On the way back to Kampar, we stopped by a temple built in a cave.
The temple name is Ling Sen Tong.
Here are some photos taken in the compound of the temple.
The following are inside the cave.
After visiting the temple, we continued our journey back to Kampar.
We stopped by a road side vendors where many stalls sell pomelo. My sister brought me to the stall where she usually buy from. But the owner was not around.
I bought 2 home for my dad. They were RM35 (about CAD11). The price is not cheap compared with what I can get from Vancouver. After a few days, one of them started to rot. Look’s like I got a bad deal.
My sister left the car for her two daughters to use in Kampar. Both of us took a train back to Kuala Lumpur.
The train ride was slightly less than 2 hours.
The train ride was quite comfortable.
My sister had a nasi lemak on board. They reheated the nasi lemak in the microwave. RM8 (about CAD2.50) for the above which is quite expensive in Malaysia standard.