Ipoh Tour From Kuala Lumpur

$41.00

Ipoh Tour From Kuala Lumpur

$41.00

In this Ipoh tour from Kuala Lumpur, you’ll have the chance to discover the city once world famous for its tin mining activities, but now rated as one of the best hipster city in Malaysia.

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the ipoh train station or the taj mahal of ipoh that you can visit during this ipoh tour from kl

Things You Can Do Here

  • Enjoy a hassle free Ipoh town tour with English speaking guide only 3 hours drive away from Kuala Lumpur.
  • Discover why the hipster city of Ipoh is one of Lonely Planet’s ‘Best Places in Asia’ choice during this Ipoh tour.
  • Enjoy local Ipoh authentic hawker food and experience a tour around Ipoh’s vibrant food scene.
  • See the historical Ipoh train station, Scottish castle, and the the Buddhist Perak Tong Temple.
perak tong temple - a cave temple you can visit during this ipoh town town from kuala lumpur

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Ipoh Train Station

  • In this Ipoh tour from Kuala Lumpur, you’ll visit the Ipoh train station, also called the Taj Mahal of Ipoh
  • The 1917 station’s design was conceptualised by British’s Arthur Benison Hubback.
  • The square in front of the station has prominen cenotaph erected to honour men who have died in the World War 1 and those died due to the Thai-Burma Death Railway.

Kellies Castle

  • Another place you’ll visit during this Ipoh tour is this unfinished castle built by a rich Scottish planter.
  • The castle comes with its own tennis court at the top of the building as well as several safe passages to the nearby temple.
  • The building was so unique that it was even mentioned in the London Financier newspaper during its construction in 1911 and was one of the most lavish home in Perak.
  • Included in the plan for the 6-storey tower was Malaysia’s first elevator.
  • The castle was left unfinished due to Spanish flu and Kellie’s death during his trip to Lisbon.

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