Places to visit in 2021

The world is easing into a new year after the pandemic, and countries are loosening their border restrictions and travel.Countries, cities, and attractions are adopting new health guidelines to ensure the safety of visitors. Masks, gloves, and sanitizers are the new “must-haves” on every packing list. 

Many people had to cancel their travel plans in 2020, but as the new year approaches, it is predicted that many will embark on their trips this year. If you are planning a holiday and looking to indulge in travel, this is for you. Here’s a list of the Top 3 places to visit in 2021.

1.Tasik cermin is a hidden gem in Ipoh where you can lose yourself amongst nature and enjoy pure serenity. Tucked away in mountains and magnificent limestone caves, is nature’s beauty presenting itself in the form of a lake. Or to be more precise, a Mirror Lake. As you could have guessed from the name, the pristine clear lake reflects its surrounding of luscious trees and gigantic mountains. A picturesque scenery is formed, transporting you to a whole other world. So, if you’re yearning for an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, this is the perfect spot!

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2. Deen CT Corner, occupies a single shoplot at the heart of Ipoh old town. For easy navigation, look out for Kamdar at Ipoh old town. Speaking about experience and confidence, this place has been operating for over 20 years. While “CT” stands for “Cendol Tulen”, rest assured that the cendol here speaks for its originality and deliciousness itself, especially when it comes to its signature Cendol PJK – P for “pulut” (glutinous rice), J for “jagung” (sweet corn) and K for “kacang” (kidney beans). However, this is a self-service eatery. Additional charges may imply for the takeaways.

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Address : 20, Jalan Mustapha Al-Bakri, Taman Jubilee, 30300 Ipoh, Perak

Operation hours :Every day 11.30am – 6.30pm (closed on Friday) 

3. Ipoh Square (Dataran Ipoh) might not appear much to look at. Government buildings surround the green manicured space. A giant Malaysian flag flies in the center.But aside from its stately appearance, the park houses the unusual MBI Clock Tower. The three-legged tower stands like a tripod and looks like something out of an old sci-fi movie. After dark, the area lights up and transforms into a favorite hangout spot for young locals.

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