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Places To Stay DirectoryLISTING Rest houseShowing 1-3 of 3 record(s).

Lyana VillaUpdate Us Phone : +605 685 3393

Rest House Slim RiverUpdate Us Phone : 05-4528638

Seri Temenggong Rest HouseUpdate Us Phone : +605 776 3872Showing 1-3 of 3 record(s).

Chalet

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Chalet Peranginan Kuala GulaUpdate Us Phone : 05 - 8905481 / 012-5643019

Crystal Bay ChaletUpdate Us Phone : +605 683 8888

D' Lambaian ResortUpdate Us Phone : +604 477 8404

D'Village Beach ResortUpdate Us

Phone : +605 951 1951

Delima ChaletUpdate Us Phone : +605 685 2494

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Blue Bay ResortUpdate Us Phone : +605 683 6939

Bukit Merah Laketown ResortOverview | Update Us Phone : +605 897 8888 Email : [email protected]

Casuarina Inn TaipingUpdate Us Phone : 05-804 1339/1340

Casuarina Parkroyal IpohUpdate Us Phone : +605 255 5555 Email : [email protected]

Chalet Peranginan Kuala GulaUpdate Us Phone : 05 - 8905481 / 012-5643019

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Chalet Persatuan Nelayan Kuala Kurau, Kuala GulaUpdate Us Phone : 605 - 8070843 (En. Amirul Jamil)

Coral Bay ResortUpdate Us Phone : +605 685 5111 Email : [email protected]

Crystal Bay ChaletUpdate Us

Phone : +605 683 8888

Crystal HotelUpdate Us Phone : +605 692 6666

D' Lambaian ResortUpdate Us

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D'Village Beach ResortUpdate Us Phone : +605 951 1951

Delima ChaletUpdate Us Phone : +605 685 2494

Double Lion HotelUpdate Us Phone : +605 776 1010

Dragon & Phoenix HotelUpdate Us Phone : +605 253 4661

Embassy Hotel IpohUpdate Us Phone : +605 254 9496

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Excelsior HotelUpdate Us Phone : +605 253 6666 Email : [email protected]

Fair Park HotelOverview | Update Us

Phone : +605-548 8666 Email : [email protected]

Fairmont HotelUpdate Us Phone : +605 255 9999

Fairpark HotelUpdate Us Phone : +605 548 8666 Email : [email protected]

Fajar HotelUpdate Us Phone : +605 692 2228

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Fisherman's Chalet (Chalet Nelayan)Update Us Phone : 05 - 807 0843 (Amirul Jamil)

Flora Beach ResortUpdate Us Phone : +605 685 3878

Fuliyean HotelUpdate Us Phone : 05-806 8648 Email : [email protected]

G Seven Chalet Kg BaruUpdate Us Phone : +605 691 9754

Galaxy InnUpdate Us Phone : +605 683 8731 / 2

Ipoh- Hotel, Rest House and Chalet.

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Casuarina Parkroyal IpohUpdate Us Phone : +605 255 5555 Email : [email protected]

Embassy Hotel IpohUpdate Us Phone : +605 254 9496

Heritage Hotel IpohUpdate Us Phone : +605 242 8888 Email : [email protected]

Regalodge IpohUpdate Us Phone : +605 242 5555

Seri Malaysia IpohOverview | Update Us Phone : +605 241 2936 Email : [email protected]

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Blue Bay ResortUpdate Us Phone : +605 683 6939

Bukit Merah Laketown ResortOverview | Update Us

Phone : +605 897 8888 Email : [email protected]

Casuarina Inn TaipingUpdate Us Phone : 05-804 1339/1340

Casuarina Parkroyal IpohUpdate Us Phone : +605 255 5555 Email : [email protected]

Chalet Peranginan Kuala GulaUpdate Us Phone : 05 - 8905481 / 012-5643019

Tempat Jalan-Jalan di Ipoh

Places To Shop DirectoryShopping Centre ListingShowing 1-2 of 2 record(s).

Ipoh Garden Plaza

Address Ipoh Perak, Malaysia

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Ipoh Parade

Address Jalan Sultan Abdul Jalil Ipoh Perak, Malaysia Email: [email protected] 1-2 of 2 record(s).

Phone +605 241 0885 +605 241 0886 Fax +605 241 0894

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Address Jalan Sultan Abdul Jalil Ipoh Perak , Malaysia

Ipoh ParadeIpoh Parade is the latest addition to the Parade family of shopping and leisure centres flourishing nationwide Subang Parade, Mahkota Parade and Klang Parade.

Operating Hours: Telephone Monday - Friday: 10:00 a.m - 10.00 p.m +605 241 0885 +605 241 Saturday - Sunday: 11:00 a.m - 10:00 p.m 0886 Fax +605 241 0894 Email [email protected]

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Places To GoCategory : Arts & Culture

H an di cr aft De vel op m en t Co rp or ati on (P er ak Br an ch )

t has always been the main attraction of tourists for gifts synonymous with quality and value-for-money."

The Handicraft Development Corporation of Malaysia (Perak Branch) is the most comprehensive one stop centre for tourists looking for traditional handicrafts. The centre is responsible for speeding up the growth and development of the handicraft industry for the state. Its traditional crafts go under the name Kraftangan and is synonymous with quality and value-for-money. The centre specialises in the manufacturing of ceramic products. Here, one can see traditional potteries like the 'labu sayong' (water gourds made from semi-porous blackened burnt clay). 'Labu' is an earthenware pitcher used traditionally by the local Malay community to store drinking water. It is believed that the storage not only keeps contents cool but is also claimed that the water cures certain ailments. Other products are terracotta and glazed pots, that are converted into flowerpots, potpourri vases, lamp bases and wall decorations. You can be rest assured that the handicrafts sold here are of exceptional quality but reasonably priced. The Malaysian Handicraft Development Corporation is a government agency which preserves and conserves traditional crafts and encourages the younger generation to pursue age-old skills handed down by their forefathers and it also helps craftsmen become self-reliant entrepreneurs. It brands items such as pottery, batik, songket, tekat, woodcarving, brassware and silverware under the

Kraftangan label. Business hours: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.Close on Sundays and public holidays

Getting There

The Handicraft Development Corporation (Perak Branch)is located at the 40th km of the Ipoh-Enggor road,about 10 km or 15-minutes drive from Kuala Kangsar town.

Category : Historical & Heritage

Teluk Intan Leaning Tower"This pride of Teluk Intan is similar to the world-famous Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy."

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This spectacular leaning clock tower, similar to the world-famous Leaning Tower of

Pisa in Italy, is the pride of Teluk Intan or formerly known as Teluk Anson. Standing at 25.5m tall, its construction appears to comprise of eight different levels but is actually divided into only three storeys. When it was first built, its structure was straight but it began to tilt about 1.8 metre towards Jalan Bandar between 1889 and 1895. This pagoda-like structure was built by a Chinese contractor, Leong Choon Choong, in 1885. Initially, it was used as a covered water tank to store water sufficient for 800 Teluk Intan residents at that time. During the Japanese Occupation, it was used as an observation post for the Japanese Army. Later, it became headquarters for the Boys Scouts. These days, it just tells the time. Come Wednesdays, the clock tower's caretaker will wind up the clock's mechanism using a crank. Commissioned in London, the clock chimes twice every 15 minutes. The chimes can be heard as far as eight kilometres in radius especially at night. Getting There

To get to Teluk Intan from the North-South Expressway, exit at Bidor Interchange and proceed to the road leading to Teluk Intan. The Tower is easily accessible through Jalan Selat.

Places To GoCategory : Islands & Beaches

Teluk Batik Beach

spot for campers, picnickers, swimmers and sun-lovers will find it an irresistible attraction for picnics as well as swimming."

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Located about 6.5km from Lumut town, Teluk Batik beach is a very popular spot with the locals who find it easier to stay on the main land instead of taking the ferry to Pangkor Island. The white sands and the pleasant sea breeze of Teluk Batik make it an irresistible attraction for picnics as well as swimming. It provides all the conveniences you need for a good time, with chalets, mini chalets, food stalls, public bathrooms and changing rooms, recreation centre and seminar halls, so

you can visit it at anytime you want..

Getting There

If you are coming from Kuala Lumpur, take the NKVE and exit at Bidor toll plaza. From Bidor town, follow the signage to Sitiawan or Lumut. Before arriving Lumut town, follow the Teluk Muroh/Teluk Batik direction and you will soon pass by the Naval base. Make a left along the road and you will reach the beach in no time. The total journey will take you approximately 3 hours.

Places To GoCategory : Museums & Memorials

Perak Royal Museu m

ed in 1926 on Bukit Chandan, this 'Saracenic Moorish' al facets creates a spellbinding sight for onlookers and visitors to the place."

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Previously known as Istana Kenangan, Istana Tepas and Istana Lembah. The Perak Royal Museum was built as a royal residence in 1926. It is an amazing architectu