Malaysia is a colourful country of different cultures and lifestyles, islands and ancient jungles, quaint old towns and swish modern cities. The feather in its cap are the Petronas Twin Towers, the tallest buildings in the world today. The country has a long history and its eclectic mix of cultures – Indian, Chinese, Malay, tribal – makes it an interesting place to visit.

Malaysia is a federation which consists of thirteen states (Negeri) and three federal territories (Wilayah Persekutuan). Eleven states and two federal territories are located on the Malay Peninsula while the remaining two states and one federal territory are on the island of Borneo.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Bukit Merah PERAK Malaysia

Be free to contact below mention person

Rajan (60196504595) or Guna (60176764942) or Vera (60122693410) /
For more details on trip

About Bukit Merah
Surrounded by lush greenery and fronting one of Malaysia's largest 7,000-acre freshwater lake, the resort is only a 3 hours' drive from Kuala Lumpur and easily reached just off the Bukit Merah toll exit along the North-South Expressway.
Being one of Malaysia's premier eco-tourism destination in the northern region, the resort offers a wide variety of excitement with its Waterpark being the main attraction, the only conservational Orang Utan Island in Peninsular Malaysia and the unique Eco Park with its educational walk-in enclosures, where you can experience nature by interacting with some friendly animals.
Bukit Merah Laketown Resort offers a variety of accommodation all at one location. From hotel rooms to serviced apartments, as well as the luxurious 'Kampung' chalets by the lake. For the more adventurous, you can even try out a camping holiday at the lakeside camping ground.

An island dedicated to the conservation of these endangered primates.

No need to travel to Borneo to visit the Orang Utans! We have these primates residing right here!
Tucked away in this 7,000-acre lake, the Orang Utan Island serves as a breeding ground, as well as a research and education center.
You can take the ferry from the main jetty, to view the orang utans in their natural habitat. Upon arrival, you will be taken through a 100-meter steel walk-through cage to come up close and personal with these primates.
In order to increase the population of the primates, as well as to provide veterinary care for the infant Orang Utans due to improper maternal care, an Infant Care Unit (ICU) was specially set up on the island. This is to ensure that they can eventually adapt to the natural environment and have a higher survival rate.

Say Hello To Nature

The 3-acre Bukit Merah Laketown Resort Ecopark houses more than 40 species of birds, reptiles and mammals within our educational walk-in enclosure.
Here, you can enjoy the unspoilt greenery of the rainforest from the jungle boardwalk, feed the animals, have your photo taken with some reptiles and be amused by our animal shows. At the same time, grab a souvenir at our Boardwalk shop.
Or, simply feel the thrill of pedalling the Skycycle as you enjoy a mid-air tour.

The premier Waterpark in Northern Malaysia.

The 11-acre Bukit Merah Laketown Resort Waterpark offers many exciting attractions, as the 1st and only Giant Wet Bubble and Boomerang fun-slide in Malaysia, the 1st "Sandy Beachfront" Wave Pool, as well as Water Flume Rides and Body Speed Slides. There's also specially designed children's attractions such as the Kids Adventure River and Perak Mining Pool plus other fun facilities that promise you and your family a thrilling time.
Other attractions include the Chairlift that offers you a panoramic view of the lake and the whole resort, a souvenir shop, Surf Shack I and a fast food outlet, Bubbles Restaurant.
Bring your whole family over to Bukit Merah Laketown Waterpark for a splashing good time!

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