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|The State Mosque was constructed in 1888 by a Yemeni Arab merchant by the name of Habib Hassan. This mosque was proclaimed as the Pahang State Mosque because Kuala Lipis was the capital of Pahang before Kuantan|
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Lumut is a small town in Perak, on the west coast of Malaysia, almost exactly halfway between Kuala Lumpur and Penang. It is the gateway to the island of Pangkor.
Although Pangkor is less well-known than Penang, Langkawi, and Tioman, the Perak state government is making efforts to promote it as one of Malaysia's main tourist destinations. It is a popular local resort and can get very crowded at weekends and on public holidays, however the beaches are almost empty during the week. It has some of the west coast's prettiest and most tranquil beaches, authentic Malaysian fishing villages that have changed little in 50 years, and some great local food (especially the seafood).
Kuala Lumpur - very frequent departures (several per hour at peak times) between 07:30 and 01:00 - about 4 hours.
Ipoh - frequent departures (at least one per hour) between 09:00 and 19:00.
Butterworth/Penang - several departures daily - about 5 hours.
Other destinations with direct or semi-direct service (may go via another town, but no change of bus) include: Alor Star, Johor Bahru/Singapore, Kangar, Kelang, Kota Bharu, Kuala Perlis, Kuala Terengganu, Kuantan, Malacca, Muar, Seremban, Sungai Petani, Termeloh. For many longer-distance routes, both daytime and overnight services are available.
From the Lumut pier, ferries depart regularly to different parts of Pangkor Island. First departure from Lumut is at 07:00, last at 20:30. First departure from Pangkor is at 06:30, last at 20:30. Departures are at 30-45 minutes intervals, depending on the time of day, and the crossing usually takes no more than 45 minutes.
You can take a taxi or rental car from Kuala Lumpur or Penang (guarded car parks are available if you have your own car).
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