Ritz Garden Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRitz Garden Hotel Ipoh
Price range from RM50-RM180 depends on suite.Budget price with 4 to 5 star room furnishing.Suitable for travellers or family stay.No lack in Wifi.There are eatery,bank shops around,famous bean sprout chicken.15minutes drive to town.New n very clean.
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... stand at the end of our street. We saw a few people hanging around it, so we went up to the old lady owner to try and find out what it was. She had a fridge of pots filled with white stuff which she said was tofu, and she had a mango flavoured one... so of course I ordered one. 2 Ringgit 50 cents (45p). I later googled it, and it turned out to be something called Tau fu fah, or Douhua. Its a Chinese desert made from very soft soybean. Its got a similar consistency ...
... by lamb with rice and a dip so hot we wimped out of that and chicken kebab all delicious.
Long walk back to, the hotel and arrived back just as the skies opened, lucky escape this time.
In the evening we discovered a new hotel with a really nice modern bar/lounge area plus where a really good group from the Philippines called Chimes were performing, 2 female singers and a guy on keyboard who also sang. So another late night.
... ringit for 500 grams, around £6 in our money. We did however have a strawberry cake and a strawberry hot chocolate, both were very delicious. The hot chocolate smelt exactly like the cadburys roses strawberry cream sweet! Nathan's face lit up when we sat down, he was so happy to finally have some cake! The sixth stop was the butterfly farm. We were not expecting much but it turned out to be really good. The butterflies ...
... to carry with us at least one bottle of water per head and put loads of mosquito repellent. Even though some people were wearing sandals we decided to use running shoes because of leeches. We had read and heard that jungles were usually full of them, especially after the rain. For example, our guide put on high gumboots as a protection against leeches and snakes.
The reason why we had to walk through the jungle wasn´t for fun or pleasure, but because we wanted to spot ...
Today we checked out of the hotel and started the second leg of the journey and started heading north. After getting out of the city the landscape opened up and became a mix of lush tropical jungle and ever increasing amounts of palm trees, feeding the global demand for Palm oil.
After making a quick stop for lunch in a small rural town, we headed off to Gua Tempering Caves. These are a series of caves 1.2km long made of a mix of ...