This hot spring is in Kedari whereis the northwestern part of Malaysia, about one and half hour from Penang Georgetown over the Penang Bridge.
Suddenly you could find the modern resort hot spring facility in tremendous rural village town.
There used to be good hot spring facilities, but in recent years it seems that new buildings and hot water pools have been added.When I tried to enter the pool of the new extension near the entrance, the employee advised me to enter the pool in the back because it is lukewarm here.
On the other side, there is a large source tank of about 15m pool. Hot water in the latter half of the 40 degrees is springing up from the bottom. It seems that this hot water is once put in another storage tank, cooled, and then poured into a bath or pool for bathing.The main bath is divided into halves, and the left side of the main bath has a large amount of hot springs added so it is very hot. The right side is a lukewarm water with a small source so you can try two type of degree water.
However, the left side bath has a hot water temperature of 45 degrees or higher.It was so hot that it was too hot to take a bath. So I thoroughly enjoyed the bathtub on the left side.
There is a feeling of slipping on the skin. There are guesthouses in the surrounding area, and WiFi is available. Weekend use from the Penang area.Feeling that it is likely to be used for school excursions, various training, training camps, etc
There are altogether 8 pools await you ranging from pools for adults. Special pools for ladies also provided.
For travellers’ purposes, there are essentially two facets to Kedah: the tropical island of Langkawi and its surrounding islets, and the rural, little-visited mainland, known as Malaysia’s ‘rice bowl’.
Langkawi is the stuff of tourist brochures that don’t skimp on descriptions such as ‘sun-kissed’ and ‘paradise’. The good news is that the beaches generally live up to the hype, but it’s also an island destination that continues to maintain its Malay roots. If, like most, Langkawi is the only destination on your itinerary, you can rest assured that you’ll still get the chance to experience both facets.
・ADULT RM 6.00
・CHILDREN RM 3.00
・GOVERNMENT PENSIONERS,DISABLED, SENIOR CITIZENS ( > 60 Years Old ) RM 4.00
・ADULT RM 10.00
・CHILDREN RM 6.00
24 Hours A Day – 7 Days a Week – 365 Days A Yea
Kampung Keda Ulu Legong, 09100 Baling, Kedah, Malaysia