Pasir Salak Historical Complex
Pasir Salak Historical Complex is a charming museum of Malay traditional buildings, which are situated 50 km south of Ipoh along the Perak River. In 2004 it was officially opened to the public as the Pasir Salak Historical Complex. Now all seems calm, but this was not always the case because Mr J.W.W. Birch, the first British resident of Perak was assassinated in 1875.
The Pasir Salak Historical Complex is also to commemorate the brave warriors who fought and risked their lives for our country. Among these warriors are Datok Sagor and Datuk Maharajalela. Special memorials are erected in their honour. The complex is situated along the banks of the Perak River and is often used as a venue for river-related activities. The Historical Time Tunnel is the main attraction of the complex as the important events of the Malays and Malaysia are highlighted.
36800 Kampung Gajah, Perak
9.30 am - 5.00 pm (Sat - Thurs)
9.30 am 12.15 pm / 2.25 pm - 5.00 pm (Fri)