Lost World Hot Springs and Spa Ipoh Malaysia!

During our recent visit to Ipoh Malaysia, we visited the Lost World Hot Springs and Spa – located next to the Lost World of Tambun theme park!

 Lost World of Tambun Ipoh - Entrance to Theme Park
Lost World of Tambun Ipoh – Entrance to Theme Park

 Lost World Hot Springs and Spa is actually beside the theme park with its own entrance
Lost World Hot Springs and Spa is actually beside the theme park with its own entrance

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Entrance to Lost World Hot Springs and Spa

Lost World Hot Springs and Spa opens from 6pm to 11pm daily (after the theme park closes) and costs 20RM. Alternatively, you can pay for the Lost World of Tambun theme park entry at 45RM and stay from 11am to 6pm for the theme park. Using the same ticket, you can take a walk over to Lost World Hot Springs and Spa. 45RM for both attractions :)


What to do at Lost World of Tambun Hot Springs and Spa

 Map of Lost World Hot Springs and Spa
Map of Lost World Hot Springs and Spa

According to the Map, the attractions are as follows

1. Entrance

 Ticketing counter to Lost World Hot Springs and Spa
Ticketing counter to Lost World Hot Springs and Spa

 Spa packages available at the ticketing booth - you must purchase packages here before you head to Crystal Spa
Spa packages available at the ticketing booth – you must purchase packages here before you head to Crystal Spa

 Dragon at the Entrance of Lost World Hot Springs and Spa
Dragon at the Entrance of Lost World Hot Springs and Spa

2. Saphira’s Bistro / 3. Infinity Pool / 4. Lost World Steam Cave / 5. The Geyser of Tambun

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Entrance to Infinity Pool

If you take a look at the picture above, to the left, you’ll see Saphira’s Bistro (notice the Milo dispenser). Right in the middle, you’ll see the Geyser of Tambun and entrance to the Lost World Steam Cave. Of course right in the fore ground, it is the entrance to the Infinity Pool!

 Minerals Benefit - Why you should visit Lost World Hot Springs and Spa
Minerals Benefit – Why you should visit Lost World Hot Springs and Spa

6. Top of the World Pool

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Entrance to Top of the World Pool

 Top of the World Pool @ 43 degrees celsius
Top of the World Pool @ 43 degrees celsius – Ouch!

7. Foot Spa

 Foot Spa Lost World Hot Springs and Spa
Foot Spa Lost World Hot Springs and Spa

 Benefits of Foot Spa
Benefits of Foot Spa

8. Crystal Pool

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Crystal Pool right opposite Crystal Spa

9. Crystal Spa

 Entrance to Crystal Spa Lost World Hot Springs and Spa
Entrance to Crystal Spa Lost World Hot Springs and Spa

For 180RM, we had 60 minutes of Aromatherapy Massage as well as 60 minutes of Hot Springs Aromatic Facial. Pure bliss!

10. Saphira’s Lair

Saphira's Lair at 37degrees
Saphira’s Lair at 37degrees – Nice place to Chill out at night

 Saphira's Baby Pool
Saphira’s Baby Pool – Allow the rushing waters to “massage” your shoulders!

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Lost World Hot Springs and Spa
Lost World Hot Springs and Spa

All in all, we thoroughly enjoyed the Lost World Hot Springs and Spa. For us, the entrance to the Hot Springs and massage at Crystal Spa was sufficient. By the way, if you purchase any spa package, entrance would be free. Something that we only realised later :(

Also, for an easy access to the hot springs, you may also choose to stay at the Lost World Hotel, next to the Lost World Hot Springs and Spa.

Do tell us your experience at Lost World Hot Springs and Spa or if you have visited Lost World of Tambun, do tell us about it as well!

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