Day Trip To Ipoh—What To Eat, Do And See In This Underrated City

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Ipoh is Malaysia’s third most populous city and one of the most popular destinations for a short, simple and fun weekend getaway today. Also known as the gateway to Cameron Highlands, this city is slowly climbing the ladders of travel bucket lists from travellers all over the world.

Ipoh has faced a massive transformation over the past few years—in the past, many of us would never have thought of visiting Ipoh for a holiday trip or even a short getaway from the rush of our fast-paced lifestyles. However, Ipoh’s rapid transition has managed to land the city on Lonely Planet’s list of Top 10 Asian Destinations To Visit in 2016.

If you are looking to stop by Ipoh for just a day, here are some suggestions on where you can eat and have fun at.

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10 Local Food That You Must Try When You Are In Ipoh

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Malaysian food, in general, is well-liked among locals and foreigners and each city has its own specialties. Most people would know about Penang Char Kway Teow and Kuala Lumpur‘s Chili Pan Mee because these are two popular tourist destinations.

Another Malaysian city that is often overlooked is Ipoh which is somewhere in between Penang and Kuala Lumpur. The capital city of Perak may be quiet but it has its own charms that are worth discovering as well—especially their local food!

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