The journey begins at 7.30am. On the way to Ipoh we will stop at Bidor for morning breakfast. After breakfast, continue tour to Teluk Intan Leaning Tower. The leaning tower of Teluk Intan is the Malaysia equivalent of the world famous Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy. The tower is slanted leftward similar to Tower of Pisa. It is 25.5 metres tall and from outside, it looks like 8 storey building. In actual fact, you will find out as you go inside the building that it is into 3 storeys high. Take a short stroll to near by Murugan Temple. A popular local Hindu place of workshop.
After visit the Leaning Tower, proceed with the tour to Kellie’s Castel. Kellie’s Castle is symbol of love, like the Taj Mahal in Agra, India. And in the architecture, there is definitely some moghul influence visible. Kellie's Castle was built by a Scottish planter called William Kellie Smith. He built the castle for his wife. Smith himself was from a little town in Scotland: Kellas. He built the castle for the same reason as Shah Jahan did a few centuries earlier.
Before leaving to Kuala Lumpur, enjoy lunch in Simpang Pulai. After lunch we will continue our journey to Ipoh’s famous Buddhist Cave, Sam Poh Tong which was discovered in 1912. Developed by the Buddhist community and now has become an international tourist spot attracting visitors from all over the world. Among the main attractions there are a beautifully decorated pavillion in front of the temple and a landscaped garden with a fish pool, which was awarded "The Best Landscaped Garden" in Malaysia 1993. A small pathway inside the cave leads to a tortoise pond where feeding is allowed if you purchase some "Kangkong" (water spinach), vegetables at the entrance.