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Ipoh Nature At Qing Xin LIng Leisure And Cultural Village

For the first time in history, I was taken to a nature park here in IPOH.. alright, the actual word should be "being guided" because I was the driver with no directions unless being "guided"... Yes, I was only on food and more food.. never knowing that going for a nature exploration could be so interesting as well... My kind of nature does not need any trekking hard on steep hills and heart thrilling heights, just leisure walks and at the same time admiring the IPOH famous natural hilly greens...

This place is called Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village.... 
Amazing sights beholding my eyes.... 
I was so enthralled.... 
 Back to nature...
Experiencing daily wake ups to natural environment...
Hilly sights... 
Ponds...
Rockies....
Up the hill to catch some village life .....
 Love this picture the most....
I will name this....
My Secret Garden....


More pictures in my next post....

Comments

  1. Seriously? This place is in Ipoh? Never been there leh. Any entrance fee?

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    1. Yes, serious!! hahahaa.. Entrance is RM3 only..

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  2. Very nice nature park with all the surrounding greens. Looks like there is a cave.

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    1. No cave so far.. but enchanting... not too bad..

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  3. Really enchanting. Beautiful. So, more exploration around Ipoh after this, I assume???

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    1. I hope to... there might be many others around.. :)

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  4. This is a beautiful place. Haven't been there yet. Is it a resort?

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    1. There are chalets there.. good for cell groups and retreat too!

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  5. Where is it ? Bring me there on cny.

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  6. I loves this kind of places... U know what to do when i go Ipoh? hint hint...

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    1. hint hint... let me know when you come.. see if I am here in Ipoh..

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  7. Now that you reveal the picture, it is not so secret anymore :D
    I think this place is new, I remember seeing the billboard for this place on the highway early last year, saying OPENING SOON..

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    1. Yes and they are still doing some renovations up the hill..

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  8. This is so majestic! Claire, how long did you stay, just the day? Is it a park? The mountains and reflections are glorious!!

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    1. Just an hour or more... walked around only, Ginny..

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  9. Call me jakun, never been there before leh.. Must explore only we know hor..

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    1. Aiyoh..me staying in IPOH also didnt know till Saturday..

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  10. Wahhhhhh!!!! Very healthy post! LOL!!!

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  11. What a lovely gree place! Perfect for a leisure walk.

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  12. oh, is this a new place in Ipoh or just a "new" place for Ipoh Food Mayor?? looks good and very tranquil, if my HK friend comes to visit, must bring her there..

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  13. Wah! It's really beautiful! If didn't say it is in Ipoh I would have thought that it is somewhere in China hah..hah...

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    1. PH, not only you.. a few of my friends said that.. :)

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  14. Looks like a great place for some nice nature appreciation. Best wishes for a Happy New Year, Claire!

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  15. Great shots, Claire! Looks like you're in China rather than Ipoh. It's good to be back after my 2-week break from blogging. Dropping by to wish you the best of 2015! xoxo

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