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The place that started the touristy scene in Old Town of Ipoh, historically a place where rich tycoons hold their mistresses and now it becomes a tourist hotspot from near and far.
Interesting place to indulge in the history of Ipoh Old Town - old buildings and good food around. Will be quite touristy during weekends.
An old and heritage streets of Ipoh. Feel the Chinese ambient and the random wall mural arts are good photo opportunities.
Walk around and you can find historical buildings, glorious food, souvenirs and street shows. A must go when you are at Ipoh.
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“The lost world of Tambun is a first water theme park in Ipoh and located in the historic town of Ipoh, middle of the north-south corridor in Perak and hidden among-st the lush greenery of Tambun, surrounding by limestone cliffs. The park will provide a much-anticipated family leisure attraction for anyone in the area. Tickets: RM 38.25 (Adult) RM 32.30 (Child- 12 years old and below) RM 32.30 (Citizen- 55 years old and above) Opening hours Weekday 11:00 a.m - 6:00 p.m Weekend 10:00 a.m - 6:00p.m”
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“The largest mall of its kind in the historic town of Ipoh. A retail destination and a tourist attraction, many have come to visit the mall and marvel over its unique outdoor LED entrance, officially listed in the Malaysia Book of Records as the “Biggest Outdoor LED Advertising Screen”. Home to a few exclusive labels that are not found elsewhere in the state of Perak, Ipoh Parade is also doubtlessly the entertainment nucleus of Ipoh with its karaoke booths, bowling alleys, laser tag centres, and GSC cineplex (the largest in Perak) that includes a MAXX theatre. With 215 retail units and a nett leasable are of 620,861 sq. ft., Ipoh Parade is able to host a multitude of large-scale events in a”
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“People use to enjoy morning walk and evening jog here. Do enjoy yourself with the line dance as well.”
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“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.”
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Ipoh, Negeri Perak 30000
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