Perak

GopengPerak Darul RidzuanSultanate of PerakPerak, MalaysiaTeja Perak Chepor, Perakethnic minority languagesLower PerakMalaysian side of the border
Perak is a state of Malaysia on the west coast of the Malay Peninsula.wikipedia
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Penang

Pulau PinangPenang, MalaysiaState of Penang
Perak has land borders with the Malaysian states of Kedah to the north, Penang to the northwest, Kelantan and Pahang to the east, and Selangor to the south.
The second smallest Malaysian state by land mass, Penang is bordered by Kedah to the north and the east, and Perak to the south.

Selangor

Selangor, MalaysiaSelangor state governmentSelangor Darul Ehsan
Perak has land borders with the Malaysian states of Kedah to the north, Penang to the northwest, Kelantan and Pahang to the east, and Selangor to the south.
It is on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia and is bordered by Perak to the north, Pahang to the east, Negeri Sembilan to the south and the Strait of Malacca to the west.

Pahang

Pahang Darul MakmurPahang, MalaysiaPahang Sultanate
Perak has land borders with the Malaysian states of Kedah to the north, Penang to the northwest, Kelantan and Pahang to the east, and Selangor to the south.
Geographically located in the East Coast region of the Peninsular Malaysia, the state shares borders with the Malaysian states of Kelantan and Terengganu to the north, Perak, Selangor and Negeri Sembilan to the west, Johor to the south, while South China Sea is to the east.

Ipoh

Ipoh, MalaysiaIpoh, PerakIpoh Barracks
Perak's capital city, Ipoh, was known historically for its tin-mining activities until the price of the metal dropped, severely affecting the state's economy.
Ipoh is the capital city of the Malaysian state of Perak.

Kelantan

Sultanate of KelantanKelantan StateKelantanese
Perak has land borders with the Malaysian states of Kedah to the north, Penang to the northwest, Kelantan and Pahang to the east, and Selangor to the south.
It is bordered by Narathiwat Province of Thailand to the north, Terengganu to the south-east, Perak to the west and Pahang to the south.

Kedah

KadaramKedah Darul AmanSultanate of Kedah
Perak has land borders with the Malaysian states of Kedah to the north, Penang to the northwest, Kelantan and Pahang to the east, and Selangor to the south.
It borders the states of Perak to the south and Penang to the southwest.

Narathiwat Province

NarathiwatMarathiwatBang Nara
Thailand's Yala and Narathiwat provinces both lie to the northeast.
To the south it borders the Malaysian state of Kelantan and Perak.

Federated Malay States

MalayaFMSChief Secretaries to the Government of the FMS
Following Perak's subsequent absorption into the Federated Malay States (FMS), the British reformed administration of the sultanate through a new style of government, actively promoting a market-driven economy and maintaining law and order while combatting the slavery widely practised across Perak at the time.
The Federated Malay States (FMS) was a federation of four protected states in the Malay Peninsula—Selangor, Perak, Negeri Sembilan and Pahang—established by the British government in 1895, which lasted until 1946, when they, together with two of the former Straits Settlements (Malacca and Penang) and the Unfederated Malay States, formed the Malayan Union.

Yala Province

YalaJalorYala Province, Thailand
Thailand's Yala and Narathiwat provinces both lie to the northeast.
Its southern part borders Kedah and Perak of Malaysia.

List of Menteris Besar of Perak

Menteri Besar of PerakMenteri BesarChief Ministers
The head of state is the Sultan of Perak, and the head of government is the Menteri Besar.
The Menteri Besar of Perak is the head of government in the Malaysian state of Perak.

Malaysia

Federation of MalaysiaMalaysianMalaya
Perak is a state of Malaysia on the west coast of the Malay Peninsula.
By the 20th century, the states of Pahang, Selangor, Perak, and Negeri Sembilan, known together as the Federated Malay States, had British residents appointed to advise the Malay rulers, to whom the rulers were bound to defer to by treaty.

Mount Korbu

Gunung Korbu
Perak's Mount Korbu is the highest point of the range.
Mount Korbu (Gunung Korbu) is a mountain in Hulu Kinta, Perak, Malaysia, about 25 km from Ipoh.

Lenggong

Kota TampanArchaeological Heritage of the Lenggong ValleyLenggong Archaeological Heritage Valley
Among the prehistoric sites in Malaysia where artefacts from the Middle Palaeolithic era have been found are Bukit Bunuh, Bukit Gua Harimau, Bukit Jawa, Bukit Kepala Gajah, and Kota Tampan in the Lenggong Archaeological Heritage Valley.
Lenggong (Simplified Chinese: 玲珑; Traditional Chinese: 玲瓏) is a town, a mukim and a parliamentary constituency in Hulu Perak District, Perak, Malaysia.

Bidor

Bidor Town
The significant numbers of statues of Hindu deities and of the Buddha found in Bidor, Kuala Selensing, Jalong, and Pengkalan Pegoh indicate that, before the arrival of Islam, the inhabitants of Perak were mainly Hindu or Buddhist.
Bidor is a mukim in Batang Padang District, Perak, Malaysia.

Perak Sultanate

Sultan of PerakSultanHouse of Perak
The royal capital remains Kuala Kangsar, where the palace of the Sultan of Perak is located.
Muzaffar Syah was invited to rule Perak: he became the first sultan of Perak.

Malayan Emergency

MalayaEmergencyOperation Firedog
In 1959, a British artillery officer stationed at an inland army base during the Malayan Emergency discovered Gua Tambun, identified by archaeologists as the largest rock art site in the Malay Peninsula.
The first shots of the Malayan Emergency were fired at 8:30 am on 16 June 1948, in the office of the Elphil Estate twenty miles east of the Sungai Siput town, Perak.

Gangga Negara

Gangga NagaraKingdom of Gangga Negara
The influence of Indian culture and beliefs on society and values in the Malay Peninsula from early times is believed to have culminated in the semi-legendary Gangga Negara kingdom.
Gangga Negara is believed to be a lost semi-legendary Hindu kingdom mentioned in the Malay Annals that covered present day Beruas, Dinding and Manjung in the state of Perak, Malaysia with Raja Gangga Shah Johan as one of its kings.

States and federal territories of Malaysia

StateMalaysian stateMalay states
Perak is a state of Malaysia on the west coast of the Malay Peninsula.

Manjung District

ManjungDindingDindings
The Sultan of Perak then ceded to the British the area of Dindings and Pangkor (the two now constitute Manjung District) so that the British could suppress pirate activity along the Perak coast where it became part of the Straits Settlements.
The Manjung District is a district in the southwestern part of the state of Perak, Malaysia.

Sang Sapurba

Before her death, she called on the ancestors of Sang Sapurba to take her place, to prevent the royal lineage from disappearing from the Malay Peninsula.
Sri Maharaja Sang Sapurba Paduka Sri Trimurti Tri Buana, also known as Sri Nila Pahlawan, is a figure in the Malay Annals, highly revered as the legendary great ancestor of some of the major dynasties of the Malay world; Singapura, Malacca, Pahang, Johor, Perak, Kelantan, Terengganu and Siak Sri Indrapura.

Pangkor Island

PangkorPulau PangkorPangkor Laut
Although Perak nobles had destroyed the earlier store structure, on orders from the Dutch base in Batavia, a fort was built on Pangkor Island in 1670 as a warehouse to store tin ore mined in Perak.
Pangkor Island (Pulau Pangkor) is a resort island in Manjung District, Perak, Malaysia.

James W. W. Birch

James Wheeler Woodford BirchJames W.W. BirchJ.W.W. Birch
James W. W. Birch was appointed as Perak's first British Resident.
W. W. Birch''' (3 April 1826 – 2 November 1875) was a British colonial official who was assassinated in the Malay state of Perak in 1875, an event that led to the outbreak of the Perak War and ultimately to the extension of British political influence over the Malay Peninsula.

Kuala Kangsar (town)

Kuala KangsarKati
The royal capital remains Kuala Kangsar, where the palace of the Sultan of Perak is located.
The Kuala Kangsar is the royal town of Perak, Malaysia.

Lela Pandak Lam

Dato MaharajalelaDato Maharaja LelaDato Maharajalela Lela
Local nationalist Maharaja Lela and the new monarch, Sultan Abdullah Muhammad Shah II, opposed him, and the following year, in 1875, Birch was assassinated through a conspiracy of local Malay dignitaries Seputum, Pandak Indut, Che Gondah, and Ngah Ahmad.
Dato Maharaja Lela (died on 20 January 1877) was a Malay nationalist from Perak.

Abdullah Muhammad Shah II of Perak

Abdullah Muhammad Shah IIRaja AbdullahSultan Abdullah Muhammad Shah II Ibni Almarhum Sultan Jaafar Safiuddin Muadzam Shah Waliullah
In 1873, the ruler of one of Perak's two local Malay factions, Raja Abdullah Muhammad Shah II, wrote to the Governor of the British Straits Settlements, Andrew Clarke, requesting British assistance.
He later played a prominent role of adopting the Perak's state anthem, Allah Lanjutkan Usia Sultan which was later used as the national anthem of Malaysia.