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We had an early start leaving Penang via the ferry to Butterworth where we caught a train to Ipoh for a couple of days on route to KL. Despite a slight panic over tickets and nearly missing the train due to an RBS style computer system meltdown at the Malaysian railway company, we boarded safely and enjoyed the scenic journey south.
Ipoh's a nice little town, lots of ...
... recommend to do in Ipoh and she just laughed - always a good sign! We picked up a local map and planned a little route around the city, not too many sights on offer but would pass some of the nicer buildings. We made it around 50m out the hotel before Vicky started to go under again and had to head back. I carried on and strolled round Ipoh, not the most modern or cosmopolitan of cities but that has its charm. Similar to Penang street art is quite a big thing in ...
... to fill your days with tours and trekking if you don't want to. I pretty much saw all I wanted to see on the day tour I did the first full day here, any other tours would mean doubling up which is both a waste of time and money. Pretty much after having a later breakfast both yesterday and today I have spent time walking around the town and a little beyond but not too far as everything like the tea plantations and farms are over 4km away ...
... obliged after
which the journey was quite comfortable, then Indi nodded off, closely followed
by Mark who was holding her. The journey was very scenic, lots of green fields
and palm trees. Some of the towns looked very purpose built, the houses were
all concrete in rows with no gardens which looked strange compared to their
On arrival in Ipoh we made sure we had our onward train
tickets to Kuala ...
... plants. It contains approximately 28 species, all found in SEA (Indonesia, Malay Peninsula, Borneo, Sumatra, Thailand and the Philippines). Rafflesia was found in the Indonesian rainforest by an Indonesian guide working for Dr. Joseph Arnold in 1818, and named after Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, the leader of the expedition. The name was created as follows: Raffles + Asia -> Rafflesia.
In some species, the flower may be over 100 centimeters in diameter (our guide ...