Jasin Hot Springs (Taman Rekreasi Air Panas Jasin) is a hot spring located in Bemban, 20 km from Malacca City. The hot spring was originally established by businessman Tan Kim Tean from Singapore on 8 May 1884 as a public bathing house.Sourcing from three natural alkaline hot spring wells, the initial hot spring water at 69 degree Celsius is collected before being channeled to different pools and added with water for the proper temperatures.
Pools are categorized as yellow, orange and red areas with different temperatures ranging from 34ºC to 49°C. This hot springs are managed according to the Japanese onsen concept. Therefore, the pools are named such as Ashi-yu (foot bath), 1884 Ofuro (bath house), Kaburi-yu, Utase and Kolam Renang Mineral (open pool). Two children play pools with proper temperature are also available. But, don’t expect for the genuine Japanese-styled onsen experience, as it is just the pools name are taken from Japan.
You can bring outside food but be responsible to keep clean. A RM1 discount is given to all returning customers who could show a used ticket. Open from 3 p.m. to Midnight on Monday / 9 a.m. to Midnight on Tuesday to Thursday / 9 a.m. to 2 a.m. on Friday to Sunday.
- Hot springs pool
- Inflatable water park for children
- Hot bath
- Prayer room
- Changing rooms
- Hot springs pool
- Open family pool (artificial waterfall, water slide, sprinkler water)
- Inflatable water park for children (paddle boat, water ball etc)
- Open space for picnic
- Rental BBQ site
FEE & ADMISSION
- Attire: No restriction but please use decent clothes (ex: t-shirt, shorts)
- Parking: Free
- Admission (Updated on 1 April 2015) :
- Adult – RM6.50
- Children (according to height) – RM3.50
- Senior Citizen – RM5.50
- Disabled – RM3.50
- Rental BBQ site: RM100
- Inflatable water park: From RM5
- RM1 discount if you bring old ticket (not applicable for Senior and Disabled ticket)
- For more updates, refer their website.
Photo credit to Jasin Hot Springs.
From NORTH / SOUTH by E2 PLUS expressway, take EXIT 231 Air Keroh Plaza. After the plaza toll, follow the Air Keroh to Melaka road, turn left to Route M12 route at MITC junction and then heads to Bemban. Turn left at the T-junction at M109 route. Driving time is around 20 minutes from Air Keroh Interchange and about 40 minutes from Malacca City.
From KL take express bus to Ayer Keroh. From there, take a taxi to the hot spring. It will take about 15 minutes for the 14 km journey.
Jasin Hot Spring