Pasir Salak is special due to the historical development of Malaysia as an independent and sovereign nation where the original flames of Malay nationalism can be said to have begun. With the assassination of the British Resident of Perak, J.W.W.Birch, sparked a war between the British colonial administration and the Malays. Even though the better-equipped British army prevailed, it is believed by many that it have bring out the fire of nationalism that lead to the declaration of independence from British rule in 1957.
The attraction of the Time Tunnel of Pasir Salak, Perak is an exhibition on the history of Malaysia as well as the country patriotic and nationalistic struggle through dioramas.
[The Time Tunnel of Pasir Salak]
The Pasir Salak Historical Complex is actually located by the banks of the Perak River, and also a venue for river-related activities, apart from being noted for its historical displays.
Exhibits the collection of Malay Krises. The collection is permanently exhibit to enable the general public to appreciate the beauty and unique features.
Pasir Salak is located 70km from Lumut and Pangkor. Without your own transport it is difficult to get there, so take a taxi from either Lumut or Ipoh since Ipoh is also about 70km away.
Friday 8.30am-12.15noon / 2.45pm-5.30pm
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday 8.30am-5pm
Entrance Fee : Adult RM4 Children RM2