Welcome to my hometown. Kampar town is a over 120 years old historically famous for tin mining. Kampar in Chinese word “Jin Bao, 金宝” has a auspicious meaning which implying “Treasure”. Kampar’s growth has stagnated ever since the closure of the tin mines. In spite of this, Kampar is aspired to become a regional educational center in the latest vibrant project: Utar. Thus has made Kampar became a dynamic county in this 21 century .
Reasons to stay in Kampar? Wide assortment of famous tasty local food, simple living, well developed housing estate, good Fung Sui – rich of mountains and water for outdoor activities, friendly neighborhood will sure be the attraction for those who appreciate tranquility and healthy lifestyle.
How to get to Kampar?
By train – There is a train station on the outskirts of town
By bus – The bus station is in the middle of town with buses coming from Ipoh, Tapah, Teluk Intan, Malim Nawar and towns along the way. Express buses from other city such as Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru and Penang.
By car – Follow the Federal route 1. If you are using the PLUS Expressway, you need to exit the Expressway at Tapah (south of Kampar) or Gopeng (north of Kampar).