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Kampung Pasir Salak
36800 Kampung Gajah, Perak

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Pasir Salak Historical Complex - Walking distance

Dato' Maharaja Lela's Fortress - Walking distance

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Labu Making Workshop, Kg. Gajah - 4 km

This traditional workshop is located just 4 kilometers away from Pasir Salak Resort . Its call to fame is the cottage industry of making water vessels called labu sayong. Dark, gourd-shaped jars with lid made from river clay. After being fired, the vessels are darkened using rice husk, causing the outer skin to appear dark and shiny. Labu Sayong is able to keep drinking water cool and fresh. Today, there are other wonderful handmade products that are made from river clay as well. Table lamp, pottery and ect.

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Pasir Salak Mosque, 1875 - Walking Distance

Litar Dato' Sagor (motorsport track) - 6km

Track Dato’ Sagor is a track that is suitable for any motorsports event. Located on the island just beside Sungai Perak (can see clearly from the resort). The length is 1.138 KM. Width is 10m for drifting section and for drag/sprint there is 606m straight with 14m width track. Complete with a grandstand to accommodate 300 person. For futher info, contact :

Peter : 012-5877341 / 0194628181

E-mail : This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Felcra Paddy Plantation,Changkat Lada - 10 km

Enjoy the beautiful scenery of paddy fields at Changkat Lada.

Leaning Tower of Teluk Intan - 30 km
One of the Teluk Intan's attractions is a Leaning Tower erected in 1885 by a Chinese builder, Mr. Leong Choon Cheong. It started to tilt four years after its construction finished due to an underground stream. The tower had a clock at the top, and still rings every 15 minutes now. The clock tower was originally used as a water tower, supplying water to the town area, while also reporting the time to all townfolks. It had also served as a beacon to guide ships into Teluk Intan Port. Currently it is a local tourist attraction, and no longer stores water. The area around the tower was paved with bricks and became a plaza.

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Batu Tenggek (Sitting Boulder), Teluk Intan – 30 km
Another attraction is the 'Batu Tenggek' (Sitting Boulder) which is situated at a junction in the town centre. The rock was believed to be placed by a British soldier and was a size of a matchbox. Over the years, the small rock grew bigger until it reached the size of a boulder. This boulder is now part of a local war memorial built to commemorate World War I and World War II .

Teluk Intan Golf Course - 30km

Par: 72      Restaurant
Holes: 18   Swimming Pool
Meters: 6,130   Tennis & Squash Courts
Gymnasium   18 Bay Driving Range
Clubhouse   Pro-Shop

The River Terrapin Breeding Project - 30 km

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The Last 'Kapal Korek', Batu Gajah - 40 km

Kellie's Castle, Batu Gajah - 50 km

This unfinished castle was the brainchild of William Kellie Smith, a Scottish rubber tycoon during the late 19th Century. Located in Batu Gajah, the castle though commonly referred to as Kellie's Castle is often spoken of as Kellie's Folly.

Gua Tempurung, Kampar - 50 km

Gua Tempurung is located at Kampar, Perak. Concealed within this limestone massif is an intricate system of caves of various dimensions honeycombed inside the limestone hills. These caves are actually a breathtaking gallery of stalagmites and stalactites and other amazing rock formations which are superb speleogical wonders found only in this part of the world.
The cave meanders under the limestone hill and forms a tunnel of wondrous and endless rock formations that runs from east to west, nearly 2 km in length.