There are two ways to travel by public transport from Kangar to Ipoh: you can either take a direct bus services, or you can travel by road 15 km to Arau where you can board a train to Ipoh.
Bus Times from Kangar to Ipoh
There are 2 bus services a day from Kangar to Ipoh which are available to book online.
|09:00||13:25||31 MYR||Mara Liner|
|09:15||13:40||31 MYR||Mara Liner|
- Mara Liner bus services are scheduled to complete the journey from Kangsar to Ipoh in 4 hours 25 minutes.
Buy Tickets from Kangar to Ipoh
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Kangar Bus Station
Bus services to Melaka Ipoh from the Terminal Bukit Lagi in Kangar.
Melaka Bus Station
The final stop for bus services from Kangar to Ipoh is AmanJaya Bus Station in Ipoh.
About Travel to Ipoh
Ipoh is a fairly large city, with around 700,000 permanent residents, and an interesting history. From the middle of the 19th Century until the 1970s Ipoh was a very prosperous city. The city’s wealth was based on the mining of tin ore in the surrounding mountains. During that period the commercial mining of tin ore attracted large numbers of Indian and Chinese migrants to Ipoh as well as a high level of investment from the British colonial government in public buildings and the local infrastructure. Ipoh’s Old Town area has lots of interesting building dating back to the late 19th Century and early 20th Century to visit. The local government has established a walking trail around 27 of these buildings called the Ipoh Heritage Trail.
Ipoh’s Old Town area has lots of points of interest, as well as a really good range of hotels, restaurants and bars. The food in Ipoh is very good, and the Old Town area has a number of restaurants and bars, such as the excellent Plan B, which are very high quality. Ipoh Old Town also has a range of long running coffee shops and small restaurants where food and drinks are made and served in much the same way they were in the 1950s or 1960s.
A more recent attraction in Ipoh is its street art. In 2014 street artist Ernest Zacharevic was commissioned to produce 8 walls murals in Ipoh’s Old Town area. These murals depict aspects of local life in Ipoh and cleverfully combine 2 dimensional paintings with real life object and are popular tourist attractions in their own right. Since 2014 many more local and international artists have produced similar types of wall murals relating to the culture and history of Ipoh and many of the walls in the Old Town now feature attractive and colourful pictures.