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Gua Tempurung Cave Exploration from Penang
"We start with a early morning drive across the Penang Bridge and proceed on an overland drive to Gopeng a rustic town located in Perak and meet up with nature guide for our briefing at the assembly point. We then continue on for an exciting 2 hour cave tour guided by the cave ranger. Inside the cave you will be fascinated with interesting rock formations stalagmites stalactites and even patterns on the wall as you go from one chamber to another. After the cave tour we enjoy lunch at a local restaurant and if time permits we have photo stops at the new and old palaces of the Sultan of Perak at Kuala Kangsar before returning to Penang."""
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Private Tour: Full-Day Ipoh Old Town Food Tour from Kuala Lumpur
"Meet your guide at KL Sentral railway station in Kuala Lumpur and board an express train to begin your full-day tour. The 2.5-hour train ride takes you north to Ipoh; once a thriving commercial center during the tin-mining boom of the 19th century the charming town now serves up local favorites at food stalls food courts and restaurants.Start your culinary adventure with a stroll through Ipoh’s streets in search of breakfast. Follow your guide on foot and savor the best food available from Ipoh sar hor fun (rice noodles served with sweet sauce) to melt-in-your-mouth kaya puffs (flaky pastry filled with egg jam).On a short heritage walking tour visit historical buildings constructed during the British colonial era. See landmarks such as the Ipoh Railway Station the stately Ipoh Town Hall — built across the street in 1916 — and the Birch Memorial Clock Tower.Take a break and sip a cup of Ipoh’s freshly brewed aromatic white coffee before heading 3 miles (5 km) north of town to Gunung Lang. This recreational park features a gorgeous lake situated amid limestone outcroppings. Located a short distance away is Perak Tong
From $185.00
 
Private Tour: Full-Day Ipoh Old Town Food Tour from Kuala Lumpur
"Meet your guide at KL Sentral railway station in Kuala Lumpur and board an express train to begin your full-day tour. The 2.5-hour train ride takes you north to Ipoh; once a thriving commercial center during the tin-mining boom of the 19th century the charming town now serves up local favorites at food stalls food courts and restaurants.Start your culinary adventure with a stroll through Ipoh’s streets in search of breakfast. Follow your guide on foot and savor the best food available from Ipoh sar hor fun (rice noodles served with sweet sauce) to melt-in-your-mouth kaya puffs (flaky pastry filled with egg jam).On a short heritage walking tour visit historical buildings constructed during the British colonial era. See landmarks such as the Ipoh Railway Station the stately Ipoh Town Hall — built across the street in 1916 — and the Birch Memorial Clock Tower.Take a break and sip a cup of Ipoh’s freshly brewed aromatic white coffee before heading 3 miles (5 km) north of town to Gunung Lang. This recreational park features a gorgeous lake situated amid limestone outcroppings. Located a short distance away is Perak Tong
From $185.00

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Ipoh World at Han Chin Pet Soo

This is a history museum/exhibition which recounts the history of the building known as Han Chin Pet Soo, the Hakka Tin Miners' Club, an organisation 122 years young. The building is fully restored...
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The Kinta River Walk

We had booked into the Kinta Riverfront Hotel for three nights. When we arrived, we found the area in front of the hotel to be filled with colourfully illuminated trees. These are of course fake trees...
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Little India

Spreading out from the bus station and still part of the old town, you can find Little India. I loved this area with its shops selling garlands, shops selling brightly coloured saris, shops selling...
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Station Square

There is a large open square in front of the train station in Ipoh. On one side is the lovely old station building; on another is the new post office behind which is the bus station. Directly across...
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Ipoh Railway Station

When we arrived in Ipoh, we arrived at the train station. This attractive old colonial building was designed by A. B. Hubback. It was opened in 1935. The building also houses the Majestic Hotel with...
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The Padang

Like many Malaysian cities Ipoh has a large grassy field at its centre. This is known as the padang. Padang is the Malay word for field. Ipoh's pedang was created by Ipoh's Chinese community in 1898...
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Birch Memorial Clock Tower

The Birch Memorial Tower was built in memory of the first British Resident of Perak, J.W.W. Birch. Birch was speared to death by an angry Malay chief, Maharajalela, at Pasir Salak while he was...
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St Michael's School

St Michael's in Ipoh belongs to the La Salle Schools Group. The De La Salle Brothers are a Roman Catholic teaching congregation founded in France by Jean-Baptiste de La Salle who lived from 1651 to...
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Paloh Khoo Miu Temple

As we were wandering around Little India trying to follow the Ipoh heritage trail 2 map, we arrived at Paloh Khoo Miu Temple. This temple is also known as Ipoh Chinese Tai Pak Koong Temple. This...
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Railway Square

We arrived in Ipoh at around 8.20pm. It was already dark and when we emerged from the railway station onto Railway Square we found lots of people sitting around enjoying the cooler evening temperature...
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The Indian Muslim Mosque

This little green and white mosque is next door to St. Michael’s School. The mosque was built in 1908 by Sheik Adam a leading Indian Muslim businessman in Ipoh. We just looked at this building from...
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St John's Anglican Church

This church was not too far from our hotel. You can also get there by exiting the railway station and turning left. Initially Ipoh's Anglican community used to worship in the Ipoh Court House. As the...
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Man Cave House Pub

Man Cave House Pub is located inside Complex Yik Foong. Its cozy and quite comfortable. Most of the customers come to sing karaoke and play darts. They have guest singers on Wednesday , Friday and...
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Chinese Temple

Around the corner from our hotel there was a little Chinese temple. I don't even know its name, but it was housed in an attractive building and had some pretty shrines and plants. Not worth going out...
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