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Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village    

  22A, Persiaran Pinggir Rapat 5a, Taman Saikat, 31350, Ipoh, Perak |   05-312 4140
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4.2   (3,621)


Close to some Ipoh cave temples in Gunung Rapat, the stunning recreational park features a cultural village with a lake and limestone hills all around, in a way similar to China’s Guilin. There are many family activities to offer here.

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What to Expect?

Just a 20-minute drive from Ipoh old town, this is a hidden gem sandwiched between the two famous cave temples of Sam Poh Tong and Kek Lok Tong.

Secluded from the busy city outside, the Qing Xin Ling Leisure and Cultural Village is one of Ipoh’s tourist attractions you should not miss.

Literally translated in English as “Serene Hill”, Qing Xin Ling lives up to its name by incorporating the beauty of nature while taking you back in time.

There’s plenty to see and do in the park. Perfect for spending time with friends and family! Make new memories and rekindle old ones!

At a very minimal cost, you will be transported to a different planet to discover. The Qing Xin Ling Leisure and Cultural Village is set in a location captivated by stunning landscapes of mountains and jungles. There are lakes and fish ponds by the cottages and different fun activities for the tourists here. This location is a perfect family outing set up.

Highlights: Bycycle and trishaw rides around the cultural village, Ba zhi (Chinese fortune telling),

Fish feeding: Vintage stalls and museums, a chance to go through the ancient tradition of the malay heritage; open cooking counter stalls, nature walk in the jungle; heart-warming sit outs at the pandok (summerhouses); cave exploration and trekking up the hill.

Note: Getting to Qing Xin Ling can be confusing because there is no clear signage. To get there, you have to drive through the residential area of Taman Saikat. The roads can be narrow as it’s a pretty small neighborhood.

Entrance Fee: RM10/person (applicable for those above 7 years old).

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 Address:   22A, Persiaran Pinggir Rapat 5a, Taman Saikat, 31350, Ipoh, Perak

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05-312 4140

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  Reviews 4.2   (3,621)
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    in the last week

    Thumbs up for the place. Worth visit at the price. RM12 for Citizen, RM20 for foreigners.
    Entrance ticket can be directly purchased on spot. They are close on Sunday.

    A lot of antique staff to see. Big fish and turtles I. The lake. Free bicycle and hat to use, but remember to return before you leave.

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    Aaron Leong

    a week ago

    Interesting place with lots of flashbacks of what life was like 50-60 years ago! My parents enjoyed looking back and telling us about the old days!
    Water lake and the back drop of the mountains makes it for a very scenic place to visit!
    RM12 for citizens, RM20 for non citizens!
    Have a visit, probably spend about 1.5 hours there slow paced.

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    Pui Cheng Lum

    2 weeks ago

    Can't imagine how crowded this place would be on weekends. It was quite alot of people on a Friday but just nice during our visit without being too crowded.

    That aside, I strongly recommend u to take their bicycles around. It was really fun. They have multiple times that u can pick based on availability. The place is beautiful;))

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    Teo Jing Yang

    2 weeks ago

    For travellers who visit Ipoh, this destination definitely is a must-go. The ticket price for local adults is RM12. There are quite a number of activities you can do inside the area such as riding trishaw, cycling two people bicycles, hiking small lane, feeding fishes and so on. The landscape of this place is simply superb and magnificent. The view is exhilarating. It is a suitable place to temporarily calm your mind. The big pond surrounded by hills has a clean and clear water, where you can see fishes are swimming freely. No matters kids, adults or elders can come here.

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    Jackson Wong

    a month ago

    Loved all the classical stuffs displayed here and or brings back good old memories.
    Lots of things and spots to explore and take good Instagrammable photos too.
    However, it lacks shades for kids and seniors to rest especially during hot weather.
    Overall, good experience as it was my 1st time there!

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