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RM 280.50 psf (built-up)
713 sqft / 66.24 sqm (built-up)
2 Beds 2 Baths
Listed on Jun 13, 2014
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|Loan Amount (80% of price):||RM 160,000|
|Effective Interest Rate:||6.6%|
|Term of Loan:||30 years|
|Monthly Payment:||RM 1,022|
Kampar is a town in the state of Perak. Founded in 1887, the town lies within the Kinta Valley and located in the newly-created Kampar District, an area rich with tin reserves. It was a tin mining town which boomed during the height of the tin mining industry. There were many tin mines on the outskirts of Kampar during the height of the mining boom. Most of them were established in the late 19th century, flourished in the 1900s, only to stagnate and decline after World War I, with the exception of an exhilarating boom in the 1920s. Most have closed down following the collapse of the industry.
Kampar is well known for its freshwater fishing spots as most of the its surrounding covered by old man made lakes using centuries old abandoned tin mines. There is not just local supermarkets available here in Kampar but there is also a Tesco Hypermarket is being built. Schools and other education facilities are also available in many parts of Kampar.
Kampar express buses which fans out to other locations other than in around Perak is located in the town area. Whereas for Kampar local town bus stops which covers within most Perak towns and other areas within the vicinity is located within walking distance of less than 100 meters from the express bus stop. College buses are also available for pickup service for their students around the vicinity. Besides buses, taxis are also available around the local town bus stop. The Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) has introduced a shuttle train between Ipoh and KL Sentral.