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Tanjung Tualang Tin Dredge No. 5, Batu Gajah
(1.6/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Open for visitors for a fee of RM2 now, but cannot go on the platoon, because the tin dredge slant a side. 
  • This Tanjung Tualang Tin Dredge No.5 (TT5) is the last remaining dredge in the world! This dredge is floating on pontoon. The length of the pontoon is 75m, just slightly longer than B777-300. When I t...  more »
  • Sadly one of of the only intact survivors of what once made Perak and Malaysia so wealthy until tin prices crashed in the 1980's. You will require a car to get to this location and there are no altern...  more »
Google
  • Another famous place 'closed' after I visited lenggong arkeologi muzium. Yet got a chance to watch her from distance by signing a letter of indemnity , of course with a minimal fee. Love the way she staying strong, will be closed for one year for preparation to visit malaysia year 2017 perak
  • Excellent way to understand the tin mining work here. They do not make over preservation on this giant machine, so you can actually see the real condition. But more explanation on how it works will be better.
  • The remaining of mining heritage of Kinta valley! Seems like something is going on with this attraction , a major facelift maybe?
  • The area was closed during hari raya season, very disappointed.
  • Well preserved tin ore mining ship, Ship No. 5 (5 of it total shipped from UK to Perak). Heritage location, give us pictures of our country's tin ore mining history.