It's a small hot spring located inside an apartment complex (how unique!). In the olden days, this place was very popular, especially in the 1970s and 1980s (ask your parents, they know). However, it is pretty much unknown now, after being swallowed by a newly built apartment complex (but people can still enter to enjoy the hot spring-lah).
P.s: The suburb "Ayer Panas" was even named after it!
⏰ Opening Hours: 7am-7pm daily
📍 Address: 81, Jalan Air Panas, Taman Ayer Panas, 53200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Sg. Lalang Hot Spring is a public hot spring. Many people bring their own 🧴toiletries to shower here. There are two hot spring pools here: a bigger pool and a smaller one. One of them is slightly warmer than the other. The parking lot can only accommodate around 15 cars at a time. Remember to scan the MySejahtera code and make your payment before entering the parking lot!
⏰ Opening Hours: 6am–10am, 4:30pm–10pm daily
📍 Address: Jalan Sungai Lalang, 43500 Semenyih, Selangor
The admission fee is very cheap, only RM1, and the parking fee is RM0.50 per entry. Surrounded by dense foliage, there are many shaded areas where people can sit. However, we have to warn you that the center part of the pond is very hot, but overall the heat is nice. The set-up here is pretty basic, and we recommend bringing your own pail for whatever water activities you want to perform.
Admission: RM1, RM0.50 (parking)
⏰ Opening Hours: 24 hours daily (night can be pretty dark)
📍 Address: Kampung Sungai Serai, 43100 Hulu Langat, Selangor
Also known as Kolam air panas Dusun Tua, this hot spring is located within the compound of a small 🕌surau in Hulu Langat. Do note that the areas for 👨men and 👩women are separated, which means that you won't be able to spend time with your spouse or elderly parent of the opposite gender. There are private stalls for you to bathe using the water from the hot spring, but you will have to carry it into the stall using a bucket (pre-prepared for you). Do donate if you can, as all funds will be used for the maintenance of this place.
Pro-Tip: Early morning is the peak hour, so coming after 10am would be good.
⏰ Opening Hours: 7am-7pm daily
📍 Address: Kampung Dusun Tua, 43100 Hulu Langat, Selangor
During weekdays, not only is this place calm, but it is also very peaceful. Plus, you can almost have the entire place to yourself! There are three hot spring pools and a cold swimming pool, making it a perfect place for recovery after a strenuous gym session or sports routine. The hot spring has an age limit of 13 years old and above, and is limited to 30 people at a time only. The hot springs come with different levels of heat for you to choose from.
Admission: RM10 (2 hours limit)
⏰ Opening Hours: 8am-10pm daily
📍 Address: Lot 2113, Hulu Tamu 44300, Selangor
Situated in a small village, this hot spring is easy to find, as the closest landmarks are the JPJ building and Kuala Kubu Bharu High Religious Secondary School. There are two pools here: a big pool with waist-level depth and a smaller pool with knee-level depth. The water temperature is lukewarm and not too hot. People usually choose to soak their feet here, as bathing can be rather inconvenient.
⏰ Opening Hours: 24 hours daily
📍 Address: 110, Jalan Arif 6, Taman Arif Utama, 44000 Kuala Kubu Baru, Selangor
A luxurious and 🤳Insta-worthy hot spring retreat nestled within lush greenery and natural limestone. This place will definitely surprise you (the price will also surprise you!😃) Besides the main pool, they also have a private hot spring pool and cold pool for each villa (no need to worry about privacy). You can even purchase a day pass to enjoy their facilities and spa services without renting a room! How cool!
Admission: MYR 350/person (inclusive of RM 150 credit choice in the form of cash vouchers)
⏰ Opening Hours: 10am to 7pm daily
🌎 Website: https://www.sunwayhotels.com/the-banjaran/offers/the-banjarans-day-pass
📍 Address: 1, Persiaran Lagoon, Sunway 3, 31150 Ipoh, Perak
One of the best-managed hot springs in Malaysia, Sungai Klah Hot Spring Park is also 👨👩👧👦family-friendly. There is a mini kids-sized waterpark here with normal-temperature water where kids can have fun. As for the 👴👵elderlies, they can soak their 🦵legs in the hot spring at the Therapeutic Park. There are also high-temperature pools where you can purchase a basket of 🥚eggs for RM5 (comes with pepper and soy sauce) and boil them in the water! (and then eat)
Admission: RM15 (adult), RM12 (children under 12 years old), RM8 (senior citizens), RM5 (Handicapped/Disabled)
⏰ Opening Hours: 8am - 6pm (Mondays to Thursdays), 8am - 10pm (Fridays), 8am - 6pm (Saturdays/Sundays/Public Holidays)
📍 Address: Jalan Sungai Klah, 35600 Sungkai, Perak
They have a couple of hot springs with water temperatures ranging from lukewarm to "LIT" hot (oh yeah!). The hot springs start at 6 pm, making it a wonderful experience soaking in a beautiful hot spring at night. As many of you know, Lost World is a huge theme park with so many attractions that you will surely be worn out by all the activities. So ending your day with a dip in the hot spring might be a great idea after all.
Admission (Night Park & Hot Springs ONLY): RM85 (Adults age 18-60 years old), RM76 (Children above age 3-12 & Senior Citizens)
⏰ Opening Hours: 6pm to 11pm daily
📍 Address: No. 1, Persiaran Lagun Sunway 1, Sunway City Perak, Ipoh, 31150 Ipoh, Perak
There are 2 big hot spring pools and 2 swimming pools for you to rejuvenate your tired body here. It is nice to visit after rain as the hot springs become foggy. Although admission is free, the toilet admission is not (need to pay around RM0.50). Overall, it’s a good place for a quick stop by to soak your feet. Plus, there are ample parking spaces here, so no worries!
⏰ Opening Hours: 2am to 11pm daily
📍 Address: Kolam Air Panas, 28700 Bentong, Pahang
So now you know where to go if you are craving some warmth. Stay tuned for part 2 of Natural Hot Springs in Malaysia for a Weekend Retreat and Recovery or even better, follow us on our Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates!