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2014.12.26 | 食遊怡保

[Volume 9 Issue 12, #1980]
The Eating and Look-See Trip in Ipoh
唔好誤會我啱啱由怡保返嚟, 其實係幾個禮拜前由檳城返吉隆坡, 順路一個驛站啫.. 我係想趁新年之前, 咋咋臨貼上呢篇遊記, 大家知我唔係個喜歡將遊記拖幾年嘅人啦, 我始終相信「打鐵趁熱」為佳.. 因為一拖再拖會令我覺得其他人已前進很遠, 而我卻在遠後原地踏步囉(不含冒犯成份), 哈哈!! 好喇, 相信大家都去過怡保, 所以我都無需多講.. 扼要一句概括, 其實同我喺檳城時所做嘅一樣, 就係去睇下啲壁畫同食嘢!! 哈哈哈, 希望大家enjoy下面啲相啦.. :p
nope, i didn't just come back from Ipoh but it was a stop-by on the way back to KL from Penang couple of weeks ago.. just want to get this posted before the new year comes, you know, i am not one who likes to drag my travelogue for years as i always believe "freshness from the oven".. if i keep dragging, i'd feel like myself lagging behind while others have already moved on far ahead (no offence intended), haha!! so, just a quick one for Ipoh, as i know many have been to this place and elaboration is not necessary.. to briefly wrap up this trip, i'd say i did the same thing like i did in Penang - see mural paintings and eat!! hahaha, enjoy the photos below anyway.. :p
Murals in IpohMurals in IpohMurals in IpohHomemade biscuitsHomemade biscuitsLaksa and Fried Food at Pasir Pinji IpohThe Famous Chicken Rice in IpohHor Hee - The Fishball Noodles in IpohSeafood Noodles in IpohSmooth Soy Bean Curd in IpohFamous Duck Noodles in Bidor
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  1. Good Morning Bloggers! It is Boxing Day! Time to drink white coffee, my favourite!

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    1. There are 11 wonderful photos to comment today. I need to come back later to digest them. Wow! I got the first chop.

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    2. Twilight Man is too busy unboxing presents ke??

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    3. Woiiii I am back here! What unboxing presents dei? Thambee you speak slum Engrissssh ka? Muahahahaha

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    4. Photo A ... I took a moment to admire the drawing of this old man sipping coffee. It was quite tough to paint so huge using the wall as canvas! It is definitely cheaper than asking my company to print a huge sticker to paste that wall but it is outdoor, so forget about wall stickers!

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    5. Photo B....this Marilyn Monroe was well painted with her signature white dress flowing and blonde hair. I just giggled at her face which looked a bit Chinese to me.

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    6. Photo C... That was cute to see 2 boys on paper plane! Someday Anay & Thambee should snap photos too and blog la. We don Indian doti clothes and fly magic carpet holding coconuts like our femes Raja Bomoh. Lol

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    7. Photo D.... I had no idea where & what is there in Gunung Rapat. Only heard the name somewhere nia. I do know that Perak towns use coconut husks to bake traditional cookies like coconut tarts and chicken biscuits. Honestly I don't think the smoke from husks made the food tastier but it was the very slow burning husks that made them fragrant. These days with the big orders and tedious husk drying process, the factories are using very slow electric ovens instead to meet demands and prevent pollution.

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    8. Photo E... The Chinese style pastries looked good and pretty in unique colours. When I was a kid, they all looked the same colour with different fillings inside like kaya, peanut or beans only. These days you could even find peanut butter, strawberry jams, Nutella and what nots inside the pastries! Muahahahaha

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    9. Photo F... Now this photo confirms that it is Perak styled Laksa as they serve like this in letchumy's hometown at Kampar. I never liked it for years until I swtched my brains to accept it as their native noodles and not to keep comparing with Penang Assam Laksa. I immediately love this overnight!!

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    10. Photo G.... Everyone loves their Chicken Rice and sprouts combo. I dare say they were the first to serve with sprouts in our bolehland. It makes a meal less yukky with too much meat while munching veggies. Have you tried their branches all over Klang Valley?

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    11. Photo H.... I really dunno it is called Hor Hee and you didn't give Anay any explanation pula. Maybe I should ask Letchumy.

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    12. Photo I.... A very loaded seafood noodle for your over loaded tummy. You guys ate so much in one day!!! Oh My Dewa Goodness!
      I don't recall seeing this in KL or Penang, just different but I know I will love the sweet soup aroma with all catches from the sea.

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    13. Photo J... Hey your slippery smooth thing sounds so sexy slurping down your deep throat. Aiyoooo! Some more served inside the car like lovers sharing ice cream and cuddling away! Muahahahaha
      Why you don't like black sugar to go with it!..??

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    14. Photo K.... Waaah! Waaah! You guys stopped at Bidor lagi! I surrender lah. Your capacity is so good and your tummy could expand like those luggage with zippers for space expansions! Oh my dewa goodness!
      I tried the duck soup noodle once only as I always rushed to Kampar instead with my in-laws waiting for dinner or lunch. Now Kampar is history so I should stop Bidor more often.

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    15. I just realized only 2 bloggers took the trouble to leave comments for Photos A till K!! Why others so malas nowadays?? Tsk tsk!!

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    1. Must bookmark those foods and then go hint hint Claire, lol...

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    2. if you go find Claire, you don't even need a list to show her - she'll bring you there automatically :)

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  3. Love the murals, I haven't seen these before. Thanks for sharing.

    What food! Wish it's lunchtime now. haha..

    Your comment on my post makes me smille. Aloha!

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    1. oh yeah, it's IPOH and how could we not talk about food?? :D

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  4. Wow! A very splendid eating trip to Ipoh. Ipoh has lots of good food too. I reckon. I love dim sum in Ipoh. No need to go to famous one, many old kopitiam sells very nice dim sum too. Tau Fu Fa, egg tarts, biscuits are also very famous in Ipoh.
    Ipoh noodles are yummy too. Hehhehe!

    I went to Ipoh quite often, because I have one sister staying in Ipoh one.

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    1. Though I go Ipoh many times, I still enjoy their bean sprout noodles, biscuits and dim sum there.

      But SK has a very nice trip from north and back to KL. Only didn't stop by Taiping, cis!

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    2. SK is so pandai, stopping by Bidor for duck noodles and Yam puffs. By the way, I never been to Pasir Pinji for laksa. I must ask Jin Jin to bring me there.

      Didn't you stop by JJ Swiss Roll? It is very famous in Ipoh.

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    3. Don't know why ? I never been to any mural for photograph, be it in Penang and Ipoh. Yannie only interests in shopping and eating. Muahahha!

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    4. yeah, Penang Ipoh Bidor and missed out Taiping, muahaha!! JJ Swiss Roll?? errr, i didn't know about this thing dei, but really has got too many things to eat lah.. :p

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    5. JJ Swiss Roll is very the famous in Ipoh, you can google then you know. Otherwise, Claire can give some highlight of JJ Swiss Roll to SK. Never mind, you sure will visit Ipoh again.

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    6. JJ swiss roll is famous in Ipoh la SK! Very nice and got so many flavors to choose from! Price is reasonable too~
      Hmm, long time I din't eat JJ swiss roll already~~

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    7. i just saw Claire posted a box of JJ Swiss Roll on her FB!! aiyoh, looks nice leh~~

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    8. Yannie you should Kanasai SK for not stopping at Taiping to meet the 4 Heavenly Queen Bloggers!! Taiping has so much more to offer than Bidor or Kampar besides the lovely lake gardens!

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    9. Anay, SK is not interested in 4 Heavenly Queen Bloggers. He is interested in good food at Penang, Ipoh and Bidor.
      SK should come to Taiping, I tell ya! Not only 4 Heavenly Queen Bloggers will be thrilled, the whole Kampung in Taiping will be thrilled to see the very famous blogger Sherman Khan to leave his footstep at Taiping.

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  5. I hear that Ipoh is another good place to go for a makan trip. Goof food at affordable prices. Another thing I hear is that because of the limestones, the water there got special properties and as such Ipoh girls are very pretty.

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    1. hmmm, it sounds like Phong Hong has not been to Ipoh before??

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    2. Yea, Ipoh is a nice city to jalan jalan cari makan, plus it's not that congested like KL, but still pack with good stuff!
      That's what I heard, Ipoh got many leng luis!

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    3. yeah, lots of nice food in Ipoh.. but i guess during CNY and festive seasons, Ipoh will be a lot more congested than KL~~ :D

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    4. Not only Ipoh has pretty girls. You see Hayley you should know, Taiping has many pretty girls as well. Though SK only knows 4 Heavenly Queen Bloggers, but you will surprise to see many pretty girls at Taiping Casual Market.

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  6. I like murals and I salute the talented artists.

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    1. Me too, I salute them too! And thumbs up for the idea of painting on walls, to make the whole thing not so plain, certainly lights up the place!

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    2. oh yeah, the murals are really nice!!

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  7. Those Chinese style pastries are also very popular in Penang and everyone who comes back from there sure will buy a few boxes to give to family and friends. But I am not a fan of those pastries.

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    1. yeah, Penang's tambun biscuits and probably Ipoh's sat kei mah and heong peng?? i love them all!! :p

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    2. Taiping also got famous heong peng! Next time you come I belanja you, haha!
      Tambun biscuits and sat kei mah are equally delicious too~

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    3. yeah, i remember few years ago, Yannie and Yvonne bought us those very nice biscuits from a house, so sedap lah!!

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    4. SK, if you drop by Taiping, we will make you bring back big box of biscuits that make in Taiping. Taiping biscuits are cheap and nice . Make sure you drive Hilux Truck here next time.

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  8. Mmmm,... the laksa and fried stuff looks good! I like fried stuff a lot and I love to dip them in cili sauce.

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    1. hehe, yes!! must dip the fried stuffs with chili sauce baru sedap one!! :p

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  9. Oh Chicken Rice and beansprouts! Another favourite of mine. The beansprouts from Ipoh are the best. Fat and crunchy.

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    1. haha, it's like you must have Chicken Rice balls in Malacca and you cannot miss Beansprout Chicken Rice in Ipoh~~ :p

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    2. True PH, the beansprouts in Ipoh are indeed nice!! Those we see here are usually long and thin type.

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    3. but hor, this trip to Ipoh i actually found that the beansprouts are not as thick and fat already woh..

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    4. Really? 缩水already ar? >.< But taste still good I bet?

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    5. haha, actually i cannot differentiate the taste also.. fat or thin, short or long, all taste the same to me :p

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  10. I have no idea why the Fishball Noodles is called Hor Hee. It looks nice though.

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    1. the story started with the Teochew people in Ipoh.. the Teochew call fishballs as "hur yee" but because most people in Ipoh are either Cantonese or Hakka, they cannot pronounce "hur yee" properly, so eventually it becomes "hor hee"~~ :p

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    2. Oh I see, thanks for the explanation SK! I heard about hor hee but never wonder why is it named like that, haha!
      Anyway, I learn something new today~

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    3. haha, i heard about "hor hee" when my ex-ex-colleague told me about that and i went to google about it, that is why i know how it comes from, haha.. furthermore, i am a Teochew guy lah~~ :p

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  11. Wah, the seafood noodles is very loaded kau-kau. How much was it? Curious.

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    1. errr, i can't remember how much, we ordered a few bowls of different noodles and paid RM30 all together..

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    2. Is it 鲜煮 one SK?

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    3. 鲜煮 means the seafood are cooked on the spot?? yes, though i didn't notice how they prepare the food, but i think so..

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    4. Yes, cook one by one on the spot...

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    5. errr, maybe you mean 現煮?? hehe.. and yes, cooked one by one on the spot upon order one.. :)

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  12. The taufu-fah loks silky smooth. I see that they serve it in a proper porcelain bowl. How come eat in the car? Is it like a drive through?

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    1. errr, semi-drive-through i guess.. because they are selling by the roadside, and coincidentally not much cars and people the morning we went, so we just ordered from inside the car and was served :)

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    2. Food served in porcelain bowl seems to taste better ho? Nowadays most taofoofa serve in plastic tupperware, huhu...
      You din't try the soya bean SK? Also very fresh, I usually buy 2 big bottles to bring back home...

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    3. yalor, nowadays seldom see porcelain bowl already.. especially taufu-fah, sure all packed in plastic container, or plastic bowl only.. we went to have the taufu-fah after having dimsum, so didn't have soya bean milk, stomach no space leh~~ :p

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  13. Last pic I see yam puffs (?), konlow mee and some kind of thong sui? Or is that the duck noodles? That's a lot of food for one day.

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    1. yes, the yam puffs and that one not tong sui lah, it's the duck drumstick in soup for the noodles, hehehe!! 2D1N in Ipoh + Bidor, that's more reasonable for the amount of food we had?? hihihihi~~

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  14. Aiya you didn't find the Ipoh Food Mayor to bring you around? XD

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    1. Ipoh Food Mayor went to find Penang Food Ambassador already lah~~ :p

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  15. Hello bloggers.. Am late today.. Tuktuk-ing from my phone, so cannot tuktuk so long.. Oohhh Ipoh.. Oooo last week was Pg, now Ipoh ahh? Wah SK go merayap so nice la.. Me? Stay home boil ABC soup and takecare kids nia.. Neh yesterday Christmas, we just went to Midvalley jalan jalan, then after 2 hours go back lor..

    When I see Ipoh, I think of nga choy kai liao.. Ooo wait, before that I see lots of Chinese pastry puffs.. I love anything with red bean.. Aaaahhh I also see asam laksa wor, yummzzz.. Lau sai hau sui timm.. And I can also see the nga choy kai.. So did you eat 2 plates of rice?

    Oooh lala, I see tau foo fah.. Pak shuit shuit wat luit luit.. Lastime ahh my face smooth like tau foo fa, now ahh, berbiji biji looks old somemore, haizzz.. Eh last picture I see wookok, sedap leh.. I can eat 10 biji! Always will order when I eat dimsum one..

    Wah nice food trip.. Got gain weight mou..

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    1. yalah, so many nice food to eat during the trip, imagine Penang and Ipoh, they are all about food!! hahahaha.. love all these hawkers style food and actually still more food that i didn't take photos woh.. gain weight?? errr, that gain is so significant compared to my heavy weight lah~~ :D

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    2. Princess Ribbon, hmm well that's the difference between being single and married person lo, hehe... See SK very enjoy ho jalan jalan cari makan... 'mou yao mou lui'.... We pula need to look after our 'fa kuat long' >.<

      But then that's life la, so SK must enjoy singlehood first now, cause later when he married then will become like us, hard to enjoy already :p

      Seems like we have similar taste bud, I love laksa and taufoofa too! =)

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    3. haha, you see me good i see you good lor~~ :)

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  16. Well, looks like this Penang trip of yours is very fruitful! Not just visited Penang, but stopped by Ipoh then Bidor too!
    Glad that you guys made full use of the trip and time, since you won't know when is the next time you have such chance again ma right? I guess everyone is busy with life/works so when there's a chance like this, must make full use.

    High 5! I am like you, don't like to drag my travelogue for years!! Erm okok years is a bit exaggerated, should say for weeks/months ;)
    Not only will this bore my readers, but I am worry I will forget about the details of the trip to share with my readers too, so I will do my best to complete the travelogue as fast as possible, then continue on with other topics.

    I see some bloggers drag their travelogue til months away, until I also forget that he/she actually went to that country before... Hoho!

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    1. See I mentioned before, the mural paintings is not just famous in Penang but other places too! Erm may be Penang is the first city to have one but now spread to other cities also already...
      That white coffee one is so real! Cool!
      Marilyn Monroe one, okok la, not so alike :p
      Imagining paper plane, not bad la! Glad that they draw it at a higher point, suits the title ma!

      I heard about this Gunung Rapat before, famous for the biscuits... But never been there yet.
      Looking at photo E, I really feel a bit hungry now, haha! I love pastry, so this kinda biscuits sure manage to attract me! Good to eat on its own, or dip with coffee/milo! Great for breakfast/teatime! Yumz! Did you buy some and bring back to your family/friends?

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    2. Pasir Pinji, macam heard before also, from Claire's blog may be? The laksa looks a bit different, the noodles I mean, and looks like a big bowl there (not sure if that's the photo angle issue). Fried stuff also is one of my favorite, I like the crunchiness, I am sure they have special sauce to go with it too, right?
      Erm, as for the nga choy kai, okok la, nothing so special to me...
      Hor hee, I have no idea, why ar? I know Old Town kopitiam's menu got hor hee...
      Seafood noodles looks yummy, so much 'liu'!
      Taufoofa, another favorite thing I like! This one you went I bet is the famous one in Ipoh, long queue one, but service is good, the staff will come and take order from you even if you sit inside the car, then he will come and bring you the orders and collect money. Not just taofoofa but their soya bean drinks is very yummy too! Arrr miss it!

      The duck noodles at Bidor, I miss it too!! Had once only. Yumz! And their woo kok and siew pau is also very worth buying~

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    3. yalor, i actually 恨不得 finish writing my travelogue ASAP because i really do not like it dragging.. errr, just like you, if dragged for too long, if readers won't get bored or forget, i think myself also become the first to get bored and forgotten about the place, haha!!

      yalor, Penang Ipoh and BIdor (but sorry ah, left out Taiping, hehe!!) and all these places are famous for makan!! i really ate a lot during that 3D2N until i felt a bit jelak when i saw food after that, muahahahaha!! no doubt, i actually enjoyed the company and the great food, and of course got borong back things home lor.. friends purposely brought us there and then recommend, so 埋 bought a bit lor.. this a bit, that a bit, then become a lot already, hahahaha!!

      i also love the fried stuffs a lot, and the 紅豆冰 is very nice leh.. and i also like the duck noodles very much, love the springy and al dante noodles and also the soup, aiyoh, so 清甜 one leh~~

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  17. Hahaha, seems like locals cuti cuti malaysia must go to these places. I recognise the photos because I went to almost the same places in Ipoh and Bidor and ate almost the same food. But you are more keng, you went up to Penang and pitstop at Ipoh and Bidor eating all the way like Pacman. Very good! :)

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    1. hahah like a Pacman! i like this name!

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    2. hahaha, yeah, like a pacman.. the murals are the new attractions of Penang and Ipoh.. and come to Ipoh and Penang, sure cannot missed eating the nice food!! and i guess when people planned to go Ipoh or Penang, most probably they are for the food only~~ :p

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  18. wahhh...jalan jalan cari makan ye! All in one day? Very foodfull trip wor! Hope you enjoyed yourself tremendously!

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    1. in Ipoh of course cari-cari makan mah, haha.. and surely one day cannot try so many food lah, 2D1N more reasonable?? :p

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  19. 河嘻”其實就是潮州話魚丸(hu yee)的變相音譯辭。當年賣魚丸粿條湯的潮州老鄉,在設攤寫招牌時找來廣東人代筆,於是在不明就理的情況下老廣將潮州魚丸給音譯成“河嘻”。

    潮州老總是hu yee hu yee的沿街設攤叫賣,聽在廣東食客的耳裡,自然便轉化成“河嘻”(要用廣東話來唸)的音譯。

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    1. 我身為潮州人, 當然知道呢個來源啦, 呵呵.. :p

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  20. Alamak!

    I'm one of those who can drag my travelogue into many years.

    I'm already up to my 7th post of the family trip that we did in Nov! GUILTY! Hahaha

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    1. that is indeed very efficient!! already the 7th posts.. at least you are hell lot better than others who can drag a travelogue for 7 years!!! muahahaha~~

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  21. The murals are nice, but your food photos are more interesting! LOL

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    1. I always say food is more attractive to bloggers!! haha.. but too bad, guess you can only eat the taufu-fah~~ :p

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  22. Haha..I almost miss post since I was on leave for my Xmas holidays. So, you a
    so been to my home town while coming back from Penang...how nice. It's almost a year since I last went back.

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    1. shame on you!! I purposely went there, yet you didn't even go back en route your Cameron Highlands trip?? muahahaha~~ :p

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  23. So , how you find the mural paintings in old town ? To be honest , I never seen them before as I believe it was put up this year. Anyway, will be seeing it in cny.

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    1. errr, okay lor hahaha!! not much comment that I would give~~ :p

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  24. I also dunno why it was called hor hee. It was being called like that since I was born. ... haha ... and I even ordered hor hee when I first step onto KL , instead of fish ball kway teow. Hahah..,

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    1. how could you not know?? tsk tsk tsk.. the story started with the Teochew people in Ipoh.. the Teochew call fishballs as "hur yee" but because most people in Ipoh are either Cantonese or Hakka, they cannot pronounce "hur yee" properly, so eventually it becomes "hor hee"~~ :p

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  25. Ah.....gunning rapat biscuits... anyway, no need to go there and buy. Can get it at those confectionary shops in the new town, though may not be as fresh but still good. I love them but somehow, can get these heong peh anyway in malaysia now and they are as good.

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    1. if already all the way from KL to Ipoh might as well just go to the origin lah right?? haha.. and getting them fresh from the oven, fuyoh, so sedap!! i didn't tie up the plastic bag and yet the biscuits are crispy after three days!! I think if I buy them here, sure not as good..

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  26. Oh...I miss that tau Foo far . I used to stayed very nearby there and almost had it daily or weekly. It's still going strong and pass down to the next generations.

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    1. yeah Iove the taufu-fah.. very silky smooth and it just slipped down my throat, hehe!! and the best thing is, they don't have attitude problem like many other famous places!! guess that is why they stay for so long.. :)

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  27. all the yummy ipoh food! not bad that u managed to sapu all at one trip! i miss the tau fu fah...

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    1. the trick is to go in a group so that you can order more varieties to share, then everyone get to taste a bit of everything, hehe!! :p

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  28. I like the Ipoh chicken rice and taufu fah, slurps

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    1. yeah I like the silky smooth taufu-fah that slipped into my throat, so nice!! :)

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  29. aiak aiyak..termakan cili padi la.....lol...me have a lot of basi post yet to post up leh.....lagging behind jor... muhahaha....nah just trying to pull your legs la. Not offended

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  30. hahaha...went Ipoh for Christmas....hujan all the way. tak sempat for see the old man and the marilyn manroe mural

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  31. Hahaha....managed to buy some biscuits la....tapi not the gunung rapat one la. Hahahthat photo from sin eng heong biscuit is it?

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  32. pasir pinji food...like pernah see in Claire's blog leh. Yummy...that day didnt get to eat that coz raining.

    uiks...hor hee i thought is hor fun...die la me....so long already i misunderstood. that bowl of seafood noodle really loaded leh.....mana makan that one? can tell me the name of the restaurant. next time will go there makan

    Taufu fa.....mak glam sure drool liao..her favourite right.

    so likey or not the bidor duck noodle. Nw i no gian liao coz here also have. taste similar to the one in Ipoh punya

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  33. I've a lot on lagging behind, luckily now I've little note to help me keep it warm, so when I write on blog, it's much fresh!!

    A When I went to Perak that time I asked my friend I want go see this mural art, but too bad, he said that is way too far from where we stay (paiseh to say I don't know Perak so big, need at least hours to go here and there)

    B This one I saw some Chinese bloggers write before, they all very crazy to look for this Marilyn Monroe, then will the picture description status as finally found it!!

    C How can I not like this right~~~~~~~

    D What's coconut-husks?? Got pic of it??

    E I know this, for Chinese wedding one right?? But the Chinese wedding one got 喜喜 word on top...or they're not the same one......hehe!!

    F Off topic a bit, I like the "dao gee" behind more, hahaha!!

    G Ummm.........I don't really like ya chai, hahaha!! Picky person, but if they in my dish I'll finish it le!

    H Why ya??? Because of the sound??

    I So many so tong on top really very loaded, got crab meat mou??

    J I like taufu-fah, good for skin, hehe!!

    K wantan mee~~~~10XXX LIKE

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  34. 我就是你说的那种游记会拖很久才写的人~ *哭奔*

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