_GG***35ipoh is one of very nice place to visit and specially old town srart in Ipho and lot of art streets you can visit and take lot of phoros.Ive Stay in Banjaran hotsprings Retreat its really awesome place to stay.in the resorts you can utilize the facilities such as doctor fish which you can make your foot beautiful^^ but earnestly it was little scary lolAnd also the stean cave, hot spring and lost of world in ipoh.
Jub BThis cave temple was surprisingly nice. The entrance is massive and there are lots of Buddha statues and stuff inside. Once you reach the other side of the cave there's a nice lake and green space you can spend time in. The view would be epic if it wasn't for the quarry you can see in the distance.
137***66Coconut Shell Cave is a very good place. There are similar attractions in the south of the country. The mountains and clear waters are beautiful. When you come here, you will sigh that the mountains and rivers of the motherland are very good. You can also play in the country. It is also very good.
One of the best hotel I stay in Ipoh during my work outstation! Love the unique design very much~ Location is literally just next to AEON shopping mall...
Ipoh is changing with time.
Ipoh, Perak has gain popularity as a tourist destination with its various delicious local food, desserts and fruits you can savour and cultural heritage that you can find in its old buildings British colonial-era architecture. This small city besides being the best place for its cuisine, it is also known for its natural attractions, such as its limestone hills and caves within which Buddhist temples were built. So be prepared to eat all day long and burn of the calories by visiting the limestone cave and do the Ipoh Heritage Walk. It’s a leisurely stroll around the compact and historic old town area of Ipoh. The walk is about 4 miles long but you can extend or shorten it depending on your energy levels.
Explore ipoh a little deeper this time with their history and beautiful local attractions. Ipoh is famous for their local food search of Bean Sprout Chicken rice, streaded chicken hor fun, ipoh white coffee, dim sum and many nice homemade pastries. This town have a lot of beautiful limestone cave and its only 2+hrs drive from KL or Penang.
M Roof Boutiques hotel Ipoh. I just love the deco of this hotel. is gives you a feeling of so warm and yet affordable in price. not far from the Ipoh old city and easy parking in front the hotel. Heard the owner of this hotel own all the Ipoh Cafe. that’s why they give ipoh coffee in the room and not the ordinary nes????
The spark is finally returning to the time-worn neighbourhoods of #ipoh. For too long, the capital of #perak state was considered a faded has been of a city #malaysia
But restorations are in full swing, especially in the streets of #oldtown, and Ipoh’s coffeehouses with delicious foods and heritage houses are staging a long overdue comeback.
The museum is actual venue where the founder lived and started his business from.
Well maintained with great details for reading and artefacts to recreate the past.
Free sampling was also available and we made some purchases for friends.
Air conditioned so its a great plus.
It would be good if this is your first stop at Ipoh to know about the history of this place before exploring other areas. Nice and friendly guides for the tour around the place. The Mandarin/Cantonese guided tour would be much better.
Satiate and drink, then of course you have to relax. Its a good choice to go to Ipohs Sunway Lost Park. This newly opened paradise is located in the east of Ipoh, backed by green hills and has resources for natural hot springs. So hot springs here is a great choice. At the same time, on the basis of the hot springs, water parks, spas and hotels have also been built.
Sunway Lost Paradise has always been known as a water project. Once inside, you will see the largest pool in the park and will pass through a similar "water curtain hole". "The place, the whole person instantly refreshed." There aren't many people in the pool here, probably when we came, not for holidays, not for the weekend.