Central Hotel

20-26 Jalan Ali Pichay, Ipoh, Perak, 30250, Malaysia | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by wheresindi


... turned around after 300 metres
and that was your free river cruise.

On the way back to our hotel we wanted to try
more of the Malaysian dishes that we hadn’t yet so we ordered a Nasi Kandar
which was spicy chicken with rice and a Maggi goreng which was Maggi nooddles
with the Goreng sauce and we had some Vadai, with fresh juices again it all
came to about $7 so we were pretty impressed with the cheapness of Malaysia for
food so ...

The Cameron Highlands

A travel blog entry by rebeccaac

... will zoom past faster and more loudly than the others. Sleeping was not easy. In the morning we went on a tour of the Highlands' main sites. The first stop was a Rose farm. Whoever had designed the farm was clearly on something strange; everything was painted in multi coloured swirls and there were inexplicable plastic statues of things like Snow White and the seven dwarves and a giant shoe. The ...

A rainforest adventure

A travel blog entry by rednosefg


... 3 extra, muddy, people piling into their bus! Unfortunately, none of the fruit was ripe so it was a rather fruitless (*groan*) endeavor. I did however have a rather delicious cup of strawberry white coffee - highly recommend it. At this point it was still chucking it down so the kiwis decided to hitch a ride back to the town. I asked around and was told it was 8km back to the hostel so decided to walk. It was a nice walk through the forest, mainly downhill, and on a quite well ...

Cameron Highlands Highlights

A travel blog entry by robyntravel


... where the tea plantations were in abundance. Our tour started with an informative stop at the tea plantations. All the tea trees were over 30-80 years old. Workers cut the trees at a few meters height for optimal leaf growth. Our guide pointed out a random tea tree left to its own devices, highlighting the very tall natural height it can reach. Being a tea-ahold I found it fascinating to learn that many tea varieties are harvested from the same crop. The size of ...

Tanah Rata

A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul

... birds and an oriental magpie robin. We also came across a dead kitten near the start of the trail and an exceedingly flat mouse, whose causes of death stimulated some speculation.

Yet another reminder of home came in the form of cream teas. These weren't so readily available as we thought (or in my case hoped), but we did have a nice scone and tea at The Lord's Cafe. The scone was shorter than usual, the ...


This hotel, located on 20-26 Jalan Ali Pichay, Ipoh, is near Gua Tempurong and Darul Ridzuan Museum.
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