|Popular hotel||Grand Kampar Hotel|
|Nightly rates from||NZD 18|
is a small town but it have all the things that you need. simple and relax life there, can enjoy and relax at there
Boring town need car to move around. is also place where one can see the last drege ship for tin. admisison in historical sites is free.
A super boring place, if not for a university there, it would have been a dead town. Absolutely nothing to do there, asked staff in hotel and all mentioned the same, this is a small town and nothing much to explore.
Rated the most boring location I have visited.
Kampar is a small town that are full of students and elderly. The night are full of students but once they are in holiday, this is a quiet town.
Is a nature place, not so develop yet, overall it was good to have a look for kampung small town living.
The town is a sleepy hollow. It is a place to get away from it all whereby you will have nothing but the basic amenities.
No huge shopping complexes, no traffic jams, no hustle and bustle of city life. The town is surrounded by tall mountains which provide a misty and cooling morning. Food is rather local and do not expect foreign and international fast food franchises aside from the usual McDonald's. All in all, this is a place to organize a business retreat or just to go and get away from it all.
The market is a must-visit and local food at the market is fantastic! This town still has an old-world charm that is hard to find anywhere else.
An old tin mining town in the state of Perak. Not evry convenient for travellers without their own transportation because it's difficult to catch a bus or taxi.
It's a small old mining town. There is an old part of town and new development. It's a quiet little idyllic town.
take the "Gopeng" branch out from high way, is faster to reach Kampar town. the old restaurants has the best food in town.
like "golden chicken curry pillow".kampar water fall.
It's basically a haven for people to come and relax, enjoy nature and the outdoors and also to find a place to settle down with a family since it's a developing area.
A new International school just opened, a famous University is nearby and commodities are improving.
at kampar, try to eat more meals with small amount. go to the market early in the morning, try out the local 'kuih', cha-yoon (fried-balls), take away sat-keh-ma from the old auntie by the road side.
go to the stretch of food stall, one street away from the wet market. go try some claypot rice and bread-wrapped curry chicken (they are 2 different restaurant though). and save the dinner for some value-for-money local noodle. Then get some good drinks and dessert near the hotel. Go Kampar!