Due to the escalating cost of food and general grumbling by average wage earners, Ipoh Echo decided to tighten our belts and went on a survey to see how frugal we can be to keep ourselves fed.
Get swept up with the energy in this jam-packed, town-hopping itinerary which showcases the best of Ayer Tawar, Sitiawan and Lumut...read more
The view along the North-South Expressway changes after one passes the Simpang Pulai junction. You see limestone hills on both sid...read more
The inability of many Malays to rise above the destructive rhetoric of old Malaysia’s bumiputra politicians is the saddest thing since GE14.
Perak needs someone who can take the state to greater heights. Jesters, dodgers and pretenders are certainly not on the list.
It is one U-turn after another and peace-loving Malaysians are beginning to get tired of this charade
By SeeFoon Chan-Koppen It is not often that one gets to tuck into yummilicious food in an ambience exuding nostalgic memo...read more
By SeeFoon Chan-Koppen Tambun village has always been a sleepy place. Cars whizz by on their way to either Sunway, Lost W...read more
The menu is small (which is a good thing as it makes decisions so much easier) with most of the items based on soup. The soup stoc...read more