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Kampar River also known as Sungai Itek is located 20 minutes away from Gua Tempurung and a mere 26 km from Ipoh town, it offers Grade I to III rapids which is a popular white water rafting destination in Gopeng, Perak.

Kampar River also known as Sungai Itek is located 20 minutes away from Gua Tempurung and a mere 26 km from Ipoh town, it offers Grade I to III rapids which is a popular white water rafting destination in Gopeng, Perak.

Whitewater rafting at Sungai Kampar, only 15 minutes from Ipoh in Perak and 2 hours from KL, is an exhilarating experience that anyone can enjoy! Known as Malaysia's best river for recreational rafting, this rafting trip has it all. From the excitement of tackling large rapids, to enjoying the serene beauty of a gentle paddle through lush rainforest, this will be an invigorating day spent at one with nature.

Whitewater rafting at Sungai Kampar, only 15 minutes from Ipoh in Perak and 2 hours from KL, is an exhilarating experience that anyone can enjoy! Known as Malaysia's best river for recreational rafting, this rafting trip has it all. From the excitement of tackling large rapids, to enjoying the serene beauty of a gentle paddle through lush rainforest, this will be an invigorating day spent at one with nature.

WHITE WATER RAFTING KAMPAR TOUR in GOPENG PERAK Malaysia | RIVERBUG - Discover Sabah, Borneo With Us!

WHITE WATER RAFTING KAMPAR TOUR in GOPENG PERAK Malaysia | RIVERBUG - Discover Sabah, Borneo With Us!

Labu Sayong, traditionally used to store water and food

Labu Sayong, traditionally used to store water and food

Rumah Rehat Adeline, Sg Itik, Gopeng >>> http://rumahrehatadeline.com/index.html

Rumah Rehat Adeline, Sg Itik, Gopeng >>> http://rumahrehatadeline.com/index.html

A woman pours water on a statue of Buddha at Jingang Jing She Temple in Ipoh, Malaysia.

A woman pours water on a statue of Buddha at Jingang Jing She Temple in Ipoh, Malaysia.

Pangkor Island and Pangkor Laut, Malaysia  These two islands, on the north-west coast of Malaysia, were highlighted for their beaches, Dutch colonial ruins, temples and fishing villages.  The islands are low-key tourist destinations popular with domestic holidaymakers and offer a more relaxed alternative to Langkawi.    Read more: http://www.news.com.au/travel/news/hottest-up-and-coming-asian-destinations-revealed/story-e6frfq80-1226270015254#ixzz1pAIJMlUa

Pangkor Island and Pangkor Laut, Malaysia These two islands, on the north-west coast of Malaysia, were highlighted for their beaches, Dutch colonial ruins, temples and fishing villages. The islands are low-key tourist destinations popular with domestic holidaymakers and offer a more relaxed alternative to Langkawi. Read more: http://www.news.com.au/travel/news/hottest-up-and-coming-asian-destinations-revealed/story-e6frfq80-1226270015254#ixzz1pAIJMlUa

Adventure, luxury and nature combine at the 5* Banjaran Hotpsrings Retreat. Set admist the jungles of #Malaysia & surrounded by limestone hills, enjoy cave explorations, jungle trekking and luxury spa treatments.

Adventure, luxury and nature combine at the 5* Banjaran Hotpsrings Retreat. Set admist the jungles of #Malaysia & surrounded by limestone hills, enjoy cave explorations, jungle trekking and luxury spa treatments.

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