Perak

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  • Map of Perak

Must See


waterfalls

  • Batu Berangkai Falls - Near Kampar
  • Buntong Falls - Near Ipoh
  • Chelik Fall - near Simpang Pulai and the new road to the Cameron Highlands
  • Damak Fall - Ulu Geroh, near Gopeng
  • Gepai Falls - Near Bidor
  • Geruntum Fall - Near Gopeng
  • Kamunting Fall - Kamunting
  • Lata Iskandar - On the route from Tapah to the Cameron Highlands
  • Lata Kekabu - Near Lenggong and the Chenderoh Lake
  • Lata Kinjang waterfall - this is the waterfall thats visible form the North-South Expressway
  • Lata Perahu - 20 km north of Kuala Kangsar
  • Lata Tanjung Kala - near Grik
  • Lata Yuk - near Chenderiang and Lata Kinjang
  • Lata Puteh - On the A6 between Selama and Lenggong
  • Lon Rapids - near Sungkai
  • Lubuk Timah - Near Simpang Pulai, road to the C.H.
  • Maxwell Hill - Near Taiping
  • Papan Cascades - near Papan, sout-west of Ipoh
  • Sinju Fall - along the road from Simpang Pulai to the Cameron Highlands
  • Strata Falls - 10 km north of Tg Malim
  • Tibang Fall - Ulu Slim region
  • Tebing Tinggi Fall - Between Selama and Lenggong
  • Trong Falls - near Trong

islands

  • Pangkor - a beautiful island, small fishing village
  • Banding Island
  • Pulau Sembilan

beaches

  • Pasir Bogak
  • Teluk Ketapang
  • Teluk Nipah
  • Pantai Puteri Dewi

White water rafting in Malaysia

Cities

  • Ipoh - the capital city of the Perak, known for its great food, tin mines and limestone mountains and caves.
  • Teluk Intan - pagoda-style leaning tower.
  • Taiping - Attractions include a large park around the famous Taiping lake and the nearby Taiping Zoo.
  • Kuala Kangsar
  • Pasir Salak - a small but historic town in Perak which houses a museum detailing the struggle against colonialists in Perak.
  • Lumut - a town by the sea home to the famous Outward Bound School.
  • Sitiawan - famous for its fresh and cheap seafood and Chinese-Foochow cuisine.
  • Teluk Batik, a beach on the coast of the Malacca Strait.
  • Lumut - ferries to Pangkor Island.