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Posts tagged 'Kinta River'

Since setting foot 1.5 years ago in Abby Hotel By The River Town, a hotel located right smack between Ipoh New and Old Town during Ni Artweek, the property has grown from merely a host of a contemporary art festival to a creative hub for international visitors to the city. I had the opportunity to revisit ... continue reading »

Nine Emperor Gods Send-Off Ceremony

Oct 4, 2014 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150
Nine Emperor Gods send-off ceremony

Similar to ten days ago when the Nine Emperor Gods, Goddess Dou Mu and the Legendary Third Prince were received from the Kinta River, the send off ceremony of the deities was a reversed procession, with disciples carrying the deities in sedan chairs from the Tow Boh Keong temple to the bank of Kinta River. If ... continue reading »

Palong Tin Museum

Mar 4, 2013 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150
Palong Tin Museum

Palong Tin Museum, located just next to the tin mine palong along Kinta River, opposite Kinta Riverfront Hotel & Suites in Ipoh, is owned and managed by Morubina Sdn. Bhd., the proprietors of the hotel. It is a mini museum and the set up is modest. Even though there aren't many exhibits yet, as it ... continue reading »

Tin Mine Palong, Kinta River

Aug 17, 2012 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150
Kinta Riverfront palong

As part of Morubina Group's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives, a life-size tin mining palong was unveiled a month ago. The company, that is striving to liven Kinta River, which is fronted by their Kinta Riverfront Hotel & Suites, also plans to build a tin mining museum-cum-workshop next to the palong. It cost RM500,000 to ... continue reading »

Century Ride 2012

Jul 17, 2012 Author: Emily | Filed under: Photos - Nikon D800, Sports
Century Ride Ipoh

This year's Century Ride, the sixth edition, themed 'Going Long.... A Journey of Discovery’, attracted almost 1800 cyclists not only from Malaysia but also neighbouring countries like Singapore, Philippines and Australia; even as far as Great Britain and United States of America. Just like the previous Rides, this one wasn't a race per se, but a ... continue reading »

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