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It is said that in 1926, Chong Sen Yee and his wife Choong Chan Yoke originated from Jiao-Ling province of China, discovered Perak Cave Temple also named “Perak Tong”. After receiving from Perak State Government, they started to develop the cave temple. It was Chong Sen Yee himself who mainly involved in the planning and development of the cave temple while his wife went around to look for fund to carry out the plan. After more than 50 years of attentive and meticulous work in and around the cave temple, Perak Temple has become one of the best cave temples in Malaysia. In 1980, Chong Sen Yee passed away followed by his wife in 1983, passing the heritage to the son, Chong Yin Chat who put even greater effort into the temple and thus making Perak Temple into an international tourist. There are many colourful paintings on the walls on the inner part of the cave. Being visited by not only Buddists, but people from other religions as well, Perak Temple is not being deemed as a religious place only. This place is appreciated by the visitors a destination to unwind and enjoy the calm and tranquil setting.
This Hakka Miners Club-turn- museum was founded by Towkay Leong Fee in 1893. During its glory day, only club members and their VIP guests were allowed to enter the exclusive club. Nowadays, the museum houses a private exhibition, in which visitors are able to get a picture of the lives of Hakka tin miners during the tin mining era. The museum attracted more than 6000 visitors in the first six months since being opened to public in February 2015 and the number of visitors keep increasing. With admission fee of RM10 per adult and RM5 for children), visitors have to make an appointment through online reservation system prior visit.
Nestled in a hidden valley in the Tambun district of Ipoh, this Tibetan temple complex consists of 13 storeys pagoda and majestic standing Buddha statue. Listed as one of the most awesome places in this city however, due to its remote location, it appears to be less visited than it deserves. The architechture of the pagoda is uniquely stunning with a huge opening from the 8th floor upwards through which an 11 metre high gold coloured Shakyamuni Buddha statue overlooks hills, ponds, and pomelo farms in the Kinta valley. In a very close proximity of the pagoda are a number of pavilions and buildings containing statues of deities, Buddhas, guardians, mythical creatures and more.
A warm and cozy atmosphere greeting from the moment your arrival, Paragon City Hotel is an ideal place for both leisure and business travelers. Offering guests a wide variety of stylist guestrooms and unique theme suites to suite both desires and budget, the extended facilities include a dining hall, multifunction conference hall, spa health centre, beauty & hair salon and mini mart. Apart from that, there are also shuttle service to airport, local tour guide service, photocopy and facsimile avaible to cater guests’ needs. Guests get to choose a wide range of rooms at afforble rates to experience a comfortable stay right at the heart of Ipoh city.
This hotel is devoted to pamper their guest like a family member, by creating best quality products and services in offering cozy and warm accomodation. Located in close proximity with many local attractions such as Hospital Fatimah (0.84 km), Pantai Hospital Ipoh (1.78 km), Hospital Raja Permaisuri Bainon (3.38 km) and Perak Cave Temple (3.42 km), this hotel is featured with air conditioner, elavator, WIFI and 24 hour front desk. All rooms are equipped with comforble beds, towels and toileteries, guests get to enjoy their stay here after a busy day in the city.