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Wednesday, 8 April 2015

PLACES OF INTEREST IN IPOH OLD TOWN #1

During the recent school holidays, we brought our friends to old town for breakfast. After our breakfast we took a walk around the area to have a look at the things that have been attracting a lot of visitors to this part of town especially during weekends and public holidays.
We parked our car at Jalan Panglima, Ipoh old town. It was still early and the place was not busy yet.

Side view of Plan B, Jalan Panglima.





















Narrow walk way between Plan B and Restoran Kong Keng.
Plan B





















Antique tap and wash basin

Many, many padlocks.

Came to this interesting part with small craft stalls. It was still early and not all stalls were opened.

Plenty of crafts and souvenirs.

More crafts and key chains
Soft toys & purses, etc.

Fashion accessories, caps, etc.

Bags and purses

A short distance away, we saw this unique door.
No one has ever seen God. But the unique One,

who is himself God, is near to the Father's heart.

He has revealed God to us.

(John 1:18, New International Version-NIV)

37 comments:

  1. Your shots are beautiful, Nancy! I couldnt snap them from near....

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    1. Thanks, Claire, some turned up well but some not clear.

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  2. i love the greenery. and that door!

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  3. I am one of those visitors to Ipoh who always visit ipoh old town. :)

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    1. Mun, thank you and we Ipohites always welcome you to visit us.

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  4. Beautiful photos, Nancy! I love that door... and your choice of scripture. =) blessings ~ tanna

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    1. Thank you, Tanna. Very unique door!

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  5. Beautiful door. Love the crafts for sale at the market, interesting place to visit.

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    1. Thank you, dear. I am sure you would enjoy this place.

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  6. Nancy, this is such a fun post and your photos are gorgeous. So many beautiful and colourful things here. Thank you so much for sharing.

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    1. Thank you, Linda. I am happy that you enjoyed them.

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  8. So many pretties. You must have good willpower. My favorite is the many colored padlocks. Unusual and beautiful.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. Very interesting place to visit.

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  9. Thaeyare very interesting photos. I love your accesories in Poland are the same..

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    1. Thank you, Gosia. Some are very pretty accessories.

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  10. I think I remember I saw some of the pic in Claire's blog. Hehe. You take a good job of the photographing them.

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    1. Hi Rose, thank you. Yes, Claire has posted and her photos are very interesting and beautiful ones.

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  11. If i were there, i will sure stay very long...

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    1. Hi Sharon, I am sure you will enjoy the place very much.

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  12. Usually if in ipoh , we went food hunting :p

    Too old for those Zakka shop and knick knacks :p

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    1. Hi, Kathy, same here too...food first, look see later.

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  13. I see that Ipoh is a good place to visit to see all those interesting things and places!

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    1. Phong Hong, we welcome you to visit and enjoy especially our Ipoh food.

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  14. Unknown place for me ... thanks for sharing !!! Have a lovely day !

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    1. Hi Geraldine, a lovely day to you too.

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  15. What a beautiful place and so many pretty things. I would love to spend my mornings there. ❤

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    1. Hi Sharon, I am sure you will enjoy your morning here.

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  16. This place absolutely have the feel, ipoh seems to be near singapore! Might go visit if possible (: x

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    1. Hi Birdie, you will like Ipoh and the food too. Thanks for dropping by.

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    1. Thank you, dear. Its a beautiful place.

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  18. Ipoh got this kinda scene? Can't imagine wor. The arts and crafts place is walking distance from Kong Heng?

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    1. Yes, Stacy, we do have and they are all walking distance from Kong Heng.

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