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Kuala Lumpur - Lenggong UNESCO World Heritage Site (Perak) 3 Days 2 Nights Free & Easy Tour (Return)



Kuala Lumpur - Lenggong UNESCO World Heritage Site (Perak) 3 Days 2 Nights Free & Easy Tour (Return)
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-Pick Up & Drop Off: Klang Valley Hotels, KLCC, KL Sentral, KLIA, KLIA2, LCCT, Subang Skypark

-Pick-up time available from 0600am - 0900am

-Recommended tourist spots: Raban Lake, Raja Muda Nazrin Bridge, Lata Kekabu Waterfall, Kota Tampan, Lata Puteh Waterfall, Lenggong Archaeological Museum, Bukit Jawa, Gua Teluk Kelawar, etc

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Kuala Lumpur - Lenggong UNESCO World Heritage Site (Perak) 3 Days 2 Nights Free & Easy Tour (Return)

-Pick Up & Drop Off Locations : Klang Valley Hotels, KLCC, KL Sentral, KLIA, KLIA2, LCCT, Subang Skypark

-Pick-up time available from 0600am - 0900am

-Daily Itinerary start at 0800am and end at 0600pm

-Recommended tourist spots: Raban Lake, Raja Muda Nazrin Bridge, Lata Kekabu Waterfall, Kota Tampan, Lata Puteh Waterfall, Lenggong Archaeological Museum, Bukit Jawa, Gua Teluk Kelawar, Bukit Gua Harimau, Gua Ngaum, Gua Puteri, Gua Asar, Gua Badak, Bukit Sapi, Gua Kajang, Gun Gunung Runtuh, Bukit Kepala Gajah

 

Lenggong Archaeological Museum is located in Kota Tampan, near Lenggong. It is a pre-historical site dating back 74,000 years ago. Lenggong Archaeological Museum also displays Perak Man, the oldest human skeleton found in Peninsular Malaysia in the caves nearby
Lenggong Archaeological Museum

Kota Tampan provided evidence of the first Palaeolithic culture in the country. This site is also used as a reference point for Palaeolithic culture in the region
Kota Tampan, Lenggong

Lata Puteh Waterfall, the third highest waterfall in South East Asia
Lata Puteh Waterfall

Hutan Lipur Lata Kekabu is a Recreational park in the vicinity of Chenderoh Lake. The road to the Park is less than a kilometer off the trunk road from Kuala Kangsar to Lenggong. Following a paved road, you will reach a large car park. From there, a short trail will lead you to the entrance
Lata Kekabu Waterfall

Gua Teluk Kelawar is the cave where Perak Woman was found. Perak Woman is an 8000 year old skeleton, found in 2004
Gua Teluk Kelawar (Lenggong)

Gua Harimau is a prehistoric cemetery located in the Bukit Gua Harimau limestone massif, approximately 10 km from the town of Lenggong. As altogether at least 11 and possibly 12 burials were found in this cave excluding the excavation by Williams-Hunt in 1952 and the recent find it seems likely that this cave was used mainly as a cemetery from the late Neolithic to the early Metal periods
Bukit Gua Harimau (Lenggong)

This site was identified in 1990. It was named ngaum after a tiger (Panthera sp.) was heard roaring outside the mouth of cave soon after it was discovered. Food remains, stone tools and potsherds are evidence of human habitation around 6,000 - 7,000 years ago
Gua Ngaum (Lenggong)

Gua Puteri is a cave within the Bukit Kepala Gajah limestone massif. Interestingly, the limestone formations inside the cave can be taken for sculptures representing a map of Malaysia, a frog, a couple on a wedding dais, an elephant's head, a mosquito net and others
Gua Puteri (Lenggong)

Gua Asar is located within the Bukit Kepala Gajah limestone massif. It sits 78 meters above sea level and is neighbour to Gua Kajang. The cave bears an interesting limestone formation
Gua Asar (Lenggong)

It is believed that the Negrito groups used to inhabit caves and rock shelters or settled along the Perak River. The historical records have them using caves such as Gua Badak,Gua Harimau, Gua Kajang and Gua Dayak as temporary camps while hunting and gathering
Gua Badak (Lenggong)

Gua Kajang is a natural limestone tunnel through the Bukit Kepala Gajah limestone massif. The cave is orientated north-south. It is divided into 3 portions: the front cave, back cave and a small chamber adjacent to the back cave
Gua Kajang (Lenggong)

Overall the valley in Lenggong especially under 72 meters above sea level, dotted with whitish material, known as rock or soil. Actually it is the volcanic dust that originated from the Toba eruption in Sumatra, Indonesia, which was about 75,000 years ago
Bukit Sapi (Lenggong)

There are three entrances to the cave, of which the most convenient approach is through the south entrance. This cave has 3 chambers. The main chamber opens to the north-east. Two smaller openings to the west and south-east have been blocked by rock falls. In this cave the discovery of Southeast Asia's oldest most complete human skeleton, the Perak Man
Gua Gunung Runtuh (Lenggong)

Gua Gunung Runtuh is situated in Bukit Kepala Gajah or Elephant's Head Hill. In the same hill other caves have yielded archaeological remains such as stone tools and food remnants, but no more skeletons. The caves were probably used as temporary shelters as seasonal or hunting camps, whereas Gua Gunung Runtuh was lived in for longer periods
Bukit Kepala Gajah (Lenggong)

Bukit Jawa site has been interpreted as a Palaeolithic tool workshop site on the shores of an island in a palaeolake now long desiccated. The site is generally undisturbed with the cultural layer protected by a thick overburden
Bukit Jawa (Lenggong)

Tasik Raban consists several connected lakes surrounded by pristine greenery
Raban Lake (Tasik Raban)

Raja Muda Nazrin Bridge or Tasik Raban Bridge is the lake bridge in Malaysia. It is located in Lake Raban on Lenggong-Sauk Bypass near Lenggong. Raja Muda Nazrin Bridge spans 742 metres. It is the longest bridge amongst the nine bridges built in Negeri Perak
Raja Muda Nazrin Bridge

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