Jasin Hot Spring
Located 20 km from Malacca city, Jasin Hot Springs is a hot spring originally established by Singaporean businessman, Tan Kim Tean. Established in 1884, it was originally functioning as a public bathing house. The hot spring sourcing from three natural alkaline hot spring wells, the initial hot spring water at 69 degree Celsius is collected before being channelled to different pools and added with water for proper temperature. The pools are named as Ashi-yu (foot bath), Ofuro (bathhouse) and Kolam Renang Mineral (open pool) as they are managed according to the Japanese onsen concept.
For more than 125 years, thousands of people have visited these hot springs every year for leisure and medicinal purposes. The compound is around 3 acres big with many swimming pools filled with 30 to 40 degrees of water from hot springs, which cater to adults and children alike. The key mineral contents within the Jasin Hot Springs are sulphur, silica, boron, calcium, fluoride and phosphorus.
Location: Kampung Air Panas, Mukim Bemban, 77200 Jasin, Melaka
Operating Hour: 24 Hours