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.
We're back in Ipoh again for another food trip. There's so much good food in this city that this time we'll take 3 days to explore and try out all the best foods that Ipoh has to offer.
Ipoh, Perak is another foodie hotspot in Malaysia. There is a ton of delicious local food in this city, we're going to try some of the famous spots that we've never been to before during our short 2 days 1 night food trip.
After our first trip to Ipoh more than a month ago, we have decided to go back and explore the other tourist attractions in the
Ipoh is the capital city of the Malaysian state of Perak. Located by the Kinta River, it is nearly 180 km (110 mi) north of Kuala Lumpur and 123 km (76 mi) southeast of George Town in neighboring Penang. As of 2010, Ipoh had a population of 657,892, making it the fourth largest city in Malaysia by population.
Ipoh, Malaysia – With its proximity to Singapore, just within an hour flight away, it is surprising that Ipoh is not on the radar of many Singaporeans as compared to the likes of a weekend tr…
Ipoh has always been one of my favorite cities to visit because it is steeped in heritage…. Our short little visit to Ipoh brought us to some of the 27 heritage spots in Ipoh….
Ipoh is one of the best street food gems in Malaysia. It is just approximately an hour ride from Penang.
Breakfast: Yee Fatt Curry Mee, Jalan Kampar Lunch: Yong Suan (Nasi Ganja), Ipoh Dessert: Llaollao, Ipoh Parade Dinner: Restoran Ong Kee
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.
Love this street more than concubine lane, with less crowd, less commercial and more art.
This shop remains one of the most popular tourist restaurants in Ipoh. The place is probably too small and too crowded. We didn't dine here, just tapau their egg tart (RM 2.60) and chicken bun..
Sun Yuan Foong (famous for Chee Cheong Fun) and Sin Yoon Long (famous for Wantan Mee) next door are "friendly", so you can order food from both shop. This shop is just opposite the super famous Nam..