City Homestay

Address: No 4, Hala Rapat Baru 26, Ipoh, Perak, 31350, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No 4, Hala Rapat Baru 26, Ipoh, is near Gua Tempurong and Darul Ridzuan Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Ipoh

    A quick stop in Ipoh

    A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Sep 27, 2014

    26 photos

    ... After arriving at Komtar I was directed to the bus company office nearby where I checked into my departure. I will never forget the man behind the counter, large, sweaty and quite disgusting (even caught his picking his nose at one point). He wasn't very clear with what I needed to do, when asking him if there was enough time to run across the road and eat his answer left me confused and not wanting to miss the coach I decided to stay put. He also was mentioning that we were ...

    Malaysia - Cameron Highlands

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Apr 26, 2014

    57 photos

    ... so he assumed weŽd like it as well and took us to an Indian restaurant. They passed us a plate with plain rice and we could choose the rest (pork, chicken, fish, roti and vegetables). Everything was obviously spicy so we ended up eating plain rice and chicken (without any sauce) which was too dry. The worst thing was that the restaurant was full of flies. We believe that we had never seen so many flies in our life. There were flies everywhere…on the floor, on the top of all ...

    Under the Mountain

    A travel blog entry by npbhs_sport.nz on Apr 21, 2014

    6 photos

    ... with colonial style buildings and also narrow one way roads. These aren't always easiest to travel around as we discovered in the bus as getting to the hotel proved to be pretty tough, even though we drove past it a couple of times (just couldn't get to the road leading up to it). It certainly is a bit different to KL, not nearly as touristy and the some of the students who ventured off into the town with Mr Wisnewski got a few stares ...

    Oh the places we will dine

    A travel blog entry by djgoes on Jan 27, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... hunched over a cardboard box for a table. Most of the local food stalls in Vietnam have a few plastic tables with plastic stools approximately a foot high. For the locals who have short legs and who are use to squatting, eating and working off the ground they work very well but for us with longer legs they are not the best. In Laos and Malaysia the tables and chairs are still plastic lawn furniture but they are regular height which makes it ...

    Had a Curry

    A travel blog entry by foggie on Dec 11, 2013

    4 photos

    ... 7 quid). Everyone in the restaurant was well dressed on a posh night out, I probably only got away with my flip flops and vest because I was white.

    Other than that there was an interesting train station where I got a train to Kualar Lumpor. Not that interesting.
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