Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village

It was a short planned trip to visit Ipoh the mid of the year. When I browsed for places of interest in Ipoh that I never visited, Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village which highly recommended by others, was added into my list. I have not heard about this place until I google it. 


Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village is located behind rows of residential houses. As this place becomes popular, cars and buses are jamming in that area, the residents have lodged a complain asking the owner to limit the visit pass in a day. But I have not see any official statement for that. 

To go into Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village, visitors have to buy the tickets at other place and enter via a small entrance next to the Chinese Temple. Kinda weird right? 


The map was given upon purchase of ticket. The numbers indicate the places of interest to visit or for photography purpose.


Having a shot here at Number 5 stop: Bao Qing Tian (for those who watch Chinese drama, you will know who he is - the justice judge in ancient China who famous with his dark face and moon sign on his forehead)


carriage for prisoners next to Bao Qing Tian


This place is not that big but fun to discover. The walkway around the lake is in the 8 -shaped. Two lakes at opposite side.



We can see the fishes and tortoises swimming happily in the lake.


This is one end of the lake, next to the cave.


This is stop Number 6: Primitive man


You can find many great places to shoot your OOTD. Unfortunately, I did not dress up nicely as I more concern to skin protection from sun and mosquitoes.


This is stop number 9: Confucius Temple


Here another end of the lake just next to the entrance/ exit. That's where I sit on my first picture above. If I told you I'm in China by posting up this pictures to other who have not visit this place, trust me, they will believe me 100%. LOL.


Here stop number 4: Reminiscence 


The music machine which still display oldie song. To play an old song, you just need to insert RM 0.50 and select which to play from the menu.


There stop number 12: Guan Yin Statue 


stop number 11: Reminiscence (weird rocks collection, some appear in animal shaped)


stop number 13: Qing Xin Bodhi Bell

Well, please do not miss this! I thought nothing else here until I climbed up the staircases which led up to a memory lane that is instagramable enough!


I like the this small uphill lane that is very beautiful to take a shot. Unfortunately, my photographer is not well-trained yet to help me taking photo.


A old barber shop decoration in memory lane



We spotted so many transportation inside which is free to play with. You can sit on the trishaw and ask your friend to pull you around. I really have fun with this. Here the stop of number 2: wishing tree.


This bike is not easy to pedal. You need to put very hard effort especially to your leg to move it around. I would suggest to take the 2-side by side bike with shelter in red and yellow colour one. We spent about 2.5 hours here before we moved to other places.


To get the entrance ticket of Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village:



To get the entrance ticket, you could not buy at the temple there as they are not selling at that place. You need to proceed to Syarikat Perabot Kota first to purchase the ticket, if not, you have to waste petrol and time returning to Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village.

That's the entrance ticket yoh! Tell me your experience if you been there before, in case I missed out any :)

Comments

  1. I like to travel with you :) It's so interesting!

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  2. Looks like a fun place to check out. Also your outfit was prefect for the outing.

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