Pasir Salak Historical Complex
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Kampung Gajah is an area in Perak Tengah District, Perak and has a population of around 7,693 people and covers an area of 59.57 km2.The mukim is also home to Perak's 11th highest peak (1522 metres), Gunung Jelak, which is home to a small Kelantanese-Javanese population. According to the folks, human being, living in Kampung Gajah is a very strange group of people when compared to the human population living in the generals in Malaysia. However, not all the people in Kampung Gajah is strange. Some of them were able to be adopted as a man who has the power of a strange but useful. They are able to change shape into a colorful elephant, able to fly with an elephant on a piece of straw mat, can run 20,000,000 times a stone's throw distance and more. The community at Kampong Gajah mainly comprised of Malay and also Chinese and Indian and the language used is Bahasa Melayu.
From Kuala Lumpur city centre, it takes around 2 hours and 35 minutes to reach Kampong Gajah by using North-South highway.
The historical complex was built in 1990 by the initiative of Tan Seri Ramli Ngah Talib, then Perak Menteri Besar. The complex was officiated by Raja Nazrin Shah on May 26, 1990 and was built in Pasir Salak to honor that the blood of the Malay fighters who loved the country against the greed of the British invaders during The Silver War began to take place here in 1875 after a year the Perak Sultan agreed to accept the advice of the British Resident. Currently, the Department of Museums and Antiquities has agreed to repair the existing structure of the building and add other permanent buildings. The existing building there is the Pasir Salak Mosque, the fortress, three kutai houses and a riverbank. Besides that, the museum houses the display of history of Sand Salak Event and weapons such as Keris, Golok, Sword and Rifle and transportation tools, home furniture, copper tools, clothes and agricultural equipment.
The circuit of Dato Sagor is just a small sized track located in Kampong Gajah, Perak and this place is categorized as a technical circuit with low grip and low speed physical to the tarmac. Malaysian Riders always starts their training at Dato Sagor circuit as this circuit can be a great platform for low budget riders to spend a proper track session at such a low fee and with better safety guarantee than on the open road that so many riders love.
Green Village Pasir Salak Eco River Resort features traditional chalets and located only 30-minute drive from Teluk Intan. The resort is built among the Malay Kampungs or villages to provide a homely and cultured environment. Besides that, it also offers an outdoor pool, a restaurant and free Wi-Fi access in its public areas. Every chalet is well equipped with air-conditioned, television and coffee and tea making facility as well as fitted with a terrace, an electric kettle and a seating area. In addition, the en suite bathroom offers shower facilities and complimentary toiletries and towels. As for recreational activities, water sports facilities, cycling, billiards and darts are available. There is also meeting facilities and a tour desk as well as free parking.
Situated near to town and shopping malls, this hotel features 24 hour front desk, free public parking, and also free WiFi access. All rooms at Lavender hotel have a flat-screen TV and fitted with a private bathroom with a shower along complimentary slippers and free toiletries.