Greater Ipoh

Perak Tengah

Taiping

Kuala Kangsar

Teluk Intan

Tanjung Malim

Manjung / Lumut

Perak Tengah

Manjung / Lumut

Pangkor Island



Manjung

The district of Manjung is located in the southwestern part of Perak. The area is renowned for Pangkor Island, a significant attraction in Perak as the base to the Royal Malaysian Navy (TLDM) Lumut Naval Base and Dockyard. Dinding used to be part of the British Straits Settlements Colony.


Teluk Senangin

Teluk Senangin

Teluk Senangin is about 30 km from Sitiawan. Teluk Senangin Beach has white sand and blue seawater. Here, tourists have the chance to see the breathtaking scenery of the Straits of Melaka and Pangkor, particularly in the evening. In addition, this beach is frequently visited by anglers and is popular with the organisation of fishing competition programs.


Lumut

Lumut is a seaside town in Manjung District about 84 kilometres from Ipoh and 12 kilometres from the town of Sitiawan, and it was the main gateway to Pangkor Island. It is well-known for its seashell and coral handicrafts. This once-unknown fishing hamlet has now become the Royal Malaysian Navy’s home base and the location of Malaysia’s largest naval shipbuilder, Boustead Naval Shipyard. In Malay, lumut signifies moss, lichen, or seaweed. The beach was originally named Lumut because it was thought to be abundant in moss.


Segari Turtle Sanctuary, Lumut

Segari Turtle Sanctuary, Lumut

This is where you'll find Malaysia's green sea turtles. If you happen to be in Perak, you can't afford to miss this incredible place. This site is the result of measures taken by the Malaysian Government to provide a natural habitat for green sea turtles, as only 7 species remain. This sanctuary is home to these turtle species that are slowly extincting. These include the Leatherback, Gray, Hawksbill, and Olive Ridley Turtles. There are also turtle displays in the sanctuary that provide a lot of knowledge about the turtles.

Location:
34900 Lumut, Perak
Opening Hours:
8.00 am–1.00 pm / 2.00 pm–5.00 pm (Mon-Thur)
8.00 am–12.15 pm / 2.45 pm–5.00 pm (Fri)


Teluk Batik

Teluk Batik Beach is located near the towns of Lumut and Sitiawan and offers views of Pangkor Island. With clear blue waters and soft sandy beaches, this spot is ideal for getting away from crowds. The beach is located in a beautiful bay with headlands rising at either end and topped by a jungle. It is also lined with coconut palms and other trees, providing some shade and creating a tropical atmosphere.

eluk Batik