Felda Residence Hot Springs at Perak Malaysia

Nestled in the foothills of the Titiwangsa Range is a sprawling property amidst an oil palm estate. Felda Residence Hot Springs is one of the most popular escapades for both tourists and locals, famous for hot water springs and therapeutic treatment. The resort is not too far away from Sungai Klah Village.

We started from the Weil hotel in the afternoon post lunch and reached Felda resort in one and half hours. The weather was warm and humid. We were greeted by the marketing team of Felda resort near the check-in counter and were escorted to the restaurant for some quick refreshments. During the refreshments, we had a brief session about the property. Then one of the representative’s from the marketing team showed us around the resort.

Here are some of the major tourist attraction offered by the resort. This is a perfect weekend getaway from Perak and Ipoh.

1. Hot Water Spring Pool:

There were 6 different pools with varying temperature across the park. The one below was at 100 degrees celsius. There was an another large pool where people go out for a therapeutic bath. But it was so hot that day that none of us had the courage to take a dip in the pool. It made me wonder, how were kids able to enjoy playing in the pool when it was such a hot day.

The Hot Water Spring pool has therapeutic properties and is considered to cure illnesses like Asthma, kidney stones and skin diseases.




2. Private Hot Spring Jacuzzi:

If you need some privacy then you can also rent out a room with a private jacuzzi and beat the weekend crowd.

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3. Therapeutic park & natural hot springs boardwalk:

There is a pebbled reflexology walkway around the park where people walk on naked feet which ensure that pressure is applied to the feet at specific areas which help in healing and relaxation.



4. Egg Boiling Station:

There was also an egg station where you could boil eggs in the hot spring water. Raw eggs can be bought from the nearby kiosk and the kiosk owner advises the tourists about the time they need to boil the eggs for based on what they want like half boiled and full boiled. This was quite popular among the kids.



5. Mountain Water Pool:

There was another pool with cold water and slides for kids to play around. This pool was more crowded, unlike the other Hot Spring Pool. People spent time by chilling in the water and getting relief from the sweltering heat.


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Felda Hot Spring Residence:

Accommodation Type: Villa ( with 1/2/3 bedroom) and Deluxe Room

Packages Offered: Honeymoon package, spa package, family package, team building package. You can check the resort website for more details on pricing and availability.

Other Activities offered by the resort are:

  • Traditional massage
  • Sungkai River rafting adventure
  • Trekking
  • Team building Activities
  • Visit Orang Asli village
  • Camping
  • Free entry to Felda Hot Spring Sauna Park

Felda Hot Spring Park:

The park is open for public.


Phone: +605 438 8801/438 8803
Visit website


How to Reach:

By Road
At the Sungkai Toll Exit and turn left at the junction. Just 1km down, turn left and follow the signs. The park is just after the Sungai Klah FELDA village, Perak.


The Tales of a Traveler was a guest of Felda Residence as part of the Fam Trip organized by Malaysia Tourism.



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  1. very well written. Have been to KL only. thanks for sharing

    1. The Tales of a Traveler

      Thank you so much … we visited Malaysia twice this year but could get out of the airport as we had connecting flights … let see when KL calls us back 😉

  2. The place looks like so much fun! And the egg boiling station looks so cool!

    1. The Tales of a Traveler

      Yes its a fun place to hang out with kids, friends and family but when weather is good … or esle Malaysian hot weather and hot spring is a deadly combination 😉

  3. Wow! what a blog. thetalesofatraveler i like your way to design a post, beautiful…

    1. The Tales of a Traveler

      Thank you so much Faiz … have recently changed the design not sure how many days we would sticking to this theme … as its a very heavy theme and takes a lot of time to load page 🙁

  4. Very well documented. Such innovative ways to use the hot springs along the lines of a tourist destination. Tourist authorities in India should learn from these initiatives.

    1. The Tales of a Traveler

      Thank you so much 🙂 … I have been to two hot springs in India – Manikaran in Kullu which is a shiva temple and yumthang valley both are very touristy 🙂

  5. Superb shot, would love to visit these places

  6. Hi Writer,
    I’m glad that you included the Hot Spring Perak into your blogging list. Most of the people miss on this wonderful place during their trip to Malaysia. Whenever I visit Malaysia, I always take some time out to visit this amazing wonder for a rejuvenating trip. Thank you for the stunning pictures and wow description! It took me to the place just by reading it.

  7. Herlina Miur Zabidin

    Can I get information for package of 4 D 3 N of 30 pax? Supposedly activity such as team building…

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