After Tanjung Malim, we stopped by Bidor for duck noodles at Pun Chun. As usual, it was packed with people. I’m not a big fan of Pun Chun duck noodles and in fact, I think the duck noodles at Sun Hing Loong, SS2 is much better.
We had some wu kok (yam dumpling). Quite nice.
We stayed in a hotel by the name Ritz Garden Hotel in Ipoh. Although the name sounds grand, the place isn’t. We found cigarette ash next to our bed -_-
However, our room has a nice view and the TV channels were ample.
Ritz Garden Hotel has a cafe by the name Ritz Recipe and a restaurant by the name Goldtown.
Think Ritz Carlton, Secret Recipe and Oldtown.
It also has a very small pond, gym (with an instructor), massage parlour, karaoke outlet and a fengtau bar. Apparently, you can see many “dragon ladies” around the bar.
We had a short rest before driving to Kuala Sepetang for dinner. Poor WK and Elaine waited for hours to check into their room cause it was not ready.
It was RM150 a night for us. When I arrived home, I realised that the reception erroneously keyed in the wrong room number during my check out! Aiyoh!
2 thoughts on “Ipoh Road Trip 2011: Pun Chun, Ritz Garden Hotel”
Nice post..should hav make a tour to Sitiawan, a small town 90km away from Ipoh for the taste of good Foo Chow food. =)
Sarah: I will!