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Guided Ipoh Heritage Tour from Kuala Lumpur
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Guided Ipoh Heritage Tour from Kuala Lumpur

Ipoh is a city in northwestern Malaysia, known as a gateway to the Cameron Highlands hill station.<br><br>Sam Poh Tong is a Buddhist temple in a limestone cave. To the south, Kellie’s Castle is an unfinished mansion built by a Scottish planter. Southeast, the vast Gua Tempurung cave has dramatic rock formations.
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yellowparrot wrote a review Jan 2020
Singapore, Singapore54 contributions41 helpful votes
Our Ipoh guide brought us here. There is an entrance fee; and the same aunty who collected the fee, also took some time to explain some of the artefacts. Like a standing fan that's over 100 years old and still functioning. If you're in your 50s, you will also appreciate the old typewriters, the old barber seats, the old F&N and other soft drink bottles, the old ice kachang machine (still used in some places today) etc etc. Amazed at the effort put in to build this museum which spreads over 2 floors, with an outdoor courtyard. Not for youngsters who are not interested in history.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Julius T wrote a review Jun 2019
Klang, Malaysia12 contributions
First time visited gopeng heritage house will little fees paid. Worth every penny cent as feel appreciated with how the owner briefed us the history of this heritage house. Sad story is the inventor of this heritage house longer in this world. You can the all the generation photo at the entrance of the wall. Listened to the story how the inventor build and keep those antique furniture and others is interesting. Inclusive how he go find all the original woods ( more than 150 years old) and supervise the construction and design really impressed me. Hoping more visitors and the little muzium will maintained for next few generation.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Monthewaid wrote a review Mar 2019
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom23 contributions14 helpful votes
Happened upon this little museum while waiting to change buses, It is an immaculate old residence full of highly polished dark period furniture and extending over three levels. Unfortunately little in the way of information was to be found from any notices or from the attendants.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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李智优 wrote a review Dec 2017
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia49,170 contributions539 helpful votes
It's a private museum & better to make an appointment with them before visiting. Its not open all the while
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Date of experience: December 2017
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INN G wrote a review Apr 2017
Gopeng, Malaysia40 contributions6 helpful votes
Go Go Gopeng inn the town walking around the museum, heritage house, 'Lai Fun' noodles and Antique Kopitiam.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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