KL 2017 Cave Temple in Ipoh


On the way back to Kampar, we stopped by a temple built in a cave.

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The temple name is Ling Sen Tong.

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Here are some photos taken in the compound of the temple.

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The following are inside the cave.

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After visiting the temple, we continued our journey back to Kampar.

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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.

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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.

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The train ride was slightly less than 2 hours.

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The train ride was quite comfortable.

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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.

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