Hidden gems aplenty in Perak and Johor


Green glory: A picturesque cafe in Taman Merdeka, Johor Baru, that has become a hit with visitors.

IPOH: For the adventurous traveller, some parts of the Silver State are like diamonds in the rough.

There are plenty of places that are not popular but interesting to visit, said Ipoh-based travel and food blogger Emily Lowe.

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