Planning a day trip to Kampar and that too on Wesak day tomorrow?

There's plenty of unique things to do and see while you're here, so if you're planning a trip here soon, let us help you settle your plans with this easy yet quick Kampar travel guide!

1. Murals At the Ilham Seni Kampar

Ilham Seni Kampar - is a wonderful place to explore the local art scene and appreciate the beauty of Perak's culture and nature. It's always exciting to see how murals and street art can bring life and character to a city or town.

The colorful and vibrant murals showcase the region's unique heritage and natural beauty. Capturing a few Instagram-worthy photos is always a bonus!

2. The New Agacia Town Kampar - DISNEY AVENUE

Rows of 57 pastel-coloured buildings at Agacia Town, or Bandar Agacia, in Kampar, have brick walls, European-style doors, and windows. They all have different facades, which is a fun fact.

The town is occasionally compared to Main Street U.S.A. at Disneyland parks, a feature that showcases early 20th-century American architecture inspired by Walt Disney's birthplace due to how endearing the entire thing appears.

3. Food Hunt At Kampar Food Centre

What's a trip without some good food, right?

The food court offers a range of food stalls, each of which offers a special menu of entrees and beverages, including chee cheong fun, char kuey teow, asam laksa, nasi pulut, and others. It's a terrific spot to grab a fast and delectable snack because the food is prepared fresh to order and the rates are reasonable. Tourists are drawn to this food court by its colorful ambiance and authentic local cuisine.

4. Try the Famous Curry Chicken Bread From Restoran Jia Kampar

That sounds like a delicious and unique twist on a classic dish! Encasing curry within a loaf of bread is certainly an innovative way to enjoy this popular dish. The writer could imagine that the soft and fluffy bread would be the perfect complement to the thick and rich curry, and the combination of flavors and textures would be a real treat for the taste buds.

It's always fascinating to see how traditional dishes can be reinterpreted and transformed in new and exciting ways, and it sounds like Restoran Yau Kee has done just that with their curry bread. The use of bread instead of clay is a clever and practical adaptation that allows for a more accessible and convenient dining experience.

5. Tanjung Tualang Fresh River Prawn

Tanjung Tualang is an excellent choice if you've ever desired to savor unforgettable, lavish, and authentic Malaysian seafood. In and around the little municipality, there are a lot of high-quality seafood restaurants; there are now 13 of them.

Happy holiday, folks!

Source: , Gaya Travel Magazine , Elephants & Mangoes, The Star , TT5Perak