Train - There is a train station on the outskirts of town
Bus - The bus station is in the middle of town with buses coming from Ipoh, Tapah, Teluk Intan, Malim Nawar and towns along the way. Some express buses also make stops here.
Car - Follow the Federal route 1. If you are using the PLUS Expressway, you need to exit the Expressway at Tapah (south of Kampar) or Gopeng (north of Kampar).
Train - Take a train to Ipoh if you can wait.
Bus - Buses take you northbound to Kuala Dipang, Gopeng, Simpang Pulai, Ipoh; southbound to Temoh, Tapah; to the coastal town of Teluk Intan, passing by Mambang Diawan, Ayer Kuning, to nearby town of Malim Nawar.
Kampar is renowned as a food paradise for lovers of Chinese food
Kampar is the origin of Claypot Chicken Rice, Kampar Chicken Biscuit (different from the Bidor Chicken Biscuit), Kampar Bread Baked Curry Chicken
Chinese restaurants - the famous 3: Yau Kee (previously Chat Kee), Kam Ling and Chiew Yin
Food to try: Claypot Chicken Rice Bread baked curry chicken Kampar fishball noodles Kampar beefball noodles Kampar porkball noodles Chee cheong fun Kampar fried kuey teow Beef tendon noodles Lo shi fun