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It's the tradition of Syeun Hotel Ipoh to usher in the Lunar New Year and celebrate it in grand style on the 3rd lunar day and 2019 is no exception. International champion troupe from Ipoh Chinese Chin Woo Athletic Association brought in four lions and a golden dragon, putting up a flawless lion & dragon dance ... continue reading »

What a lively occasion it was at Syeun Hotel Ipoh last evening, during its annual signature event of "100 families Chinese New Year reunion dinner". With a mixture of traditional customs and traditions, as well as modern entertainment, it was certainly a celebration that would stay in our mind for a long time to come. Family members ... continue reading »

1st Ipoh Car-Free Day Event for 2019

Jan 31, 2019 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events

Ipohites and residents from neighbouring towns participated in Ipoh Car-Free Day on Sunday, the 37th edition in the series since it was first introduced in October 2015. Hosted by Ipoh City Council, joining hands to make it a success were government agencies and non-governmental organisations. The venue was along Jalan Raja Dihilir, Ipoh. This first event of ... continue reading »

In the blink of an eye, it is time to usher in a new lunar year: the Year of the Boar. It's going to be the start of a long season of festive celebration, and of course, it begins with and revolves around FOOD! If you are in Ipoh during this time of the year, you'd ... continue reading »

The Hunt for Glory and Gold Has Begun!

Jan 25, 2019 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events

Ipoh Parade's Golden Prosperity Campaign kicked off with a bang, concurrently with its sister malls of Klang Parade, 1 Mont Kiara and CITTA Mall. The three-week campaign is in search of the top 9 spenders, with an assurance of winning one 100gm gold bar valued at RM19,000 and three more 50gm gold bars worth RM9,600 each. Three ... continue reading »

Sherin’s Nyonya Affair

Jan 19, 2019 Author: Emily | Filed under: Personalities, The Malay Mail

Although not of Peranakan descent, Sherin Ng Lay Hwa was so interested in its culture that she felt frustrated when she was living in Ipoh. Unable to express her love for its culture and heritage as there were no outlets to express them, without friends who shared the same passion to the point of feeling ... continue reading »

Professional cooking, friendly prices and fast service - Tea Place checks all the right boxes for a café of this class. Tea Place is not a new eatery. It opened some four or five years ago. In fact, I do pass by it when in Bercham. It's located in an inner road, facing the main Bercham ... continue reading »

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