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Tuesday, 2 October 2018

Wedding Celebration At Banjaran Hotsprings Jeff's Cellar, Ipoh.

Recently, we were invited to a wedding celebration buffet lunch held at Banjaran Hotsprings Jeff's Cellar in Ipoh. I have heard of this place but have never been there. I have to goggled for the location and direction to this place before the actual date, to know how to get there.

It was Sunday buffet lunch and we reached before the bride and groom arrived. It was a great opportunity for us to visit and experience an unique buffet lunch at the Jeff's Cellar in a cave. I think this is the first time for majority of the guests. This is the first of two posts.
Steps leading up to Jeff's Cellar where the buffet lunch was held.
Decorations at the side of steps.
Jeff's Cellar
Entrance to the Jeff's Cellar through these big wooden doors.
Decorations at the side
Decorations in the cellar.
Antiques chair and cushions for guests at the lobby.
Guests at the lobby.
Stalactite/stalagmite
Same as above.
Decorations on the table, facing the lighted stalactite.stalagmite.
Some short speeches before the lunch.
Lighted stalagmites
Decorations at the dining hall.
Decorations at the dinning hall.
Decorations.
Wine bottles lined the wall in the cellar.
More wine bottles.
Decorations.
Decorations.
Beer drum
 Washrooms. Ladies on the left and gents on the right.
This is the Ladies' washroom
Antique wooden door of the washroom.
Beautiful lighted stalactites and stalagmites
These photos were taken with my humble phone camera.
You will have to see and experience this unique place for yourself.


When a farmer's land has had many showers upon it
and good crops come up,
that land has experienced God's blessing upon it.
(Hebrews 6:7, The Living Bible-TLB)

44 comments:

  1. GOODNESS, it really IS in a cave!! I have never seen such a thing!

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    1. Thank you, Ginny! It was a wonderful experience!

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  2. ...what a wonderful venue for a wedding. The collections of things from the past are great. Thanks, Nancy for sharing, I hope that you enjoy your week.

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  3. I wonder who owns the cave and also the hill or is it mountain where this cave is located.

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    1. If I am not mistaken, it belongs to the boss of Sunway Group.

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  4. I have never attend wedding in this kind of place before...

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  5. Hello, the cave is a cool place to have a wedding. Love the photos! Enjoy your day and week ahead!

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  6. Unique cave-like place to hold a wedding reception. But cool. Haha.

    Definitely everyone will remember this place.

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    1. Thank you, Rose! A very memorable experience.

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  7. I like the lighted stalactites and stalagmites, so romantic, is this an underground place?

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    1. It is a cave. Ipoh has many limestone caves.

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  8. Caves are beautiful places of wonder, i would like to see a restaurant/venue in a cave.

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  9. Very interesting... I love touring caves --and in summer, being underground is always COOLER... BUT--I've never heard of someone turning a cave into a fancy restaurant.....Wow--I'm sure you enjoyed this wonderful experience...

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. Thank you, Betsy! Yes, it was a very unique experience.

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  10. It is beautiful and so unique. I love all of the decorations. I'll bet it was nice and cool in there too!

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    1. Yes, it was nice and cool but they also use fan.

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  11. A beautiful place but I would guess it was quite cool in there. I am surprised that the cave can stand so much lighting though. Have a good day Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane! It was not very brightly lit.

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  12. Oh what a fabulous place to visit. I would have enjoyed exploring here too. Was this an old winery at one time? Seems it might have been. I've been in similar places in the wine country and it's a good place to store the wine and keep it cool.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee! It was used as a cellar by a rich man.

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  13. Wow, looks interesting!

    https://elenabienvenido.blogspot.com/

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  14. Wow! that's a beautiful place!

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  15. What an amazing venue for a wedding, so much interest.

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  16. Very nice. And I think, very expensive.

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  17. Looks like a very interesting and unique place for a wedding banquet. Beautiful decorations.

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