Tambun Inn Hotel

91 Jalan Tambun, Ipoh, Perak, 30350, Malaysia | 1 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ipoh

Ipoh, do you?! Sampling Rich coffee in Ipoh

A travel blog entry by peanutspoppy


... of diversity was ever present with old Chinese trader shops and of course the smells from little India. They were no high rises apart from the odd hotel and some of the colonial architecture still stood with entertained me during my visit. I could have stayed here purely for the rich coffee and variety of foods available but today we were heading for Pulau Pangkor, an island of the coast of Lemut, a couple of hours ...

Happiness is nothing without sharing

A travel blog entry by lifeisawesome


... down through the mountains descending to the coast through some amazing tree covered mountains.

We were treated to an amazing sunset, we both looked at each other and could tell we were both thinking the same thing, that this was a moment we were glad to share with someone else....

So with the The Killers song "Shot at the night" playing in my ears and with the night firmly set in we headed into Georgetown on the Island of Penang.

More to come folks.


Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

A travel blog entry by andysfootprints


... out room we met two other Canadians in I our dorm and hit it off right away. They told us of a great place to go for dinner, and we hadn't eaten dinner, so we went to check it out. We ordered this thing called a steamboat, which consists of a burner and a big pot of soup base on the table. Then they brought out about six plates of fish, chicken, noodles, veggies, mushrooms and greens. Once the soup base is boiling you just chuck in the things you want and wait a few ...

Cameron Highlands, so cold!

A travel blog entry by edsutch


... food in a ball. Also had crab sticks on it, so the fish balls are kind of like that and also taste like it. We didn't eat the meat ones though. The other plate had cuttlefish, white fish meat and chicken on it, and finally we had a plate of noodles and two pots of sauce. You cook it how you want it, and ends up being a big noodle soup. Really nice, and is a perfect eat up in the highlands where it's that bit colder. I say that bit, we both went out in the evening with jeans and ...

The Cave Temples and Famous White Coffee of Ipoh

A travel blog entry by becsjd


... was extremely sweet, but had a strange salty flavour. As we left the restaurant, Johnnie thought he recognized the name, Sun Seng Fatt, from the list of Ipoh's 'best eats'. Turns out, it is very well known for it's curry. We headed to the tourist info centre to ask how to get to the caves, and being a considerate fiancée, I asked the lady where to find the best coffee. She gave us the name of two places which make traditional Ipoh White Coffee, rather than the coffee made ...

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This 1 star hotel, located in the Perimeter area of Ipoh, is near Gua Tempurong and Darul Ridzuan Museum.
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