Ipoh 2 days tour





Ipoh developed into one of Malaysia's main cities due to an early 19th-century tin mining boom. During the British colonial era, it was Malaya's second administrative center after Kuala Lumpur (the Straits Settlements of Singapore, Penang and Malacca were administered separately).

A post-independence economic decline let the city escape the towers of concrete that represent 1970s ideas of progress and its colonial importance still shines in the grand old buildings, such as the railway station and the town hall, which complement the rows of shophouses.

These days Ipoh is perhaps best known for its excellent restaurants, hawkers, and famous local dishes.

Streets were renamed in the 1980s. This can still be confusing as many locals still refer to the former colonial road names.



Ipoh 2 days tour


Flight to Kuala Lumpur International Airport KLIA1 suggest schedule

Airline Flight Departure Number Departure Time Flight Arrival Number Arrival Time
CI 721 08:45 CI 722 14:45
BR 217 06:30 BR 218 12:50
JX 725 10:10 JX 726 15:55


Itinerary Place of accommodation
Day 1

Kuala Lumpur to Ipoh > Kellie's Castle > Tasik Cermin > Sam Poh Tong Temple > Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village > Gua Kek Look Tong  > Tambun Pomelo GoChin Agro Farm > Tong Sui Kai

Stay in hotel in Ipoh
Day 2

Concubine Lane > OldTown White Coffee > Birch Memorial Clock Tower > Ipoh War Memorial > Ipoh railway station

Stay in hotel in Kuala Lumpur



Kellie's Castle




Kellie's Castle, the deserted mansion of an eccentric Scottish planter, is in Batu Gajah, half an hour's drive from Ipoh city center. Its main appeal lies in the belief that it is haunted and that secret passages leading to hidden chambers exist.



Tasik Cermin




It can be said to be a secret place in the city of Ipoh, which only hears its name and does not know where it is. It is located beside the busy Ipoh Gopeng Road, that is, within the range of the Guanyin Cave opposite Songjun Garden and the stone blasting area behind Mahayana Rock. It is a It is a closed valley isolated from the outside world. Outsiders must first pass through the blasting area and then pass through a dark tunnel about 150 meters before entering Mirror Lake.

Passing through the tunnel, it gets darker as you go in, and the wind gets stronger as you get closer to the exit. Finally, a piece of green fills your eyes! Lush green trees climb all over the mountain walls, and the emerald green lake is surrounded by mountains. The waves in the distance are calm and quiet, reflecting the reflection of the mountainside, which is like a mirror.



Sam Poh Tong Temple



Sam Poh Tong is a famous cave temple located in Gunung Rapat, about 5km south of Ipoh. According to legend, the cave was discovered in 1890 by a monk from China who was passing through Ipoh; he decided to make it his home and a place for meditation. He remained there for 20 years until his death. Till today, nuns and monks who dedicate their lives to Buddha still occupy the Sam Poh Tong. Other attractions at the temple include a beautiful Japanese pond full of Japanese carps and tortoises, which are symbols of longevity. Within the temple, visitors can discover the artistic works of man and nature - beautifully carved statues of Buddha in various forms.



Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village




A natural area combining cultural and artistic exhibits, suitable for leisure activities such as walking and cycling.



Gua Kek Look Tong




Gua Kek Look Tong is a tourist attraction situated in the natural and picturesque area of Gunung Rapat in the south of Ipoh - the capital of Perak state in west Malaysia. The cave temple sits on a 12-acre site and was used as early as 1920 as a place of worship. In 1960, the cave became part of an iron mining site, this temple is set in a huge cave in the limestone outcrops behind Gunung Rapat, about 5km south of Ipoh City. The Kek Lok Tong complex comprises a central altar featuring a number of Buddhist figures as well as various deities of the Chinese pantheon. The most unique of the caves is there is another great garden view (of Zen Garden style) once you get inside the caves. The limestone hill is made up of light gray to white crystalline Kinta limestone interbedded with about 5mm to 1cm think argillaceous material bands. Primary iron can still be seen within the limestone. The award-winning landscape garden features a jogging path circling two lakes and one of the longest reflexology footpaths in Ipoh.



Tambun Pomelo GoChin Agro Farm




Tambun pomelo is well-known when tourists love to eat and buy Tambun pomelo. Among them, Gaojing pomelo garden is the most visited by tourists, and it also attracted the attention of a British company, who came here to buy pomelo and pomelo. Its flower seeds are used for the development of aromatherapy oil.



Tong Sui Kai




Tong Sui Kai is one of the well-known local snacks, with more than 50 stalls and a variety of choices! In addition, it is similar to a night market, which only opens at night.


Concubine Lane




Located at Lorong Panglima, or Yi Lai Hong (Concubine Lane), where it was rumored that wealthy Chinese merchants and British officers would keep their mistresses, away from the prying eyes of angry wives. It was also a notorious opium den. Towards the exit of Concubine Lane is Jalan Bijeh Timah (Treacher Street) are heritage building including Han Chin Pet Soo.


OldTown White Coffee




In 1918, the founder of Ipoh, in order to improve the traditional bitter and sour English coffee into a taste suitable for the Chinese, continued to carefully prepare it, using pure and high-quality specially selected coffee beans grown in Malaysia, and created a unique secret method of roasting, roasting, and removing the excess. It is processed in the way of keeping green, and the blended (white coffee) tastes fragrant, smooth and smooth in the throat, and the color is milky white gold, which has become a symbol of the local high society. So far, it has been passed down to three generations, and the quality that has been popular for a century has brought more consumers, which is unmatched by ordinary coffee. Malaysian white coffee is a specialty of Ipoh, Malaysia. White coffee usually uses more expensive and selected coffee beans, which are completely free of impurities, so the taste is relatively pure and the purity of the coffee is also high. White coffee is roasted at low temperature to retain the original aroma of coffee, and remove the bitterness and sourness produced by high-temperature charcoal roasting. The sweet and fragrant taste does not hurt the stomach. It is low in caffeine and syrup, and avoids the dryness and heat of ordinary coffee. trouble.



Birch Memorial Clock Tower




Birch Memorial Clocktower dedicated to the first British Resident Minister of Perak who was murdered by a local Malay chief. The road passing the tower's north side is now named in his's honor.



Ipoh War Memorial




Ipoh railway station




The Ipoh railway station was initially meant to be a hospital and used before the 1900s as such before being turned into a station. The original completion year of 1917 was delayed for three years due to lack of construction materials as well as high costs during World War I. Like the Kuala Lumpur station, the Ipoh station was designed and constructed by Arthur Benison Hubback, a British architectural assistant to the Director of Public Works. Having served in India, Hubback utilized his knowledge of Anglo-Asian architecture in the region on the station's design. The "Neo-Moorish/Mughal/Indo-Saracenic/Neo-Saracenic" style was not uncommon at the time. Many of Hubback's buildings in then Malaya followed this style and shared many similar features. The other buildings designed by him include the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station (completed 1910), the Jamek Mosque (completed 1909) and the old KL city hall building (completed 1904). In October 2007, the Ipoh station was reopened after seven years of renovation as part of the railway electrification and double tracking between Rawang and Ipoh.




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