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  Perak Map
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  PLACES OF INTEREST :
 
  Nature & Adventure Travel
  Cultural Destination
  Fun & Excitement Holiday
  Heritage Sites
  Hot Springs & Waterfalls
  Island Holiday
  Museums & Galleries
   
  Ipoh (State Capital):
 
  General Info
 
  Tourist Attraction
  Gunung Korbu Forest Reserve
  The Lost World Of Tambun
   
  Gerik:
 
  General Info
 
  Tourist Attraction
  Rafflesia Wonderland
  Royal Belum Forest Reserve
  Temenggor Lake
   
  Gopeng:
 
  General Info
 
  Gua Tempurung (Cave)
  Kampar River White Water Rafting
   
  Kuala Gula:
 
  General Info
 
  Tourist Attraction
   
  Kuala Kangsar:
 
  General Info
 
  City Attraction
  Deer & Ostrich Farm
  Keris & Parang Making
  Tekad Benang & Labu Sayong
   
  Lumut:
 
  General Info
 
  Pulau Pangkor Island
  Pulau Pangkor Laut Island
  Pulau Sembilan Island
  Teluk Batik Beach
   
  Pasir Salak:
 
  General Info & Attraction
   
  Taiping:
 
  General Info
 
  Bukit Larut
  Kota Ngah Ibrahim
  Malaysia Oldest Prison
  Matang Mangrove Forest Reserve
  Old Clock Tower
  Perak Museum
  Rustic Kuala Sepetang
  Taiping Lake Gardens
  Uniquely Zoo Taiping
   
  Tapah:
 
  General Info
 
  Kuala Woh Recreational Park
  Lata Iskandar Waterfall
  Lata Kinjang Waterfall
  Sungai Klah Hot Springs
 
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PERAK - NORTHERN REGION OF PENINSULAR MALAYSIA
PLACES OF INTEREST : Museums & Galleries
 
 
ROYAL MUSEUM - KUALA KANGSAR
 

The Royal Museum is a unique wooden building located near the Sultan of Perak?s official palace at Kuala Kangsar. It was previously known as Istana Kenangan, Istana Tepas and Istana Lembah. It was built without any plans and without nails. It contains the Royal Regalia, photographs of the Royal Family, illustrations and artifacts of the past and present monarchy in Perak.

 

Opening hours :

10:00am - 5:00pm (Sat - Thu)

9:00am -  12:15 noon, 2:45pm - 5:00pm (Friday)

 

Admission fee : Free

Tel: +605 776 5500

 
 
 
SULTAN AZLAN SHAH GALLERY - KUALA KANGSAR
 

Located on Bukit Chandan about 1.5km from Kuala Kangsar town and just a short distance from Ubudiah Mosque is the Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery. On display are items such as gifts that were given to the Sultan and his wife by heads of state from around the world.

 

Opening hours :

10:00am - 5:00pm (Sat - Thu)

9:00am -  12:15 noon, 2:45pm - 5:00pm (Friday)

 

Admission fee : RM4.00 /adult & RM2.00 /child

Tel: +605 776 5500

 
 
 
DARUL RIDZUAN MUSEUM - IPOH
 

Situated along Jalan Panglima Bukit Gantang Wahab, the museum highlights the history and development of lpoh as well as the mining and forestry industries of Perak. Built more than 100 years ago in lpoh, the museum was previously home to the Malay dignitaries as well as British rulers in the Kinta District.

 

Opening hours : 9:00am - 5:00pm (Sat - Thu)

Admission fee : Free

Tel: +605 242 6906 / 241 0048

 
 
 
GEOLOGICAL MUSEUM - IPOH
 

Established in 1957, the Geological Museum at Jalan Sultan Azian Shah in lpoh has an impressive collection of minerals, fossils, precious stones and rock specimens. There are over 600 samples of minerals, classified according to chemical content and structure. It is also noted for its exhibition of tin ore, including the best specimen of cassiterite in the world.

 

Opening hours :

8:00am - 12:30pm & 2:00pm - 4:30pm (Mon - Thu)

9:00am -  12:00 noon & 2:45pm - 4:30pm (Friday)

 

Closed : Sat, Sun & Public Holidays

 

Admission fee : Free

Tel: +605 545 7644

 
 
 
PERAK MUSEUM - TAIPING
 

Taiping is home to the country?s oldest museum, the Perak Museum. It was built in 1883 and has impressive displays on zoology, history, economy and ethnology. Visitors can also browse through its collection of archaeological treasures such as ancient weapons, aboriginal implements and ornaments.

 

Opening hours :

9:00am - 5:00pm

9:00am -  12:15 noon & 2:45pm - 5:00pm (Friday)

 

Admission fee : Free

Tel: +605 807 2057

 
 
 
LENGGONG ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM - LENGGONG DISTRICT
 

It was in the district of Lenggong where the early history of the Malay Peninsula began. One of the most important pre-historic findings, the skeletal remains of the Perak Man, is housed in this museum. Among others, visitors will find evidence of tools made of stone used during the Paleolithic Period.

 

Opening hours :

9:00am - 5:00pm

9:00am -  12:15 noon & 2:45pm - 5:00pm (Friday)

 

Admission fee : Free

Tel: +605 767 9700

 
 
 
 
PLACES OF INTEREST : Museums & Galleries
PERAK - NORTHERN REGION OF PENINSULAR MALAYSIA