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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
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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."""
From $120.00
 
Private Tour: Orangutan Island and Mangrove Forest Day Trip from Penang
"About an hour's drive from George Town across the Penang Bridge live some 25 Orangutans in a small island within the lake of Bukit Merah. These protected orphaned primates are undergoing re-habitation program before their release into the jungle are friendly to visitors and enjoy showing off their tree skills. Other visits include the Taiping Lake Gardens one of the oldest and most beautiful parks in the country. Stop for lunch then travel to Kuala Sepetang Mangrove Forest to study different species of mangrove and spot migratory birds and mud crabs. On the way back stop at a nearby charcoal to witness the interesting process of transforming mangrove wood into charcoal."
From $162.00

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Chinese food

If you stay at teluk nipah, morning is nothing can eat, please having your breakfast & take away from Pangkor 's Jati 2 (Port ) (Take the Pink colour Van- Rm5/person), over there is chinese small...
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Uncle Lim's

I was there on New Year's eve. There was a NYE celebration at the main restaurant. We didn't want to celebrate it with strangers and as such we headed for Uncle Lim's hoping that it will not be...
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Chapman's Bar

This is the restaurant bar by Emerald Bay, the lovely Pangkor Laut beach. It has several tables outside and serves light lunches. You can have satays, calamari, sandwiches and salads. The food is...
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Uncle Lim's

This restaurant serves chinese food and it's named after its chef, Uncle Lim. There is no menu, when you are at the table the waiters tell you what dishes they have for the day, according to the fresh...
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The Samudra

The Samudra is the restaurant where they serve Malay food. It's built on stilts over the sea and has a nice ambiance, particularly at dinner time. I found the food average here. The service was very...
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Gerai Mak Cik ( auntie's food stall )

These stalls are found all over Malaysia, especially in the kampungs ( villages ).Very cheap food, but under dusty and sometimes hot conditions.But here under the tree, with the breeze from the sea,...
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Dalia's Corner

This stall offer cheap and delicious meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner.i like the BBQ so much!Within the range price RM 15.00 - 20.00 for BBQ, they provide:1- Fried rice2- 2 types of Fish Grill3-...
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Pangkor laksa

Heard that this laksa has been in Pangkor for many years. The foodstall is situated in the Fishermen's Village inside a large shelter where vehicles can drive in. The laksa uses thick noodles, without...
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Kedai Kopi

Kedai Kopi means coffeeshops. Try some cheap yet delicious local food for lunch at these coffeeshops located at the village near Pinang Kecil. Warning: may be very spicy. This no. 301 store offers...
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Fishermans Cove

Said to be the best restaurant in the resort, although very good, we didn't think it was patch on Dinner on the Rocks.There is a choice of fish and seafood - all freshly caught that day - and cooking...
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Royal Bay Beach Club, Pangkor Laut

The bar/cafe by the pool serves lunches only and has a shortish snack menu. It's the first time I've seen a pool bar with starched linen tablecloths and napkins. Excellent service. The second day the...
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The breakfast buffet restaurant, Pangkor Laut

Choice of cooked breakfast, either western or Oriental, omelette with a choice of fillings, cold meats and cheeses, many different ypes of fruit, several flavours of yogurt, 10 different pastries....
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Dinner at the Rocks

Normally held on a wooden terrace set amongst the rocks over the sea - hence the name - but tonight there is the danger of rain, so the tables are laid up under the roof of the beach club instead.The...
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Samudra Restaurant, Pangkor Laut

A choice of Western or Malaysian menu. David has steak, whereas I try the set Malaysian dinner:Chicken Satay, Fish in Coconut sauce, Beef Rendang, Green beans in sauce and steamed rice, followed by...
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Lot 15 Pasir Bogak, Perak, 32300, Malaysia
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