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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Senarai Tempat Pelancongan Menarik Di Perak, Malaysia


Assalamualaikum & salam sejahtera, sebelum ini saya ada menulis entry berkaitan dengan tahun Melawat Malaysia 2014 / visit Malaysia 2014, dan saya ada menyenaraikan senarai kawasan pelancongan menarik di sekitar Malaysia mengikut negeri. Jadi entry yang berikutnya saya akan list kawasan pelancongan menarik di setiap negeri dan info menarik mengenai kawasan pelancongan tersebut. Jadi untuk senarai permulaan, saya memilih negeri kelahiran saya Perak Darul Ridzuan. Jadi jom kita lihat senarai tempat-tempat menarik yang ada di Negeri Perak !



Senarai Kawasan Pelancongan Menarik Di Perak, Malaysia
List of interesting places in Perak, Malaysia 

Perak, one of the 13 states of Malaysia, is the second largest state in Peninsular Malaysia. It borders Kedah and the Thai Yala Province to the north Penang to the northwest Kelantan and Pahang to the east Selangor to the south, and the Straits of Malacca to the west. Perak also is the second most developed state in Malaysia, behind Selangor. The state's administrative capital of Ipoh was known historically for tin-mining activities until the price of the metal dropped, severely affecting the state's economy. The royal capital, however remains at Kuala Kangsar, where the palace of the Sultan of Perak is located.

Royal Belum State Park / Hutan Simpan Belum
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The Royal Belum State Park is a huge park in the northern parts of Peninsular Malaysia. It is part of the even bigger Belum-Temengor Forest Complex (BTFC) that is shared with Thailand. Together with Taman Negara National Park it is one of the oldest rainforest in world, dating back over 130 million years.Belum is a state park and not an officialNational Park. This means that local government is allowed to use the area for production forest and it is open for future development. There are efforts to get the government to gazette Belum as a national park, though up till now only a part of the huge forest is conserved and protected as state park. Belum has the potential to become one of Malaysia's premier eco-tourism destinations, if managed well.

Gunung Lang Recreational Park / Taman Rekreasi Gunung Lang

Gunung Lang Recreational Park, located off Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman (formerly Kuala Kangsar Road), It was opened in October 2000, Covering an area of 30.35 hectares out of which 14.16 hectares consists of the lake, the park is divided into two sections. It is developed around a scenic backdrop of limestone hills of Gunung Lang and Gunung Bilike. The main attractions of Taman Rekreasi Gunung Lang are the man-made cascading waterfall atop a limestone hill, a 2km broadwalk over the swamp and lookout towers.

Pulau Orang Utan 

Pulau Orang Utan or Bukit Merah Orang Utan Island Foundation is located within the eco-friendly getaway of Bukit Merah Laketown Resort, a 7,000 acre freshwater lakeside in Semanggol, Perak. Pulau Orang Utan was formerly known as Pulau Panjang, comprises a vast 35 acre area, 5 acre of which has been set aside as a research centre for these endangered species. At present, there are 24 orang utans, of which 16 were born in the island and 1 was born at BJ island, another island near to Pulau Orang Utan. FYI, the earliest orang utans were brought in from Borneo, making Pulau Orang Utan the first ex-situ conservation in Malaysia.


Bukit Merah Laketown Waterpark

Surrounded by lush greenery and fronting one of Malaysia's largest 7,000-acre freshwater lake, the resort is only a 3 hours' drive from Kuala Lumpur and easily reached just off the Bukit Merah toll exit along the North-South Expressway. The 11-acre Bukit Merah Laketown Waterpark offers many exciting attractions, as the 1st and only Giant Wet Bubble and Boomerang fun-slide in Malaysia, the 1st "Sandy Beachfront" Wave Pool, as well as Water Flume Rides and Body Speed Slides. There's also specially designed children's attractions such as the Kids Adventure River and Perak Mining Pool plus other fun facilities that promise you and your family a thrilling time. Other attractions include the Chairlift that offers you a panoramic view of the lake and the whole resort, a souvenir shop, Surf Shack I and a fast food outlet, Bubbles Family Restaurant.

Lost World of Tambun 

Lost World of Tambun, is an action-packed, exciting adventure with the most thrilling rides and attractions in Ipoh, Malaysia.A theme park located in the historic town of Ipoh, in the middle of the North-South corridor in Perak; and is set in the natural landscapes of Ipoh, surrounded by exquisitely breath-taking limestone features. Whether it’s a weekend of mayhem oozing with family fun or a burst of eco-adventure that you’re seeking, take it all in as you journey through the attractions of the Lost World of Tambun. Seven (7) main elements make up this world of adventure – the Water Park, the Amusement Park, Lost World Hot Springs and Spa, the Tiger Valley, Lost World Petting Zoo, the Lost World Tin Valley and Lost World Team Building Park

Sungai Klah Hot Springs

Sungai Klah Hot Springs is nestled in the serene and lush forest patches, surrounded by hills andLost World of Tambun clear cold mountain streams and rivers. All 6.5 hectares enjoy the scenic view of well-tended oil palm plantation and durian orchard amidst a haven of tranquility. 

Its unique concept of a specially designed free flowing Hot Springs Swimming Pool and Therapeutic Park at the foothill of the Titiwangsa Range 200 feet above sea level is indeed creatively engineered to attract visitors who appreciate the wonders of nature. Families visiting the park can try out the family baths and enjoy the privacy of this special treat. Another popular family activity not to miss out on is the hot springs egg-boiling experience

Bukit Larut  / Maxwell Hill

It was founded in 1884 by William Edward Maxwell, the British Assistant Resident of Perak. Perched at 1250m above sea level, it is the wettest place in Malaysia, with an annual rainfall of over 500cm. Temperature here hovers around 15 degrees centigrade in the early morning and late afternoon, dipping to 10 degrees centigrade at night. 

The Tea Garden House, situated mid-way up the hill, was once the office of a tea plantation. However, when their tea plants did not grow very well here, the British shifted their agricultural endeavour to the Cameron Highlands, where the Boh Tea Plantation is now. All types of Malaysian flowers including the rare giant fishtail palm thrive here. The golden sunflowers grown here are the largest in the country. On a clear day, one can view the peninsular coastline and the Straits of Malacca, sometimes stretching as far as Penang to the north and Pangkor Island to the south

Air Terjun Ulu Kenas

Ulu Kenas Amenity Forest is located in Kuala Kangsar, Perak. Fasilities available include parking, toilet, resting huts, information centre, chalet, stall, hall, prayer hall and hanging bridge, 15 km from Kuala Kangsar Town through Kuala Kangsar-Manong Road and 45 km from Ipoh City. Ulu Kenas Amenity Forest is located in the Bubu Forest Reserve which is a hill dipterocarp forest.

Taman Herba / Herb Garden

The 22 hectares of the Taman Herba (herb garden) was re-launched in June 2009, by the Sultan of Perak, and is nestled along the road to Batu Gajah for those coming from Gopeng, in Perak. Alternatively the gardens are easily accessible for people wanting to visit Kellie’s Castle, or perhaps meandering their way along the back road from Ipoh to Kampar. The turn off to the herb gardens is practically equidistant from the Simpang Pulai and Gopeng exits from the North/South Highway.

The radiantly beautiful (state run) herb garden is exactly what it says it is – a garden full of useful herbs but, more than that, it is also a plant research centre and a repository for Malaysian herb knowledge. Malaysian herbs, traditionally used in treating any number of complaints, including diabetes and high blood pressure, are investigated at the centre to determine the accuracy of ancient claims, which inevitably tend to be proven to be true.

Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery
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Istana Ulu - Istana Kota (Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery), Bukit Chandan, Kuala Kangsar, Perak Built: 1898 to 1903 - Architect: Maurice. The artefacts in Galeri Sultan Azlan Shah are displayed in the Istana Ulu , first occupied by Sultan Idris 1 in 1903 and restored 100 years later. The palace is situated in delightful and well maintained landscaped grounds and the main gallery of the museum displays mementos pertaining to the current Sultan, including exhibits of his early school life, sporting activities, university life and regal happenings.

A subsidiary gallery exhibits cars which the Sultan has owned in the past, including three Rolls Royces. A third gallery displays some of the many of the gifts which have been given to the Sultan during his reign.The gallery is open daily from 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. except on Friday when the hours are 9.30 a.m. to 12.15 and 2.45 to 5 p.m. The website is www.muziumperak.gov.my. There is a small admission fee which is reduced to RM2 each for the elderly (undefined). Please note that shoes have to be removed before entering any of the galleries.


Menara Condong, Teluk Intan

The leaning tower of Teluk Intan is the Malaysia equivalent of the world famous Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy. It is located in the centre of the town of Teluk Intan, Perak. The tower is slanted leftward, similar to the Tower of Pisa. It is 25.5 metres tall and, from the outside, looks like a 8 storey building, though inside it is actually divided into 3 storeys. The tower is located in the center of a square surrounded by Jalan Pasar, Jalan Selat, Jalan Bandar and Jalan Ah Cheong.

Pulau Pangkor / Pangkor Island

Pangkor (pulau means "island") consists of nine islands. Only two of them are inhabited: Pulau Pangkor and Pangkor Laut.Pulau Pangkor is an island off the coast of Perak in north-west peninsular Malaysia, reached by ferry either from the old jetty or from Marina Island jetty both located in Lumut .For the locals the island is famous for the beaches such as Teluk Nipah, Coral Bay, Teluk Belanda and Pasir Bogak. The most famous local product of the island is ikan bilis(anchovies) and other dried fish products that are irresistable to the locals.


Kuala Kangsar today has spread across the gentle undulating lands along the bank to accommodate the growing community but its core and historical part of town still sits quietly on the high grounds by the bend of the river. A familiar structure of a royal town, the royal palace is usually the centre of the town where subjects would later build their homes around, close to the palace. Presumably, many of the subjects that served the courts and the Sultan would have had to be nearby in any event for emergencies etc.

ZooTaiping Night Safari

The Taiping Night Safari is a firtst of its kind in Malaysia. Bathed in lighting similar to moonlight, the beauty and splendour of nature is enhanced. In an effort to maintain the experience of a natural environment, the Taiping Night Safari attempts to display nocturnal animals in natural looking settings. This provides the opportunity for visitors to appreciate and value the treasures of nature while enjoying oneself. 

The Taiping Night Safari is a unique tourism product where animals which are active at night are displayed using special lighting similar to moonlight. Visitors will be ablt to experience this environment similar to wildlife habitats where the sounds made by numerous creatures can be heard. To fully appreciate this experience visitors are required to minimize all sounds, even speech so that the sounds of the night creatures can be heard. Reduced noise will also help to maintain the peaceful atmosphere of the Night Safari. Torchlights and flash cameras are not allowed to be used in the Night Safari as this will disturb the animals on display.

Dutch Fort on Pangkor

The ruins of the Dutch Fort on Pangkor Island are the remnants of an outpost of Dutch attempts to control trade in the Malay peninsula. In the Malay language, the fort is called Kota Belanda. The fort was built by the Dutch in 1670 for storage and protection of tin supplies from the sultanate of Perak. The fort was destroyed in 1690 by the Malays who were discontent with the methods used by the Dutch in obtaining minerals.

Gua Tempurung

Gua Tempurung is a cave in Gopeng, Perak, Malaysia. It is popular among spelunkers, or caving enthusiasts. More than 3 km long, it is one of the longest caves in Peninsula Malaysia. Part of it has been developed as a show cave with electric lighting and walkways and there are a range of tours of different lengths and difficulty. A fine river cave, the river passage runs about 1.6 km through the hill. There are three very large chambers and some spectacular stalactites and stalagmites. There are plans to develop the surrounding area. By the end of 2006 a go kart centre and a horse riding area had opened.


Lenggong Archaeological Museum or the 'Archaeological Museum Charming City' located near the town of Charming City Lenggong, Perak. It is a prehistoric site dating 74,000 years ago. Lenggong town located about 100 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur via the Kuala Kangsar to the CBD. It is the site of the oldest human settlements activities in Peninsular Malaysia. Lenggong Archaeological Museum is also showcasing People Perak, Peninsular Malaysia's oldest population found in the caves in the area are on display there. Frame is dated between 10 to 11.000 years ago, a Stone Age man, from the Paleolithic period.

Kellie's Castle

Kellie's Castle (sometimes also called Kellie's Folly) is located near Batu Gajah, and is about 20 minutes' drive from Ipoh, Perak,Malaysia. The unfinished, ruined mansion, was built by a Scottish planter named William Kellie Smith. According to differing accounts, it was either a gift for his wife or a home for his son.Descendants of the Tamil labourers brought over to Malaysia to work on the mansion still live nearby even now. Kellie's Castle is now a popular local tourist attraction and was used as a setting in the 1999 film Anna and the King and 2000 film Skyline Cruisers

Taiping Lake Gardens
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Built on top of an abandoned tin mine, the gardens were opened in 1880, earning them a place in the history books as the first public garden in then-Malaya. Huge ancient rain trees (“angsana”) line the lake; their branches stretching from one end of the road into the waters across, making the perfect backdrop for couples taking their wedding photos. 

Spread over 64 hectares, the lake has ten scenic lakes and ponds, a Lotus Pool, charming bridges, tracks for jogging and reflexology, all surrounded by tropical plants, flowers, trees and wildlife. For kids, a roller-skating rink, paddleboat rides, and a playground ensure that the outdoors appeal more than the latest video game. Heritage structures surround the lush greenery, including the Old Residency, formerly the home of the Secretary to the Resident, the Raja’s House and army officers’ residences. The nearby Maxwell Hill (Bukit Larut) also makes an ideal place for jungle trekking and camping.


Gua Gendang is a new discovery and is a unique attraction located in the Pengkalan Hulu district in Perak. It is located in an attractive natural location surrounded by the green and the nature of a tropical forest. Gua Gendang is also a historic cave as it was once used as a communist hideout during the Emergency period some 50 years ago. The Gua Gendang Tourism and Recreation Complex, established by the Pengkalan Hulu District Council in Perak, transform the accommodations located on the cave into a peaceful village-like environment. This serene ambiance is further enhanced by a river which runs under the cave approximately 300 feet from the accommodation area and from there, you can witness the Miracle of God's creation blessed on the land. Imagine the challenges and thrills you will experience during the 45 minutes of river exploration in the cave while trekking through the cave, beautifully carved by nature as a result of erosion. You may also choose to traverse the cave and the river for 4 hours to view the beauty and majesty of its 7 waterfalls.

Songkran Festival Kampung Tasek, Pengkalan Hulu

Songkran Festival, also known as the Water Festival celebrated the Thai New Year (or Songkran) is celebrated every year around April 13 to 15 in Thailand, in conjunction with the New Year for most of the traditional calendar used in South and Southeast Asia. Songkran festival falls on the hottest day of every year in Thailand, at the end of the dry season. April is the hottest month in Thailand (temperatures can reach 40 ° C), the foundation day celebrations poured water fun with the others. Initially, the Thai New Year was the beginning of the year in Thailand. Songkran Festival also celebration at malaysia hosted by Siam Society, especially in the state of Kedah, Perak, Kelantan, Perlis and Terengganu


Rahman Hydraulic Tin Ore Mine has been in operation in Klian Intan, Hulu Perak since 1907. The mining company carried out the largest mining activities of hard rock tin ore in Malaysia. The use of hydraulic pumps to extract tin ore into the hearth distinguishes Rahman Hydraulic from other mines. At present, Rahman Hydraulic's tin ore mine is still operating as an open mine. Interestingly enough, it has now become an educational spot for the current and future generation in addition to it becoming a tourism focal point.


Kuala Sepetang

Kuala Sepetang is a sleepy coastal town in Perak. It is about half an hour from Taiping. A hundred years ago, when tin mining areas in Larut and Matang were booming, Kuala Sepetang - at that time called Port Weld - was one of the busiest ports in the region. The port was established in 1877, the year that Taiping became the administrative capital of Perak. One call to fame for Port Weld was that it was the destination for the first railroad in Malaya. The railway connected Taiping to Port Weld, a distance of just about 8 km.Today all the glory is left to the past, and Kuala Sepetang is just a small fishing village populated by Chinese shopkeepers and fishermen. Short distance out of the town is the Matang Mangrove Forest Reserve and Kota Ngah Ibrahim.


#VMY2014
Entry ini ditulis khas menyokong kempen tahun melawat malaysia 2014. 

P/s: Diharapkan dengan entry kali ini, akan memudahkan dan menjadi rujukan bagi anda semua mencari info dan senarai kawasan yang menarik untuk dikunjungi di sekitar negeri perak. Senarai di atas hanyalah sebahagian kecil daripada tempat yang wajib dikunjungi sekiranya anda mengunjungi negeri perak, jadi bagi anda yang mempunyai info / maklumat tambahan mengenai kawasan menarik lain yang tidak tersenarai di sekitar negeri perak bolehlah kongsikan di ruangan komen sebagai maklumat dan rujukan bersama :P

kebanyakkan info dan gambar diambil daripada google, wikipedia laman web tourism negeri & laman web tourism Malaysia - Sekiranya ada sebarang kesalahan atau keliruan maklumat blog www.sobriyaacob.com tidak bertanggungjawab-



Update: Bagi anda yang sukakan bercuti di dalam negara, boleh rujuk link di bawah senarai destinasi perlancongan menarik yang ada di seluruh Malaysia:



59 comments:

  1. Banyaknyeeeeeee tempat best. Paling teringin nak pergi Taiping Lake Gardens. Habis study nak balik perak la x habis explore lagi :)

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    1. he..he.. jagan lupa explore dkat perak..byak tmpat menarik.. tasik taiping alang dah p zoo singah la trus :P

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  2. Ha ah tpt2 kt ats ni sume best....btw sy da follow blog ni...epy blogging!

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  3. Best nyer Perak..untung la jadi orang perak kaya dgn warisan asli :D
    Belum dengan Gunung Lang dah masuk list tahun 2014 .. wiiiii :D

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    1. alhamduliah..memng berbangga menjadi org perak..kaya dgn warisan dan adat..ha..ha..
      owh aku gunung lang tu pun x sampai lg bro.. have fun pergi sana :)

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  4. baru tau ada Gunung Lang Recreational Park kat perak . cantik sungguh tempat tu . topup rhb .

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    1. actually saya pun baru tau gunung lang tu di perak..kalau x wat entry ni memng x tahu la.. rupanya kawasan tu dkat tempat sendiri..selalu dgr nama je....ish..ish.. tq ya

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  5. lama x g lost world of tambun..:)

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  6. Galeri Sultan Azlan tu belum pegi lagi..huhu..

    Sama2lah kita promote negeri sendiri..Perakians united..terlebih semangat pulok..

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    1. oh ya..berbangga menjadi perakian..ha..ha.. amin...
      saya pun x sampai lg..insaallah tahun ni mesti pergi juga :)
      google tadi pemandangan dkat galeri tu cantik sangat :)

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  7. gunung lang,muzium lembah bujang best!

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    1. wow..tempat2 yg wajib dilawati di perak :P

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  8. ingat salah masuk belog tadi.. haha.. tetibe entry jadi bahasa omputeh.. haha..
    Gunung Lang tu saya dah pernah pergi.. memang cantik!

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    1. ha..ha.. itulah gee..malas nak translip plak ke bm..ok la.. senang tourism yg tersesat masuk ke dalm blog ni boleh paham ..mana la tau google cari2 tempat mnarik di perak.at lease boleh dijadikan rujukan :P

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    2. oh, now I see the strategy.. nice move.. hehe.. :p

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  9. aku bukan seorang yang kaki travel tapi so far plan utk 2014 aku akan ke sabah awal mei nanti..rasa tak sabar plak..hehehe

    Regards,
    -Strider-

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    1. jagan lupa bro..lpas ko pergi sabah ko pastikan perak plak next negeri ko pergi serang :P

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  10. hoi, khemain seronok. tak berkelip mata wa der tengok tempat tempat tu! eh, *tetiba jadik tak sopan* sorry2 terpegun sangat. heee :D

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  11. saya suka tempat semulajadi mcm air terjun tu.. mmg best! ^^

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  12. bagus entri ini, lengkap semuanya.. jom cuti-cuti malaysia perak.. :D

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  13. Wow.. Perak mmg bnyk tempat menarik & cantik2.. mmg sesuai utk berjalan2 sekeluarga kan.. T kasih bro Sobri diatas perkongsian info ni.. :)

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  14. Perak memang banyak tempat menarik...ada pulau, ada tinggalan sejarah, ada hutan tropika, ada waterpark dan macam-macam lagi...

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  15. Banyak tmpt boleh pergi rupanya..thanks for the info

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  16. lost world dgn hotsprings best!! study kt perak boleh melawat semua tmpt ni :D

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  17. banyak juga tempat best2,, kena pi ni nanti..tapi nak start practical dah tak lama lagi sobs, busy clerk pesakit jela jawabnye T_T

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  18. huhu, tak pernah lagi sampai tempat2 ni.. =/

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  19. hampir 80% tempat2 ni kak ana dah sampai..maklum lah lahir dan di besarkan di Perak...yg paling bangga Menara Condong Teluk Intan lah kan...kampung halaman..disini selain tpt menarik ..cubalah kenenakan makanannya...good info sobri

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  20. malunya sy ..negeri kelahiran pon blm habis dilawati.. serius banyak tempat menarik yg sy tak tau !

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  21. menarik nih :) walaupun duduk perak tapi bukan semua tempat licha pernah pergi

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  22. byk jugak tmpt2 kat malaysia ni yg boleh kita lawati kan..xperlu habiskan duit nak explore negara org...

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  23. teluk intan kg saya... tiap2 bulan pergi...hehe..... tapi belum sampai lagi ke Gunung Lang, Gua Tempurung dengan Bukit Larut.. insya-allah tahun nie nak pergi lah...

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  24. Rupanya kat negara kita nih banyak tempat2 yang menarik..terima kasih kerana berkongsi

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  25. wuuu tolong bawak tasneem jap! tolong tolong eksaited kemain nak p ni haha! :)

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  26. ika singgah menabung ikea, RHB n churps untuk sobri :)

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  27. teringinnya nak melawat perak, tak pernah sampai mana-mana tempat di perak pun...
    maybe boleh start dengan lost wolrd of tambun..hehe

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  28. well you are the best promote your country like this...hahahaaa...so bila nk p gunung Lang...aku lalu je..tp xpernah nk singgah pon...ahhaaha

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  29. wah banyak tempat rupanya tak pergi lagi ini... kena pergi kalau macam gini

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  30. Banyak juga tempat yang Sha pernah pergi kat Perak ni ye.. =)

    Off topic: Erm, lama kan Sha tak lawat blog Sobri. Masih ingat Sha lagi tak?

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  31. assalam banyak tempat menarik n bersejarah kat Perak ni perlu dilawati...baru ni ke Kuala Gula lihat burung n makan ketam jelumu...

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  32. byk tempat2 yg menarik tapi belum sempat jelajah
    terima kasih

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  33. wahhhhh cantik2 semua...kena masuk list tempat nak di explore ni...tq for sharing !!! :)

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  34. aku sendiri pun x pegi lagi walaupun berada kat perak, jgn lupa lawatlah ke banding lake

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  35. tq.. sebab ada cover Perak.. kalo nak lebih lanjut bleh je ke blog awok....... kebanyakan tempat dalam list mike ni..awok udah cover dan dah pergi.... tq chooo

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  36. 1lg,kuala gula+ketam lembot

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  37. Lost world of Tambun belakang umh je hahaha .. Dh jemu tapi mmg best .. So rugi tau kalo x pegy .. Murah pon murahh .. -Jastira-

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  38. semoga Allah merahmati saudara. terima kasih atas perkongsian ini. sangat bermanfaat.

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  39. Bolehkah anda menghantar semua maklumat di atas kepada saya?
    Ke email saya: carynechoy@gmail.com
    Terima kasih banyak-banyak ye......

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    1. orite..anything u can email me sobriyaacob@gmailcom

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  40. best2...kalau ada sekali dengan budget list kan best..anyway..info ni sangat berguna..sy bookmark je blog ni... :-)

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  41. Boleh la belajar sambil menjelajah kat Perak ni..

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