Greater Ipoh

Perak Tengah

Taiping

Kuala Kangsar

Teluk Intan

Tanjung Malim

Kuala Kangsar

Kuala Kangsar

Lenggong Valley

Gerik

Pengkalan Hulu

Lembah Kuala Kangsar is studded with many attractions which have been known to lure travellers into this quaint town.

Labu Sayong

Try a Hand at Making Labu Sayong

Nothing screams Kuala Kangsar the way this humble gourd-shaped black pitcher does. Though people claim that the water stored in a Labu Sayong may have healing properties, the locals store liquids in it to keep it cool. One of the fascinating things you will encounter in Kuala Kangsar is the art of using a wheel throwing machine to make Labu Sayong. In some workshops, you can see how it’s made traditionally, or you can get your hands dirty by making your own.

Location:
Labu Sayong Craft Centre, 33040 Kuala Kangsar, Perak
Opening Hours:
10.00am - 5.30pm (Daily)
Contact Number:
+6017-549 9942


Laksa Sarang Kuala Kangsar

Laksa lovers rejoice. If you’re someone who loves a good bowl of mouth-watering laksa, head over to Warung Telaga Kota Lama Kiri to satisfy your laksa cravings. What makes this laksa stand out? Well, it’s a Northern style Malay Laksa with a twist; an omelette fried to look like a bird’s nest put on top!

Location:
Kampung Kuala Chempias, 33000 Kuala Kangsar, Perak
Contact Number:
+6012-593 4771

Laksa Sarang Kuala Kangsar

Masjid Ihsaniah Iskandariah

Masjid Ihsaniah Iskandariah

The mosque was built in 1936 and funded by the then Sultan of Perak, Sultan Iskandar Shah. He was fulfilling a promise to build a mosque following the recovery of one of his children. The design incorporated some of the architectural features found in his palace, Istana Kenangan. The mosque was in use until 1976 then abandoned and fell into disrepair until the Department of National Heritage restored it in 2008.

Location:
Kampung Kuala Dal, 33700 Padang Rengas, Perak