Skeleton, fireflies and prawn noodles - discovering Perak as an archaeological tourist

Lenggong is home to the Lenggong Valley, a Unesco world heritage site for archaeology. ST PHOTO: RAM ANAND
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LENGGONG, PERAK - Malaysia has begun efforts to promote archaeological tourism in its lesser known towns, where visitors are introduced to conservation or historical sites while sampling local culture.

I got a taste of this when I spent five days in three towns in the north of Perak - Lenggong, Taiping and Kuala Sepetang - in June.

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