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Screen Location : Jalan Pasir Bogak, Pulau Pangkor, Perak (Nearby Pangkor Coral Bay Resort)

Pangkor Island lies just off the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Foreigners are mostly attracted to the white sandy beaches and clear sea. Many travelers do a bit of sight seeing around the island. There are a few good places to visit such as the Dutch Fort with Tiger Rock, The Chinese Foo-Lin Kong temple, the fishing villages, ikan bilis (anchovies) shops and factories, shipbuilding and more. The LED screen is located near a junction at Jalan Pasir Bogak. It is very easy to noticed by tourist who ride bicycles and motorbikes. The road is not only congested by car drivers and motorists, but also cyclists as well. Cyclists have a greater opportunity to view the LED screen as the speed of riding it is slower in common.

Perak is ethnically, culturally and linguistically diverse. The state is known for several traditional dances: bubu, dabus, and labu sayong, the latter name also referring to Perak's unique traditional pottery. The head of state is the Sultan of Perak, and the head of government is the Menteri Besar. Government is closely modelled on the Westminster parliamentary system, with the state administration divided into administrative districts. Islam is the state religion, and other religions may be practised freely. Malay and English are recognised as the official languages of Perak. The economy is mainly based on services and manufacturing. Perak is located in a tropical region with a typically hot, humid and wet equatorial climate, and experiences significant rainfall throughout the year. The temperature remains fairly constant, between 21 and 27 °C (70 and 81 °F). Humidity is often above 80%. Annual rainfall is about 3,000 millimetres (120 in), the central area of the state receiving an average of 5,000 mm (200 in) of rain. The state experiences two monsoon seasons: the northeast and southwest seasons. The northeast season occurs from November to March, the southwest from May to September, and the transitional months for the monsoon seasons are April and June. The northeast monsoon brings heavy rains, especially in the upper areas of Hulu Perak, causing floods. Little effect of the southwest monsoon is felt in the Kinta Valley, although coastal areas of southern Perak occasionally experience thunderstorms, heavy rain and strong, gusting winds in the predawn and early morning.

General Enquiries : 
​9.00 am - 6.00 pm Monday - Friday
9.00 am - 12.30 pm Saturday (Excluding Public Holiday)

​No. 56, 58, Jalan Ampang, Kampung Masjid,
​31900 Kampar, Negeri Perak, Malaysia.