WELCOME TO PERAK

Perak will surprise you! A truly World of Wonders! Where nature, culture, delicious food and warm people will take you through a journey to ancient caves, pristine beaches and international heritage. Perak is waiting for you and your family.

EXPLORE THE WORLD RENOWNED ATTRACTIONS OF PERAK

Coined as the Land of Grace, Perak Darul Ridzuan, the second largest state in Peninsular Malaysia is a land prized by natural tropical beauty and rich in a history of culture. Tracking back to the years during the British colonial period, Perak were forged solely by tin mining and rubber tree plantations, and the remains of those era are still visible today with its rich historical values.

Today, Perak continues to be a charming state bustling with vibrant people, always welcomes an exchange of warm gestures with its booming tourism industry as more visitors are attracted to the rustic charm of old colonial buildings which are now preserved and repurposed to fit modern lifestyle.

Not to forget the uniqueness of Perak’s natural beauty from the white sandy beaches and amazing underwater treasures, to the magnificent caves that dates back thousands of years and natural rainforest that goes back even millions of years.

Be either the narrator of the many stories you gather or embark on a journey of mystery, excitement and luxury with your friends and family in the world of Perak, Malaysia…. waiting to welcome you with open arms.

TRULY A WORLD OF WONDERS

Be enthralled by our natural beauty and surrender to a tranquil environment or simply soak your feet in our luxury pristine beaches.
Enjoy exploring where you heart takes you.

Here are some of our top destination.

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IPOH FOOD TRAIL PROJECT

Ipoh is synonymous with gastronomic adventure and local food fest with its unique one-of-a-kind cafe’s and restaurant.. Locals and foreign tourist alike will head over to Ipoh for the pleasure of feasting on the vast variety of exciting cuisines available in any corner of the town.

You can find everything from the simplest street food and food-truck style kiosks to the mouth watering Indian food which has been in business for decades. Plus the latest craze with the ‘Hipster Style’ cafe popping up across Ipoh, gaining it the ‘Hipster Town’ nickname cited in newspapers, magazines and countless blogs.

Here are some timeless collection of the well-known cafe’s and restaurants in Ipoh. Have a blast!

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WORDS FROM OUR VISITORS

KELLIE’S CASTLE
“Attractive European architecture in Malaysia”
I enjoyed the moment visiting this cattle because I love historical places. If u look for attractive Europe historical places, in Malaysia then this is one of the place to visit.
The castle is big and very beautiful..you can enjoy the views and take a lot of pics there. A lot of beautiful picture taken angles there.
Alice, Indonesia - Trip Advisor
TAIPING LAKE GARDEN
“Beautiful man make lake”
Taiping lake garden is always an awesome place to visit due to its natural beauty and the greenery. Taiping itself popular known as the wettest town in Malaysia and located near foot of the hills. With the back ground of hills area, taiping lake is a must location to visit.
Nisa Q - Trip Advisor
LOST WORLD OF TAMBUN
“Best place with family”
Fun with a lot of option other than swimming. Have tigers and games for kids, worth the visit. Also the hot spring really make you sweat.
No outside food allowed but there are varieties of food inside.
Shah N, Ipoh - Trip Advisor
IPOH HERITAGE WALK
“Excellent heritage walk”
When visiting this city this heritage walk is a must. There are several maps available online to show the suggested route.
Its about 1 kilometre away from the Ipoh Railway Station so very walkable.
Tomm, Melbourne - Trip Advisor
ZOO TAIPING & NIGHT SAFARI
“Attraction on Wild Life In Taiping”
A great place for family to bring the kids to pay a visit at Taiping Zoo. The entrance ticket is affordable.
Visitors can enjoy the natural scenery inside the zoo.
Pa Wai Wei, Kuala Lumpur - Trip Advisor
LEANING TOWER OF TELUK INTAN
“Pisa of Malaysia ”
The purpose for building the tower, also known as the Clock Tower, was to store water for the locals during the drought season, in case of fire.
The clock on the tower was also used to keep time.
Suhana S - Trip Advisor