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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Lost World Hot Springs & Spa at Tambun Ipoh

The Lost World Hot Springs & Spa which opened its doors to the public on 1st Sept 2010 is the latest attraction at the Lost World of Tambun Theme Park in Ipoh, Perak. This place is good for a refreshing and invigorating open air dip among the calm and cool surroundings of scenic limestone hills.

Its features, according to a recent press release are:
  1. The water in the hot springs and the thermal water in the pool are not recycled water. This is natural water from the Kopisan River which flows freely through the pools here.
  2. Three million litres of thermal water percolate from the ground in Tambun and into the hot springs and spa daily and the hot water is maintained at 40 degree Celsius.
  3. The thermal water contained minerals such as calcium carbonate, sodium, magnesium sulphate and iron, which are good for foot and skin problems as well as arthritis.
  4. The facilities here include a new Infinity Pool, a Steam Cave, the Top of the World Jacuzzi Pool, the Geyser of Tambun, the Foot Spa and the Crystal Spa.
The entrance fee is at a special rate of RM12 per person if you visit the Hot Springs and Spa from 6pm to 10pm.

The admission ticket for the theme park is RM38 for adults and RM32 for children.

No. 1, Persiaran Lagun Sunway 1
Sunway City Ipoh
31150 Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia
Tel: + 605 542 8888
Fax : + 605 542 8899

Opening hours:
Monday – Friday 11 am – 6 pm
Saturday & Sunday 10 am – 6 pm
School & Public Holidays 10 am – 6 pm
CLOSED on every Tuesday except Malaysian school and public holidays.

Have you experienced the healing effects of a natural hot spring and do you think it works?

Scenic Sunday

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  1. wow...the fees for kids quite expensive . usually kids charge half price but this one nearly full price.

    Have saw others blog about this place, Inside looks lovely

  2. Each time I visit you blog, I am reminded of all the places I missed seeing. The hot springs sounds wonderful and your photo is just magnificent.

  3. Small Kuching, I think the entrance fees to the theme park are expensive too. As I know they have discount for Citibank Credit Card members and I have also seem Marketing people promoting season passes, perhaps at discounted price.

  4. BlossomFlowerGirl, so nice to see you again! The hot springs here do have healing properties, especially for skin disease, minor cuts, pimples, acne. It is very therapeutic to dip in the hot spring water while admiring the tranquil surroundings of limestone hills as old as time. Imagine the Flintstones era.

  5. it must be a relaxing experience and i'm sure the waters have some magical effects. I’ve heard of them, seen pictures, but never experienced one before.


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