Perak is a state in the northwest of Peninsular Malaysia. The capital city Ipoh is known for its British colonial landmarks, including a baroque railway station. Sam Poh Tong is a huge Buddhist cave temple filled with wall paintings. The town of Gopeng is a base for rafting on the Kampar river. Off the west coast, the resort island of Pulau Pangkor has forested hills and the ruins of a 17th-century Dutch fort.

Lost World Of Tambun

theme park

Han Chin Pet Soo

tin museum

Belum Forest Reserve

rainforest, nature

Taiping Lake Gardens

garden, ponds

KeK Lok Tong Cave Temple and Gardens

temple, garden

Perak Cave Temple

buddhist temple

Art of oldtown

wall murals

Gua Tempurung

long cave

Coral Beach

beach, snorkelling

Zoo Taiping

large zoo

Kellies Castle

castle ruins

Pangkor island

beaches, villages

Sam Poh Tong Temple

cave temples

Concubine Lane

historic street

Qing Xin Ling Leisure and Cultural Village

lakeside, activities

Perak Museum

oldest museum

Masjid Ubudiah

beautiful mosque

Taiping War Cemetery

WWII

Tua Pek Kong temple

chinese temple

Bukit Merah Orang Utan Island

orangutans, island

Lata Iskandar

beautiful waterfall

The leaning tower

clock tower

Galeri Sultan Azlan Shah

art gallery

Matang Mangrove Forest Reserve

diverse wildlife