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Private Tour: Full-Day Ipoh Old Town Food Tour from Kuala Lumpur
"Meet your guide at KL Sentral railway station in Kuala Lumpur and board an express train to begin your full-day tour. The 2.5-hour train ride takes you north to Ipoh; once a thriving commercial center during the tin-mining boom of the 19th century the charming town now serves up local favorites at food stalls food courts and restaurants.Start your culinary adventure with a stroll through Ipoh’s streets in search of breakfast. Follow your guide on foot and savor the best food available from Ipoh sar hor fun (rice noodles served with sweet sauce) to melt-in-your-mouth kaya puffs (flaky pastry filled with egg jam).On a short heritage walking tour visit historical buildings constructed during the British colonial era. See landmarks such as the Ipoh Railway Station the stately Ipoh Town Hall — built across the street in 1916 — and the Birch Memorial Clock Tower.Take a break and sip a cup of Ipoh’s freshly brewed aromatic white coffee before heading 3 miles (5 km) north of town to Gunung Lang. This recreational park features a gorgeous lake situated amid limestone outcroppings. Located a short distance away is Perak Tong
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Gua Tempurung Cave Exploration from Penang
"We start with a early morning drive across the Penang Bridge and proceed on an overland drive to Gopeng a rustic town located in Perak and meet up with nature guide for our briefing at the assembly point. We then continue on for an exciting 2 hour cave tour guided by the cave ranger. Inside the cave you will be fascinated with interesting rock formations stalagmites stalactites and even patterns on the wall as you go from one chamber to another. After the cave tour we enjoy lunch at a local restaurant and if time permits we have photo stops at the new and old palaces of the Sultan of Perak at Kuala Kangsar before returning to Penang."""
From $120.00
 
Private Tour: Orangutan Island and Mangrove Forest Day Trip from Penang
"About an hour's drive from George Town across the Penang Bridge live some 25 Orangutans in a small island within the lake of Bukit Merah. These protected orphaned primates are undergoing re-habitation program before their release into the jungle are friendly to visitors and enjoy showing off their tree skills. Other visits include the Taiping Lake Gardens one of the oldest and most beautiful parks in the country. Stop for lunch then travel to Kuala Sepetang Mangrove Forest to study different species of mangrove and spot migratory birds and mud crabs. On the way back stop at a nearby charcoal to witness the interesting process of transforming mangrove wood into charcoal."
From $162.00

More Things to Do in Pulau Pangkor

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Bird watching

If you are at Pasir Bogak in the evening, at about 5.30-6.00 pm, you can watch people feeding hornbills at Sea View Resort. The management is kind enough to allow the public into its ground. The...
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Pamper yourself in the Spa!

The Spa Village at Pangkor Laut is the most amazing Spa I have ever seen. It was already considered one of the best in the world! It has a beautiful pool and many massage villas. There are plenty of...
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Relax in beautiful Emerald Bay!

Emerald Bay is the beach postcard of Pangkor Laut. It's a beautiful beach , surrounded by trees . The water is emerald coloured, that's why its name and warm. Delightful! You have to go there by...
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Jungle trekking

Pangkor Laut Resort is located in a rainforest and they arrange trekking trough the forest with the resident naturalist, Mr. Yip. He will take you and guide you, explaining you about the wildlfe,...
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water sport

Lots of things can be done in Pangkor Island. Teluk Nipah offering a lot of water sport and pack with tourist on weekend and school holidays.Snorkeling trip is a must in Pangkor, the boat ride will...
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Teluk Nipah

Teluk Nipah or Nipah Bay is the biggest, if not the busiest beach on Pulau Pangkor. Off Nipah Bay is Pulau Giam and Coral Bay, where visitors can snorkel and enjoy the coral outcrops in the shallow...
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Snorkelling

Pulau Pangkor has several areas for you to spend time enjoying the marine life. You can go snorkelliing at the popular Coral Beach at Coral Bay and next to Pulau Giam. Tour operators at Teluk Nipah...
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Mini Great Wall of China

The mini Great Wall of China is situated on the side of a hill beside the Foo Ling Kong Temple. It's actually a short wall built to resemble the one in China. The wall starts close to the temple and...
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Foo Ling Kong Temple (of Pulau Pangkor)

This is a popular tourist destination, even for those who don't come to worship here. You can find numerous rock paintings, a garden and the Little Great Wall of China.Admission is free but if you...
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Batu Bersurat or Sacred Rock

Just a stone's throw away from the Dutch Fort lies a huge boulder the locals refer to as "Batu Bersurat" or the Sacred Rock or which literally means "the stone of inscriptions". On the rock is an...
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Dutch Fort

The Dutch colonised Malaya for over a hundred years and the Dutch Fort is one strongholds constructed but now only the foundation is left behind. Originally built in 1670, it was abandoned after it...
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Land Tour

Once you are here in Pangkor, some may suggested you to do a Land Tour trip. As for me and my team, this trip is an average trip/activity. Not many places being bundle in this trip. By doing this...
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Go Round The Island

Rent a bike and go round the island.Motorbike rental is very cheap. The friendly guy at the Pangkor Jetty will offer his motorbike to you at RM 10 per hour. Negotiate and it might come down to RM 5...
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Do the spa

These spa treatments will send you into a state of absolute bliss.TRADITIONAL SPA EXPERIENCE Half day MYR 650*Choose from 4 different Half-day Packages, each encapsulating the therapies and treatments...
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Top Hotels in Pulau Pangkor

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Lot 15 Pasir Bogak, Perak, 32300, Malaysia
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Teluk Nipah, Perak, Malaysia
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Teluk Belanga (Golden Sands)
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Teluk Belanga, Perak Darul Ridzuan,, Pangkor and Perak, Pangkor, Perak, 32300, Malaysia
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