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Kuala Kangsar

The town of Kuala Kangsar isn’t only known as the Royal town of Perak - but it is also home to the Labu Sayong. Perak’s royal history and heritage are housed at Istana Kenangan, a former royal residence that was constructed without even a single nail in its structure.

Ubudiah Mosque

Ubudiah Mosque, Kuala Kangsar

Adorned with gold and Italian marble domes, the Ubudiah Mosque creates a dramatic tapestry against the Kuala Kangsar landscape. This magnificent structure is one of the most stunning mosques in Malaysia.

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It was built under the order of Sultan Idris Murshidal Azam Shah after his recovery from illness in 1913, but the Sultan unfortunately never lived to see it completed. Make sure to dress appropriately if you want to enter the mosque!

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Location:
Jalan Istana, 33000 Kuala Kangsar, Perak
Phone:
+6011-1769 6364


Take Photos At Victoria Bridge

With the development of Instagram, this place is now quite well known. It is dubbed as one of the most Instagrammable places in Perak. Constructed in 1897, this bridge was named after the then ruling queen, Queen Victoria to commemorate her Diamond Jubilee year.

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The bridge is also one of the oldest bridges in Malaysia which crosses the Perak River at Karai, connected western Malaya to Penang, which was also used to transport tin ore before it was closed in 2002.

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Location:
Victoria Bridge, Kampung Kapor, 31050 Enggor, Perak

Victoria Bridge

Istana Kenangan

Reminisce at Istana Kenangan

Istana Kenangan, or the Palace of Memories, was formerly the residence of the royal family of Perak. The well-preserved palace acted as a place for royal ceremonies. It was also used for funeral preparations, known as Istana Mayat (Palace of the Deceased). It was later renamed Istana Kenangan (Palace of Memories) by First Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman and has been housed in the Perak Royal Museum since 1986.

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The architecture of Istana Kenangan is the embodiment of traditional Malayan craftsmanship. The wooden building was constructed with all sorts of iron nails, while the walls are woven with wicker wood and embellished with impeccable carvings. The palace has a distinctive shape that resembles a sword in its sheath.

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Location:
Istana Kenangan (Istana Kuning), 33000 Kuala Kangsar, Perak


Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery

The Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery was formerly known as Istana Hulu which combines Asian and European architecture. The gallery focuses on the history and accomplishments of Perak’s Sultan, Sultan Azlan Shah. It also includes information on the Sultanate of Perak’s history and trails, as well as photographs and vehicles, including gifts given to the Sultan and Sultanah by heads of state from around the world.

Location:
Jalan Istana, Bukit Chandan, 33000 Kuala Kangsar, Perak
Phone:
+605-777 5362

Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery