Fun Journey To
Belum Rainforest Resort
Mangrove Forests & Orangutan
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Pit Stop 1: Sam Poh Tong
The Sam Poh Tong is a Chinese Buddhist temple built within a limestone cave and is the oldest and most famous cave temples in Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia. The temple built in raw limestone cave in the mountains which is located about 5 km from Ipoh. The temple facade dates back to the 1950s and a stiff climb of 246 steps will lead you to an open cave with an excellent view of Ipoh and its surroundings. Till today, nuns and monks who dedicate their lives to Buddha still occupy the Sam Poh Tong.
Gps: 4.5637628,101.1155395 Google Maps: Click Here
Pit Stop 2: Perak Cave
Perak Tong Cave Temple is one of the oldest and most beautifully preserved temple in Ipoh. Within the huge limestone caves of Gunung Tasik, this temple was built in 1926 by Buddhists priests from China. The temple houses over 40 Buddha statues with the centrepiece being a 12.8-metre high sitting Buddha. The cave sits at the foot of a 120m high limestone outcrop.
Gps: 4.6442497,101.0971851 Google Maps: Click Here
Pit Stop 3: Ubudiah Royal Mosque
Masjid Ubudiah - ranking high on the list of Malaysia's most beautiful mosques, the Masjid Ubudiah (or Ubudiah Mosque) stands proudly and majestically in Kuala Kangsar, with its golden dome and minarets creating a spellbinding sight, from near and afar. Built in 1913 during the reign of the 28th Sultan of Perak, Sultan Idris Murshidul Adzam Shah I Ibni Almarhum Raja Bendahara Alang Iskandar Teja, the Masjid Ubudiah is located beside the Royal Mausoleum on Bukit Chandan.
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Pit Stop 4: Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery
The Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery is a gallery in Kuala Kangsar, Perak, Malaysia. The gallery is housed at the Ulu Palace building. The building was made from wood carving inspired by the natural plants within the surrounding region. Rock carving was made by craftsmen according to the consent of Sultan Idris Shah I. The architecture design of the building has common features from the National Palace, Ipoh High Court and Ipoh railway station buildings.
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Pit Stop 5: Perak Royal Museum
The Istana Kenangan was a royal residence in Kuala Kangsar in Perak, Malaysia. It was built in 1926 for Sultan Iskandar Shah by the Malay carpenter Enci Sepian from Bukit Mertajam, with the assistance of his sons Zainal Abidin and Ismail. The palace had been the official residence between 1931 and 1933. However, upon completion of Istana Iskandariah, the Istana Kenangan was used to host royal receptions and where the palace guests stayed. It today houses the Royal Museum of Perak.
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Pit Stop 6: Lenggong Archaeological Museum
The Lenggong Archaeological Museum, a museum located in Lenggong, Perak. it showcases the archeological discoveries of Lenggong Valley. Lenggong Valley in Hulu Perak (Upper Perak) is where the earliest human settlement in Malaysia was discovered. Lenggong Valley is also the site where the longest prehistoric civilization in Malaysia was recorded, beginning in the Paleolithic Period (also written Palaeolithic, the scientific term for Stone Age) up to the Metal Period.
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Your Destination: Belum Rainforest Resort
Welcome to Belum Rainforest Resort, you have reach one of Malaysia's premier ecotourism holiday destinations. Set in the midst of a tropical paradise, Pulau Banding, the Belum Rainforest Resort, is everything nature-lovers and holiday-goers expect in a getaway destination: complete relaxation and serenity, stunning views and surroundings, adventure, and the chance to get close to nature.