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Perak Cave Temple

6 Km's North of Ipoh on road to, Ipoh 31400, Malaysia
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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6 Km's North of Ipoh on road to, Ipoh 31400, Malaysia
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

PERAK cave - an oldest cave being develop in ipoh with full of Chinese cultural sense of arts and poem wall writing on the wall in the cave . If you like arts and poem, this is the place .

Thank Awanastay I
Reviewed 5 days ago

As compared to the temple clusters located south of Ipoh, my hubby and I definitely preferred our visit to Perak Cave Temple, which has more to offer and seems less commercialised We had thought the visit will be a relaxing affair so I wore a...More

Thank MummyJY
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Took a lengthy minutes to climb. Beautiful paintings inside and. Not advisable for those with weak heart to climb

Thank Solehah R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Most visitors look for Sam Poh Tong to the south. However, Perak Cave Temple to the north is quite interesting. The cave is large and contain a huge stature of Buddha. It is part of the chain of limestone caves surrounding Ipoh. This temple has...More

Thank Jesse W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Perak cave Temple is a very nice place to pray with calm environment and a nice place to do a hike. Plenty of people come here to pray but tourists who come for sightseeing are very welcome. Even though Ipoh weather is hot, the temple...More

2  Thank Titus D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The temple is one of the most historic in ipoh, i started visit it when i was a kid, every year with my grandmother who now already passed away. It is so well maintain and i like the place where after years, it still tranquil...More

Thank peiwan
Reviewed 11 May 2017

We enjoyed our visit to the Peak Cave Temple, it's history was very interesting. It was beautiful inside where all the gold Buddhas were on display, it was clean and well managed. The monkeys surrounding the cave were well behaved and didn't bother us like...More

Thank John G
Reviewed 10 May 2017 via mobile

This temple is build within a limestone cave, very unique and huge statue of Taoist gods which is very unique. A must see for tourist

Thank WchouseTric
Reviewed 5 May 2017

Visited during the weekend and it is still amazing as it is. Place is clean with many tourists from all around the world

Thank Kid2020
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Well worth the visit except the long walk up the hill to the view. Big caves and big figures of buddas.

Thank Dan L
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Coolbreeze88
More concerns if there are bats within the cave. and monkeys.
15 March 2017|
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Response from wong l | Reviewed this property |
there is monkey but i don c bats
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TonyWaikiki
Hi.. are video recordings allowed in the temple ? I'm a 49 year old Malaysian Chinese Independent film maker and i'm about to start a 2 week SOLO riding trip across our beautiful country.. As a concerned citizen and BEING SICK OF OUR LOCAL POLITICS WITH ALL THE RACIAL OVERTONES, i've decided to make a short film on what it is, THAT MAKES MALAYSIA SO INCREDIBLY AWESOME !!... I'm hoping this video will remind most Malaysian's about not just the BEAUTY of our country but also of it's PEOPLE as well.. Fire cannot be fought with fire and the only way to counter the hatred caused by our Politicians, is with the beauty and pride of our nation.. My video equipment will only consist of a small camera mounted on a Unipod ( single leg) as opposed to a tripod ( 3 legs) and i assure you this will NOT be a hindrance or danger to any other visitors !!.. I will be leaving KL on Sunday or Monday latest and will be riding along the back roads through KKB, Frasers, Tanjung Malim, Tapah, Kampar, Ipoh, Kuala Kangsar, Taiping, Penang, Sungai Petani, Langkawi and will reassess from here... Should hopefully be in Ipoh by Tues/Wednesday (5 or 6th December 2016) Will pay the normal entrance fee, just needing permission for a simple film.. Thank you..
1 December 2016|
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Response from 007KimTeh | Reviewed this property |
Don't think there is a problem on taking video. Just go ahead and be discreet. If you are stop just say sorry l didnt know haha.
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