The first human wave of migration to the East is postulated to begin 150,000 years ago from Africa through the Red Sea (80,000 years ago), Yemen, Indian subcontinent, the Malay Peninsula (61,000-70,000 years ago), Australia and spread elsewhere.
Identity of the Perak Man, 10,000-11,000 years ago (Lenggong Museum, Perak).
Apparently, the remains of the Perak Man show deformities of skeletal structure.
Recorded history of later migration from Yunnan that reached the Malay Peninsula c. 4000 years ago.
Settlement at Harimau (Tiger) Cave, north Perak (green square).
The aborigines, Orang Asli later day inhabitants.
Orang Asli cave dwellers.