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Many a time I had passed by this unique mosque in the past and it seemed to be closed. It was not until recently that I had the opportunity to set foot in it, as a delegate of Perak Tourism Management Berhad / Gaya Travel Magazine’s familiarisation trip to Perak to promote the state in […]

Despite becoming a rediscovered tourist destination, especially for domestic travellers, one is hard pressed to look for souvenirs of Ipoh city, and Perak as a whole, for loved ones back home. Visitors who drop by Old Town, along Concubine Lane and Kong Heng Square to be more specific, may be able to pick up a small ... continue reading »

To be honest, Ipoh Old Town is not an area I want to head to as an Ipohite, especially during weekends and holidays. There'll be scores of tourists that one could hardly walk in a straight line. However, seeing that it has been months since I last visited, I recently made an effort to go, ... continue reading »

Sights of Pulau Ketam

Jul 1, 2017 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel

As you know, I visited Pulau Ketam in Selangor twice within two weeks in May. There I was, never set foot on Pulau Ketam before and suddenly, I had the opportunity to go twice. Pulau Ketam, as you already know, if you have been reading my articles, is very accessible. For me, I hop on the ... continue reading »

Home Motel, Pulau Ketam

Jun 30, 2017 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel

Of the numerous times that I had walked past Home Motel during my two back-to-back visits to Pulau Ketam in May, there was not once that I spotted the motel open. It appeared to be closed for business. I kinda suspected that Home Motel is also owned by Hotel Sea Lion as I noticed its logo ... continue reading »

When I visited Sekinchan in January 2017, I lamented that I was there at the wrong time of the year as the field had just been harvested and it was all brown, instead of green and golden. Well, life is definitely unpredicted as I found myself unwittingly visiting Sekinchan for the second time in May. In my ... continue reading »

The long-awaited opening of Asia's first animation theme park, Movie Animation Park Studios (MAPS) finally arrived yesterday. I, along with other Annual and Perak Pass holders, had waited with bated breath for over a year. Now that the RM520 million mega theme park on 52 acres of land is ready, I'd say it was well worth ... continue reading »

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