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GRAYHAUS SOHO Deluxe Queen Room 04 @ IPOH New Town

Why our place? LOCATION - 5 storey Shophouse located on main street of Ipoh New Town, Taman Jubilee - 5 mins walk from popular food spots - Easily walk around to explore the city - 8 mins walk to Ipoh Old Town, Concubine Lane - 11 mins walk to Ipoh Parade mall - 15 mins walk to Ipoh Railway Station KTM - Local day & night market, flea market nearby PREMISE - Deluxe hotel standard bed with towels - Free wifi - Newly refurbished building

$17 per night
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NEW Sky's residence @ M Roof 1 King Size Bed

Sky's residence is located right in the center of Ipoh garden south in M Roof Hotel & Residences. The room is designed and furnished into comfortable hotel style to provide you a hotel aesthetic home feeling. You will be impressed on the bed setting with a 12" thickness mattress that is featuring in 5-Stars hotel filled with duck down plush top and dual density pillows to provide your a fluffy cloud-like feel that ensure you a comfy sleep after a hectic day of travelling in Ipoh.

$23 per night
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GRAYHAUS SOHO Deluxe Single Room 02@ IPOH New Town

Why our place? LOCATION - 5 storey Shophouse located on main street of Ipoh New Town, Taman Jubilee - 5 mins walk from popular food spots - Easily walk around to explore the city - 8 mins walk to Ipoh Old Town, Concubine Lane - 11 mins walk to Ipoh Parade mall - 15 mins walk to Ipoh Railway Station KTM - Local day & night market, flea market nearby PREMISE - Deluxe hotel standard bed with towels - Free wifi - Newly refurbished building

$15 per night

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Ipoh town Santorini palette@majestic condo
$39 per night
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Seed Homestay ~ cozy and comfy urban farmhouse
$23 per night
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H2H - Tham's Condo 2 @ Majestic Ipoh
$41 per night
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★Super Promo★Jomstay - Octagon Suite 1 (Ipoh Town)
$37 per night
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JOMSTAY - Majestic Premier Suite 1 (Ipoh Town)
$51 per night
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Steam Punk @ 家 Majestic Ipoh J18
$47 per night
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HOOGA Nest: Stay in the heart of Ipoh, Octagon 🖤
$57 per night
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Erica Underwood GuestHouse (Oldtown; ROOM 106)
$22 per night
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Menara Majestic Ipoh H28 3br
$34 per night
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★Super Promo★Ipoh Town★JOMSTAY-Majestic Suite 1
$43 per night
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Jap-themed room |private bathroom ❤ Ipoh Home Inn
$22 per night
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Secret Base Premium Studio @ Octagon Ipoh
$36 per night

Your guide to Ipoh

All About Ipoh

Halfway between Penang and Kuala Lumpur in the Malaysian state of Perak, the city of Ipoh is famous for its limestone caves, grandiose architecture, and vibrant street art. Known as one of the country’s culinary capitals, this is a great place to tour the famous hawker stalls to sample regional delicacies like ayam tauge (bean sprouts and chicken) and curry mee (wheat noodles and roasted pork in coconut-milk broth). Adrenaline seekers flock to the region to explore one of Malaysia’s largest cave networks and go whitewater rafting on the Kampar River. If you are looking for something more low-key, check out Kellie’s Castle. Construction started in the early 20th century, but when the owner died suddenly, the Scottish-style castle was left half-finished in the middle of the forest, where you can walk its supposedly haunted corridors and explore its secret tunnels.


How do I get around Ipoh?

Sultan Azlan Shah Airport (IPH) is only 10 minutes’ drive away, but serves only a handful of local destinations. Most international travelers will arrive at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL). From Kuala Lumpur, you can take a 2.5-hour direct train to Ipoh. Once you’ve arrived, there are many ways to get around. Most attractions are easily walkable — you can take the Ipoh Heritage Trail, which includes more than two dozen historic buildings in the Old Town. Taxis or ride-hailing services are available, alongside frequent public buses that cover most areas of the city.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Ipoh?

Ipoh experiences a hot, humid tropical climate all year round. December through February are the driest and coldest months of the year, a good time to get out and explore the cave temples or Kellie’s Castle. From March until May, the weather is usually pretty comfortable and consistent, making this a nice time to book your Ipoh villa. August until November is the monsoon season, and while it can get very soggy, often the rain comes in hard, quick bursts followed by hours of sunshine. Regardless when you visit, it is always a good idea to keep a waterproof layer handy when you go out exploring for the day.


What are the top things to do in Ipoh?

Perak Tong Cave Temple

The area surrounding Ipoh is dotted with more than 30 cave temples that were chiseled out of the limestone cliffs by Buddhist monks. One of the most stunning is Perak Tong Cave Temple, which features a 40-foot-tall Buddha statue, a beautiful Chinese temple gate, and 450 steps that lead through a series of ornate gazebos until you reach the top of the limestone hill.

Mural Art Lane

This small alleyway on the eastern bank of the River Kinta features large, brightly colored illustrations of everyday life in Malaysia, including regional customs and images from the area’s turbulent past. Not only is this a great place to enjoy work by local artists, but it also offers excellent photo opportunities.

Tambun Cave

Ipoh is famous for its Neolithic cave paintings that date from between 2,000 and 5,000 years ago. Tambun Cave, a National Heritage Site, features hundreds of these drawings of people and animals on a sheer cliff face. If you pay close attention, you may even see remnants of snail shells on the ground, thought to have been food for the original artists.