Ipoh French Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIpoh French Hotel
We enjoyed our stay here, friendly staff, nice and clean room and (for a change) not bad restaurant with Mediterrean taste.
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We headed for Ipoh early in the morning, we got Indi up
early, taxied to the ferry terminal and boarded the boat to Butterworth on the
Malaysian Peninsula mainland. Indi enjoyed looking down at the water passing by
at the boats waterline. When we disembarked it was easy to find the way to the
train station and we boarded our train …
It wasn't the best journey, our coach stopped at a petrol station and we were told to get off and move to another bus. When we eventually arrived at the bus terminal, we were quite a way out of Ipoh and had to get another bus for about 40 minutes that dropped us more centrally. But we didn't have a clue where our hostel was, after some wandering around, lost in the rain, we found some girls that googled ...
... the rest of the afternoon. In the night we headed back to the same indian as the previous nights for dinner and had another lovely meal. We were so full. When we got back to the hotel, the water supply was down so we could not have a shower. We then made tea and spilt it all over the bed, making a huge mess. After cleaning up, we made some more tea and watched Sherlock Holmes on Eiry's phone. A very tea and strawberry day ...
... talk worked as Curtis and then Orin scored in the first few minutes of the half before Jakob and then Nick scored his second to take the final score 7-4. It was good to see the boys fight back from what looked as though was a tough position, and with a bit of composure saw the result reflect the dominance that had in the match. Most agreed it was the best game they had played on tour so far, especially as Ipoh has proven to be a little hotter and more humid than KL.
... Cameron Highlands is known for its many tea plantations and strawberry farms. This morning our tour started by visiting the Boh tea plantation and taking lots of pictures of the beautiful views of the tea garden. Malaysia only produces black tea, but we learned that black, green, and white teas all come from the same tea bush and it's just the way they are processed that makes the difference. Boh employs 300-400 farmers from various countries. ...