Perak, Malaysia · 244 hotels available
6-8, Jalan Dato' Seri Ahmad Said Greentown, Ipoh, Kinta, Perak, Malaysia, 30450
No. 2, Jalan Ampang Baru 6A, Pusat Perdagangan Ampang Baru, Ipoh, Kinta, Perak, Malaysia, 31350
2, Regat Dato Mahmud (Off Jalan Pasir Puteh), Ipoh, Kinta, Perak, Malaysia, 31650
Lot 10406, Jalan Sturrock, Off Jalan Tambun, Ipoh, Kinta, Perak, Malaysia, 30350
No. 2, Persiaran Lagun Sunway 1, Sunway City Ipoh, Ipoh, Tambun, Perak, Malaysia, 31150
No. 1-C, Jalan Meru Casuarina, Bandar Meru Raya, , Ipoh, Kinta, Perak, Malaysia, 30020
29, Jalan Meru Bestari B4, Medan Meru Bestari, Bandar Meru Raya, Ipoh, Kinta, Perak, Malaysia, 30020
2 Hala Datuk 5, Off Jalan Leong Boon Swee, , Ipoh, Kinta, Perak, Malaysia, 31650
BLK B-G-28, Jalan Dr Nazrin Shah 1, Casuarina Corporate Park, Ipoh, Kinta, Perak, Malaysia, 30250
93A & 95, Jalan Meru Bestari B2, Medan Meru Bestari, Ipoh, Kinta, Perak, Malaysia, 30020
Kinta district was one of the major tin producers in the 18th century. According to an old tale, Kinta was named after a river. Once, there was a group of explorers lead by Tok Changkat Piatu on their way to set up a settlement. In their journey crossing the river, they heard bell-like sound. What makes them curious was that there’s a lizard trying to cross the river too and whenever the lizard stops, the bell-like sound stops too. Hence, Tok Changkat Piatu named the river ‘Sungai Genta’. His name also been changed to Dato Panglima Kulop Genta. Overtime, the spelling in Arabic jawi for Genta consisted of the alphabet qaf, nun and ta was pronounced as Kinta.
Kinta is a district in Perak, Malaysia. Kinta district consisted of 5 sub-districts, namely Belanja, Hulu Kinta, Sungai Raia, Sungai Terap and Tanjung Tualang. Kinta areas spans across along the Kinta River covering Ipoh in the north up to Kampar in the south passing Batu Gajah, Gopeng and its surrounding.
There are flights to Ipoh provided by Malaysia Airlines, Malindo Air, Firefly and Air Asia.
People driving from Kuala Lumpur may drive through the North-South Expressway (PLUS) to Ipoh that will take approximately two to three hours journey.
Among the available express bus services are Perak Transit, Edaran, Super Ria, Konsortium and Parit Express giving direct links from Kuala Lumpur to Ipoh.
Other option is to take the Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) Intercity or KTM Electric Train Service (ETS) trains that offers stop at the Ipoh Railway Station.
A great hotel situated in Kinta district. A simple hotel with decent facilities.
De Botani Hotel has a very good location. It offers splendid service together with wide range of facilities provided.
One of the most common preferred hotel situated in Kinta district. This hotel is likable by many tourist travelling solo, accompanied with friends or family.
For family vacation or leisure, this place provides a satisfactory comfort during your stay in Kinta district.
This hotel is a perfect choice for people seeking a luxurious treat for holiday. Get the most excellent services and make your stay a memorable experience.
Travelling to Kinta district is more towards the hunt for getting to know Perak history. A good starting place is to book a tour with Ipoh World or visit the Han Chin Pet Soo Museum. The exhibition provided useful information about the life of early tin mining era in Kinta district. Another place of interest highlighting the tin mining history is the Kinta Tin Mining Museum that has been keeping ‘the largest tin dredge in Malaysia’.
People who appreciate beautiful colonial era building would surely admire Ipoh Railway Station. Local residents also recognized it as the Taj Mahal of Ipoh since some of the building structures are featuring Mughal architecture. There is a Rythmic Water Fountain show at the park nearby during the night.
Gerbang Malam Ipoh Night Market is where a night market takes place daily in the main town of Ipoh. ‘Gerbang Malam’ or the ‘Gateway of the Night’ is simply an interesting place for most consumer goods and enjoying nightlife in Kinta district.
Being in Kinta district, a must-try is to taste the original Ipoh White Coffee that has been hands down and served by most kopitiams (coffee shops) around.