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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
 
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: 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

More Warnings and Dangers in Pulau Lang Tengah

Be careful when you're walking barefoot

The white sandy beach is not really sandy all the way. Many parts of the beach are covered with dead corals/stones just like the photo. Walking barefoot along the beach is fun to do but be careful...
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Arfah
Aug 12, 2010

Ouch!

Although this island is relatively less commercialised than Pulau Redang, its sad to find that there are a lot of dead corals lying around even in the rather shallow areas. It would be good to either...
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dimanche
Aug 30, 2006

Dead corals at the beach

There are lots n lots of dead corals at the beach and it can be painful to walk on it barefooted.It's not a big problem once you get used to it. But there was this one time when I jumped down from a...
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bladedragon
May 16, 2006

Be careful of the corals

At the beach, the top half is sand, but closer to the water's edge, the corals lined the shore. Be sure to wear your sandals since they can cut your feet. This goes the same if you are snorkelling...
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yukisanto
Apr 18, 2006

Divers Beware : Crown of Thorns / Urchins

For some reason, there's lots of COTs ( Crown of Thorns ) around the Lang Tengah reef area. During the last clean-up, a single diver gathered around 40 of those reef-destroying prickly, starfish. If...
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bpacker
Mar 30, 2005

Divers Beware:Choppy Currents

The currents might be a mite choppy in Kuala Terengganu during the early months of the year. So if you're not used to drift diving, wait till the warmer months of June. If not, you'll land up in...
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bpacker
Mar 29, 2005
 
 
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Prickly Coral on the Beach

While walking barefoot on the powdery white sand sounds romantic, getting nicked underfoot by coral is more of a reality in Lang Tengah. Since the beaches here are au naturel, there are prickly bits...
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bpacker
Mar 29, 2005

Lots of huge Jellyfish

Please be careful of the jellyfish there... They are huge and often u can see them got stuck on the shore during low tide....Luckily, I didn't see any while snorkelling... the staff told us that once...
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sweetie_inc
Sep 22, 2004

Damn sea cucumbers!

While P. Lang Tengah have wonderful beaches, they aren't exactly friendly to humans. The beaches there are littered with dead corals that will cause you lots of pain if you step on them barefooted....
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vincegan
Sep 22, 2004

Snorkelling during low tide - not a good idea

While we were on Lang Tengah, high tide was in the morning. The water recedes by mid-afternoon. Although the cooler late afternoon weather made for more pleasant snorkelling, it could get quite...
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sierralyndon
Aug 28, 2003

Top 5 Pulau Lang Tengah Writers

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bpacker

"Lazing in Lang Tengah"
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Arfah

"Escape to Paradise"
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sweetie_inc

"Paradise Island - Lang Tengah Island"
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sierralyndon

"A little tropical paradise"
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yukisanto

"As Close to Nature As It Gets"
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