Christmas Day set lunch & dinner
Category: Eco Tourism
Bird watching, a passion among nature lovers, took centre stage on the morning of Sunday, September 8 at Taiping Lake Gardens. Nature enthusiasts teamed up with Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) Perak Branch members to spot an array of delightful resident and migrant birds in their natural habitat at the popular park. The participants, both children […]
Foreword It is unfortunate that 13 years into the new millennium, cleanliness is still an issue that continues to haunt us and thus is a cause for concern. It is not enough to just keep our homes or the streets clean, but we have to make a conscious decision to also save and protect the […]
Our tedious 200-km ride from Ipoh was amply rewarded on our arrival at the Banding Lake Jetty. Situated on the western extreme of Temenggor Lake, the jetty is both the entry and exit point for guests of Belum Eco Resort which is located on one of the many islands dotting the lake. With a surface […]
Last February Dato’ Hamidah commented that Perak had a lot to offer to the eco-adventure tourist. She made the comment after officiating the launch of Bukit Kinding’s Eco Adventure Park (BKEAP) Double Zip-Line Flying Fox product
Your getaway to nature and eco-adventure tourism
Mother Nature is kind to Perak and has blessed her with many natural phenomena which some have taken for granted. One such occurrence is fireflies that are found in abundance in mangrove swamps along the coast of the state. Kampong Dew, located to the west of Kamunting along the old trunk road, is essentially a […]
Perak, the land of grace, is truly blessed with mesmerizing nature trails. Anyone can be spoilt for choice when it comes to the splendour of nature. Certain towns like Simpang Pulai, which lies 10 km away from Ipoh, has its own laid back charms too. Famed for crystal clear streams and hot springs flowing along […]
The hour-long ride from Ipoh to Tasek Raban was most exhilarating, as the journey took us past rustic kampong houses on stilts and on the ground interspersed with dense virgin forests that stretch up into the cloud-covered highlands.
The Roots, a resort dedicated to eco-tourism on the banks of the Kinta River in Tanjung Rambutan, had their first intake of visitors from the German European School in Singapore recently.
Ian Anderson continues his exploration of Belum-Temenggor.