Harbin Hot Springs Review
The grounds overall are beautiful and very nature-oriented. Next to the temple is a large garden, a bit sparse at this time of year, but still had some vegetation. At this point it had warmed up a bit, and I took a moment to enjoy the sunshine. I was dressed because clothes are required for yoga and because it wasn’t that warm. I’m not sure why they don’t offer naked yoga at a place like this. Clothes are required for most of the indoor areas, but technically everywhere else is clothing-optional. However they seem to want to discourage nudity beyond the pool area. On their website they state that Harbin is “not a nudist organization,” and that nudity is just the norm around the pools and sundecks. For winter, nudity is definitely confined to the pool area, but I can’t speak for the warmer seasons. And people seem to like the option because I don’t recall seeing any swimsuits.