Kinta Nature Park gazetted as a nature reserve


Saarani (third from right) releasing the fresh water fish into the lake during the opening of the Kinta Nature Park. With him are Nolee Ashilin (second from left), Datuk Lee Chee Leong (second from right) and other state officials.

The Kinta Nature Park has officially joined the ranks of Perak’s natural treasures.

Located 6km south of Batu Gajah, it is now Perak’s third state gazzetted park, after the Royal Belum and Pulau Sembilan.

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