Impiana Hotel Ipoh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
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... Time Tunnel is an appropriate name. When we left the museum, it was raining heavily. On our way back into Brinchang, we walked past dozens of shops selling strawberry products. Huge amounts are grown in the area. However, Francis said to us yesterday that the seeds, compost and fertilisers are all shipped in from the Netherlands. We reached the night market, which was thronged with people despite the rain. Some fabulous food was available and we ...
... on the Porcupine Trail which housed a few more animals; porcupines naturally but also emus and other smaller animals. This was en route to one of our main reasons for coming - Tiger Valley. The park has two Siberian tigers who have been rescued from a circus in the past. Not like those in Thailand to whom you can get up close and personal; these two were set back in a large open pen away from any punters. With only six to ten feet of water and a wall of the same ...
... coach was mine as one person said one thing and another said something completely different. Eventually I was guided to my correct coach with enough time for me to go upstairs and grab some snacks and drinks before the ride to Ipoh. Soon enough we were on our way and all was ok again.
After a few hours we arrived into the Ipoh coach Terminal which was a large complex and easy to get around. I realised that the terminal was quite a long way out of the city ...
... to the town where we were staying by following another 'trek', one that turned out to be slightly more challenging than the previous days. Leaving the main town we walked up and down some pretty steep hills getting muddy in the process and enjoying the surrounding landscape and were greeted by the locals, who were hard at work picking tea leaves and maintaining the farmland. Arriving at the tea plantation cafe for lunch we were both confused to hear Christmas songs playing; ...
... anyway. Miraculously we stumbled upon this hidden mall in the middle of all the run down squalor. It was a fine mall, shiny and new and a ridiculous contrast to how it is outside. We ate in the food hall bit, which was full of people, but we had the most disgusting meal. I was excited to come to Malaysia for the food, imaging bright, colourful curries, but what we've seen so far and eaten so far, has been ghastly. Because ...