Unveiling Tasik Cermin 2

A Landmark Moment in Perak's Eco-Tourism Evolution

by Anne Das

In a historic moment for Perak’s eco-tourism landscape, Tasik Cermin 2 was officially inaugurated, beckoning explorers and nature enthusiasts to a unique haven of natural wonders. Building on the success of Tasik Cermin’s initial venture, the launch of Tasik Cermin 2 marks a significant milestone in Perak’s tourism promotion for 2024.

Tasik Cermin’s journey from an abandoned quarry to Malaysia’s First Eco Adventure Quarry Park is a testament to the transformative power of environmental restoration. Initiated by the visionary collaboration between Majuperak Holdings Berhad (“MHB”) and Sabah Tea Garden (“STG”), Tasik Cermin has consistently attracted a growing number of visitors, reaching a remarkable milestone with over 75 thousand visitors in December 2023.

Tuan Syed Agil Syed Hashim, CEO of MHB, expressed the commitment to continuous improvement, citing the surge in visitors as evidence of their dedication to enhancing the region’s development. The success of Tasik Cermin paved the way for the development of Tasik Cermin 2, promising a new chapter in eco-tourism.

These eco-friendly boats patiently await guests for a quiet journey through the Tasik Cermin 2 tunnel. Experience nature’s wonders with a minimal environmental footprint

The utilisation of low-carbon battery-powered boats aligns with Perak State Government’s environmental sustainability goals, showcasing a commitment to preserving the region’s natural beauty. Tasik Cermin 2 stands as a beacon for responsible tourism, providing an extraordinary experience while respecting the delicate balance of the ecosystem.

Clr. Datuk Ahmad Hariri on behalf of Mayor of Ipoh, commended the collaboration between MHB and STG, expressing confidence that Tasik Cermin will become a must-visit destination. He highlighted the park’s potential to elevate Perak’s tourism industry, offering world-class products. Deputy Minister Khairul Firdaus emphasised Perak’s standing as a premier destination, highlighting  ongoing efforts and strategic implementation by the State Government.

Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts, and Culture, leading the inauguration of Tasik Cermin 2, surrounded by distinguished VIPs—unveiling a new chapter in eco-tourism excellence

Key figures present at the inauguration included YB Tuan Loh Sze Yee, Chairman of the Tourism, Industry, Investment, and Corridor Development Committee, Datuk Redza Rafiq bin Abdul Razak (CEO of Perak State Development Corporation cum Chairman of Majuperak Holdings Berhad), En. Muhammad Aminuddin bin Abdul Majid (Director of MOTAC Perak), En. Alvin Wan (Director of Tasik Cermin Ipoh Sdn Bhd), and En. Ng Seong Ping (Director of Tasik Cermin Ipoh Sdn Bhd).

VIP’s and guests alike, enjoying a scenic boat tour through the mesmerising tunnel of Tasik Cermin 2, captivated by the beauty that nature has to offer right here in Ipoh.

Tasik Cermin 2 invites visitors to discover the allure where nature and adventure converge. The park, once an abandoned quarry, is undergoing transformation into an eco-adventure destination, boasting shimmering mirror lakes, towering cliffs, and fascinating caves. Visitors can anticipate a myriad of attractions that showcase the park’s commitment to providing a unique and sustainable adventure.

Discover the allure, embark on the journey, and be part of the eco-tourism revolution:-

Location          : Tasik Cermin Ipoh, Gunung Rapat, Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia.
Opening Hours : 9:00 am to 6:00 pm daily.
Entrance Fee  : RM5 per person for adults.
(Additional RM25 per person for boat rides on the lake)
Contact          : +605-533 9399

Tasik Cermin 2 sets the stage for a new era in Perak’s eco-tourism. The commitment to continuous improvement, environmental sustainability, and collaboration showcased in its evolution serves as an inspiration for responsible tourism practices and should be commended.

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