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Places of Interest

Kampar and its surrounding areas offer numerous attractions and activities for those who are adventurous and prefer physical activities.



One can start with a visit to the Kinta Tin Mining Museum. It is a fascinating museum of tin mining artefacts where one of the exhibits dates back 6,500 years. Apart from the display of actual machines and equipment, the museum also showcases a replica of tin miners doing various work including two female dulang (wooden pan used to separate tin ore from dirt) washers and a group of men moving stones and operating a gravel pump. In fact, there are everal more of these figures in the outdoor exhibition area. 




A few minutes drive from Kampar is the Gua Tempurung – the largest limestone cave in Peninsular Malaysia. Believed to have existed since 8,000 B.C., about 10,000 years ago, this 3km-long cave is a haven for explorers and adventurers to explore, walk, climb, rope bridge walk, picnic and a wide range of other exciting activities. Interestingly, part of the Gua Tempurung has been developed as a show cave with electric lighting and walkways and there are a range of tours of different lengths and difficulty. A fine river cave, the river passage runs about 1.6km through the hill. There are three very large chambers and some spectacular stalactites and stalagmites to be found nowhere else.




For the adventure-seeker and adrenalin junkie, Gua Tempurung has a special treat. Its pristine river, snaking its way downstream amidst lush rainforest, provides the perfect setting for white water rafting. With continuous rapids graded from Class I – III, you can challenge your rafting skills tackling them or try tubing along the river or abseiling down the sheer wall of a waterfall.