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Friday, 14 December 2018

Stopping At Time Tunnel, Ipoh Old Town (Part 1).

One cool morning after taking breakfast in Kedai Kopi Kin Kok, Ipoh old town, we were attracted by the exhibits in the next door shop. As the place is open to public viewing, we spent some time looking at the items on display and here are some snapshots to share in this post. I will share the rest in another post.
 Time Tunnel, No. 23, Jalan Panglima, Ipoh Old Town.
We are in the middle of the year end school holiday and this part of town is crowded with visitors from far and near.
A trishaw at the entrance of Time Tunnel.
A mobile antique food stall attached to a bicycle. 
 Furniture made from wood.
 Wood craft on display
 Cute wooden stool
 Child's rocking 4 wheeler.
 Wooden stool with elephants.
 Cloak hanger and hook
 Wooden porcupines without the sharp quills.
 Wooden rooster
 Wooden chair in the shape of a hand.
 Wooden rhinoceros 
 For those who are interested in antique exhibits, you are invited to view them on the 1st and 2nd floor of Time Tunnel. The fees is shown as above.
 Some of the antique exhibits as shown in the flyer.
 These antiques will refresh the golden memories of yesteryear.
 A location map to guide you there. 
Next to Time Tunnel is this empty space for parking.
After your visit to Time Tunnel, do take time to visit the other interesting places near by, as listed above.

Everything is appropriate in its own time.

But though God has planted eternity in the hearts of men, even so,

many cannot see the whole scope of God's work from beginning to end.

(Ecclesiastes 3:11, The Living Bible-TLB)
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The following pictures are for joining Good Fences, Skywatch Friday & Friday Bliss
Stainless steel gate and fence.
 Early morning scene at the recreational park @ 7 am.
A lovely place for exercise and clean fresh air in the early morning.

Linking to Good Fences, Skywatch Friday & Friday Bliss.

44 comments:

  1. ...your first picture made me smile, kids looking at phones could have been taken anywhere!

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  2. That is some incredible wood work. Amazing the different types of work on display. I learn a lot through you.
    Love the verse, the phrase about God planting eternity in the hearts of men is really making me think.
    Take care, and have a good weekend.

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    1. Thank you, Yogi! We learn a lot from one another through our blogs. Take car and have a good weekend too!

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  3. The early morning scene with the lights, palms, and midnight blue sky and water, is just gorgeous! Time tunnel is so cool, and you can learn about your history. Are any of the items for sale?

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    1. I am not very sure but I think they are for sale.

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  4. Funny - all of those kids in the first photo are on their phones.

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    1. This seems to be the case every where we go.

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  5. A very nice collection of items. I really love all the wood carvings. The night shots are very pretty. Have an awesome weekend Nancy.

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  6. How nice! I love those wood stools :-)

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  7. Love the time tunnel and that early morning scene.

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  8. Interesting post! The carvings are excellent.

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  9. Hello Nancy!
    What an amazing woodwork! Wonderful wood carvings!
    Gorgeous pictures and great reflections of the lights and the trees in the water!
    Have a lovely day and a happy weekend!
    Dimi...

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  10. It is fun to revisit old times in museums. That's a nice fence and beautiful skies.

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  11. I like the cute wooden stools

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  12. Hello, I love all the wood carvings. So pretty. The blue hour sky photos are gorgeous. Enjoy your day and have a happy weekend!

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  13. Wow that wood work is amazing I am more than impressed. We are off to the UK Monday caring for FIL, not sure how much time I will have over the next 6 weeks but I will pop in if I can. Meanwhile have a great Christmas. Diane

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    1. Have a smooth journey. Hope your FIL gets well soon. Have a beautiful Christmas.

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  14. Thanks for sharing the photos, I like looking at the wood cravings. Are they for sale?

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  15. How fun. I would have loved exploring the Time Tunnel.

    I love he young folks with their phones. No matter where you go there are people with their heads in their phones.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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    1. This is the latest trend. People of all ages, especially the young ones can be seen with their heads in their phones. Have a wonderful new week!

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  16. The kids all looking down at their phones is both funny and sad. I fear the young people are missing out because they never take their eyes off their phone! Beautiful early morning shots and deep blue colors.

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    1. So true. They just come together and yet their focus is on their phone. Have a great new week!

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  17. The woodcrafts are quite a neat sight!

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  18. I always park at that carpark when heading to Kong Heng :)

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    1. Very convenient instead of driving around looking for one.

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  19. Interesante reportaje. Besitos.

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