Apart from the many great golf courses in Perak, this popular destintion for Malaysia golf holiday goers offers a diversity of attractions including the royal town of Kuala Kangsar where the wooden Royal Museum was built without any nails; the historical town ofTaiping with 31 ‘firsts’ and its beautiful Lake Gardens; the capital city of Ipoh with beautiful period architecture, the kilometre long Tempurung limestone cave; Teluk Intan’s leaning clock tower: and Pangkor Island with its internationally acclaimed Pangkor Laut Resort.
Golf Courses in Perak
Recommended Golf Courses in Perak
When planning on holiday, Malaysian will choose to go all the way up north for a change of scenery. This holiday, why don’t you redirect your vacation and head to Taiping in Perak in Peninsula Malaysia for a change.
Sanctuary…A word that evokes visions of tranquility, calm, peacefulness and harmony with nature.An escape, a retreat, a place of refuge. This is the essence of Clearwater Sanctuary, a must for any Malaysia golf holiday...
Other Golf Courses in Perak
Located in a valley 5,000 feet above sea-level, Cameron Highlands Golf & Country Club offers a round of golf in fresh mountain air, just three hours-drive from Kuala Lumpur. Opened in 1952, the course was calved out of the virgin forest in the Malaysian Highlands.
Designed by Mohamed Kamel Yassin, Meru Valley Golf Resort is a 27-hole championship resort that opened for play in 2001. With three distinctive 9-hole tracks (Valley, Waterfall and River), any combination can be combined to create an 18-hole round, although arguably Valley and Waterfall are the best combination.
Cascading streams run through both the front and back-nines, creating several fairway crossing and flanking water hazards. Beyond the par-4 13th green, although hidden from the golf course, is a waterfall that gives the back-nine its name. This well maintained and nicely presented course includes many excellent and challenging holes
Royal Teluk Rubiah Country Club is designed to be a year round holiday resort. It is about 13 kilometres south west of Lumut, between Sitiawan in the east and Pangkor in the west. Teluk Rubiah is one of Manjung's best kept secret, with it's white sandy beaches. The resort features idyllic views of the beach and the surrounding hills and has been in operations since April 1996 and is one of the most unique golf courses in Perak