Kuala Lipis Travel Guide

  • Braised rice
    Braised rice
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    Mamak Fried Noodle
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Kuala Lipis Restaurants

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    Self-created kuala lipis tomato noodle 4 more images

    by natalietyt Updated May 15, 2011

    This Seasons Food Stall selling up to 15 types of noodles and rice, the ingredients they are using is those best quality. The owner of the shop were also easy going and friendly. I like the sauce of the "cantonise fried noodle", because i had went to many places to try for the sauce of cantonise fried noodle, but the taste are just so so....But after i try this stall, the taste really so memorable and unforgetable...Besides, if you like spicy food, you can try "mamak fried noodle" or "village fried rice", the noodle are make from local people, you can't even try this type of noodle in other state, the noodle is purely from Kuala Lipis. This stall also received a lot good feedback from foreigner. You won't regret after you try it..i'm sure!!Please do drop by and have you meal there!!

    Favorite Dish: My favourite foods are:
    Mamak Fried noodle
    Cantonise fried noodle
    village fried rice
    claypot noodle
    Self-created Lipis Tomato Noodle

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    • Food and Dining
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    • Backpacking

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    kelah fish... nst

    by chiabh Updated Jun 7, 2010

    The restuarant is noted for its serving of sultan fish or ikan jelawat with tagline "House of Jelawat Fish"... Family owned and managed by the afflable Peter Kuan, the restaurant occupies the ground floor of a 2-storey intermediate shoplot... There is no frills about the restaurant which is not air-conditioned with a few old tables and chairs...

    Favorite Dish: The speciality is of course fish dishes... Besides the ikan jelawat, there is also the popular ikan kelah... One can also giant river prawns... and the various stir fried vegetables...

    A word of reminder, please check the price of fish before you order or you may have to visit one of the bank atm 'to settle your bill...

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  • by freakintough Written Jan 15, 2010

    The fish ( patin) would be either fished from river or its rear in cages in riverside. Definately those fished from river taste amazing but expensive. Would recomend those rear in cages which you can buy from supplier. ( ask the locals). The gravy of the fish from this restaurant is amazing. You dont consider yourself been to lipis before if you never tried these fish. Jus like haggis from scotland but this taste much nicer.

    Favorite Dish: The steam patin fish. Try to get your own fish from outside supplier, it would be cheper.

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Kuala Lipis Sports & Outdoors

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    the fairway... 1 more image

    by chiabh Updated Sep 13, 2008

    There used to be 2 golf courses in Kuala Lipis... The Empang Jaleh Golf Club and the Lipis Valley Golf Club...

    The Empang Jaleh is an 18-hole course with a nice clubhouse... but it has seen better times... Due to a lack of golfers playing the course, it was closed some time ago...

    Check out this website.

    The 9-holes Lipis Valley Golf Club met the same fate and was closed a long time ago... The local told us that because of frequent flooding during the rainy season, it was just too expensive to continue maintaining the course... And also because of the handful of golfers in Kuala Lipis...

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