Ulu Tamu Hot Spring

Batang Kali, Selangor

Paid campsite

Drive & camp

$

Ulu Tamu Hot Spring

What to do at Ulu Tamu hot spring?

Ulu Tamu hot spring is hotspot among the locals. Especially during night time, people come for a dip even as late as 3am. The hot spring consist of 2 pools, one is where the natural hot spring water flows out from the ground, the other one is not as hot and was meant for kids to play. The best time to dip in is during night time or early in the morning as the weather would be cooler. Hot springs are known for their health benefits and Malaysia is one of the cheapest place you can experience hot spring.

The “campsite”

This place don’t really have a proper campsite, during our visit we’ve asked the person in charge whether we can camp in the area and he allowed. There is a small ground in the right side near the shops but we find it too bright, the lights are turned on throughout the night. We’ve decided to set up our tent at the car park area instead. This place is especially “useful” for bicycle tourers looking for somewhere cheap to camp for the night. The toilets/bathroom is 24 hours open and there is unlimited tap water.

How to get there?

Ulu Tamu is easily accessible, there are proper roads connected to Ulu Tamu and the road conditions are really good. It takes only 15 minutes to go from Ulu Yam and around 45 minutes if you’re coming from Kuala Lumpur. Just follow the map provided on this page.

Campsite Information

Price per night
RM3/person

Other expenses

Walk-in
Yes

Permit required
No

Facilities
Toilet

Water resources
Tap water

Contact

Important notes


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