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Kinta Riverfront Walk, Ipoh

If anyone were to visit Ipoh and asked me what to eat, maybe I can tell them a few places... but if they were to ask me where to go for tourist spots, I have to crack my head.... I really do not know which place is attractive in Ipoh other than Food and Food.

But last night I discovered a new place... though not really attractive or something to shout out loud, it is still worth going especially during the night.  This so-called place is just opposite Kinta Riverfront Hotel.  Recommended to come here especially after a heavy dinner and need to shed off the calories... LOL...
 At the entrance of The Sands Bistro Cafe,...
Just opposite the Riverfront Hotel... 
If I've known earlier, I should have brought my camera along...
But now have to make do with my old phone iPhone 3 only!
Kids and adults alike... all having a good time here though it was after 10pm...
I must bookmark this place if there is another reunion with the Golden Girls... LOL...
Good to shed off some calories here.. walking up and down and opposite the river bank...
wahhhh...very glaring!
Something like I-city in KL?
Not sure, I haven't been to that place...
If only there are more events going on here...
Still a lot of improvement to be done...
The place is still not fully occupied yet...
Nevertheless, coming by during weekends should be safe....
Will come again when opportunity arises... 
Hope by then, there will be more Happenings in this place... 

Kinta Riverfront Walk
Jalan Lim Bo Seng
30000 Ipoh


Comments

  1. Normally i just visit caves when i'm visiting Ipoh, or Ipoh parade? But likely to leave Ipoh for Penang before evening, mostly 1 day trip :p

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  2. At one glance,I thought it was I-city in Shah Alam. Looks like our waterfront in Kuching except minus the glaring lights.Nice view at night.

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  3. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! LOL!!!Nice, very nice!

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  4. Great! Now I know where to go when I am at Ipoh :D Thanks for the info :P

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  5. Wah they completed jor ah? Last time I went it was under construction.

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  6. I must persuade my hubby to bring me here soon, cause looks nice!! And very near also la! xD

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  7. When you say "occupied", is this a big housing place, or maybe apartments? They get an awesome light show really! Is it like this all the time, or only getting ready for Christmas? Your phone takes very good pictures!

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  8. ken: next time you can stay overnight :)


    irene: yeah, if only my shots are better...

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  9. stp: hope by christmas, there will be more attractive decor there!


    charows: other than food.. right? hahaha..

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  10. kathy: i think Joshua will enjoy it now..


    hayley: yeah, can stay at the hotel opposite too..

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  11. ginny: oh dear, you are the only one who said my phone takes good pictures.. hahaha.. not doing much credit..


    rose: yes, seeing in real is much better...

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  12. Will have opportunity, when i go Ipoh, you bring me there, kaka...

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  13. the other day when i was in Ipoh, my friend brought me there, just make a turn driving but didn't get down.. i was quite impressed with this place actually (because i've not been to i-City mah, haha!!).. errr, hope it's still maintained by the time i go for a second visit in the future, well you know Malaysia lah~~ :D

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  14. sharon: yes, no problem!


    sk: yeah, i know what you mean.. hangat hangat ayam? :p

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  15. Yes they look like i-City in Shah Alam which is quite big with small fair for visitors. I think it wastes a lot of electricity in Shah Alam.

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  16. Hey Reana, the place is beautiful! Looks like x'mas period, so romantic lah! Hahaha!

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  17. TM: i think this one is not as big as i-City cos it has no entrance fees.. :)


    shirley: I hope they put up more lights during Christmas..

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  18. The lighted man-made trees remind me of I-city in Shah Alam. I have not been there either.

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  19. Mun, I think Ipoh is just a small fraction of Shah Alam I-city..

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