Pace View Inn

Address: 3-9 Jalan Ali Pitchay, Ipoh, Perak, 30250, Malaysia | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 3-9 Jalan Ali Pitchay, Ipoh, is near Gua Tempurong and Darul Ridzuan Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Ipoh

A quick stop in Ipoh

A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Sep 27, 2014

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... version of laksa which she was very surprised by as it was different to other areas. I was ok with this and I enjoyed picking out the extras to go into the laksa like fish balls and fried wontons – yummy! The laksa was sour and spicy, definitely different to other Laksa's I've eaten but still delicious! After lunch the day was coming to an end but not before a quick stop at the river however it started to rain when we arrived but it was only light so we walked beside the river ...

Malaysia - Cameron Highlands

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Apr 26, 2014

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... middle and two benches for 4 people. Our group consisted of 6 people: me, Gonzalo, Vera and Carol (Switzerland – German part), Stephany (Switzerland – French part) and Beverly (England). Our first destination was situated 36km from Tanah Rata so it was a 45-minute drive by the obsolete jeep. We were heading to the jungle…

Once we parked our jeep we met with the other members of our group: 4 Germans and Canadian. In total we were 11, plus our guide. We ...

Embassy Take 2

A travel blog entry by sarahjayne87 on Jan 26, 2014

... Once we got back to the hotel we hailed a taxi and grabbed our bags and we were off again. "To the bus station" we said far to excitedly. We arranged the bus easily and managed to find the correct stand and we were away to the Cameron Highlands. After arriving at 6pm we took a few wrong turns but found our hotel and booked our bus to Penang the next ...

Apa kabar from the Cameron Highlands

A travel blog entry by aarkventure on Jan 20, 2014

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... tree trunks. We kept a look out for the exotic Malaysian plants, but unfortunately didn't spot any. The biggest flower in the world, Rafflesia, is found only in Malaysia and parts of Indonesia. The most we saw were a few lizards and birds.

We made it to the top and were rewarded with a spectacular view of the highlands. Now that we were up, we had to walk down. There was no way we were going down using the same path, but fortunately there was a road ...

High up in the mountains

A travel blog entry by romyalejandro on Dec 11, 2013

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... The weather was great and the views were just amazing, making it a really nice walk. At the end, we learnt some interesting things about the whole process of making tea, from the initial growing to the final packing, and had a well deserved snack with some tea before making our way back. We really enjoyed this walk through to the mountains and spent the rest of the day talking and remembering the ...

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