|Concubine Lane in Ipoh|
|Kong Heng Square|
Located in an alley behind the main road, you will see over 20 murals painted on both sides on the walls. If you take the Ipoh Heritage Trail walk, you will see other world renown street artist with their massive works painted on certain buildings in the Ipoh Old Town area.
|Ipoh Art Lane for the amazing street art|
There is also the Lost World Hotel located in the park which is about 20 minutes from Ipoh city.
This animation park offers quite a bit of attractions for the whole family and there are also some hotels located around the vicinity of this new theme park in Ipoh.
|Sam Poh Tong Temple Ipoh - Photo: VirtualMalaysia|
|Ipoh Street Art Map|
Apparently, the Qing Xin Ling Cultural Village in Ipoh showcases some authentic Chinese cultures from the 60s and 70s and is popular for day trips for locals.
A nice lake surrounds the place and you can rent old style bicycles or even trishaws to move around the village.
|Sin Yoon Loong, one of the oldest coffee shops in Ipoh|
|Best Western Premier The Haven Ipoh, one of the lake facing units|
- January - Hottest Month
- October - Wettest Month
|One of the old shop houses along the Ipoh old town|
Check in to one of the hotels by booking through Traveloka and you can easily walk around the city or drive to other tourist spots. Alternatively, you can even experience the Kuala Lumpur - Ipoh - Penang experience where you pick up your rented car from KL and drop it off in Penang.