Nestled among hills in Perak is this six-acre hot spring park that's ideal for a day trip or a short family getaway
If you're heading to Ipoh, you could even stop by for a couple of hours as an additional fun activity on your itinerary.
Sungai Klah Hot Spring Park offers multiple pools for every family member to enjoy
Some of the pools are mixed with cooler water so you can go for a dip comfortably, while others are shallower in depth with water slides, a man-made waterfall, and a playground for children.
Soothe your tired feet at the reflexology section where you can walk barefoot along a hot stream of water covered in stones. Or dipping your legs in the hot spring pools can also be pretty therapeutic.
Across the park are pools with temperatures that vary between 50°C and 110°C.
For the ones that are boiling hot, baskets are provided for you to cook eggs in.
And yes, you can eat them right after!
If you prefer to swim with just your family or friends, you can book chalets for the night with private jacuzzis
There's a cafeteria where you can get food and drinks, food stalls, shower and toilet facilities, a souvenir shop, and meeting halls available for team retreats or larger groups.
Admission ticket prices are as follows:
Adults – RM15/pax
Children under 12 years old – RM12/pax
Senior citizens – RM8/pax
Disabled persons – RM5/pax
8am - 6pm (Mondays to Thursdays)
8am - 10pm (Fridays)
8am - 6pm (Saturdays/Sundays/Public Holidays)
To find out more or to book an accommodation, look up Felda Residence Hot Springs or Sungai Klah Hot Spring Park on Google. Or visit this Facebook page.
Situated just 30 minutes away from Ipoh city is this waterfall and hot spring pool recreational park: