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Ipoh Enchanting Hills In Qing Xin Ling

Enchanting moments begin in Qing Xin Ling, a newly discovered nature surrounded by hilly greens and ponds.  Also known as "Serene Hill", Qing Xin Ling is now the latest tourism attraction in Ipoh... personally, I feel it is worth going especially after a trial of food adventure in our beloved Ipoh City. 

True to its name, this leisure and cultural village is filled with serenity, suitable for all ages... families, friends.. and what came to my mind is having retreats here is the best option, so near to home ... 

Opened somewhere in August 2014, this place is now opened to public... chalets and bicycles are available... for nature lovers, this will be a perfect spot to explore.....
 Taken from the hilly side.... 
Trekking up is just very easy... 
If I can do it, anyone else can.... 
Of Rocks.....
.... and Beautiful Limestone....
 Mountains and Water...
Foong Sang Sui Hei
 
Amazing sights.... 
 UP and UP we went.... 
Cultural sights are seen...
Renovations still undergoing... 
In another few months.... it will be another story....
Taken from a perfect spot....
What can I say.... 

IPOH, I am proud of YOU!


Qing Xin Ling Leisure And Cultural Village,
No. 22A, Persiaran Pinggir Rapat 5A, 
Taman Saikat, 31350, Ipoh, Perak. 
Mobile Phone 012-516 1556.

Comments

  1. Wow, this is really beautiful. Yes, we love Ipoh and we are proud of Ipoh. Thank you for sharing this treasure with us.

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    1. Hope you enjoy the sights too when you go next time..

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  2. OK ok...another limestone hill was uncover. It looks beautiful and serene. Bring me there ya!

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  3. Thank you for answering my questions from previously, Claire! Your pictures are gorgeous!!! Especially the reflections in the green water. This place is loaded with a mysterious beauty!! Your shot from above is so good too!! You must be in great shape to trek all through here! This shows the awesomeness of mother Nature at it's best!

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    1. My friend supplied me the pictures.. I am not a good photographer though... hope the real sights are more beautiful...

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  4. Everything is so beautiful here, looks like postcard pictures! You look cute in that hat.. Now I also wana buy a hat...

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    1. hahahaa... I always put it in my car..just in case...

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  5. Ooooo...this is a beautiful place!! Nature at its best! Hope they don't make it a tourist attraction and ruin its natural beauty!

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    1. It is now a tourist attraction... still improving...

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  6. wow...so nice leh this place .....didnt know Ipoh have this place. I wonder is it the same place my fren went. she said there can hire boat and go picnic

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    1. Kathy, if I am not mistaken, it is Gunung Lang whereby you can hire boat on their man made lake :)

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    2. Yes, Elin is right.. that is Gunong Lang.. I havent been there as yet..

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  7. How long you take to discover the whole place?

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    1. Oh..depending on how long you want to be there...

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  8. Wow, this is really a beautiful place to go. All the beauty of nature. Hope they will maintain it.

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  9. Back to the nature! So beautiful and serene scenery. Can build a small hut there..ahaha

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    1. They have chalets.. more pictures in my hp.. hahaha. very messy..

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  10. Nice place...wow din know Ipoh has such a place :)

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  11. It is really breathtaking lah! Must make a point to visit if going to Ipoh.

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  12. oh, this looks like a very nice place to go.. beautiful and and serene.. and i like that ABC stall by the roadside, is it operating?? haha~~

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  13. Wow. Such a beautiful place. I wanna plan a trip there too one day Claire. I love your pictures.

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  14. Really a green lovely place to relax.

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