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by liz price
Lenggong town is located on the Kuala Kangsar-Grik road. It’s 45km from the Kuala Kangsar exit on the North South highway.
The Lenggong Archaeological Gallery is open daily except on Hari Raya Aidilfitri and Hari Raya Aidiladha. It closes for Friday prayers. Admission is free.
Kota Tampan and Bukit Bunuh sites are located in the same area as the gallery. The other archaeological sites, both open air and cave, are located just north of Lenggong. The caves are more for archaeological interest and have little appeal for adventure caving.
There are few choices for accommodation in Lenggong. There is a rest house, which is rather run down, and a few small hotels on the main road, plus the Tasek Raban chalets south of town.
Lenggong town has several restaurants which serve its famous freshwater fish and fish balls.
Alternatively you can get fish dishes at the restaurants near the Raja Nazrin Bridge, or the lesser known Kampung Baru Ayer Kala, north of Lenggong.
Looking around Lenggong
Sitting on a treasure trove
The rock star is coming
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