Lanno Valley Directed to Temporarily Close

Simpang Pulai – Lanno Valley, another limestone cave eco-tourism product, has been directed to temporarily close following inspections by the Perak Land and Mines Office (PTG) and the Batu Gajah District Council (MDBG).
Teh Choon Keat, the Executive Director of Lanno Valley, stated that the temporary closure order was issued in response to safety concerns raised by visitors.
“It is worth noting that no adverse incidents involving visitors have occurred during our operation.
“Previously, one of the nearby quarry companies complained with the authorities, expressing concerns that the route to Lanno Valley, which has been in operation for the past five months, poses risks to users, particularly during rock-breaking activities.
“I agree with the temporary closure order in the interest of visitor safety and await the decision from the MDBG Planning Permission (KM) to resume operations,” he told Ipoh Echo/Peraktastic here today.
Lanno Valley is located approximately 12 kilometres from the city of Ipoh. It is a new eco-tourism product managed by a private company.
In addition to showcasing the uniqueness of limestone hills and the natural beauty of Lanno Valley, it also offers various adventure activities such as flying foxes and ATV rides.
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