Natural hot springs are a common occurrence in Peninsular Malaysia. This phenomenon occurs when water that seeps into the Earth is heated by magma; molten rock located beneath the surface of the Earth.The Earth’s pressure then causes the water to again rise above the surface, forming a natural hot spring.
Some of the hot springs sites in Malaysia have become tourist destinations with fringe attractions and facilities such as souvenir shops, hotels and restaurants to accommodate visitors fascinated by this natural wonder. The restaurants on site are equipped with changing rooms for traveling visitors.
A splashing and exciting getaway, the FELDA Residence Hot Springs is nestled in the serene and lush forest patches, surrounded by hills and clear cold mountain streams and rivers. All 6.5 hectares enjoy the scenic view of well-tended oil palm plantation and durian orchard amidst a haven of tranquility.
Its unique concept of a specially designed free flowing Hot Springs Swimming Pool and Therapeutic Park at the foothill of the Titiwangsa Range 200 feet above sea level is indeed creatively engineered to attract visitors who appreciate the wonders of nature.
The water flowing from the hot springs has several therapeutic healing effects. Since ancient times hot springs have been claimed to have positive effects on ailments such as:
* Stiff joints and stress related ailments
* Derma related complaints
* Respiratory concerns
* Spinal injuries and fractures
FELDA Residence Hot Springs
Tel: +605 438 8801/03
Fax: +605 438 8805
PLANTATION RESORTS SDN BHD
No. 2, Jalan Maktab 6, Anjung Felda
54000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: +603 2697 9772
Fax: +603 2694 5104
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FELDA TRAVEL SDN BHD
Ground Floor (CITI) Jalan Maktab 6
Off Jalan Perumahan Gurney
54200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: +603 2698 3833
Fax: +603 2698 7133
Sunday, May 30, 2010
Posted by DIN GTF at 8:33 PM
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