Continuation from Road Trip to Ipoh (1)…
After finishing my bath, I overheard Lily, Jard and Baby discussing the whereabouts of Nasi Ganja Ipoh, Jalan Yang Kalsom. In fact, they smsed and called Masnona who was familiar with Ipoh. Quickly we prepped ourselves to check-out for we wanted to stroll down the memory lane at Pasar Loken. After paying for the hotel room, we walked to Lily’s car which was parked near the hotel. And then, I was the first one who spotted Restoran Yong Suan – the restaurant selling the famous Nasi Ganja Ipoh. IT WAS RIGHT IN FRONT OF OUR HOTEL, JUST ACROSS THE ROAD! Of all places… Of all efforts we put in to find this Nasi Ganja Ipoh. I had to confess to having discussions with Baby who had been brought to eat at the Nasi Ganja Ipoh by Ayah the night before. She was pretty sure it was along the road where our hotel was and it was somewhere in the corner. I was also guilty of diligent internet browsing to check the exact location of Nasi Ganja Ipoh just to fulfil Jard’s crave.
Disclaimer: I’ve been to Nasi Vanggey, Greentown. But not at Jalan Yang Kalsom’s.
Memang epic fail for four people who called themselves travelers. You are allowed to laugh at our stupidity. 🙂
We continued from where we had to stop during Gayatravel’s Perak Fam Trip. I’m not going to explain what’s Pasar Loken, please cross read with my earlier entry on Pasar Loken.
Coming from another side, there’s a pretty mural at a baby shop nearby Pasar Loken.
And do you know your body needs alignment too?
While Basahlah Sayang prevails over other books published there, how could I forgot Kawan! It’s my childhood read. Let Basahlah Sayang remain a mystery. In fact, best collection of mystery. I am not sure what’s that supposed to mean. Hahaha.
Those were the days when Sri Murni also produces wall clock…
It’s always busy in Pasar Loken. Always in serious business dealing.
Comes in all shapes and sizes.
Welcome to Ipoh. Milo Ais Biasa. Milo Separuh Ais. Milo Tanpa Ais. Milo Cawan Besar. You are spoilt with choices.
Wow, Fatimah Ahmad. Wow.
Last but not least, a word of advice :- Excess sex can impair your vision. Someone I know reads it as express sex can impair her vision. I no understand her. Another best collection of mystery, I guess.
PEACE!! This uncle is super cute.
We were burning with the hotness and crazy crowd turn-ups. If you ever plan to come to Pasar Loken, consider coming early around 8-9am. But 10am, it’s packed! Whenever you are stuck with the crowd, perhaps a visit to this Kedai Soya Bean Delights might reduce the headache. I was told since young, Chinese makes for the best tau fu fah. I am not sure if this is the best in town, but it is just what I need to quench the thirst. A bowl of tau fu fah and soy drinks. They are also having special menus such as garland crysanthemum soy, emerald tau fu fah and mango tau fu fah. Don’t ask. I didn’t have time to order beyond standard menu.
Well, that’s the end of our short road trip to Ipoh. We are going to Gopeng Heritage Museum & Papan next.