And so we continue our trip to Central Perak and Kampar where not surprisingly, there are just so much to discover!!!
In case you do not know it, Perak is an exotic blend of rainforest, sophisticated and also old school kinda towns and beautiful lakes In this blog post, let me bring you on a quick trip to Hulu Perak – Pengkalan Hulu and Lenggong….
Our journey through Ipoh’s food scene was a revelation of flavors. From local delicacies to international delights, each eatery had its unique charm. If you’re a foodie seeking a memorable experience, Ipoh should undoubtedly be on your list of must-visit destinations. Until our next food adventure, happy eating!
Ipoh is well-known for its amazing food scene, and there are so many local foods this beautiful city in Malaysia has to offer. In this video, we're listing down 20 of the best food to try when visiting Ipoh.
Serviceable dim sum. Nothing out of the ordinary, despite the constant long queue.
The tau huay was still a bit softer and silkier than that from Fujiwara, but a bit powdery. This for the taste and texture, Fujiwara for the ambience.
The white coffee was smooth and tasted like mocha. The hor fun was really silky and the broth prawny and savoury – as good as I remembered it to be.
The tau huay was very soft and silky, set in a pandan syrup which was gentle and fragrant. Really nice tau huay, in an atmospheric cafe.
Tapau salted chicken for tonight. It is pretty alright, though one of the chicken not quite salted properly. The size suited for 3 person.
Came here for photoshoot with old trees and alley.
Super crowded and filled with commercial activies on a narrow lane.