Muallim, Malaysia · 4 hotels available
No 73,74,75, Taman Intan Setia, , Tanjung Malim, Muallim, Perak, Malaysia, 35900
16A, 17A, 18A, Taman Bernam Baru 2/1, Taman Bernam, Tanjung Malim, Muallim, Perak, Malaysia, 35900
No.1, JALAN BAHTERA 18, TAMAN BAHTERA , Tanjung Malim, Muallim, Perak, Malaysia, 35900
Tingkat 1, No 11, Jalan Wawasan Dagangan 2, Bandar Behrang, Tanjung Malim, Muallim, Perak, Malaysia, 35900
The Tanjung Malim railway station is one of the oldest Malaysian train station situated at the northeastern side and named after the town of Tanjung Malim, Perak. The station was first constructed in 1900 and served as the halt for the intercity trains. On June 1, 2009, the final stop in the Rawang-Tanjung Malim shuttle service (formerly known as the Rawang-Kuala Kubu Bharu shuttle service) was opened to the public.
The station, unlike the four other stations along the shuttle route, is situated along three railways with three platforms. It's only similarity with the other stations on the shuttle route is that it also contains facilities normally reserved for medium-to-large stations along three or more lines. The station also provides both Komuter and ETS services. In addition to ticketing facilities and basic amenities, the station contains facilities for administrative occupants, as well as a kiosk and an additional footbridge for pedestrians.
The station also includes low-tech support for disabled passengers. Tanjung Malim railway station can also be accessed by exit northeast into a branch road that leads west into the town centre of Tanjung Malim.
From Kuala Lumpur city centre, it takes around an hour and 15 minutes to reach Tanjung Malim Railway Station by using North-South highway whereas another 30 minutes from Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
There are two types of train services provided by Malayan Railway Berhad (KTMB) to get to Tanjong Malim train station which are KTM Komuter/KTM ETS and KTM Intercity. These train services are mostly from Kuala Lumpur train station.
This attraction was developed by Tanjong Malim District Council and has become a popular spot for visitors around Malaysia. The main feature of this place is the hottest temperature which is 104ºC. Most visitors love to boil eggs and soak their feet in the pond. This pond is also an attraction for any expeditions crossing the Titiwangsa Range from Raub Pahang. These upper falls have several tiers and many pools for visitors. The entire place is serene and surrounded by lush forests and the water is beautifully clear and greenish in colour. There are activities to do here such as swimming, fishing, as well as jungle/waterfall trekking which can be arranged for guides with the resorts. Visitors can also ride vehicle off-roading journey past lakes, vegetable plantations, up and down hills, and wade a stream a short trek to the Lata Manik waterfall. Orang Asli refers manik as rain and this waterfall is an isolated place and acts as to preserve the beauty of the cool and crystal clear waterfall. Visitors are reminded to be safe and wear proper shoes due to the slippery rocks, as well as sloped and muddy terrain.
Hotel Sahara Inn, Tanjung Malim is located in the Ulu Bernam area of Tanjong Malim (Selangor) and nearby Lembah Beringin Golf Resort. With 57 rooms to offer, they are furnished with basic amenities such as free toiletries and coffee maker. Besides that, Hotel Sahara also has many facilities and services for convenience and comfort of guests. For instance, there are a 24-hour front desk, car park, family room, restaurants and ATM/cash machine.
Situated in Kalumpang and around 11 kilometres from Hospital Kuala Kubu Baru, Adelia Hill Farm is an ideal place to stay and enjoy the amazing scenery of mountains. All rooms feature a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. Besides that, there are also a kettle, seating area, dining area, balcony and complimentary water bottle and toiletries. Apart from that, there are airport transfers, bike hire and car hire and variety of recreational facilities including fishing, garden.