Impiana Hotel Ipoh
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
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... or anything, but stuff was actually open! The restaurant directly opposite our hotel, Nasi Ayam Pak Kong, already had a queue of about 6 people waiting for tables or takeaways. Of course we joined the queue... stood there for a few minutes trying to figure out the system and thankfully were then approached by a lady who found us 2 seats sharing a table with some locals. In fact, everyone in there was local.. we had seen zero farang's (Thai word for foreigner) ...
... of £7 per hour, to take us sightseeing.
OK the taxi was a bit ancient and our driver seemed to be eating a gobstopper, so understanding the places of interest he pointed out was difficult. First stop Perak Tong a mind blowing massive cave temple. With dozens of Buddhas in various poses many beautiful paintings on the walls and 420 steps that finally arrive at a Buddha sitting on an elephant. Fortunately we had been in previous ...
... that we didn't have to mix too much with the other tourists! The mossy forest was amazing! As someone else said today in the UK you would never be able to do a tour there they had us holding on to rope as we skirted over rocks and climbed backwards over roots all about a rather steep overhang! The orchids were beautiful and the pitcher plants also called monkey cups as they are so thought that the monkeys come and use them to drink out of! We ...
... milk. Next early morning we were already on the road.
The first stop on our way was Ipoh, a pleasant town full of faded colonial buildings with skeleton-like Chinese shop owners inside.
Ipoh also turned out to be the happening foodie destination. That became clear after we tried local delicacy, crispy Hainanese chicken served ...
... one for RM 26! But it wasn't good at all, I mean, it was an average pizza that could be easily made at home and it wasn't definitely worth the money. Well, there is one phrase perfectly defining the whole pizza thing: "Dude, you are in Malaysia so what do you expect?" (Gran Pensadores, Nepal 2014)
Then we walked along the main street of Tanah Rata and asked about a tour which would take us to one the largest flowers in the world, Rafflesia, as well as to the Mossy ...