When in Ipoh, we've came across a colorful spread of wall paintings located at the lane in between Jalan Masjid and Jalan Sultan Iskandar (previously or more commonly known as Hugh Low Street). All thanks to Ernest Zacharevic's murals and inspirations, street art has become a visible presence not only in Penang, but the capital city of Perak too. Hooray! Another to-do when you come to Ipoh next time!
Kids having fun in a refreshingly cool waterfall.
The mining town was renowned for tin-mining around the turn of 19th and early 20th centuries.
Let's catch those bubbles!
Hawk Catching The Young Chicks "老鹰抓小鸡", one of the traditional children's games.
Another group of kids playing Hide-and-Seek.
Ssshhh, there are more kids hiding here.
'Kuda Lumping' Dance.
And the Chinese Lion Dance.
After two years, we were back to visit Onn Kee Restaurant again.
Ipoh's famous Bean Sprout Chicken (怡保芽菜鸡). The meat was a bit rough this time, less oily and no more red chillies on the bean sprouts.
My swollen right eye. That's all, guys. Will post more about Kellie's Castle and Penang soon. Bye =)