Breakfast in the hotel.
Morning we descend from Cameron Highlands and proceed to Kuala Lumpur. En-route brief city tour of Ipoh, including photo stop Ipoh Railway Station, The Padang and St. Michael’s Institution. From here we take a drive to Kellie's Castle near Batu Gajah, these unfinished, ruined mansion was built by a Scottish planter called William Kellie Smith.
From here we visit the last remaining of Tin dredger in Malaysia – Tanjung Tualang Dredge No. 5. Built in England in 1938 by F.W.Payne & Son which, at that time, was a major design engineering company in bucketline dredges. Tin dredges work by scooping up bucket loads of tin-bearing soil at the front end, which then passes through an oscillating drum and a system of jigs and screens to extract the tin, before spewing out the waste material at the rear end through a number of chutes.
From here, we take drive to Kuala Selangor, passing through countryside pass by Sekinchan, is the main rice-bowl of Selangor. It is the highest rice production per acre in Malaysia. Visit the paddy fields, processing plant and museum. Before we continue, we stop at local fishing village to see the way of life.
Next visit Kuala Selangor Nature Park which covers approximately 800 acres of Mangrove forest. Home for 156 species of birds, mudskippers, silvered leaf monkey, leopard cat and king crabs. En-route we stop at local pottery marking cottage industry. Known for its traditional pottery making using only a traditional spinning potter’s wheel, his pot formed beautifully in perfect shape and size.
After tour, we drive to Kuala Lumpur and drop off.
Overnight at Hotel Istana. (Breakfast)