Except to those completionists out there who want to see everything there is to see in the Ipoh area, this attraction is not a must.
The inside of Tempurung Cave is so grand that you won’t ever feel claustrophobic… at least not on the dry tours.
Following in the footsteps of Penang and Melaka, Ipoh is similarly decorated with colourful scenes on the sides of random buildings, sprucing up otherwise dull and crumbling walls.
Nestled in between serene lakes at the base of Gunung Rapat, Kek Look Tong’s imposing caves and stunning gardens were meant to savoured.
A literal buried treasure, Da Seng Ngan Temple laid forgotten under mud and rubble for 32 years.
Sam Poh Tong’s distinction as the oldest cave temple in Ipoh and supposedly the largest cave temple in all of Malaysia puts it consistently on to “Best Things To Do In Ipoh” lists.
Pretty murals are the focus at Nam Thean Tong, along with spooky cave passageways for adventurous visitors to explore.
Ling Sen Tong is a feast for the eyes, looking more like a theme park than a temple.
Bukit Kledang is a well-loved hiking spot – easily to get to, with paths that are clean, well-maintained and easy to follow.