Used to be named Telaga Ayer Hangat but is now called Ayer Hangat Village. This place is nothing special really but if you want to experience all the natural places in Langkawi this is one of them. The surrounding is beautiful of course but that IS Langkawi. Everywhere.
The water in the hot spring is really hot, on the verge of burning. The spring is pretty special when it comes to the water. It is salt water coming out of the spring and that is rare.
Whenever I have been there I have been basically alone so it is a nice and serene place to go to.
Open: 9 am – 6 pm. Note: you must enter the park at 5 pm the latest.
Directions: Drive towards Ayer Hangat. In the roundabout chose the exit that goes towards Kuah. The Telaga Ayer Hangat will be on your right side. If you are coming from Kuah then t is on your left side just before Ayer Hangat (and the rundabout)
Ayer Hangat is sometimes also called Air Hangat. The malaysian language can be very confusing at times when it comes to spelling. It is pronounced the same way tho.
Close to: Tanjung Rhu, Scarborough fish & chips, Gunung Raya, Mardi Agro,
Legend: The legend on Ayer Hangat hot springs.
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