Tambun Inn Hotel
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... leaving for Kuala Lumpur and I wasn't really familiar with the attractions of Ipoh. I was told that there was a day tour running but after enquiring it was minimum of 2 people so if I wanted to do the tour I would have to pay for 2 people (I’m unfortunately getting used to this here in Malaysia, sometimes this is a disadvantage in travelling solo). In the end the amount paying for 2 people wasn't too much so I accepted this and confirmed the tour for the next day at 9am. It was late ...
... We posted some things back to Aussie, checked out the
Old Post Office building, the Old Railway building, the Courthouse, the Royal
Club and a really posh looking school. It all looked very English with a big
cricket oval surrounded by the Old Town
In the afternoon we joined in on some free river cruises we
had seen advertised whilst walking around. The name sounded better than it was,
as after getting in to a boat and taking ...
... this kind of food with our new friends.
We went to a local restaurant where the steamboat cost between RM 18 and RM 20 per head. We ordered two kinds of soup – chicken (non-spicy) and tom yum (spicy). One portion included chicken, prawns, squid, egg, vegetables, tofu, different kinds of mushrooms and two kinds of noodles. They brought all ingredients raw and we had to cook them first by using the given soup. It didnīt taste as good as we expected, however, it was a pleasant night spent in a good ...
... soup with a fish-based broth which was quite spicy and tasty. It was ranked 7th in CNN's "World's 50 most delicious foods" 2011 list. We also tried the Ice Kacang which has many ingredients that we as Canadians would never mix together for a dessert. A bowl is filled with shaved ice and then topped with sweetened red kidney beans, creamed sweet corn, palm fruit, colourful jellies, palm sugar, rose syrup and rich evaporated milk. It is a ...
... Frequently people would shout hello to me or offer me a ride. I stopped off at a cactus farm, a strange smelling mushroom farm, and a little town with nothing but a KFC, a Hindu temple, and a huge, well maintained golf course with mock-Tudor apartment blocks. Eventually if stopped raining but again, I saw multiple copies of the same 'Tanah Rata 5.5km' sign about every 30 minutes. Turns out 8km was a lie. It was 16km from where I was back to the hostel, the last 4km of which ...