The hidden gem of Langkawi

Ayer Hangat Village

A natural approach to better health, let your stress slips away at Ayer Hangat Village

Ayer Hangat Village Langkawi is a Malay Village Complex in Langkawi with a strong emphasis on

  • Salt Hot Spring (one of 3 in the world)
  • Malay Wellness Spa & Treatment
  • Malay Culture and Art
  • Sedges Farm with Traditional Crafts
  • Mushroom Village (Kampung Cendawan)
  • Permaculture & Herbal Garden

We welcome you to Ayer Hangat Village, the only salt water hot spring in Malaysia. We invite you to soak yourself in a our Salt Hot Spring amidst traditional Malay Village Setting with a natural backdrop of the greens of sedges field, while you can enjoy the only saltwater spring in Malaysia. Take advantage of the many benefits of this natural remedy that will leave you relaxed and amazed.

Activities and Attractions

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The Legend

According to legends, 2 families were fighting to separate their children who are in love. Mat Raya has a beautiful daughter, and Mat Cincang a handsome son, and as they are best friends they agreed to marry their children. However on the day of the wedding it was discovered that the Son of Mat Cincang had an affair with another girl. On the night of the wedding, not only were they verbally abusing each other but followed by throwing of the pots and pans of the gravy and kettle of hot water to each other. Then, lightning struck them and changed them to Gunung Raya and Gunung Cincang.

Where the gravy fell is thus, called Kuah (gravy in Malay) , the main town in Langkawi. The place where the gravy sunk in was called Kisap.

The place where kettle flew, and hot water fell into the ground is called Ayer Hangat (Hot Water)

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Salt water Hot Spring

The Ayer Hangat Hot spring is one of the 3 saltwater hot springs in the world. The geothermal heat is the source that heat the water. The heat under the ground increases with the depth of the ground (known as the geothermal gradient). As water seeps through deep in the ground, it is being heated by hot stones and then surfaces as spring water on the surface.

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Malay Wellness & Spa Treatment

The Malay traditional wellness program will encompass use of herbs and plants that have been used for generations in the Malay community. These methods are devoid of side effects to the human body. This is apparent from the popular used of traditional Malay medicine by the public. There are more than 13,000 of plants with potentials to be used as medicine for various types of illness and sickness. In Malaysia, more than 2,000 to 3,000 types of plants are being used.

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Malay Heritage Tour

Note: Due to Covid-19, this program is currently unavailable.

The Malay Cultural Heritage Tour will give you a peek of the Malay Wedding Custom. Weddings of the Malay community are generally festive, grand and celebratory affairs with many guests. Ceremonies may be held over several days in traditional Malay weddings. The marriage is solemnised during the akad nikah (solemnisation ceremony) which will normally happen first.

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Sedges Farm with Traditional Crafts

Sedges Weed is synonym with Langkawi, as it grows everywhere wild. In the old days, when there were no plastic or nylon strings, locals use to dry this weed and make them into strings to be used for day to day. As kids, the older generations reminisce when they collected sedges and dry it to make it into strings to be sold to traders.

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Mushroom Village (Kampung Cendawan)

Another exciting place to visit is our Mushroom Village. See for yours self the cultivation of mushroom, harvesting and you an even freshly get it cooked by our staffs.

At the Kampung Cendawan, you will learn to understand the art of cultivating of mushroom in the settings of Langkawi local village.

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Culture & Performance

Note: Due to Covid-19, this program is currently unavailable.

Here you will find the Malay traditional bamboo musical concert performed by a small group of children and adults with colorful and beautiful dances. Bamboo Dream also presents selections of bamboo art performances and traditional dances such as Tarian Bamboo, Wayang Kulit demonstration ( shadow puppet show), Malaysia Truly Asia Dance and much more.


  • Learn more about local malay Culture in Kedah, and the many uses of bamboo
  • Watch amazing performances from adults and children of Langkawi, using traditional Bamboo musical instruments
  • Catch other performances such as traditional dances from all of Malaysia
  • Enjoy delicious local Malay dishes made with bamboo.
Swimming Pool (Hot And Saltwater)

The largest Hot Spring pool in Langkawi.
The current swimming pool otherwise known as the Salt water Hot Spring Soaking to be upgraded. Guests and tourist will be able to enjoy a more suitable pool area for all day relaxation.

Malay Traditional Wedding Package

A new service to be made available for the public to allow guests and customers to have their special day at Ayer Hangat Village.

Ayer Hangat Village will provide pre-wedding and wedding services from decorations to F&B.

Malay Heritage Tour (Basic)

A new attraction to showcase the ethnicity and history of the Malay culture.

Tourist can catch a glimpse of the many traditions of birth to marriage, the food and the fashion throughout the years.

A basic tour package that will be made available by request by customers who provide early notice.

The tour package will highlight the traditional Malay ethnicities from weddings to performances such as dance and silat.

Customers may engage with the cultural activities that will be made available during the tour.

*Available on request only

Traditional Malay Cooking Course

A traditional Malay cooking course to be made available to customers.

Guests and customers can not only enjoy the traditional Malay food but also experience the cooking methods.
Malaysian food is a delectable fusion of various diverse cultures predominantly Malay, Chinese and Indian.

AHV’s Traditional Malay Cooking Course will introduce guest and customers to some of the traditional Malay favorites like Rendang, Nasi Lemak and lots of others too.

Ayer Hangat Village

Jalan Air Hangat, Mukim Air Hangat, 07000, Langkawi, Kedah (Reservations) or (Groups)
Telephone: +60 11-1950 6460 (Reservations)