You can travel by both bus and train from Parti Buntar to Ipoh. Travel by bus takes slightly longer than travel by train, however, bus services are more frequent.
Bus Times from Parit Buntar to Ipoh
There are 9 bus services a day from Parit Buntar to Ipoh which are available to book online.
|09:00||10:50||28 MYR||KPB Express|
|10:00||11:50||28 MYR||KPB Express|
|12:30||14:20||28 MYR||Super Nice Express|
|12:30||14:20||33 MYR||Persada Taiping|
|14:30||16:20||28 MYR||KPB Express|
|17:30||19:20||25 MYR||KPB Express|
|22:00||23:50||28 MYR||KPB Express|
- The journey by bus from Parit Buntar to Ipoh takes 1 hour 50 minutes.
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Parit Buntar Bus Station
Bus services to Ipoh depart from Stesen Bas Parit Buntar, 11, Jalan Maharaja 1, 34200 Parit Buntar, Perak, Malaysia.
Ipoh Bus Station
Bus services from Parit Buntar to Ipoh terminate at Terminal Amanjaya, AmanJaya, 31250 Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia.
About Travel to Ipoh
Ipoh’s main tourist attractions can be split into two groups: those located in the old town area of the city; and the numerous cave temples located on the outskirts of the city that you need a vehicle to visit. Ipoh’s old town area is very interesting because of the many heritage buildings dating back the period when Ipoh was a prosperous mining town under the control of the British Empire. In addition to the large European style buildings, such as the city’s railway station, constructed by the British, Ipoh has other old buildings constructed by the large groups of Chinese and Indian immigrants who came to work in the city in the late 19th Century and early 20th Century.
The hills around Ipoh, as well as being rich in iron ore, contain lots of caves. Many of these caves were used by Chinese followers of Buddhism to create atmospheric temples. There are eight you can visit:
- Perak Tong Cave Temple: Established in 1926, this is the most famous of Ipoh’s cave temples. The main feature is its 12 metre tall golden statue of the Lord Buddha.
- Sam Poh Tong Temple: The second most popular temple with a red pagoda accessible via a tunnel.
- Ling Sen Tong Temple: Near Sam Poh Tong Temple, this temple has many bright colours and life like statues.
- Nam Thean Tong Cave Temple: Also near Sam Poh Tong Temple, the entrance to Nam Thean Tong Cave Temple is at the bottom of a tall limestone cliff face.
- Kek Lok Tong Cave Temple: This temple features a large caves and a river upon which you can hire boats to paddle on.
- Kwan Yin Tong Cave Temple: Cave temple dedicated to the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy Guan Yin.
- Dong Hua Cave Temple: Lesser visited temple accessible only by ascending around 100 steps.
- Huat Tian Keong Cave Temple: Buddhist and Taoist temple located on the steep sided Gunung Tambun hill.