I know the existing of a place called Batu Gajah, literally means Elephant Stone. You can see the signboard turning to this town from the North-South Highway (E1) in Peninsular Malaysia.
On my way back to Kuala Lumpur, I decided to clear the doubt once for all. What is this stone anyway? We passed by the famous Kellie Castle and dropped by Clearwater Sanctuary.
One can play golf or fishing at Clearwater.
When we started circulating the town, we saw some interesting heritage buildings.
There are easily over 20 buildings that are over century old, and still occupied by local residence.
The 2 traditional Malay houses are actually residence of the railway station master, still in used and owned by railway company.
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