In fact, it is a hot spring tourist resort. It is still a long way away from Langkawi city, about 15-20 minutes. The location is very remote and remote. It is really inconvenient without a car. Even if there is a car, it is not convenient. Especially at night, it is dark and dark. I don’t want to find a place to have dinner. There is only the sound of insects and birds. , Very scary. Of course, if you don’t stay, you can also buy a ticket to go to the hot spring bath. The weather in Malaysia is hot and those who don't want to "wet" can choose to soak their feet. Anyway, the tickets are not very expensive. Although it is called a "resort", it seems that apart from the hot spring swimming pool, there is not much entertainment and recreational activities in it. After playing for about an hour and a half, taking a bath, you can go to the "downtown" of Langkawi to eat food.
For 15 MYR, you can watch the local indigenous people's lavaa dance, give away cakes and the like, and you can also take a hot spring (free). The cheapest foot massage in the town is here, and there is a chargeable open-air jacuzzi.
The Hot Spring Village is the only hot spring village on Langkawi Island, with a three-story warm water fountain and long hand-carved murals. It’s very beautiful, and if you’re in traffic, you can drive there, it’s not too far, and sometimes there will be performances.
It is very rare to have a natural hot spring in the middle of an island, and the admission fee of 15 MYR includes a cultural program. The cultural exhibition is in the hall, local Malay dance performances are even allowed for the audience, and the hot spring area has three natural salt water hot spring pools.
The price is quite high but very particular about it. I think it’s good. The environment and service are very good. There are not many people and the grade is good.
Preston_Dominguez: 16 Jalan Air Hangat, Langkawi 07000, Malaysia
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Black Sand Beach,Durian Perangin Waterfall,Pantai Pasir Hitam,Herbwalk in Langkawi