Situated in the northern region of the Malaysian Peninsular, Pasir Salak is better known for its opposition against British rule which culminated in the killing of J.W.W Birch, the first British Resident, on 2nd November 1875. Only 70 km south of Perak's capital city of Ipoh, along the Perak River, is Pasir Salak Resort and Pasir Salak Historical Complex. This beautiful resort is an ideal destination for the Malaysian – cultural holiday seekers as well as an opportune hideout from the daily routine.
Each of the 50 suite chalets consists of two rooms, with a balcony that affords a panoramic view of the Perak River as well as glorious sunrises and sunsets. Beautifully decorated with the comfort of guests in mind, every chalet is air-conditioned, colour TV and coffee / tea making facility. Enjoy your ideal tropical holiday by relaxing at the poolside soaking up the sun, with our staff ever ready to cater your every need.
The resort is built among the Malay Kampungs or villages to provide a homely environment. A chance to get away from the busy town and high buildings to a green and cultured environment.
Pasir Salak Resort is equipped with various facilities and amenities for the comfort of all guests, such as:
- Fully air - conditioned rooms
- Swimming Pool
- Conference / Multipurpose Hall
- Seminar and Workshop Rooms
Amongst the various activities lined up for guests of The Pasir Salak Resort are:
- River Fishing
- Traditional / Post-Natal Massage
- Boat Cruise along the Perak River
- Kayaking / Rafting and other water sport activities
- Hiking in the forest
- Swimming across the river