Hot Springs You Can Visit in Malaysia

12 of the Steamiest Hot Springs You Can Visit in Malaysia

As you may have known by now, Malaysia is blessed with enchanting natural wonders that are worth seeing and experiencing first-hand. One of the best examples of this, of course, is the selection of hot springs you can soak in and gain tons of natural benefits.

Picture yourself soaking in a steamy pool full of natural minerals while being surrounded by lush nature. Seems like a dream paradise doesn’t it?

Well, this dream could soon come to fruition when you check out these beautiful hot springs around Malaysia!

Sg. Lalang Hot Spring

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Address: Jalan Sungai Lalang, 43500 Semenyih, Selangor, Malaysia

Contact details: +60 12-682 3342

Operating hours: Daily from 6:00 AM to 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Entrance fee: 

  • Malaysian:
  • Adults: RM5
  • Children: RM3
  • Non-Malaysian: RM6

Sg. Lalang Hot Spring is the perfect example of the saying: “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure”. This is because the paradise it is today was once a dumping site and an illegal one at that—talk about a major glow-up!

This hot spring features two pools: one with optimal temperature and another significantly hotter one. The former is also much bigger than the latter since it can cater to a broader range of visitors.

Also, the revamped version you’ll see today is fitted with accessible and clean facilities like changing rooms, toilets and showers! If you grow hungry after a good session in the hot springs, there are also food stalls available on the premises—pretty convenient, right?

Pro tip:

  • As much as possible, we recommend driving here since there’s more than ample parking space on the premises. The parking fee is already included in the admission ticket too.
  • Since the temperatures between the two pools are far apart, we recommend starting in the intermediate pool before moving to the hottest one to avoid shocking your body.

Selayang Hot Spring

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Address: Baru Selayang, 68100 Batu Caves, Selangor, Malaysia

Contact details: +60 17-396 2478

Operating hours: Open 24 hours

Entrance fee: Free

Selayang Hot Spring is a must-visit for anyone who’s looking to experience utmost relaxation in the middle of beautiful greenery. It’s one of the most famous hot springs in the country because of its accessible location from Batu Caves and of course, its free entry.

You’ll find four different pools here, each of which features cascading temperatures from lukewarm to super hot. The best thing to do here is start from the lowest temperature and work your way up to let your body ease its way into the different heat levels of the latter pools.

Soaking here isn’t done for fun too, as these pools are believed to provide several health benefits like improved blood circulation. Also, if you’re big on skin care, this provides natural exfoliation!

Pro tip:

  • Visit this place if you’re an athlete or anyone who undergoes strenuous activity, as its minerals are believed to alleviate muscle pains.
  • If you want a more peaceful experience, we recommend visiting this hot spring on weekdays since it’s most certainly crowded during weekends and public holidays.

Hulu Tamu Hot Springs

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Address: Hulu Tamu, 44300, Selangor, Malaysia

Contact details: +60 13-336 1512

Operating hours: 

  • Friday to Sunday: 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Monday to Wednesday: 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM
  • Thursday: Closed

Entrance fee: 

  • Adults: RM3
  • Children: RM1

If you ever visit the humble town of Batang Kali (which you definitely should), we recommend stopping by Hulu Tamu Hot Springs. It’s one of the most famous attractions in town simply because of its serene atmosphere and cheap entrance fee.

As with most hot springs, this one consists of two pools, one that’s mostly tolerable by the majority and another that’s almost piping hot. What’s special about the latter, however, is that its waters are coming from the natural spring nearby.

Meanwhile, the other pool is perfect for just cooling down and enjoying the beautiful surrounding views.

Pro tip:

  • Consider visiting this hot spring when you’re looking for a quick getaway destination from Kuala Lumpur, as it’s only a 45-minute drive away from the capital.
  • You can also prepare and bring your food here to arrange a neat picnic for you and your loved ones. This can also help you save money in the process!

ēRYAbySURIA Hot Spring Bentong


Address: 2527, Jalan Kuala Lumpur Lama, Mukim, 28700 Bentong, Pahang, Malaysia

Contact details: +60 9-221 0200

Operating hours: Open 24 hours

Entrance fee: RM200+ (based on room rates)

If you’re looking for a fancier hot spring experience, then ēRYAbySURIA Hot Spring Bentong should be right up your alley! It’s only accessible by booking a room but it’s well worth it, as you’ll be treated to a premium vacation like no other.

Here, the hot springs are readily available as soon as you step outside your room—now that’s convenience at its finest! There are also two hot springs found here, the main pool is the hot spring while the other one is the tamer and cooler pool that’s perfect for wading.

The stunning hotel is also surrounded by the lush rainforest of Pahang, providing its guests with beautiful panoramic views everywhere they look.

Pro tip:

  • Check their website regularly to catch special offers that can help you save money on their rooms!
  • If you want a more private hot spring experience, you can book one of their Jacuzzi Villas, which comes with its own jacuzzi tub—perfect for honeymooners!

The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat


Address: 1, Persiaran Lagoon, Sunway 3, 31150 Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia

Contact details: +60 5-210 7777

Operating hours: Open 24 hours

Entrance fee: RM1,000 (based on room rates)

The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat is one of the best honeymoon destinations in Malaysia—and for several good reasons. For starters, it’s surrounded by stunning views of natural landscapes like lush greeneries and 400 million-year-old limestone caves—pretty awesome, right?

The hotel itself is worth highlighting as well, as it comes with all the bells and whistles of a 5-star establishment, from fancy suites to world-class facilities.

Of course, the star of the show is the titular hot springs, which in this case is made up of natural water coming from the ground. If that’s not enough to entice you, it also overlooks an enchanting lake!

Pro tip:

  • If you want to visit the hot springs without staying overnight, you can book a day pass instead. Klook even offers a discounted day pass for those looking to save more money!

Lost World Hot Springs and Spa


Address: 1, Persiaran Lagun Sunway 1, Sunway City Ipoh, 31150 Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia

Contact details: +60 5-542 8888

Operating hours: Daily from 6:00 AM to 11:00 PM

Entrance fee (inclusive of Night Park admission fee):

  • Foreigners:
  • Adults (13 years old and above): RM95
  • Children (12 years old and below): RM85
  • Senior citizens (60 years old and above): RM85 
  • Locals:
  • Adults (13 years old and above): RM80
  • Children (12 years old and below): RM70
  • Senior citizens (60 years old and above): RM70

Lost World Hot Springs and Spa is the perfect destination for vacationers, as it’s located in the middle of a theme park. The hot springs themselves are accessible 24/7, so you can either enjoy a cool night swim or a brisk morning soak—the choice is yours!

These hot springs can be found across the theme park and they come in different forms. For instance, there’s one that features a manmade waterfall while there’s another that comes in the form of a cave—hooray for variety!

Pro tip:

  • Make sure to book your tickets online to enjoy cheaper rates. This goes for both local and foreign visitors—just visit their website!
  • As much as possible, we recommend booking a ticket for the entire Lost World of Tambun. This way, you can stop by the hot springs between thrilling rides!

Kampung Panchor Hot Spring

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Address: 1305, 93050 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia

Contact details: [email protected]

Operating hours: Daily from 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM

Entrance fee: RM3

Kampung Panchor Hot Springs is the perfect nature retreat if you’ve been meaning to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. It’s located in the middle of the lush Sarawak Rainforest, so you’ll be treated to stunning views that are polar opposite from the usual buildings of the city.

What’s particularly great about these hot springs is that they’re covered, so you can soak in the warm goodness of the pools rain or shine. Also, yes, we said pools because there are rows of them here!

Furthermore, it’s admirable that they have some well-maintained facilities like changing rooms and toilets!

Pro tip:

  • Make sure to bring and apply mosquito repellent, as a tropical rainforest such as this can be home to these nasty insects.

Poring Hot Spring

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Address: 89300 Ranau, Sabah, Malaysia

Contact details: +60 14-695 8577

Operating hours: Daily from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Entrance fee: 

  • Malaysian:
  • 18 years old and above: RM10
  • 17 years old and below: RM5
  • 12 years old and below: Free
  • Non-Malaysian:
  • 18 years old and above: RM50
  • 17 years old and below: RM25

Poring Hot Spring is part of a greater nature park that’s filled with stunning sights to see and swimming pools to dive into. These pools feature pure warm water while others have sulphur in them, which is known to have antibacterial properties—perfect for exfoliation!

Aside from pools, you can also find hot tubs that offer steamier and more therapeutic experiences, which is great for aching muscles.

Something great about these tubs is that they have faucets that let the guests control both the temperature and flow of the water. It’s a neat feature that you won’t commonly see in hot springs, which is strange, as it totally makes sense to have it!

Pro tip:

  • If you want to witness more beautiful views of the surrounding area, the best way to do it is through the canopy walk. Admission to this walkway is RM5+ depending on age and nationality.

Ayer Hangat Village

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Address: 16, Jalan Padang Matsirat, Ayer Hangat, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia

Contact details: +60 11-1950 6460

Operating hours: Daily from 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM

Entrance fee: RM3

Ayer Hangat Village is the next-level hot spring experience. Here, instead of letting you access a couple of pools, you’ll be treated to an entire village that’s surrounded by lush greeneries as far as the eye can see—gorgeous!

It’s one of the oldest hot springs in the country, having been around since the late 18th century and until today, it’s one of the most famous attractions in Langkawi. It’s not hard to see why too, as its pools are massive, transparent and best of all, feature optimal temperature.

Also, a fun fact: AyerHangat Village is one of the only four natural saltwater springs that exist in the world today. 

Pro tip:

  • If you’re looking for a more private experience, you can rent one of their private jacuzzis for around RM159 to RM399 (depending on number of pax).

KSL Hot Spring Resort

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Address: 31, Jalan Kangkar Tebrau, Taman Daya, 81100 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Contact details: +60 7-288 2999

Operating hours: Daily from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Entrance fee: RM122+ (depending on room rates)

KSL Hot Spring Resort is a great option if you’re looking to match your hot spring experience with a nice and memorable staycation. This is because you can only access the steaming pools by booking a stay in this resort, which isn’t bad since the rooms here are of high quality!

There are three pools in total found in this hot spring, all of which can be accessible by anyone aged 16 years old and above. This can be a deal breaker for some, especially those travelling with kids but hey, at least there’s a massive outdoor pool where they can have some fun as well!

What’s great about visiting this hot spring is that you can access a wide array of facilities too like the sauna and fitness centre—burn those carbs away!

Pro tip:

  • If you’re planning on staying here, we recommend stopping by AEON Mall, which is one of the best malls in Johor, Malaysia.
  • You can also treat your kids to more fun by taking them to the playground found by the outdoor swimming pool.

Jasin Hotsprings/Air Panas Jasin Inflatable Waterpark


Address: Kampung, Mukim, 77200 Bemban, Malacca, Malaysia

Contact details: +60 19-652 6170

Operating hours:

  • Tuesday to Sunday: 9:00 AM to 12:00 AM
  • Monday: 3:00 PM to 12:00 AM

Entrance fee: 

  • Monday to Thursday:
  • Adults: RM7
  • Children: RM5
  • Disabled: Free
  • Friday to Sunday: 
  • Adults: RM10
  • Children: RM7
  • Disabled: Free

Jasin Hotsprings/Air Panas Jasin Inflatable Waterpark is the perfect mix of relaxation and fun. 

This is because it features both a relaxing hot spring and a fast-paced waterpark that’s filled with slides that will take you on different twists and turns. We’re going to focus on the former, however, as it’s a list about hot springs after all.

The hot springs here feature natural minerals so your body can enjoy their benefits like smoother and cleaner skin and better blood circulation. There is also a wide variety of these pools here, ranging from ladies-only pools to wells for foot soaking and more!

Pro tip:

  • If you want to save money on food, we recommend bringing your own marinated meat, as there are barbeque grills available for rent at the resort.