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Ipoh Car Rental & Airport Limousine Services

Dec 6, 2016 Author: Emily | Filed under: Travel
3. Point Blanc (L) and Leng Yein (R)

I actually receive quite a number of enquiries from tourists seeking to rent a car in Ipoh – they know beforehand that this is a city that is not easy to navigate without own transport. As an Ipohite, I naturally had never found the need to rent a car, although I wouldn’t mind if it […]

Ipoh Heritage Rickshaw Tour Route & Fare

Dec 5, 2016 Author: Emily | Filed under: Travel
1. Executive Director of Syeun Hotel, Maggie Ong, gives the service the thumbs up

Since the launch of the Ipoh Heritage Rickshaw Tour Service in August this year, I have been inundated with enquiries about its route and fare. Due to time constraints, I can't reply individually, so OKlah, let me share the information with all of you here. Operated by M Bike Sdn. Bhd., this is a daily service ... continue reading »

13. Ipoh Free Shuttle Bus

Since starting this blog, I have lost count of the number of times I have been asked about the best way to go to the Lost World of Tambun by public transport, and the cheapest way to go there. While Sunway Lost World of Tambun has been providing free van shuttle service to the theme park ... continue reading »

1. Kampung Alai, Melaka

Kampung Alai is a traditional Malay village located about 8 kilometres south of Melaka town centre. 'Alai' is the name of a tree, which was how the village got its name. This village of modest size boasts a population of approximately two thousand, in 500 houses. Some of these houses are enrolled in the Kampung ... continue reading »

3. Peranakan décor

While visiting Melaka (Malacca), there are two cuisines that one must try: Portuguese and Peranakan (Nyonya). As you can see already, my recent trip to the World UNESCO Heritage City of Melaka saw me indulging in a scrumptious Peranakan dinner at the popular Restoran Nyonya Suan. Located along Jalan Merdeka in Plaza Merdeka, opposite Dataran Pahlawan Melaka ... continue reading »

The Settlement Hotel, Melaka

Nov 10, 2016 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel
8. finger food

Tucked on the fringe of Melaka's famed Portuguese Settlement, along Jalan Ujong Pasir where many popular food spots are located, is The Settlement Hotel. Seeing the hotel now, one wouldn't realise that it was once a government building back in the 1960s. This fresh look is the result of two years of restoration work. It has ... continue reading »

1. opening dance at the launch of Karnival Citrarasa Homestay Malaysia 2016

With the theme "For Our Culture, Nature and Future", Karnival Citrarasa Homestay Malaysia 2016 was launched on 5th November, 2016, with much fanfare by guest-of-honour, Deputy Minister of Tourism and Culture Y.B. Datuk Mas Ermieyati Samsudin. The homestay carnival, which was hosted for three days from 4th to 6th November, at Jalan Kota, Bandar Hilir in ... continue reading »

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