Friday, May 4, 2012

Taiping – Kuala Sepetang - Bukit Merah 2 Day 1 Night Tour

Taiping – Kuala Sepetang - Bukit Merah 2 Day 1 Night Tour
Minimum 2 persons RM300 per pax
Pick up at any destinations or hotels near Taiping.
Tour as per itinerary.
2.00pm            Pick up
3.00pm            Matang Tin Ore Musuem
4.00pm            Tea Time : Prawn Mee
5.00pm            Mangrove Park
6.00pm            Kuala Sepetang Heritage Trail
7.00pm            Sunset and Seafood Dinner
8.00pm            Fireflies Trip
10.00pm          Night Safari
11.30pm          Check in at hotel (SentosaVilla, Fleminton, SSL Traders, CasaVilla)
8.00am             Pick up at hotel
8.30am             Charcoal factory
10.00am           Rice factory
11.00am           Lunch at Local Malay Restaurant.
12.00noon        Fun at Bukit Merah Water Park
4.00pm             Send off

Not included: Hotel Room

Kuala Sepetang is a coastal town located  15km from Taiping, Perak, Malaysia. The town was formerly known as Port Weld after a former Governor, Frederick Weld. It is a thriving fishing village, and the main jumping-off point to the river mouth community of Kuala Sangga, which is a Chinese fishing community at the river mouth which specializes in fish breeding in cages.  The first railway in Malaysia was built in 1885 from Taiping-Simpang Halt-Port Weld.

Charcoal factory in Matang (Kuala Sepetang) is located right in the middle of a spectacular mangrove forest. Mangrove forest is an important part of the ecosystems around the world and in Malaysia there is fortunately quite some left.
Mangrove Park is part of the Matang Mangrove Forest Reserve and  is well known
internationally as a mangrove conservation area. It is fame for the best managed mangrove forest in the world. 

Taiping Lake Gardens is the first public garden established during the British rule in
Malaysia. This beautiful garden is located near Bukit Larut and within the town center and the Taiping Zoo. Join optional tour.

Taiping Zoo: Taiping Zoo is the oldest Zoo in Malaysia. It is one of the major zoological
parks in Malaysia. It has 34 acres (140,000 m2) of space and exhibits various animals such as amphibians, mammals and reptiles to sum up a total of 1300 animals of 180 species.

The Muzium Perak (Perak Museum) is the oldest museum in the Peninsula. The building was completed in 1886, and subsequent additions were made in 1900. There are three collections - anthropology, zoology and local history - with a total of over 3,000 artifacts.

 Weekdays – only with prior arrangement.
 Rates are subject to change without prior notice.
 Booking at least 1 day before departure.
 Booking operation hour : 09:00 – 17:00
 Pick up at Hotel : 08:00