Located approximately 200 kilometers away from Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh makes an ideal destination from the usual tourist sites in the capital. One of the top reasons to visit Ipoh is to explore the region’s cave temples. When Chinese Buddhists landed in Ipoh, they found the cavernous space inside Ipoh’s limestone cliffs to be a suitable space for a temple. Explore Kek Lok Tong and Sam Poh Tong with your group and marvel at the stunning interiors of these cave temples. Be transported into the world of Buddhism as you walk towards the cave chambers to see the bronze statues and religious decorations. Journey back in time as you visit each landmark in the city that boasts strong influence from the British conquerors. Witness the English colonial legacy as your guide takes you to iconic buildings such as the Railway Station, Birch Clock Tower, Ipoh Town Hall, and the Old Post Office. A day of exploring these tourist sites will surely make you hungry. So have your delicious and filling lunch while looking at the calming views of the vibrant city. Wrap up the entire experience with a visit to the eerie hallways of the unfinished Kellie's Castle. Enjoy the convenience and comfort of hotel pick up and drop off services within Ipoh.
Malaysia is blessed with lots of lush rainforests and diverse wildlife. They say you haven't been to this country if you haven't seen an orangutan, which is native there. Visit one of Malaysia's most popular islands and witness the humble and friendly orangutans. After that, you'll head to a charcoal factory and a coffee mill where you can experience how these products are made. Your friendly English-speaking guide will also take you to Taiping Lake Garden. Enjoy a relaxing walk around the park and breathe in the fresh, crisp air as it blows from the vast greeneries of the island.