RM260.00 – RM370.00
2 hours drive from Kuala Lumpur to The Land of Grace, Perak, which was once well known for tin mining, brought great wealth and prosperity to the state. Along the way, we will stop at the local fruit stall where multiple types of local fruits sold.
Largest limestone caves in Peninsular Malaysia. Made up of five huge domes, the well-lit interior boasts elegant formations of stalactites and stalagmites.
Sam Poh Tong –
Temple with impressive work of art with various status of Buddha set among natural stalactite and stalagmites formations.
Kellie’s Castle –
Built in 1915 by William Kellie Smith, an English rubber planter.
Kek Long Tong –
Caves temples with collection of bronze statues and well-manicured garden.
Railway Station –
Of Moorish architecture, an impressive landmark often referred to as the `Taj Mahal’ of Malaysia.