Ipoh white coffee earns a spot in Lonely Planet

Young coffee lover Choy Cheng Zong (right) happily posing with Sin Yin Loong coffee shop operator Wong Meng.

IPOH, the birthplace of the iconic “white coffee”, has earned a place once more in Lonely Planet’s hall of fame.

Earlier this month, the travel guide’s latest publication, Global Coffee Tour, features one of the things Ipoh is famous for other than bean sprouts and chicken – its good old coffee culture.

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