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Sigthseeing Guide

Places to visit in Ipoh range from vibrant and lively market lanes to ancient cave temples. Ipoh is the capital city of Perak state of Malaysia, and is located at a distance of 197 km from the national capital, Kuala Lumpur.


Known as DR Park to the locals, is the most famous recreation park in Ipoh. It has all the facilities to suit the needs of lovers, families, youngsters and elders.

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.

The museum showcases the history of tin and how miners lived when they were not working at the mines.

The cave temple sits on a 12 acre site and was used as early as 1920 as a place of worship. 

The famous household brand of Chinese herbal tea since 1940s. It also tells the discovery of the origins and evolution of the heritage herbal tea and the inspirational life of Dr. HO Kai Cheong, the creator of the health-giving HO Yan Hor tea.

Exist alongside chic cafes, boutique hotels and fashion and craft stalls.  This is a MUST SEE during your time in Ipoh!

First fully animation-based theme park in Asia with animations from Dream Works Animation and The Smurfs

A distinctly beautiful Hindu temple given its backdrop of glorious limestone hills, and just the right amount of vegetation to please your eyes.

One of the famous colonel style buildings in Ipoh and still serves commuters from different parts of the country.

An action packed, wholesome family adventure destination and an ultimate day and night destination for a unique eco-adventure excursion for visitors of all ages. 

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