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RISDA Eco Park , Ulu Slim Perak | Malaysia

RISDA Eco Park is located in Batang Padang District , Mukim Slim . Traveling from Kuala Lumpur to Eco Park RISDA Ulu Slim Estate takes about 1 hour 30 minutes via the North-South Expressway , exit at Tanjung Malim . The distance from Tanjung Malim to RISDA Eco Park is about 30 km . And from Ipoh about 1 hour 45 minutes via the North-South Expressway , the exit at Slim River . The distance from Slim River to RISDA Eco Park is approximately 23 km . In RISDA Eco Park Icluded Staycation , rugged activities such as riding ATV vehicles , Jungle Tracking and 'Fyling Fox' run by experienced supervisors . And also the white water rafting , mountain bike's , fourwheel drive , water tubing , paintball and more . The facilities provided at RISDA Eco Park are as follows :  - 20 units of cabin that can accommodate 120 people , equipped with basic amenities such as bed (6 beds / cabin) , air conditioning , fan and toilet (in cabin) . facilities such as , Gazebo , resting / p

Ipoh - Gopeng - Batu Gajah - Kampar - Pasir Salak - Tanjong Malim , Perak | Malaysia

Vol.3 #Part 1 - This Episode , Colors of Lives Travelogue Exploring to the Sorthern part of Perak Covering Six District among are Ipoh - Gopeng - Batu Gajah - Kampar - Pasir Salak - Tanjong Malim . Colours of Lives Travelogue Malaysia is organised by or Newly named Borakita.Media and supported by Tourism Malaysia . And Special thanks to Perodua Msia , Wangi World Malaysia , Canon Malaysia , 888tea for being our sponsors . We gather at Kelana Jaya LRT on 8AM while waiting for other to arrive , Thank to Perodua Malaysia that makes our journey smooth and comfortable on the road . I'm lucky enough to test driving and Review the all new Perodua Myvi 2018 by take this cutie for the Travelogue Journey In Perak to took as far as 739km . Read More...... WTF !! - Where's The Food!!! Ipoh Old Town White Coffee , Jalan Tun Sambanthan The Old Town Kopitiam is located on Jalan Tun Sambanthan in Ipoh old town and near to Padang Ipoh . This Old Town Kopitiam is bea

Summit Signature Hotel , Slim River | Malaysia

Summit Signature Hotel Slim River is a 9-storey hotel strategically located at the crossroads of Slim River Toll Highway . The hotel features 65 guest rooms including 7 Executive rooms and 2 Conference rooms with complimentary Wifi throughout the hotel premises perfect for both leisure and business . The location of the hotel is strategically located just beside of the Slim River main street and also Located in the heart of the town center where many eateries such as mamak , malayu , thai and shopping malls such as econ save and other shops such as baju kurung dan Kedai Eco RM2 . It's so easy to spot . Doesn't need to drive away just looking for a hotel . Hotel also contained café where they can organize meals cater for the group of guests especially for banquet and conference . The rates for Standard King / Twin Room is RM 94Nett and Executive Room is RM 158Nett . For more information you can view their website at or contact at +605

Kampung Kubu, Tanjong Malim | Malaysia

Tanjung Malim , alternately Tanjong Malim is a town in Muallim District , Perak , Malaysia . It lies on the Perak-Selangor state border , with Sungai Bernam serving as the natural divider . Today , "Tanjung Malim" usually refers to the territory under administration of Tanjung Malim District Council or Majlis Daerah Tanjung Malim (MDTM) , which includes the smaller towns adjacent to the town such as Proton City , Behrang , Sungkai and Slim River . "Tanjung Malim" is lately also referred to the Old Town and New Town divided by the KTM Komuter rail at its heart , from which the town grew . Commuter train services from Tanjung Malim started on 1 June 2009 . An early settlement nearby Sungai Bernam is named Kampung Kubu (Fort Village) . The Bugis community planted jambu fruit trees along the river bank . As population grew overtime , the area is referred to as Kampung Jambu . A mosque is also built to cater its Muslim community. During a visit by a British Stra