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Perak Tourism

A Cave That Takes You Back In Time

What tourists said about Kandu Cave “Better than carlsbad caverns.” It reminded me of something out of an Indiana Jones movie. Inside the cave, it opened up to this massive great room that looked like a natural cathedral. very impressive. There are not enough professional pix taken of this cavern …..and that’s a shame. They [...]

What tourists said about the Sam Poh Tong Cave Temple in Ipoh, Perak “The elusive reclining Buddha” A must visit. Don’t get misled by the first temple at the entry to the road or for that mayer the second one. Lim Seng Tong is resplendent in the brightest color but the natural beauty is completely [...]

About Ulu Chepor in Perak LOVE the idea of exploring uncharted grounds but don’t know where to go? Well, for a start, Ulu Chepor in Perak is so “ulu” (remote) that it’ll take your breath away! You can trek in the million-year-old rainforest that escaped the last Ice Age. Wallow in an uncharted creek and [...]

Keeping The Hills Alive

What tourists said about the Limestone Hills in Ipoh “Nice Place to visit” I visited this place on the way to KL. Really awesome place to get refreshed your mind.Ambient inside the cave temple is a place where you can set aside my ever-tiring soul. This place simply offers a different ambient and calm you [...]

Comments by tourists about the Ipoh Lou Wong Bean Sprout Chicken “Excellent Bean Sprout Chicken – best in Ipoh” This restaurant is voted the best in Ipoh, and truly lives up to its reputation! The chicken is well-seasoned and cooked brilliantly, and the ‘hor fun’ (rice noodles) is by far the best I’ve ever tasted [...]

About Bukit Larut (Maxwell Hill), Taiping, Perak Bukit Larut, the smallest hill resort in Malaysia, towers over Taiping, famous for its lake gardens. The unique thing about this hillside resort is that nature has been left alone to flourish so bountifully. Gazette as a permanent forest reserve in 1910, Bukit Larut’s untouched forests are filled [...]

The Magical Pangkor Island

Pangkor Island Tourist Guide The name Pangkor may have originated from the Thai word Pang Ko which means ‘beautiful island’. However others believe it may have been a memorial to Pang Kui, a legendary Chinese adventurer said to have lent his skills in seamanship to the bands of pirates this island once sheltered. One of [...]

Kicking back in Lumut

Lumut holds promise as a weekend getaway. When people scout for holiday destinations at islands off the west coast, they usually head to Penang, Langkawi or Pangkor. But Lumut town, famed for its port and Royal Malaysian Navy base, is steadily drawing in tourists because it is just a ferry ride away from Pangkor. On [...]