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Little Meet Fresh @ Ipoh

It is all about rice noodles (a.k.a “mi xian” (米線)) at Little Meet Fresh in Ipoh. The noodles are a specialty from Yunan Province in China, known for their smooth texture.  The noodle outlet has been around for a few months and already they are winning the hearts of Ipohans.  You’ll find the restaurant packed during lunch and dinner hours, but don’t worry, service is fast and prompt.  Continue reading

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大馬找吃小旅行 - 丹絨士拔美食攻略

丹絨士拔 (Tanjung Sepat) 是雪蘭莪州沿岸的一個小漁村,離吉隆坡約1.5小時的車程,很適合住在雪隆區的朋友們來個cuti cuti malaysia一日遊 。 最推薦的是湯頭清甜的海鮮肉骨茶,跟大家在雪隆區吃的很不一樣,其他還有木薯片,梅菜包等一籮筐的美食,有機會一定要去丹絨士拔 cari makan ~ Continue reading

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26 Intriguing Buildings To See On a Taiping Heritage Trail

If a city without old buildings is like a man without memories, then Taiping would be a man full of vibrant memories.   Once a mining town that was the capital of Perak from 1875 – 1937, Taiping was also one of the very first cities to be established in Malaysia.   Naturally it has many historical buildings,  whether built by the British for municipal uses, or built by the different communities in Taiping.  Many of these buildings are more than 100 years old and are also Malaysia’s  “firsts” to be built.   Continue reading

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15 Best Things to Do in Kuala Sepetang, Malaysia

Kuala Sepetang is a vibrant fishing village located in Perak that’s 40 minutes drive from Taiping.  Formerly known as Port Weld, the village is a popular destination for “Cuti Cuti Malaysia”. With its excellent array of activities on land and water, a happy day out with family and friends is ensured.  The activities on land are listed from No. 1- 10, while activities on water are listed from No. 11 – 15 .  Continue reading

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15 Iconic Ipoh Foods You Must Try in Ipoh

When it comes to Ipoh food, it is so difficult to decide what to eat because there is just so much good food and you just want to eat everything ! I’ve picked out 15 Ipoh Foods that you absolutely must try when you visit Ipoh.  The food on this list is as iconic as KLCC is to Kuala Lumpur; and as iconic as Eiffel Tower is to Paris.   That’s how iconic they are. Continue reading

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The Concubine Lanes of Ipoh

Ipoh Old Town has undergone a makeover over the past few years (see this list of 34 Cafes in Ipoh and you would know what I mean !).  Hipster cafes and boutique hotels flourished when the old became the new fab. The Concubine Lane  (or Panglima Lima, “二奶巷” , “Er Nai xiang”) was the next to follow suit.  Other than the Concubine Lane that most people know of, there are two other related lanes in the vicinity – the Wife Lane (or Lorong Hale, “大奶巷”,”Da Nai Xiang”) and the First Concubine Lane (Market Lane, “三奶巷”, “San Nai Xiang”).   Continue reading

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