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Perak Cave is one of the well known cave temples of Ipoh. In the past a number of the Chinese New Year shows used to be filmed here. It's located at the northern side of Ipoh town. One of the differences of Perak Cave is...More
The cave is very big with large Buddha statues. Good to go there when it is very hot outside. Not suggest to have young children or elder people to walk up the steps as it is very steep and slippery. Toilet is very dirty. Not...More
There are some Indians outside collecting "parking fee" which is really disgusting. There are many part of ipoh where they operate "private" car park. But to do it at a place of religion really send a wrong message and just plain wrong
Perak Cave Temple is the most popular of the cave temples in Ipoh. many tours stop there but none were seen when we visited on a Wednesday around noon time. it is located by itself north of Old Town whereas there are 3 other cave...More
Spectacular temple architecture, wall paintings and god statues in the cave. Easy steps that lead up to the top and see the view of Ipoh city. Worth checking out and it took less than an hour for us to finish exploring the temple.
Interesting cave temple with Buddhist alters. Lots of monkeys outside frolicking. Long stairway up to see the view. I only made it halfway due to heat and humidity but my son went to the top and he said he may have sweated more than ever...More
Need place to be visited at Ipoh. Big cave, relaxing with a small temple inside... Is supposed to be free, but there a lady sitting on the chair, who force you to donate....!!!! Became a business???!!!! The views from up isn't nothing special, as around...More
This was a must-stop in IPOH, known for the various Buddhas inside the cave. I am not Buddhist but one can't help feel calm and serene inside. I didn't opt to climb the 400 plus steps as it was really too hot in the day...More