Bidor Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Bidor is a small town located in the state of Perak, between Ipoh and Kuala Lumpur. Bidor is an industrial area, where miles and miles of rubber and palm oil plantations can be seen along the trunk roads leaving Bidor. Bidor is perhaps most famously known for its duck-thigh noodle and wanton mee, local delicacies […]

Lumut Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Lumut is a coastal town located in the state of Perak. Many will be familiar with Lumut as a transfer point to the popular Pangkor Island or Marina Island. Lumut is the home base of the Malaysian navy, which is one of the most modern in the region. Visitors will be able to spot sub-marines […]

Sungkai Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Sungkai is a small town in between Bidor and Terolak. It is located in the state of Perak, Malaysia and is about 74 kilometers away from Ipoh. There is a very small population here in Sungkai with a mix of Malays, Chinese, Indian and some local natives. Most of the business here owned by the […]

Taiping Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Have you ever wondered which part of Malaysia is the wettest in Malaysia? With an average annual rainfall of about 4,000mm, Taiping, a town located in northern Perak, is known as a Rainy Heritage Town in Malaysia. Taiping was previously known as the Larut Settlement, where its governor Long Jaafar discovered tin in the area […]

Lenggong Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Lenggong is a town located in the state of Perak, Malaysia. The Lenggong Valley was listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site in 2012. It is a rural area, with small villages surrounded by green vegetation and limestone hills. Lenggong is also the oldest known place of human activity in Peninsular Malaysia where the […]

Kuala Kangsar Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Located at a crook of Perak River, Kuala Kangsar is the royal town of the Perak state in Malaysia. It has a population of about 39,000 people. It is a peaceful and well preserved town and is one of the most attractive royal capitals in the country. Back in the 1800s, when Sultan of Perak […]

Kuala Sepetang Recreational Forest, Perak

Kuala Sepetang Recreational Forest is a popular eco-tourism spot in Perak. Located within a mangrove forest, it is reputedly the best managed mangrove forest in Malaysia. Visitors will be treated with a closer experience to nature as the forest is home to a rich biodiversity of flora and fauna. Fishing is the most popular activity […]

Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery, Perak

Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery

The Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery is a museum that showcases the various displays pertaining to the royal family of Perak state. Formerly known as Istana Hulu, it is the first concrete palace to be built in Perak state. Completed in 1903, it was occupied by the previous sultans of the state until it was converted […]

Kinta Riverfront Park, Perak

Kinta Riverfront Park

The Kinta Riverfront Park is also known as Ipoh Riverfront Park is a landscape park developed as part of the Kinta Riverfront Project in 2010. Visitors can engage in various recreational activities in the spacious park. The greeneries at the park provide visitors with naturally cooling shelters from the sun and if that is not […]

Lenggong Archaeological Museum, Perak

Lenggong Archaeological Museum

The display of Perak Man in Lenggong Archaeological Museum The Lenggong Archaeological Museum is dedicated to the findings and research results that are done at the Lenggong Valley. The valley is itself a World Heritage Site recognized by the UNESCO in 2012 due to its importance as an archaeological site. The museum displays many important […]