Clearwater Golf Sanctuary Resort
Voted the 2003/2004 No. 1 golf course in Malaysia. Embraced by 350 acres of shimmering lakes, is home to old majestic rain-tress, fruit trees and a variable menagerie of birds namely the colourful kingfisher, quails, moorhens, storks, hawks and herons while the lakes teem with a myriad of tropical fishes. The Raintree Nine and Lakes Nine, acclaimed to be amongst the most challenging and picturesque courses in South East Asia, promise a truly memorable golfing experience.
White Water Rafting
For the more adventurous, why not try the thrilling white water rafting, an exhilarating experience that anyone can enjoy! The rafting trip has it all. From the excitement of tackling large rapids, to enjoying the serene beauty of a gentle paddle through lush rainforest. This will be an invigorating day spent with nature.
Royal Belum State Park
The Royal Belum State Park is the treasure chest for nature lovers, the biggest block of rainforest in Peninsular Malaysia. This fascinating half day tour will bring you a glimpse of what Belum has to offer. You’ll visit an “Orang Asli” village where you’ll observe the simplicity of their lifestyle.
Away from the busyness of Ipoh City yet not far off lie Adeline’s Villa in Gopeng. Personally attended to by owner Adeline Kuo, who believes in serving great food to affable company, this nature’s hideaway has all the charms and facilities city-dwellers seek, be it for a holiday or a respite and offers thrilling nature-based activities that include white-water rafting, caving, paintball, and other team sports.
Explore this colourful & relaxing city of Ipoh. Railway station, Ipoh Tree, Perak Museum, Charming Old Town Tourist Info Centre, Famous Cave Temple of Sam Poh Tong & Kek Lok Tong, Pomeloes, fruit Orchard & varieties of local snacks.
Discover Perak’s best kept secret. Explore this magnificent cave that had existed 8000 B. C. Probably the largest natural limestone cave in Peninsular Malaysia. View the spectacular stalagmites & stalactites formation and marvel at the wonderful creation of nature.
Lost World of Tambun
Hidden amongst the lush greenery of Tambun, is this latest jewel in the Sunway Crown. A fully themed water park that appear to emerge from the surrounding limestone cliffs and vibrant jungle – new world of adventure just waiting to be explored.
The Royal town of Kuala Kangsar offers visitors a journey to the sultanate era, see the Ubudiah Mosque, reputed to be the most beautiful mosque in the country. The Royal Museum Istana Kenangan which was built without using a single nail. The first Rubber tree was also planted here in 1877.
Sam Poh Tong
Sam Poh Tong is located five kilometers south Ipoh and in the vicinity of Gunung Rapat. Why it is so special? It is because inside the cave there are impressive works of art with various statues of Buddha and the natural stalactites and stalagmites which had formed since thousands years ago.
Kek Lok Tong
Kek Lok Tong was built in 1970’s and also known as “Cave of Great Happiness”, set in a huge cave behind Mount Rapat. This cave is younger than Sam Poh Tong, plus can be accessible through Gunung Rapat. The specialties of this cave are the collection of bronze statues of Buddha and Bodhisattras that carved their silent and meditative philosophies in the front cave.
In 1959, 5000 years old Neolithic rock paintings were discovered at Gua Tambun in the fringe of Ipoh. They were believed to be etched by the early dwellers of the Malay Peninsula. Maybe the drawings are unsophisticated, but the artists demonstrated the ability to paint and draw vividly and realistically.
Mount Cheroh located in Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia. In the mountains there are caves and temples. Among them is the Temple of Arulmigu Subramania specific adherent to Hinduism among Indian community of Malaysia. It is the only lime stone hill shined with light at night.
Perak Tong is the only temple in Ipoh that you can see 40 Buddha statues and a 12.8 meters statue of sitting Buddha at the centerpiece of the temple. Beyond the main alter of the temple, there is a passage leading into the interior, where mystical mural painting and Chinese calligraphy decorate the cave walls which were masterpiece by famous artists from all over the world.
Gunung Lang (Eagle Mountain)
The picturesque Gunung Lang recreation park boasts a breathtaking views of limestone hills and lakes. Feel the stress of city living roll off your shoulders as you stroll along a 2km long broad walk over a swampland, man-made waterfalls that cascade at a top of a limestone hill, a viewing tower and a playground.
The Banjaran Hotspring Retreat
The Banjaran Hotspring Retreat is an integrated luxury wellness and spa retreat in Tambun. The 5-stars retreat is situated on a 16.59 acre valley nestled within a cluster of towering limestone hills and features a combination of natural caves, pristine jungle, waterfalls and geothermal hot springs.