Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Resort, Batu Gajah

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Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Resort
a row of chalets

Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Resort
inside the chalet

Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Resort
living room

Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Resort
another view of the living room

Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Resort

Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Resort

Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Resort
bathroom with jacuzzi

Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Resort

Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Resort
another view

As you can probably see, this post does no justice to the resort known as Clearwater Sanctuary. For more information, especially on membership rates and subscription, chalet rental or dining promotions, check out the website of Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Resort.

Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Resort
Add: Lot 6019, Jalan Changkat Larang, 31000 Batu Gajah, Perak Darul Ridzuan.
GPS Coordinates: N 04 29.015′ E 101 3.457′

Tel: 05-3667433
Fax: 05-3667434


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With love

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7 thoughts on “Clearwater Sanctuary Golf Resort, Batu Gajah

  1. I bought the full membership since the beginning at 18k.

    After so many years, I was told is worth nothing if you want to sell the membership.

    I fell cheated!

  2. Hi SH, we are facing the same problems. Wanna sell but no buyer. Maintenance fees have to pay monthly, even though we never step in the resort.

  3. The management of this place should mention the history of this place. For example, Malayan Tin Dredging Limited Dredge no. 6 had its last dredging operation here, before been dismantled. Those lakes were made by this dredge and others. Dredge no. 6 was the last of the 6 dredges of MTD. MTD of course was the pioneer tin mining company to successfully launched the tin dredge in this country, and at one the largest producer in the world. And I am happy to note my father once work in this dredge no. 6 from 1946 till about 1965(?). Sadly at clearwater there was only a general note of tin mining in Perak only, but not its local history!!! Well I suppose that’s how much weight you give to local history…for visitors to appreciate its past history.

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