The 10 Best Things to Do in Kuala Kangsar, Perak

The Kuala Kangsar is the royal town of Perak, Malaysia. It is located at the downstream of Kangsar River where it joins the Perak River, approximately 25 km northwest of Ipoh, Perak's capital, and 98 km southeast of George Town, Penang.

1. Ubudiah Mosque

Kuala Kangsar, Malaysia Sights & Landmarks, Historic Sites
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Ubudiah Mosque

Reviewed By Connoisseur2012 - Ampang, MalaysiaAmpang, Malaysia

Beautiful building

Worth a visit. The architecture is impressive. It has a surprisingly small prayer hall whilst the exterior appears very bug. Remember it is a place of worship, appropriate attire must be worn and shoes taken off if you are going to enter. Children need to

2. Galeri Sultan Azlan Shah

Wisma MPKK | Jalan Taiping, Kuala Kangsar 33000, Malaysia Museums, History Museums
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Galeri Sultan Azlan Shah

Reviewed By Jo-AnnKYTan - Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaKuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Magnificent!

RM4 per entry. Students & Seniors RM2 per entry. An old palace turned into a museum. Beautiful architecture. Fascinating information about Sultan Azlan Shah. Place is very well maintained. Breathtaking memoirs and interesting information to learn about th

3. Victoria Bridge

| Karai, Kuala Kangsar, Malaysia Sights & Landmarks, Bridges
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Victoria Bridge

Reviewed By 663linn

Great photo shooting spot

Learned this site was featured in once famous Chinese movie "The Journey"《一路有你》. As other reviewers mentioned, be careful as the gap is very big. There were motorcyclists riding pass as well. Added bonus when we were there, an ETS train passed by (using t

4. Kuala Kangsar Royal District

Jalan Istana, Kuala Kangsar 33000, Malaysia Museums, Sights & Landmarks, History Museums, Points of Interest & Landmarks More
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Kuala Kangsar Royal District

Reviewed By 676cht

Historical Town

The 1st palace , used as a temporary residence of the Royal family while awaiting for the massive palace to be completed. This palace is completely built out of wood and no nails was used in the building. Superb architecture. Unfortunately not maintained

5. Kuala Kangsar Heritage Trail

Kuala Kangsar, Malaysia Sights & Landmarks, Scenic Walking Areas
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Kuala Kangsar Heritage Trail

Reviewed By leecK9330OU - Sri Kembangan, MalaysiaSri Kembangan, Malaysia

Kuala Kangsar

Center of Kuala Kangsar. Heritage tour at morning with the morning market along the main street. Old buildings & landmarks are around

6. Oldest Rubber Tree

Jalan Raja Chulan, Kampung Penaga, Kuala Kangsar 33000, Malaysia Sights & Landmarks, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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Oldest Rubber Tree

Reviewed By Jo-AnnKYTan - Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaKuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Fat old lady!

Good to take a look if you are in Kuala Kangsar. For a 140 year old rubber tree, planted in 1877, she is very fat but looks real healthy. There are old machines for making rubber sheets placed alongside it. It is situated on the same road as the old Pavil

7. Dataran Vespa

| Kampung Penaga, Kuala Kangsar 33000, Malaysia Nature & Parks
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Dataran Vespa

Reviewed By leecK9330OU - Sri Kembangan, MalaysiaSri Kembangan, Malaysia

Relaxing Paradise

Dataran Vespa is located next to Taman Rekreasi Kuala kangsar, which provides beautiful riverview & greenery scene. Playground is suitable for children. Food court & flea market is just a steps away

8. Pavilion Tower

| Jalan Bendahara, Kuala Kangsar, Malaysia Sights & Landmarks, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Architectural Buildings
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Pavilion Tower

Reviewed By Jo-AnnKYTan - Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaKuala Lumpur, Malaysia

This is the Pavillion!

The Pavillion and the Old Clock Tower different. The Pavillion is located right opposite the Malay College. The Clock Tower is right downtown on a roundabout. The Pavillion right now is at a sorry state. When we were there, workers are reconditioning it a

9. Sultan Iskandar Bridge

Kuala Kangsar 33000, Malaysia Sights & Landmarks, Bridges
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Sultan Iskandar Bridge

Reviewed By leecK9330OU - Sri Kembangan, MalaysiaSri Kembangan, Malaysia

Longest Steel Bridge

Thid is the longest steel bridge, which built by british with great heritage. However, it's not tourists friendly

10. Arena Kuala Kangsar

33000 Kuala Kangsar, Kuala Kangsar 33000, Malaysia Shopping, Flea & Street Markets
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Arena Kuala Kangsar

Reviewed By leecK9330OU - Sri Kembangan, MalaysiaSri Kembangan, Malaysia

Local Shopping Point

The is a covered flea market located next to Taman Bandar. The market is specialist in clothing & textile products. Evening time will be a bit crowded

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