Temenggor Lake - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Temenggor Lake
It is the second largest lake in Peninsula Malaysia after Kenyir Lake in Terengganu. This man-made lake is located south of 1,533 m high Ulu Titi Basah peak. It was created after the construction of Temenggor Dam to generate electric power.
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Attractions Near Temenggor Lake
Hala Bala Wildlife Sanctuary
64.72km from Temenggor Lake
Hala-Bala Wildlife Sanctuary, in Narathiwat province, is made up of two sectors; Hala sector and Bala sector. Hala sector is mountainous and inaccessible, currently completely off-limits to visitors due to the violence in the area. However, Bala sector can be visited with caution and a narrow road through the beautiful lowland forest here makes access easy. It is one of the beautiful places in Narathiwat to spend some precious leisure time.
Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery
97.04km from Temenggor Lake
The gallery is housed at the Ulu Palace building. The building was made from wood carving inspired by the natural plants within the surrounding region. Rock carving was made by craftsmen according to the consent of Sultan Idris Shah I.
Ubudiah Royal Mosque, Kuala Kangsar, Perak.
97.15km from Temenggor Lake
The Ubudiah Mosque is a mosque located in the royal town of Kuala Kangsar, Perak, Malaysia. Its architecture is in the Indo-Saracenic style. It has a central golden dome, and four minarets as well as turrets topped with smaller golden domes.
97.28km from Temenggor Lake
Mount Korbu is the highest peak in Titiwangsa Mountains and the second highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia, standing at 2,813 meters.
98.35km from Temenggor Lake
Merdeka Bridge or Jambatan Merdeka is a major bridge in Malaysia. It is situated in Jalan Butterworth-Sungai Petani at the Penang-Kedah Border on Muda River. It was constructed between 1955 and 1957. The bridge was officially opened in 1957 when Malaya achieved its independence from Britain
Taiping War Cemetery
99.4km from Temenggor Lake
The Taiping War Cemetery is the final resting place for Allied personnel who were killed during World War II, particularly the Malayan Campaign and the Japanese occupation of Malaya. There are more than 850 World War II casualties commemorated in this cemetery, including more than 500 who remain unidentified.