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Kinta Riverfront Walk is the Ipoh’s mini version of Shah Alam’s I-City, except that this one has a river. Upon coming at night, one may notice the multitude of LED lights decorating the area, making the area really bright, merry and somewhat romantic. What is good is that the river is clean and there are restaurants nearby to dine and enjoy the night view.
Located at Jalan Lim Bo Seng which is about ten minutes away from the town, it is placed nearby the main road of Jalan Lahat which is close to other facilities such as secondary schools, museums, temples, mosques, historical sites and many more. Since it is the newest attraction in town, the number of visitors is high, therefore the riverfront is easy to found and notice from afar, in addition to its already bright LED decorations. Most of the activities here are typically outdoors, such as going for strolls and bicycle rides.
People driving from Kuala Lumpur may drive via North-South Highway/E1 for immediate access to the Kinta Riverfront Walk. The journey could take up to two hours and twenty minutes depending on the current traffic situation.
The nearest train station is the Ipoh train station. From Kuala Lumpur International Airport, visitors can catch the Express Rail Link (ERL) train which goes to KL Sentral/Bandar Tasik Putrajaya/Cyberjaya/Salak Tinggi/KLIA route. There, one can board the Electric Train Services (ETS) northbound coach and stop by the mentioned station before opting for taxi or bus to go around to reach Kinta Riverfront Walk.
The nearest express bus terminal is the Amanjaya terminal which is located in 1, Persiaran Meru Raya 5. Take the trip directly to Ipoh Amanjaya from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) terminal using express bus services such as Sri Maju Express or KKKL before opting for local buses to go to the riverfront.
The Ipoh railway station is a railway station in the south-western side of Ipoh town that serves as a main railway terminal for the state under the Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) train line which offers intercity coaches via KTM Intercity, electric coaches via ETS services, as well as handling freight trains to transport goods. Its history can be traced till the year 1894 when a rudimentary build of the station was completed hastily as railway tracks for the Perak Railway (PR). The current version is officially opened in 1917 from Arthur Benison Hubback’s design and it is also known as the Taj Mahal of Ipoh by Ipoh residents. Later on, reconstruction works occurred in the station in order to refurbish the platforms and to accommodate electric train coaches. Nearby the railway station is the Ipoh Station Square which has undergone a major makeover in 2011 and reopened in 2013 as Ipoh Heritage Square.
Located at 6, Selasar Istana, Taman Istana, Ipoh, Kinta, this homestay is comfortable with a serene staying experience suited for families and groups of friends. Facilities include cable television, shower, water heater, parking and free Wi-Fi.
Hotel Sagittario is one of the recognized hotels here, a two-star hotel that can be found 5, Medan Istana 3, Bandar Ipoh Raya, Ipoh, Kinta. This establishment has a decent setting with a simple setup that includes facilities such as television, desk, shower, air conditioner, parking and free Wi-Fi.
A premium accommodation that is pretty close to the Kinta Riverfront Walk with a majestic atmosphere located alongside Jalan Lim Bo Seng, Ipoh, Kinta. The hotel is modern and sophisticated, with a big range of facilities and services such as television, shower, bathtub, hairdryer, desk, concierge, laundry service, fitness centres, meeting facilities, bar, restaurants, coffee shop, outdoor pool, ballroom and many more.