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Perak Tong (approx. 6km)
Perak Tong, a limestone cave temple, is located at Jalan Kuala Kangsar, 6km to the north of Ipoh. This temple houses over 40 Buddha statues, the centre piece being a 12.8m high sitting Buddha. Beyond the main altar, there is a passage which leads into the interior of the cave. After a steep climb of 385 steps, the cave opens again to reveal a wonderful view of the surrounding countryside. http://www.perak.info/kinta/Perak_Tong_Chinese_Temple.htm
Kek Lok Tong (approx. 7km)
The Kek Lok Tong Cave Temple is a tourist attraction situated in the natural and picturesque area of Guning Rapat in the south of Ipoh - the capital of Perak state in west Malaysia. It is owned and managed by Kek Look Seah (a not-for-profit organization). http://www.keklooktong.org/
Sam Poh Tong (approx. 5.5km)
Sam Poh Tong, discovered in 1912, is a Chinese Buddhist Temple within a natural limestone hill. Developed by the Buddhist community and now has become an international tourist spot attracting visitors from all over the world. Among the main attractions there are a beautifully decorated pavillion in front of the temple and a landscaped garden with a fish pool, which was awarded " The Best Landscaped garden" in Malaysia 1993. http://www.perak.info/kinta/Sam_Poh_Tong_Temple.htm
Kellie's Castle (approx. 15km)
This unfinished castle was the brainchild of William Kellie Smith, a Scottish rubber tycoon during the late 19th Century. Located in Batu Gajah, the castle though commonly referred to as Kellie's Castle, is often spoken of as Kellie's Folly. http://www.perak.info/kinta/Kellie_Castle_Batu_Gajah.htm
The Dr. Seenivasagam Park, or more known as DR Park to the locals, is the most famous recreation park in Ipoh.
It's also the biggest and well-developed park among the others. It has all the facilities to suit the needs of lovers, families, youngsters and elders. http://www.explore-ipoh.com/dr-park.html
Japanese Garden (approx. 2km)
Located near the Perak Turf Club in lpoh (island of Perak), this public park recreates the aesthetics of a Japanese garden. A small Japanese house, a koi pond and a wooden bridge across a stream are some of the elements. The grounds are lush with a variety of beautiful tropical flowers, plants and trees. An idiosyncratic attraction is the colorful floral clock on a slope. http://www.malaysiahotelreview.com/perak/destination/japanese-garden.shtml
Royal Perak Golf Club (approx. 4km)
Royal Perak Golf Club began as Ipoh Golf Club (IGC), a humble nine-hole course on the Race Course, before the turn of the last Century. In 1932, as a result of the growing membership, 180 acres of land were acquired along the then Tiger Lane to construct an 18-hole golf course, and a new improved clubhouse added. http://www.royalperak.com.my/
Lost World of Tambun (approx. 8.5km)
Hidden amongst the lush greenery of Tambun, Ipoh is this latest jewel in the Sunway crown.
A fully themed water park that appears to emerge from the surrounding limestone cliffs and vibrant jungle - new world of adventure just waiting to be explored.
What was once a valley of old has now exploded to life with the river of adventure, raging waterfalls, rushing rapids, majestic cliffs, magnificent tigers, ancient caves and hot springs with ancient therapeutic properties. http://www.sunwaylostworldoftambun.com/