Bird Watching at Kuala Gula Located in the district of Kerian in the Northeastern part of Perak, South from Bagan Serai, the 8,200 hectare of Kuala Gula, where the Gula river meets the Straits of Melaka became not only home to birds but also bird lovers.This sanctuary is to protect and conserve the migratory birds […]

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Bird Watching at Kuala Gula
Located in the district of Kerian in the Northeastern part of Perak, South from Bagan Serai, the 8,200 hectare of Kuala Gula, where the Gula river meets the Straits of Melaka became not only home to birds but also bird lovers.This sanctuary is to protect and conserve the migratory birds which has been using the large wetland area for feeding and resting during their migratory route from the northern to the southern hemisphere. 

Caving at Gua Tempurung
Known to the locals as Gua Tempurung, the word “Gua”in Malay means cave and “Tempurung” means coconut shell. Hence the name Gua Tempurung which comprises of five huge domes with ceilings resembling coconut shells. The name conjures images of mystery and intrigue that ensures a peek into its deep and dark secrets.Dating back 8000BC, Gua Tempurung is one of the largest natural limestone caves in Peninsular Malaysia. Each of these domes is made up of different calcium formations and marble that exist in differing temperatures and water levels.These caves are famous for its breathtaking gallery of stalagmites, stalactites and other amazing rock formations that are superb speleological wonders. When exploring the cave, get ready to crawl through the labyrinth of stalagmites and stalactites. Bring along flashlights or headlamps as it is really dark in there and you have to watch your footing. You might hear squeaking of bats, so its advisable to keep your voices low when you are in the cave. 

Jungle Trekking in Belum
An excellent place for jungle trekking and camping is the Royal Belum State Park. Depending on which trek you are being led on by your guide, you can expect at least six hours of jungle trekking into a somewhat unexplored rainforests. Along the way, you can stop and marvel at some of the flora and fauna that exist there like Rafflesia, blooming Wild Ginger as well as few salt licks spots. Here at Belum, you can see valleys and mountains, pristine cascades and few limestone outcrops. Most of the areas are occupied by the Orang Asli (the indigenous people). If you are lucky, you may catch glimpses of animals rarely spotted in other other parts of the country. These include bears, deer, tiger and other species of mammals and reptiles.

 Night Safari at Taiping Zoo
Taiping Zoo has a beautiful natural setting with streams, lakes and abundance of flora; conducive environment for visitors. Also known as Taman Mergastua Sultan Idris Shah. Taiping Zoo is currently home to more than 180 species of animals. These include tigers, lions, elephants, hippopotamus, giraffes, hornbills, orang utans and others. Furthermore, attempts to breed these animals have been very successful. This has seen the proliferation of such animals like the Malaysian Tiger, Lion, Siamang, Deer, Nilgai, Night Heron and many others. 

Snorkelling & diving just off Pulau Pangkor
South of Pulau Pangkor lies a cluster of nine breath taking islands known collectively as Pulau Sembilan; Pulau Agas, Pulau Payong, Pulau Nipis, Pulau Rumbia, Pulau Lalang, Pulau Saga, Pulau Buluh, Black Rock and White Rock. From November to March, holiday makers flock to these islands. Secluded and uninhabited, the most popular is Pulau Lalang, which is known for its refreshing clear stream and perfect white sandy beach. 

Snorkelling and diving are ‘must do’ activities if one were to visit these islands – Pulau Rumbia and Pulau Lalang.
At 15 metres deep, the sandy bottoms of both islands are dotted with countless of colourful corals. While among the many exotic marine life found here are groupers, snappers and barracudas. Another great spot; between Pulau Buluh and Pulau Saga. Here, big boulders and green tree coral can be found at a depth of ten metres. In the waters on the eastern side of Pulau Buluh, there are small rocks, hard corals and coral fish. 

River boarding & Whitewater Rafting in Perak Rivers
For those who crave a little more excitement in their holiday experience, river boarding might just be the thing. Adrenaline pumping, white water fun at face level and with just a board to cling to, riverboarding is one of fastest growing extreme sports in the world. Jungle Geckos, the only riverboarding operator currently operating in Malaysia offers riverboarding trips in Sungai Sungkai, Sungai Kampar, Sungai Ulu Slim and Sungai Chilling.  Here, visitors will experience how thrilling it is to go down rapids head first, wearing a full body wetsuit, booties and fins plus life jacket and a board. Be warned though that this is not for the fainthearted. Alternatively, whitewater rafting is also another choice when visiting the rivers of Perak.

Off Road Driving in LasahOff road enthusiasts can now add to their list of thrill-and-skill rides the routes available in Perak, namely Lasah which runs all the way through to Gua Musang in Kelantan as well as Cameron Highlands in Pahang.If you want to explore Malaysia’s backcountry, it’s probably best to go with one of the several local 4WD tour specialists as the terrain may prove to be too difficult to handle. These specialists would normally have local knowledge of trails, weather conditions, camping locations and scenic attractions.The best time to go off road is during the dry seasons between March and October. For those who want more challenge, there is the monsoon between November and February. Frolicking at Bukit MerahBukit Merah Laketown has much to offer as it is one of Malaysia’s premier eco-tourism destinations in the northern region. It is an exciting place with its Water Park being the main attraction. 

Makan-makan jalan-jalan cari makan
Best restaurant food in perak.
Makan sedap di perak jjcm

Dim SumFoh San, the oldest player of Hong Kong style dimsum game had just joined his competitors to reside on the same street namely Jalan Leong Sin Nam in the heart of the Ipoh city. With a two-story new building, the elegant Foh San definitely has captured one’s first impression. 

Chicken Curry BreadYau Hon Seng got the idea of stuffed curry bread when he, as a tourist in 1986, observed how Beggar’s Bread was made in Hongkong. “If the conventional one is made using clay, it would work as well using bread”, he thought.  That spark of an idea has turned Kampar bread into an entity of sorts. The texture of the bread is soft. It is baked perfectly until golden brown and combines excellently with the chicken curry.  

Nasi Lemak Ayam KampungThe main difference there is the chicken itself. Chicken in ‘Ayam kampung’ is generally juicier and crispier than the usual chicken in ‘ayam’. ‘Ayam kampung’ is also generally perceived as free from stimulants that were usually injected to chickens to promote growth. In other words, ‘Ayam kampung’ is generally healthier to be consumed than normal chickens.

Apart from the Ayam Kampung signature, the restaurant is also famous for its Ketam Goreng Serbuk Kari and Sup Belut.

Tauge Ayam Kuetiau
Restoran Lou Wong Tauge Ayam Kuetiau has to be the MOST famous of all Ipoh’s restaurants, bar none. Ask any outsiders, foreigners, or even the locals themselves on where to have dinner (or supper, commonly) if you’re down in Ipoh for one night only, the chances are most would mutter the name; Lou Wong Nga Choy Kai (“Nga Choy Kai” means Tauge Ayam, or Bean Sprouts Chicken). 

Nothing quenches thirst like a refreshing bowl of cendol on a hot sunny day. The feel of ice shavings combined with creamy coconut milk and the sweetness of the palm sugar all melting into the ice slowly going down the parched throat is akin to being in heaven. This homegrown delicacy can be found anywhere in any state in Malaysia and has spawned a few variants over the years. A normal serving of cendol will have shavings of ice and scoops of diluted coconut milk with bits of cooked dough dyed green in colour. It is made by pressing kneaded and coloured dough through a metal mould resembling a shredder into a bowl of water. These little noodle-like pieces of dough are then put into a pot of boiling water and cooked for a short while till fully cooked. Some traders mix these little pieces of dough into diluted coconut milk whereas others keep it aside on its own. The usual condiments that comes with a bowl of cendol are red beans and grass jelly. Depending on the location, it is not unusual to find glutinous rice, creamed corn and other types of jelly added into the dessert. It is then topped off with a generous drizzle of palm sugar to give it its signature sweetness.

Perak tourism travel package
Pakej pelancongan negeri perak

Medical Tourism PackageMYR 550.00

Ipoh + Pangkor + Batu Gajah + Taiping Tour 4 Days 3 Nights PackageMYR 499.00

Ipoh City Day Tour PackageMYR 88.00

Taiping + Kuala Sepetang Day PackageMYR 299.00

Pulau Pangkor Day PackageMYR 299.00

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