Ipoh French Hotel
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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 …
... marble. in comparison to Waitomo Caves, the caves today were probably larger and taller, but lacking the intracacies of the formations we see in NZ karst. The guide happily showed off the art gallery of different formations ranging from animals to Osama bin Laden. However, he did fail to talk at all about the geology of the region and got 45 minutes into the cave and said that was the end of the tour and we had to walk back ourselves! Lucky it ...
... kaya naman tumambay muna kami sa Starbucks, kung saan merong wi-fi. After ng pagkakape at konting kulitan, tumungo na kami sa bus terminal.
Dahil sa heavy traffic na nararanasan sa Cameron ng mga panahong iyon, nalate ang bus namin ng pagdating sa aming terminal, 5pm na ng makasakay kami pa puntang Ipoh, at medyo naipit pa kami sa traffic pababa ng Cameron. Matagal ang inabot ...
... now slowly gained it's popularity among the Indonesia , China and many more country. It is a must buy for most of the tourist.
Nonethless the main dishes here have similar name as the other local food but the ingredient and the food texture is totally different.
If you love to do food hunting , Ipoh is the place for you ...
... Palas Boh Tea Plantation where we can walk through the plantation and sip tea at the restaurant overlooking the plantation. Although the items on the menu is quite expensive, we still have our afternoon tea and sandwiches here simply because the view is to die for. Plus many of the flavored tea are not readily sold at the supermarkets in Kuala Lumpur.