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Shopping Mall
“One of the biggest malls in Ipoh, with cinemas, restaurants, Jaya Grocer, bowling, K-box, children amusement park and etc”
  • Door 12 locals aangeraden
Place of Worship
“Sam Poh Tong is a famous cave temple located in Gunung Rapat, about 5km south of Ipoh. It is said to be the biggest cave temple in the country, and is an impressive work of art with various statues of Buddha interspersed among the stalactites and stalagmites. The present temple facade dates back to the 1950s and a stiff climb of 246 steps will lead you to an open cave with an excellent view of Ipoh and its surroundings. Other attractions at the temple include a beautiful Japanese pond full of Japanese carps and tortoises, which are a symbols of longevity. Within the temple, visitors can discover the artistic works of man and nature. History and Nature Is Preserved in Sam Poh Tong Caves.”
  • Door 11 locals aangeraden
Place of Worship
“A place to visit by travellers. 11 KM far from homestay location. Book in Advance is required for private tour and price is ranged from RM 100- RM 200 depends in package.”
  • Door 16 locals aangeraden
Scenic Lookout
“Natural area combining culture & art displays with recreational activities such as hikes & biking.”
  • Door 10 locals aangeraden
Shopping Mall
“You get right about everything from Movie theater, clothes, shoes, supermarket, restaurants, fast food......etc. Only a 4 mins drive or 12 mins walk to Aeon from Rumah Lapanbelas.”
  • Door 5 locals aangeraden
Theme Park
“This is a children's favorite place to play, and there are many rides to play in, it is big and beautiful, full of joy and laughter, and admission is free.”
  • Door 17 locals aangeraden
Waterfall
“Gunung Lang Recreational Park, located off Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman (formerly Kuala Kangsar Road), Covering an area of 30.35 hectares out of which 14.16 hectares consists of the lake, the park is divided into two sections. It is developed around a scenic backdrop of limestone hills of Gunung Lang and Gunung Bilike. The main are the man-made cascading waterfall atop a limestone hill, a 2km broadwalk over the swamp and lookout towers. There are also facilities like a children’s playground, campsite, mini zoo, a prayer room and washrooms. In order to reach there, one must pay RM3 (adult) / RM1.50 (Senior Citizen) for a boat ride from the jetty.”
  • Door 8 locals aangeraden
Chinees restaurant
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“No one comes to Ipoh without having a taste of our signature dish. Our hor fun is silky smooth and bean sprout is fresh and crunchy. Must try!”
  • Door 15 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“A popular coffee shop at Ipoh Old Town. The customer crave for their freshly baked egg tarts, dim sum, white coffee, toasted bread with home made kaya and char koay teow. Portion served are generous and the price is reasonable as well. An ideal place for morning breakfast. Popular among the locals.”
  • Door 12 locals aangeraden
Store
“Local and visiting foodies scramble to this legendary Ipoh food stall, which has been serving fresh, warm, silky bean-curd pudding (tau fu fah) since 1952. Get the full experience by ordering an ice-cold soy milk, too, either plain or with strips of grass jelly. The shop closes when its signature curd runs out. Don't be deterred by the queues; the owners operate with machine-like efficiency (and their rhythmic curd-scooping and serving is a marvel to behold). Drive Trough Service available where the owner will walk up to the car and get their orders.”
  • Door 13 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“Euro house is a kitchen and bar, their foods and environment are really nice, highly recommended.”
  • Door 6 locals aangeraden
Place of Worship
“A Buddhist temple built in natural cave, with great wall paintings and Chinese calligraphy, enjoy the Ipoh hills view when you climb up the stairs to the hill top”
  • Door 6 locals aangeraden
Shopping Mall
“Located at AEON Station18 is huge shopping centre in this area, parking is free in an hour. 5 minutes distance away from homestay Tiara Lake Park.”
  • Door 7 locals aangeraden
Pedestrian Plaza
“An old and heritage streets of Ipoh. Feel the Chinese ambient and the random wall mural arts are good photo opportunities.”
  • Door 11 locals aangeraden
History Museum
“History museum: Have your breakfast white coffee in Thean Chun or Sin Lean Lee, or even Sun Yuan Loong not far from here, then visit concubine lane and take a pre-book tour in Han Chin Pet Soo. Pre-book a tour from their website, view the historical building, listen to the stories during the Tin mining period of Ipoh, watch documentaries and old furniture in the site. It worth a visit! ”
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Toprestaurants

Chinees restaurant
“No one comes to Ipoh without having a taste of our signature dish. Our hor fun is silky smooth and bean sprout is fresh and crunchy. Must try!”
  • Door 15 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“A popular coffee shop at Ipoh Old Town. The customer crave for their freshly baked egg tarts, dim sum, white coffee, toasted bread with home made kaya and char koay teow. Portion served are generous and the price is reasonable as well. An ideal place for morning breakfast. Popular among the locals.”
  • Door 12 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“Euro house is a kitchen and bar, their foods and environment are really nice, highly recommended.”
  • Door 6 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“Salt-baked chicken with herbal is famous in Ipoh. The chicken is marinated with ginger, rice wine, and other Chinese herbs such as female ginseng and wolfberries, then it is wrapped in paper and baked with salt. ”
  • Door 8 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“Recommended place to eat for breakfast with family in the morning. Foo San DimSum also can be considered however some reviews that it is slight expensive and services has been downgraded. 8 KM from homestay location”
  • Door 5 locals aangeraden
Dessert Shop
“A street bustling with dozens of old school hawkers serving "Tong Sui" (Cantonese dessert). Usually have to fight for a seat with the locals.”
  • Door 7 locals aangeraden
Bar
  • Door 1 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“ Non-Halal Service Charge: No Government Tax: No Address: 61, Jalan Yau Tet Shin, Taman Jubilee, 30300, Ipoh, Perak. Business Hours: 5 pm to 2 am. Closed on alternate Tuesdays. Contact Number: 605- 253 7513”
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