The biggest attraction of the Lost World of Tambun is the Lost World of Tambun Hot Springs, offering the relaxing ending to one’s stay at the adventure park. The biggest star of the area, of course, are the natural hot springs housed within the park’s premises. The springs are elaborately designed and arranged to cater to the needs of every visitor here. While the Saphira’s Lair beckons to the younger guests, adults will find repose in the Crystal Pool or the Infinity Pool. Several of the attractions at the Lost World of Tambun Hot Springs aim at offering rejuvenative, therapeutic experiences, such as the hands-on massages at the Crystal Spa, the sauna at Steam Cave, or the reflexology treatments at the Foot Spa.
Saphira’s Lair offers children the rare opportunity to reap the benefits of the Lost World of Tambun Hot Springs. The attraction looks just as mystical as it sounds, with soft, luminous light effects creating a fantasy rainforest world. The hot spring pool is just shallow enough for children to be able to gain footing, allowing the little ones to spend quality time while their guardians unwind elsewhere. The Saphira’s Lair also features the Saphira’s Bistro, a swim up dining outlet located by the pool.
The Crystal Spa is a bubble of rejuvenation amidst the busy world of the Lost World of Tambun Hot Springs. The spa offers private massage huts that can be booked by visitors at a nominal charge. Guests can choose from a range of body therapies and head and shoulder massages, all quite expertly done by the masseuses of the Lost World. The Spa remains open from noon to 11.00 PM at night.
Unlike the other pools, the Infinity Pool is specifically designed to act as a spa. The vast pool can accommodate up to 300 visitors at the same time. Coupled by the sound of the Ipoh volcanic waterfalls that surround it, the Infinity Pool forms the perfect setting to just lay back and unwind after a long day of sightseeing.
Nestled in one corner of the Hot Springs zone, Crystal Pool is an intimate, serene oasis. The pool is fitted with crystal tiles at the bottom, and reflects the bright sunlight at day. At night, the pool surroundings are dimly illuminated by multicolored lights. For a more private experience, visitors also have the provision to reserve the pool.
The Geyser of Tambun presents one of the most beautiful sights amidst the Lost World of Tambun Hot Springs. The geyser erupts once every hour, sprawling a powerful jet of hot spring water about 40 minutes in the air. Together with the mystical lights and the natural setting that surrounds it, the geyser forms a truly resplendent view.
The Lost World’s very own sauna, the Steam Cave offers the perfect spot to rest and de-stress. The attraction is, quite literally, designed as a cave, with the hot spring waters flowing through the cavern. Visitors take a seat within its heated and steamed interiors, the high temperatures detoxifying the skin and promoting blood circulation.
The Top of the World Pool sits, quite literally, at the very top of the Lost World of Tambun Hot Springs. The jacuzzi pool is a little small in size, and shines out like a gem amidst the rocks when lit up by the night. The jacuzzi pool is fitted with powerful water jets that shoot from all sides, offering a full range of hydro therapeutic massages for the joints and muscles.
The Foot Spa targets full body-and-mind wellbeing through simulation of the feet muscles. The base of the pool is fitted with reflexology pebbles, and visitors are required to either walk across or press their feet against the pool bottom while their legs soak in the hot spring water. The spa not only cleanses the body of toxins, but also encourages the release of endorphins, leading to an instant mood upliftment.