Kuala Gula


Kuala Gula is a mangrove estuary that houses a fishing village, nature resort and bird sanctuary about 50km west of Taiping in Kerian district. A popular bird watching spot for raptors, the locals subsist on tourism, cockle farming, fish cultivation and producing dried shrimp paste (Belacan). The surrounding wetlands also host an official rehabilitation programme for the endangered milky stork.

To get there, follow Jalan Kamunting Lama (route A2) from Taiping town and turn right to route 1 at the cross junction before the North-South Highway exit. Follow the road to another cross junction and turn left to Kuala Kurau/Gula (route A100). Go straight and turn left at the exit signboard to Kuala Gula Bird Sanctuary (route A195) where the road meets its end near the resort.