- Type House
- Rent Type Entire home
- Bathroom 1 Bathroom
- Bedrooms 2 Bedrooms
- Guest 5Peoples
- Meal 3 Meals & Drink
In this village, there are many homestays (foster families provided) and kampong-stays (foster families not provided). The area provides a scenic view including vast paddy fields, fruit and vegetable orchards, sloping hills and quaint village houses.
Places of Attraction:
Tasik Chenderoh or Chenderoh Lake is a natural lake in Perak, Malaysia. The lake is located near the royal town of Kuala Kangsar and archaeological site of Lenggong.
Sungai Siput is a town and also a parliamentary constituency in Kuala Kangsar district, Perak, Malaysia. Since the recent Malaysian general election of 8 March 2008, this parliamentary constituency is represented by Dr Jeyakumar Devaraj, from Pakatan Rakyat Party, in the Dewan Rakyat, the lower house of Malaysian Parliament. Dr Michael Jeyakumar Devaraj defeated the previous incumbent, Dato Seri Samy Vellu, who had held the seat since 1974.
- In Malaysia, batik cloth is widely used, especially in the fashion area. The process of waxing and coloring fabric is known as 'batiking'. In this way, batik is a material that is traditionally made by utilizing a manual wax-oppose coloring system.
Making Kuih Tepung Pelita
- Kuih tepung pelita is a traditional dessert with white top made up of coconut milk and sugar, and slightly firmer green base which is flavored with pandan,, wrapped with banana leaf. It is one of the most famous Malaysian desserts you must try!
There are many Malaysian traditional games that you can play when you decide to enjoy this package;
– One of the most famous traditional games in Malaysia.
It is a game of mathematics played by womenfolk in ancient times.
To play it, you must have congkak board and guli (marble)
• Tarik Upih
– It is a game of speed. A team consists of a person seated on the upih
(flower sheath of nibong palm) and another person who pulls it.
• Boling kelapa
– It is a modified version of the real bowling game.
Coconut is used as the ball and plastic bottles are used as the pins.
Fishing with Traditional Method
- Malaysian traditional fishing in mud method is by catching the fishes using hands. It is called ‘Menggagau ikan’. People in the ancient times usually catch fishes in the mud of paddy field during dry season. Besides that, bathing or playing in the mud also give many benefits such as draw out impurities from the skin, exfoliate dead skin cells and helps to relax sore muscles and joints.
There are many industrial activities to visit in the village.
• Rubber Tapping – It is a process by which latex is collected from a rubber tree. Guests can try to tap the rubber with the guidance from the villagers/homestay organisers. Don’t miss this one in a lifetime opportunity!
• Visit the village’s small and medium industries – Learn how to make chips, frozen food, traditional food and many more!
• A visit to stingless honey bee farm (Madu Kelulut) - For centuries honey is known to be the enemy of diseases. The health benefits of eating stingless bee honey regularly include anti-ageing, enhanced libido and immune system, fighting bacteria and treating bronchial catarrh, sore throat, coughs and colds. Grab your opportunity to observe the bee farm with your own eyes!
$ 23.52 / per night (for person)
Cancellation PolicyModerate: Full refund 5 days prior to arrival
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