and showers use soft water that has passed Japanese water standards. So, it’s safe to say that you can expect clean and neat baths here. This is also because all the baths are thoroughly cleaned and maintained every day using real-time monitoring of sterilisation and water quality.

Start your visit by indulging in the hot and steamy outdoor pool, surrounded by scenic rocks and plants. Additionally, several other hot pools, saunas, and showers are open and available. There’s no rush, so wander around as long as you wish. After your unwinding in the pools, join the friendly staff of Tagland in the dining hall. Here, you can order a traditional hot pot or Korean meal. Lastly, end your trip on some comfortable kickback chairs. Be sure to read some Korean manga comics if that’s your thing.

Step Into Serenity

In the bustling city of Shanghai, a hidden gem awaits you! Tagland Bathhouse is ready to receive and pamper you. All you need to do is visit them, it’s as easy as that. For more bathhouses in Shanghai, check out these 4 must-visit bathhouses. As always, thank you so much for being here, I appreciate you.

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