Fu Lin Kong Chinese Temple

Fu Lin Kong Temple, Pangkor Island
Fu Lin Kong is a Chinese temple in Pangkor Island. Many Chinese tourists like to visit and pray in this temple to get the blesses from god. However, this doesn't mean that Chinese temple is only the favourite place for Chinese only. Other races and foreign tourist also love this place because Fu Lin Kong is one of the popular temple in Pangkor Island and its exquisite environ...
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Bukit Larut (Maxwell Hills )

Maxwell Hill
It was founded in 1884 by William Edward Maxwell, the British Assistant Resident of Perak. Perched at 1250m above sea level, it is the wettest place in Malaysia, with an annual rainfall of over 500cm. Temperature here hovers around 15 degrees centigrade in the early morning and late afternoon, dipping to 10 degrees centigrade at night. The Tea Garden House, situated mi...
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Sungai Klah Hot Spring Park

Sungai Klah Hot Spring
Sungai Klah Hot Springs is nestled in the serene and lush forest patches, surrounded by hills and clear cold mountain streams and rivers. All 6.5 hectares enjoy the scenic view of well-tended oil palm plantation and durian orchard amidst a haven of tranquility. Its unique concept of a specially designed free flowing Hot Springs Swimming Pool and Therapeutic Park at the foo...
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Belum Forest Reserve

Royal Belum Rainforest
Towards the northern parts of Lake Temenggor, in northern Peninsula Malaysia (Perak state), lies a vast area of virgin jungle known as the Belum Forest Reserve. The area is one of the largest untouched forest reserves in Peninsula Malaysia. The presence of large mammal species such as elephants, rhinoceroses, tapirs and tigers makes Belum very special.    This ...
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Ipoh Railway Station

Ipoh Railway Station
The Ipoh Railway Station is affectionately known as the Taj Mahal of Ipoh as it is quite a magnificent structure with it's Moorish architecture. It actually bears quite a striking resemblance to its Kuala Lumpur counterpart. It is one of the more impressive landmarks in Ipoh City housing modern embelishments within the structure. There is a hotel in the building for the ...
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Pasir Salak Historical Complex

Pasir Salak Historical
Located about 70km from Ipoh, the Pasir Salak Historical Complex pays tribute to warriors such as Dato' Sagor and Dato' Maharaja Lela. There are memorials erected in their honour, in the shape of a sundang (broad sword), a replica of the type of knife used in the killing of Mr. Birch.The complex pays tribute to warriors such as Dato' Sagor and Dato' Maharaja Lela, who led t...
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Geological Museum Perak

Geological Museum Perak
Geological Museum Perak Established in 1957, the Geological Museum at Jalan Sultan Azian Shah in lpoh houses a collection of over 600 samples of minerals, classified according to chemical content and structure. The museum is wellknown for its exhibition of tin ore, including the best specimen of cassiterite in the world. There is also an impressive collection of fossils, preci...
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Sam Poh Tong Temple

Sam Poh Tong
Sam Poh Tong is a famous cave temple located in Gunung Rapat, about 5km south of Ipoh. It is said to be the biggest cave temple in the country, and is an impressive work of art with various statues of Buddha interspersed among the stalactites and stalagmites. According to legend, the cave was discovered in 1890 by a monk from China who was passing through Ipoh; he decided...
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Tempurung Cave (Gua Tempurung)

Gua Tempurung
The cave is probably the largest natural limestone cave in Peninsular Malaysia. Located in the vicinity of Gopeng, 24km south of Ipoh, the cave is approximately 1.5km long. Made up of five huge domes which ceilings resemble coconut shells, each dome has different formations of stalagmites and stalactites. The domes also differ from one another in terms of temperatu...
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Taiping Lake Gardens

Taiping Lake Garden
One cannot claim to have visited Taiping without taking some time off to soak in the natural beauty of the Taiping Lake Gardens. Built on top of an abandoned tin mine, the gardens were opened in 1880, earning them a place in the history books as the first public garden in then-Malaya. Huge ancient rain trees (“angsana”) line the lake; their branches stretching from one e...
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