Perak, Malaysia · 5 hotels available
No.1, JALAN BAHTERA 18, TAMAN BAHTERA , Tanjung Malim, Muallim, Perak, Malaysia, 35900
16A, 17A, 18A, Taman Bernam Baru 2/1, Taman Bernam, Tanjung Malim, Muallim, Perak, Malaysia, 35900
No 73,74,75, Taman Intan Setia, , Tanjung Malim, Muallim, Perak, Malaysia, 35900
Muallim is the latest constituency and the eleventh district of the state of Perak, Malaysia. Located at the southeast part of the state, the district consists of Slim, West Ulu Bernam and East Ulu Bernam. It has just been recently proclaimed as a new district by the present Perak ruler, Sultan Nazrin Shah in 11th of January, 2016 – it is only about a year old since then! The district is named as such as a reference to “muallim”, an Arabic word that carries the meaning of a teacher, which carries a significant meaning considering the Sultan Idris Education University being placed in this district. This university has a long standing of producing a lot of teachers since the colonial era of the country. Prior to the upgrade as an established district, the area is known as Tanjung Malim and is placed under the administration of Batang Padang district. It is expected with the elevated status as a fully-fledged district, the development work will be sped up with the installation of Nor Sham Rahman as its own district officer (DO). The DO is responsible to oversee the projects in the district that are suitable to live up the aspirations of the meaning behind the “muallim” word. In this manner, a plethora of opportunities will not be entitled exclusively to the people at the state capital, but also to the people all over the state, which includes this region.
From Kuala Lumpur International Airport, the best method of transport is by train – you can catch the Express Rail Link (ERL) train which goes to KL Sentral/Bandar Tasik Putrajaya/Cyberjaya/Salak Tinggi/KLIA route. There, you can board the Electric Train Services (ETS) northbound coach and stop by the Tanjung Malim station. Coaches departing from KL Sentral are available from 0700 hours to 2340 hours daily with intermittent gaps around 1-2 hours in between coaches. Schedules are available at the official website of KTM.
Another option is to go directly by bus. From the Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS), you can board the Transnational Express or Sri Maju Express line directly to the Ipoh Amanjaya bus terminal to get started. Then from Ipoh, board a bus directly to Tanjung Malim.
Thirteen kilometres away from the Slim River town, this water spring is amongst the hottest in the country with the temperature being able to scale up to a whopping 104 degrees Celsius. That goes beyond the boiling point! The hot springs are maintained well to preserve the country feeling. There are facilities including overhead walkways, rest stops and even special spots to boil eggs. Moreover, it is free too – no admission fees required. In addition to that, there are white water rafting services provided by the local residents.
From the township, take five kilometres north and you will arrive at the Proton City. Go further in and you shall find the Embayu Lake Garden. This garden contains a man-made lake as well as a lot of facilities and landscaping to captivate the visitors. The recreational area is large and comfortable, with a handful of flora and fauna considering the close proximity of the lake garden to the hillside. A lot of shops are nearby too, making this place ideal for families to have some quality time. It is a good place to organize bonding activities held such as paintball and futsal.
This accommodation is located in Jalan Wawasan Dagangan 2 of Bandar Behrang which is about 6.73 kilometres away from the Tanjung Malim Railway Station. Among the closest attractions include the Condong Monument and Kellie’s Castle. 24-hour reception are available to serve the visitors. The rates are affordable and there are single rooms and rooms for families. In-room facilities are decent which include a cable television and separate show and tub.