From the humble beginnings as a colonial city, Ipoh has flowered in its development; coupling old architectural ingenuity with fresh, modern amenities that give the city a truly Malaysian feel. Ipoh will make you fall in love with nature when you relax and visit the buddhist temple, Kek Long Tong Cave Temple and Zen Gardens. Ipoh is classed the ‘foodies’ city’ for the seemingly endless rows of mastered street stalls that serve homely and thoughtful foods. Packist.com recommends that you indulge in some Ipoh Chicken Rice for its light and fragrant chicken broth rice that matches so well with the steamed or roasted chicken, topped off with crunchy cucumbers, it is a real treat.
If you have a love for art, the locally based and internationally renowned Ernest Zacharevic's Malaysian Inspired street art paintings are located all within a walking distance of each other. Grab your camera and take some amazing photos of the Yellow Hummingbird, the Summertime Girl, the Paper Plane and more! Packist.com recommends that you especially take photos of the Kopi Break painting along Jalan Tun Sambathan. It is truly some of the finest artwork of its ages and is memorably unique in its sentiments.
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