Indulgence Living (and Restaurant)
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... in Ipoh. There was no menu, no pictures, and just a board in Cantonese on the wall. Thankfully, the lady had good English, so we ordered roast chicken and rice. I think they only sell boiled or roast chicken.. which is kind of the way things operate around here. One restaurant does frogs legs, one does seafood, one does boiled chicken, one does salted boiled chicken, one does duck, and so on.... so the menus are definitely not extensive. We were first brought some soup, ...
... the steps of Duormo. After that the driver insisted on taking us to a farm growing huge Pomelos a bit like giant grapefruit also Star fruit. The next cave temple was Kek Lok Tong, at this one there is a lovely lake surrounded by gardens and pagodas. All the caves are limestone and over many years this erodes into amazing shapes, that appear to be carved. Our taxi driver then seemed to take us on a tour of the local houses from those ...
... to the BOH and had a tour of how they make the tea sooo many stages and the tea bags stuff really is the sweepings so stick to leaves! Shortly followed by tea and cake just like being in the uk really. Last night we had the best Indian ever ever! The lady was the nicest and Dara's was just on a banana leaf and all for £2 she was intrigued by my tomato allergy and so kind. Today we went out with the intention to go on a short walk as actually ...
... sprouts at Hainan Chicken Rice (107, Jalan Raja Musa Aziz, Ipoh, Malayasia).
Our next destination, the mystical Perak Cave Temple, situated not far away from the town, is one of the oldest and the best preserved temples in the area. It is filled with numerous Buddha statues, the center piece being 12.8-meter high, mural paintings and small natural prayer ...
... we liked the most the tour organized by the agency "Hill Top Travel & Tour“. It was the only tour that involved both attractions. The original price of the tour was RM 98 per person but they made us a little discount so we paid RM 90 per person. The tour included the following:
- 4x4 off-road vehicle
- Aboriginal village
- Blowpipe hunting (demonstration)
- Jungle trekking (2 to 3 hours)
- Rafflesia (the world's biggest ...