Interesting Things to Do in Ipoh Malaysia
Ipoh is among the least explored cities in the region of Perak, despite being rich in a variety of interesting attractions. Ipoh is famous in Malaysia due to its old town where people can learn lots of interesting history, not to mention the breathtaking street murals and museums.  The key advantage here is you get to enjoy the best of both worlds i.e. life in the city as well as the countryside.  When it comes to matters of food, ipoh haven resort is not left behind, famous for its rich variety of dishes heavily influenced by the large Chinese community residing there.  To top it all off, it is also home to Ipoh White coffee, which any coffee enthusiast should be excited to try on a trip here.  Below are some amazing things to keep you busy in Ipoh. 

You can visit the Kek Lok Tong cave temple which is among the jewels of Ipoh’s crown.  It occupies a huge complex of land, covering about 12 acres.  It has been therefore slightly over 100 years and is a key place of worship for the residents.  Inside the cave is a beautiful altar surrounded by Chinese and Buddhist deities and some breathtaking trails that take visitors past two glassy lakes.  If you wish to relax and unwind, there is also a Zen garden. 

If you are travelling as a family, then look no further than the Lost World of hotel haven ipoh.  This theme park is among the most famous and biggest attractions of the area, comprising of a vast complex with a broad range of fun sections, such as a waterpark and Tiger Valley.  If you are an animal lover, and also make sure to visit the Lost World Hot Springs or Lost World Petting Zoo.  On top of all these attractions, you can also visit the main theme park which features various rides for all age groups.

If you wish to take a break from the city life and have an engaging day trip, you could visit Gaharu Tea Valley, which is just outside of Ipoh in Gopeng.  The Tea Valley has been operating for about 20 years and covers over 300 acres of land, including nearly 200,000 Gaharu trees.  You can take a tour of the plantation at the Tea Valley, and immerse yourself in nature with acres upon acres of Agar wood trees.  Also, make sure you visit the very famous, 20-year-old tree in the valley, as folklore has it that if you hug it, you will have plenty of good luck.