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Tourist Spot Discovered In Ipoh Tasek Cermin

ACTING TOURISTS... in my own hometown.....

On this sunny Sunday morning, I had an interesting outing with my friends.  We went out for a Dim Sum breakfast at a newly opened restaurant, it was offering a 30% discount on all items and the last day for this promotion was on Monday, just a day after.  Feeling not-to-waste the promotion discount, we went to try.  I did not take any of the items, my friend, Nancy did... I am sure she will post it up one day.. or perhaps she already has.... LOL.... 

After our tummies were satisfied, someone suggested going to Tasek Cermin (Mirror Lake).  The four of us had not been there before, and being an Ipohian, we must go!  After all, it was not too far away, just another ten to fifteen minutes drive from the restaurant.  

Entrance fees is RM3 per pax, reasonable, at least the money can go to the maintenance and restoration of this beautiful tourist spot in Ipoh.  In fact, this place is worth going, very scenic.... from the entrance, we have to walk through a cave to reach this beautiful and spectacular sight....
Walking through the cave... just a short distance..
In fact can see from one end to another....
Just like a mirror...

That is why it is called Mirror Lake...
Or Tasek Cermin in Malay language...
It would be more beautiful if I know how to edit... LOL....
And then the beautiful and natural limestone hills....
Our cameras started clicking left and right....
The potential photographers in the making!
LOL.....

Comments

  1. Ipoh has so many beautiful caves....no need to go far to explore...

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  2. Yes, I saw the dim sum photos in Nancy's blog. Wowwwwww!!!! What an awesome place! Takes my breath away! And so many people!!! RM3.00 is too cheap - they should charge RM10.00 at least!

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  3. Took us so long to visit this place. I am glad we finally get to visit this place. Didn't know it is so breathtakingly beautiful.

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  4. I read Nancy's post and I see this beautiful Tasek Cermin here again. Nice! Never knew Ipoh has such a scenic spot. I hope to go there some day, must hint hint my lahling to take me. LOL!

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