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WITH May 10 and 11 declared as public holidays, the increased domestic travel brought about by GE14 has spurred higher patronage at various eateries in the older quarter of the city.
IPOH: They might have come back to cast their ballots, but they could not resist taking a bite of their hometown cuisine.
IPOH: Mechanical waitresses are taking the town by storm – people are flocking to the Nam Heong Kopitiam at Ipoh Soho here to experience the new fad.
It is a case of no-pain-no-gain for businesses in Ipoh raking in tourism revenue but struggling with manpower shortage.
MANY Malaysians took advantage of the Hari Raya holidays and week-long school break to visit Ipoh.
How much can you eat in a day for US$10 in KL? More than you think! Here are some of the cheapest and tastiest Malaysian street food the city has to serve.
The best hor fun, or flat rice noodles, are arguably from Ipoh.
WEEKENDS just got a whole lot more interesting with the Kelana Jaya and Ampang LRT line extension, connecting folk all across the Klang Valley.
The Other Festival in Ipoh embraces arts, heritage, food and music.
IPOH’s beloved white coffee continues to reign supreme despite the emergence of a café culture in the city.