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Next stop … Ipoh

The unfinished castle of a Scottish planter named William Kellie Smith. It is believed that the castle was built as a gift to his wife/son. [I do not own this photo]

The unfinished castle of a Scottish planter named William Kellie Smith. It is believed that the castle was built as a gift to his wife/son. [I do not own this photo]

I had a four-day leave to attend a long distance cousin’s wedding in Kuala Lumpur and a day off cum family date the following day. My holidays, from Sept 19 to 23, were well spent with close friends and family.

I am now sitting in front of my computer screen and typing all this while waiting for my 3.30pm assignment. Today is a welcome-back-to-work day but unlike the usual back-to-busy-schedule week, I get to spend another day of work tomorrow before packing again.

This Friday, I will be flying to Kuala Lumpur and taking a train to Ipoh, Perak. I haven’t been to Ipoh since my last visit in 2000/2001 and I couldn’t remember anything about Ipoh because I was there for a sport competition and that was it.

So for this coming trip, I am definitely looking forward to visit Kellie’s Castle and other places worth visiting.

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A. Geraldine is a journalist and a digital content creator based in Kota Kinabalu. When she is not working, she goes travelling or watches the world go by. Beside writing hard news, she shares travel tales and tips on her personal blog www.ageraldine.com

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