Group Tour

1) Please show your Tour Card when joining the tour. Please take care of your Tour Card as it is the only access to the tour.
2) Please follow the arrangement of the guide. Participants are not allowed to leave team without permission.

November 20, 2024 Whole Day
08:30 Departing
9:30-11:00 Gaharu Tea Valley
11:00-12:00 Kek Lok Tong
12:00-14:00 Lunch Time
(Yum Yum Restaurant)
14:00-16:00 Heritage Walk (Train Station - Concubine Lane - Hor Yan Hor Museum/Han Chin Pet Soo)

Note: This is a tentative itinerary. The final schedule is subject to slight adjustments based on actual arrangements made by the tour guide.

Gaharu Tea Valley

The valley has an impressive numbers of 200,000 gaharu trees, which also known as agarwood, span through hundreds of acres of land with Ipoh's beautiful limestone mountains as the backdrop. It's touristy, emphasizing the healing powers of gaharu and its role in Middle Eastern and Chinese cultures, with contrived attractions such as 'Lovers' Tree'.
Kek Lok Tong

With a craggy cave mouth beneath a towering cliff, Kek Look Tong (1920) has the most impressive approach of all Ipoh's temples. Three Sages dominate the central cavern, while towards the back a cheerful Chinese Buddha of Future Happiness sits in the company of three bodhisattvas. Beyond the main chamber, the cave passage opens onto a lagoon and picturesque gardens, bookended by forested cliffs.
Concubine Lane
Ho Yan Hor & Han Chin Pet Soo Museum

Ipoh Railway Station