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A Break to Bond Part 2: Ipoh

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We were so grateful that the drive from Gopeng was not a long one. Except for CM, it was our first time to Ipoh.

Kellie’s Castle

First, we checked out Kellie’s Castle. We saw the unfinished mansion in ruins, built by William Kellie Smith as a gift either for his wife or his son. The architecture was interesting and materials used were of good quality.

Ventilation holes in flower pattern

Looking through a flower motif

An escape stairway leading to the outside of the castle

A well

A tree near the castle, with a part that resembled a bear’s head

We checked into the hotel just before dinner. It was a lovely place – Hotel Eastern. The room was spacious and the beds were comfortable. There was free parking too 🙂

CM brought us to walk around a bit and told us the good food we must try.

Famous Tau Ge (Beansprout) Chicken

Breakfast at popular dim sum restaurant

We also had a chance to visit Christ Church Ipoh on Sabbath and hear Pastor Nick preach. We were grateful for the warm welcome, fellowship and prayers. It was a much needed encouragement for the rest of our trip.

Next, to Penang!!

PS. Read about our whole holiday…
A Break to Bond Part 1: Adeline’s Villa
A Break to Bond Part 3: Penang
A Break to Bond Part 4: KL/Seremban/Malacca

Enjoy the children’s writings here…
2 Kittens
Lousy Leeches
Royal Rajahs
Fantastic Malaysia


Author: Apple

HULLO THERE!!! I am a stay home mom and I homeschool my three children. On my blog, I share our homeschooling journey and also how I help my children, especially the youngest, who has Down syndrome, to be as independent as possible.

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