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Perak Museum is the Oldest Museum in Peninsular Malaysia

The British began the steps in the construction of this Perak museum building in 1883.

The Uniqueness of the Giant Well in Selama, Perak

What’s interesting on the outskirts of Kampung Bagan Baharu is that there is a giant-sized lake

The Fall of Gangga Negara In Perak

There are some stories of the fall of the Gangga Negara government in the hikayat that has been recorded in the Sulalatus Salatin (Sejarah Melayu).

Al-Ma’unah Incident in Sauk

Perhaps many of us, especially those living in Gerik, still remember the calamities that resulted from the attempt of an armed force to overthrow the government in mid-2000.

The No. 1 Satay of Choice in Bota

Sate Bota or Mustafa Sate Bota are names that are familiar to the people of Central Perak owing to its maintained deliciousness since over 30 years backand the cheapest in the market.

The Abandoned Raja Muda Palace in Teluk Intan

This grand palace was once home to Raja Muda Perak and was also among the royal heritage.

A Mansion Without Nails in Beruas

A mansion which can be seen when we pass through Beruas town. It is located exactly opposite to Sekolah Kebangsaan Beruas, separated by the road.

Why Is There a Tombstone in Kota Lama Kanan Mosque in...

It is not a tombstone to represent a human’s body being buried at the front most saf in Kota Lama Kanan Mosque, rather merely a stone in remembrance of Sultan Mansur Syah 1 which is the 2nd Sultan of Perak from 1549 to 1577, who was said to have vanished while performing Friday prayer in this mosque.

Statue of Buddha Buried In Perak Is Not an Ancient Remnant

Currently, the 30 feet long sleeping Buddha is buried underneath a village in Kampung Senawar, Kuala Kangsar, Perak.

Tok Kaduk’s Curse Started in Lambor, Perak

Based on the story that has been passed down from one generation to another, Tok Kaduk is said to be a man whose ancestor traced back to the Siak royalty located in the Sumatera island in Indonesia. He went on a sail and finally decided to settle in Lambor, Perak.

Bullet Factory in Malim Nawar Left by Japanese

Many people are unaware that there is a village in Malim Nawar named Kampung Tanjung Bangkong which contains a lot of historical treasures especially the coming and the settlement of the Japanese army to Tanah Melayu particularly in Perak.

Kazar’s Journey Before Fame in Entertainment Industry

Most youngsters nowadays do not know that Kazar started in the entertainment industry as a recording artist and he was very popular in the 1980’s.

Facts about Istana Billah in Papan, Perak

King Billah is a rightful heir from the Mandailing Empire whom is both very wealthy and influential. He build a mansion that is known today as the Billah Castle or Istana Billah.

Big and Strange Fish in Sungai Perak

What is your opinion when we tell you that we have large fishes that can grow up to 5 foot human height located here in Sungai Perak?

A Perakian Was the First Malay Actor in Hollywood

That was when his glorious moments sets in as Ibrahim Pendek makes the nation proud by recording a history in Malay filmmaking as he became the first Malay actor to play in Hollywood's film with Rock Hudson and Gene Rowlands in The Spiral Road.

Malaysia’s Longest Serving Prison Detainee in Taiping Prison

Salleh Talib and Jamil Ahmad who were released from prison in 2006 after receiving remission has created history as they had spent the longest time serving as detainee in Malaysia. Their story should be taken as a lesson to us all.

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The Origin of Sitiawan City Name

According to earlier history of how Sitiawan got its name, it was said to be derived from four elephants passing through this village. Suddenly, one of them disappeared from the herd.

The Myth Behind the Letter A for Perak Vehicle Registration Number

Initially, the first alphabet of the vehicle registration number in Perak was not the letter A, but the letter PK.

History of Malay College Kuala Kangsar (MCKK)

The MCKK was established in 1905 by the British on the recommendation of Richard James Wilkinson, a colony education officer at the time.