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A Nature Escapade: 10 Best Hotsprings in Malaysia

There’s nothing like a warm and relaxing bath after a long day on the job, isn’t it? Feel your anxieties melt away once you take a dip in a bubbly hot spring and relish in pure enjoyment.

So how about that much-awaited break you’ve been holding off? Spend some me-time at these must-visit hot spring resorts to make the most out of your time!

 

 

1. The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat, Perak

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One of the most beautiful hot springs to date, the Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat could be just what the doctor ordered. Take a breather amidst the gorgeous nature backdrop whereby multiple geothermal pools surround a majestic lake.

Prepare to feast your eyes on the spectacular limestone caves that decorate the retreat, boasting a rich 400-million year history. The resort also offers guests a stay at their 44 luxurious Garden, Water and Lake villas for the ultimate holiday experience. So if you’re looking for the perfect getaway in Ipoh, then there’s your cue!

An overnight stay at the resort will typically cost around RM1265 per person.

Address: No. 1, Persiaran Lagoon, Sunway City Ipoh, 31150 Ipoh, Perak
Operating Hours: Open 24 hours daily
Contact Number: +605-210 7777

 

 

2. Lost World Hot Springs and Spa, Perak

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The Lost World of Tambun might be best known for its thrilling water rides, but another surprise lies in the park. Yup, you guessed it, it’s none other than their natural hot tubs!

There are about 12 of these that you can find, and one particular highlight is the Geyser of Tambun. This attraction will blow your mind as it shoots up an eruption of hot water 40 feet into the sky. Tip: To make your money’s worth, come during the night to witness the pools illuminate in the most enchanting way possible.

Instead of paying a hefty charge of RM75 for an entrance ticket, book with us and save up to RM28 with our hot spring park ticket!

Address: 1, Persiaran Lagun Sunway, Sunway City, 31150 Ipoh, Perak
Operating Hours: 6 PM – 11 PM daily
Contact Number: +605-542 8888

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3. Suria Hot Spring Bentong, Pahang

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Here’s another treat waiting for you at the peak of a hill, namely Suria Hot Spring Bentong that’s located just an hour’s drive away from KL.

Drenched with mineral salts and sulphuric water is what you’ll be getting yourself into, so you might as well brand this resort every health enthusiast’s paradise. Destress and detoxify with this utterly mesmerising utopia, and you’ll be fresh as a daisy in no time.

Book a stay here and you’ll be greeted every morning with inviting waters to soothe your soul. Prices for rooms start from RM212 per night, and you can even have a private pool all to yourself in a villa. Talk about living the dream!

Address: Lot 2527, Jalan Kuala Lumpur Lama Mukim Bentong 28700 Bentong, Pahang
Operating Hours: 8 AM – 10 PM daily
Contact Number: +609-221 0200

 

 

4. Sungai Lalang Hot Spring Semenyih, Selangor

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Nestled in the quiet town of Semenyih, Sungai Lalang Hot Spring gives you two choices of bathing pools to pick from. The larger, more popular pool tends to get more attention as most people can take its heat. But if you’re looking for something hot HOT, then try experimenting the smaller, hotter spring.

One thing about this spot is that it screams convenience. They’ve got restrooms, lots of parking, and even a bunch of stalls nearby to satisfy those after-swim cravings.

A visit to this water haven will only cost you RM3, so watch as your money fears magically disappear into thin air!

Address: Jalan Sungai Lalang, 43500 Semenyih, Selangor
Operating Hours: 6 AM – 10 AM, 4.30 PM – 12 AM daily
Contact Number: +6012-682 3342

 

 

5. Hulu Tamu Hot Springs, Selangor

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Still aiming for somewhere not too far from home? Then by all means, go check out Hulu Tamu Hot Springs in Selangor! They mainly draw in tourists who happen to pass through the town of Batang Kali, and seeing as to how beautifully designed  it is, it’s no wonder people come and stay.

The water hole is flanked by a gorgeous garden with bursts of green, giving visitors a feel of paradise. Apart from the pool section that runs on hot springs, a cooler option is also available in the other half of the pool.

A small entrance fee will be charged, that is RM3 for adults and RM1 for children.

Address: Hulu Yam Bharu, Pekan Batang Kali, 44300 Batang Kali, Selangor
Operating Hours: Open 24 hours daily
Contact Number: +6013-336 1512

 

 

6. Ayer Hangat Village Langkawi, Kedah

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What’s so special about this next hot spring? Well for starters, it’s one out of three saltwater hot springs on the planet! Situated at the forever popular Langkawi Island, uncover this hot spring treasure that emanates tradition mixed with modern vibes. Here, you can enjoy a good long soak while taking in the intricate Malay designs and encircling paddy fields.

Entrance tickets to the village would cost RM10 and RM5 for adults and children, respectively.

Address: 16, Jalan Padang Matsirat, Ayer Hangat, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah
Operating Hours: 9 AM – 6 PM daily
Contact Number: +6011-1950 6460

 

 

7. Jasin Hot Springs, Malacca

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Looking for a new picnic spot to hit up with the gang? Then your search ends here. Head over to Malacca where you’ll discover a fun-filled hot spring. The attractions range from a giant inflatable water park for the little ones to alkaline-based pools jam-packed with health benefits. Fun fact: Did you know that this bathing hub was founded in the 1880s making it one of the oldest hot springs in Malaysia?

To get in, adults will pay RM6.50 while the child price is fixed at RM4.50. Whereas, the senior citizen price is set at RM5.50.

Address: Kolam Air Panas Jasin, Mukim Bemban, 77200 Jasin, Melaka
Operating Hours: 9 AM – 12 AM daily
Contact Number: +6019-652 6170

 

 

8. KSL Hot Springs Resort, Johor

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Now, we’re going further down south the Peninsular, all the way to Johor! KSL Hot Springs Resorts has their very own spa complete with three indoor hot tubs and an in-built sauna. Interestingly, they source their water from Jasin Hot Springs in Malacca, ensuring that every care goes into preserving the integrity of this miracle water.

Hotel guests get to unlock unlimited access to the hot springs when they book a stay with the resort. So what are you waiting for? Get your room at RM122 per night today!

Address: 31, Jalan Kangkar Tebrau, Taman Daya, 81100 Johor Bahru, Johor
Operating Hours: Open 24 hours daily
Contact Number: +607-288 2999

 

 

9. Kampung Panchor Hot Spring, Sarawak

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Become one with the exquisite Sarawakian rainforest when you take a trip to the Kampung Panchor Hot Spring. The hot water contains minerals that act as a cure to various skin diseases. With rooftops built to keep you sheltered, you can soak your feet in for as long as your heart desires.

The price per pax is RM5 for adults and RM1 for children under the age of 12 years old.

Address: 1305, 93050 Kuching, Sarawak
Operating Hours: 6 AM – 10 PM daily
Contact Number: +6082-878 186

 

 

10. Poring Hot Spring, Sabah

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If you ever drop by Ranau in Sabah, don’t forget to add Poring Hot Spring as your next stop. The unique element about this water-based attraction is that you get to be in control. Adjust the temperature and water flow to your liking so that you will get the best hot tub experience to date!

It will cost RM3 for adults and RM1 for children to enter the hot spring.

Address: Poring Hot Spring & Nature Reserve, 89300 Ranau, Sabah
Operating Hours: 8 AM – 3 PM daily
Contact Number: +6088-878 801

 

 

Be sure to cross off these hot tub taverns the next time you embark on a nature adventure! Want to get a feel of it in other ways? Here are some attractions that might do just the trick for you!

 

 

 

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