Impiana Hotel Ipoh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... up the hill in 4x4's and minibuses. We feel very smug that they have paid 90RM for their tour and their views will be of clouds. We on the other hand paid 2RM (40p) for a bus and put in some hard graft but it was worth it in the end. A little walk down the road leads to a place called mossy forest. It is a walkway through a forest that is covered in moss. Apparently, first thing in the morning or last thing at night it is very misty and mysterious looking, but it wasn't ...
... in order to mix it, before eating a load of it as a starter. It was really messy but exciting with it! The last few days Kenji and Deb picked me up in the morning, meeting some of Kenjis friends for breakfast or lunch. I knew before I came to Ipoh that there would be a lot of food involved in my visit! Ipoh has many "famous" dishes particularly because a lot of the veggies are grown using the mountain water. Some of the best foods included a laksa, which is a ...
... a go at firing a blow pipe before we left. Lunch was a feast at an Indian buffet. The food was great but we had to devote a lot of energy to wafting away flies. After this, two of our party departed and the rest of us drove on to the Boh tea plantation. This plantation is vast and carpets the hills for kilometres. Workers were busy harvesting the young leaves at the top of the plants. Apparently, the plantation is behind schedule because the police in ...
... we went to a another night market, it was good because it wasn't very touristy, we brought some glamorous gold rings that will probably make our fingers green in a week! We explored Old Town, there are a lot of cool cafés and restaurants, as well as shops selling handmade things. We sat in a lot of cafés, and walked around. There is an art trail of street art murals by Ernest Zacharevic we ...
... small cave dedicated to the Monkey King. Afterwards we went to the nearby Tokong Kwan Tong Perak which was similar to the last temple however this one was actually located in a cave not just against one. Also there was an outside area with large statues of the protector goddess which people and companies sponsor for good fortune. After the Caves we drove further out of the city centre to Kellie Castle. Now this is something you don’t expect to see in the middle of ...