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Perak

Perak, the fourth largest of 's thirteen states in area, after Sarawak, Sabah and Pahang, is on the west coast of the . Its capital is .
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Nestled within steep limestone hills on the west coast of , has the proud heritage of a former tin mining boom town.

Island is in , on the west coast of peninsular Malaysia, about 100 km west of and halfway between and .

is a town in state, . The name is made up of two Chinese characters 太 and 平.

is the royal town of . It was here that the first rubber tree was planted in the then Malaya, by the English botanist Henry Nicholas Ridley.

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is a small town in , on the west coast of Malaysia, almost exactly halfway between and .

Belum-Temenggor is in of . Belum Temenggor is the largest rainforest in the Malay Peninsula.

is a town in , . It is the center of Hilir Perak district and the third largest town of Perak state.

Laketown Resort is an eco-tourism destination in , near the towns of Semanggol and .Most of its attractions are located by a lake.

is a town in , . Train - there is a train station in the outskirts of town.

Perak

  • Location: , , ,
  • Population: 2,260,000
  • Abbreviation: PRK
  • Latitude of center: 5° or 5° north
  • Longitude of center: 101° or 101° east
  • Elevation: 352 meters (1155 feet)
  • GeoNames ID: 1733041

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