A few minutes drive from Kampar is the Gua Tempurung Cave complex. Here you can explore the caves, or enjoy climbing, rope bridge walking, picnicing and a wide range of activities. Although the caves have been there for a long while the complex is just finding its feet tourist wise. Many other activities are planned in this area.If you take the...more
Kampar is a central location from which to begin exploring the local area. There is much to offer from castles to herb gardens, golfing and trips to seaside.Pictured here is Kellie's Castle aka Kellie's Folly. Built by William Kellie Smith between 1915 and 1926 but never completed. It is to be found on the road to Batu Gajah from Simpang Pulai off...more
Travel from Kampar back to Tapah and take the old road towards Cameron Highlands.This windy road is lined with stunning scenery all the way up to the very apex of the Highlands.Along this road are two breath-taking waterfalls both very different from each other. The first is the Kuala Woh jungle park, about 13 km from Tapah, with recreational area,...more
Down the road from Kampar, towards KL is Tapah. In Tapah main town the mosque is on the left just over the river bridge and the restaurant is next to the mosque.This restaurant serves one of the largest selections of Malay food I have seen, and that includes many in KL too. The food is still hot if you arrive about 12 noon, and al a carte is...more
Chapati Corner is an authentic North Indian Muslim restaurant situated on the main Tapah to Kampar road on the corner of the road to Chenderiang - hence Chapati Corner. The Chapatis are soft and simply the best around, the rest of the food is a mix of Indian and local but it is the chapatis that this place is famed formore
Prema's South Indian restaurant is about two years old and has grown with the new town of Bandar Baru.The restaurant serves mainly South Indian food this includes various types of Dosa, Vadai, Appam, and Idiappam. Also Puri and a range of curries etc.It is one of the few restaurants which serve Lassi, both plain and Mango lassi.It is a Banana leaf...more
When you visit Kampar, cray pot chicken rice is one of its well known speciality. It is pieces of chicken cook with rice and other ingredient in a cray pot over charocal fire. The flavour draws out your appetitie, the taste make you eat non stop and price make you want to come back for more.Like many small towns all over Malaysia, these are the...more
Never worry about 'No Chickens' in Kampar, if you need chickens, Kamparese have plenty to offer. I took this photo in the town center of Kampar, not that big, I can drive many rounds in this town without getting lost, hopefully when the next time you come here, you can enjoy and have some chickens.more
At the back of Kampar, in New Wah Loong, there is a small industrial area. Here you can find racks of Chinese coiled incense drying in the hot Malaysian sun. Elsewhere there are two small Kopi (coffee) making factories, blending margarine and sugar to the roasting coffee beans to make the unique blend of Malaysian coffee. Local kopi, bamboo and...more
Here I saw a steel shop making steel works and I was thinking probably some tourists might want to buy some steels as souvenir or as art pieces to bring back home as display or show to friends, who knows. To be helpful to tourists, we make sure we never omitted a thing, steel shop is here for you.more
Drive the windy back road from Chenderiang, turning off the main Tapah to Kampar road at Chapatti Corner. through to Kuala Dipang. On the way see Lata Kinjang, the hidden waterfall and later drive through the Sahom highlands and see verdant forests and Senoi villages along the way.
Stop off for a tea tarik and chapattis - some of the best to be had in Perak,at Chapatti Corner, the staff are friendly and the food authentically Northern Indian.
Waterfalls, lakes, rivers and streams - Kampar has them all.Within ten minutes drive out from your hotel in Kampar you can be fishing or having a Bar B Q or picnic beside a river, lake or waterfall.An excellent time out for you and your family to relax and take things easy after your hard work schedule in the town or city.Kampar really is the most...more
Without reading the history, I am quite sure this school was built by the early settlers of this town or probably peoples migrated to this town, it was then ruled by the British, thus built such school and also with some churches around also built quite some while ago before independence of this country, if wrong, please correct me. There is...more
Kampar was once the largest tin mines producing lots of tin and made lots of money. In the 80s the town almost forgotten by peoples due to no business. Nowadays this town comes back again when UTAR university started and the town is now in speedy development. I visited few times but did not stay long just stop for a meal and go without any photos.more