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Pedas Hot Spring Water Park, Negeri Sembilan: Address, Phone Number, Pedas Hot Spring Water Park Reviews: 3/5

Pedas Hot Spring Water Park

Pedas Hot Spring Water Park
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Rita
Selangor, Malaysia9 contributions
Good
Oct 2019 • Friends
Therw is our first time in there. There is a good place. We can relax in there and release our tension.
Written 15 February 2020
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李智优
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia49,600 contributions
Hot Springs in Water Park
Oct 2018 • Family
The hot springs is located in Pedas Linggi. Reasonable charge for a wet world & an ideal place to hangout with family members on a day trip. Water is too hot to dip in
Written 27 October 2018
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jamesyeow
Sungai Buloh, Malaysia51 contributions
Hot dip
May 2018 • Friends
Place looks quite run down. People were swimming with their shirts and pants. It was very crowded everywhere except for hot spring pool because of the extremely hot temperature.
Written 6 May 2018
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bayutasik1
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia1 contribution
dirty, dirty, dirty and very dirty
May 2015 • Friends
Went to Pedas Hot Spring Water Park last Sunday to enjoy the hot spring and the place was horrid. The pool is filled with brown dirty water. The changing room and toilet is also badly maintained with urine and faeces smell. We paid Rm12.70 to get in and there was a sign saying astro circle got 10% discount. I told the cashier that I am astro member and can give her my astro a/c nbr or copy of my astro bill online but she insisted on the hardcopy. What world is she in that people still carry hardcopies with them. Please improve if you are collecting entrance fee as this is a shameful place to visit and spoilt the image of Negri 9.
Written 25 May 2015
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roseline m
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia361 contributions
Boiling hot
Nov 2013 • Family
We brought the kids one evening there from Seremban. It took us 40 minutes to reach. It was dark and the park was closed. We paid RM 6 each to enter the pools.
There are two pools, one luke warm, and shallow pool just nice for the kids. Another main big pool is 4 feet deep, with boiling hot spring water. Some landscape was built to create a relaxing and comfortable ambiance.
Kids were enjoying themselves. But the main pool is just too hot we could not even stand staying in it for more than 5 minutes. Most of the visitors were just soaking their feet.
Written 13 December 2013
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Ani_Razale
Seremban, Malaysia6 contributions
Great family trip to Pedas Hot Water Springs
My daughter Iklil turned 3 two weeks ago, and my husband and I wanted to do something special with her grandparents. I suggested a BBQ dinner at mom-in-law's home, which we did on a Saturday night.

But my brother-in-law suggested a picnic cum day at the Pedas Hot Springs the day after. And we had a blast!

The place is small compared to Sg Klah Hot Water Springs in Sungkai, Perak but it works. It has 2 pools for the hot water springs, and 2 for the cooler refreshing water.

I enjoyed the kiddie's pool the most because it has a playground with 3 slides for the kids to get on. It's fun because kids slide into the water, which is just knee-deep for adults. The kids have such fun - and while we wait for them to get tired of it, we stay cool in the water!

Adults and kids also can enjoy the spiral slides - there're 2 of them. 1 requires the floater (errr, 'float' that 2 adults can sit on) and the other is the kind where you should lie back. Adults can sit with their kids and slide down together. I'm sorry, I don't know the right term to describe it :-P.

My dad-in-law enjoyed the shallow hot springs pool with the reflexology path. I did lie in the water up to my chin - it felt good! Even my 1-yr-old son was brought into the water by his dad.. tough kid!

No food and drinks allowed, as can be understood. Walking around is a breeze, coz the park is small. And the fee is RM10 for adults, RM8 for kids over a certain height. The smaller kids enter free.

The park is accessible 1/2 hr - 45 mins from Seremban old-road to the south (to Rembau, Pedas). I hope that makes sense...

Have a fun time in Negeri Sembilan, and try to enjoy the Pedas Hot Water Springs...!

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Ani Razale
Written 27 July 2008
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