Pace View Inn

3-9 Jalan Ali Pitchay, Ipoh, Perak, 30250, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ipoh

A strange start

A travel blog entry by nataliegodliman

... booked the hotel, we were stuck here another day. We spent five hours in Starbucks in the mall. I mean, I really hate to say that, but its the only thing we could have done. Our hotel room was horrible. The town was horrible. The people are less than friendly. What a sad start to Malaysia. We found a supermarket and stupidly cheap wine and drank away the bad feelings of this new country. Totally not what either of us was ...

Oh the places we will dine

A travel blog entry by djgoes


... the cats here have docked tails???

While in Bangkok we were tempted by some North American fast food but we did not give into temptation, we ate the local rice and noodle dishes. After we flew into Malaysia navigated the airport and then the main light rapid transit station we couldn't fight the temptation to eat at McDonalds the prices here are cheaper than Canada but are 3 times as much as the local food here in Malaysia. Those ...

Traveling friends!

A travel blog entry by ben.taggartryan

... has been cleared for huge tea plantations giving the landscape the tellytubby feel. That being said is does mean that there are potential for amazing walks. We spent the first day walking to the top of the main peak, one that the locals claim is 6,666 feet high but that seems a bit to convenient to me (like Everest being dead on 29,000ft first time it was measured). From there Kit and me departed from the rest and attempted ...

Cameron Highlands Highlights

A travel blog entry by robyntravel


... hostel reading out in the courtyard, drinking tea we chatted with others from the hostel some more, sharing stories over a few beers. We then all decided it was time to find some food to fill our stomachs with something of substance other than tea and beer. A group of 12 of us from the hostel ended up going for a group dinner to an Indian restaurant that our guide recommended to us. We ordered a variety of meals passing some of the food around sampling a ...


A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul

Arrival in Ipoh; cave excursion; food friends.

On Tuesday we left Kuala Lumpur for Ipoh. We somehow managed to get ourselves across KL by public transport, rucksacks and all. By chance it wasn't a very hot day, so the kilometre walk to the monorail station was easy, and we avoided rush hour.

The train to Ipoh took about two hours. It had a TV showing Mr Bean cartoons and some ferocious aircon. We ...


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