The Qing Xin Ling Leisure and Cultural Village, Ipoh

8 March 2017

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Qing Xin Ling Leisure and Cultural Village

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Managed by: QXL Events Sdn. Bhd.
Office Opening hours: 8am – 5pm
Venue Opening hours: 9am – 6pm
Location: Perak
Type of Venue: Outdoor

The word “Qin Xin Ling” (清心嶺) can be translated into English as “Serene Hill”. It is…located in Ipoh of Perak…near Gunung Rapat. It is a different home stay experience in Ipoh, just conveniently located 10 minutes away from Ipoh town. At Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village, we offer plenty lake side and outdoor activities such as jungle trekking, bicycle riding, barbeque, cam fire, fish feeding etc. Variety of old-styled colorful chalets, Suseiki Hall, camp fire place, barbeque facilities are available, suitable for individuals and corporate functions where corporate events, catering services, team building activities can be organized here.

http://venue.myceb.com.my/venue/qing-xin-ling-leisure-and-cultural-village

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Malay Mail Online

A walk through time at Ipoh’s Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village

By Vivian Chong

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An overview of Qing Xin Ling — the classic car is one of countless vintage collectibles on display here. — Pictures by Vivian Chong

IPOH, July 24 — The drive will take you through housing estates and towards the limestone hill range that looms in the background. Make your way in from the car park and you will see a signboard indicating the place as a Buddhist centre, while an “Entrance” plaque hangs above what looks like a makeshift walkway where you will be waved in.

Just as you think entrance is free, you notice a wooden village house painted a striking green where someone is waiting out front to exchange your ringgit for admission tickets.

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The chalets are built in traditional architecture styles and sport vibrant coats of paint.

Confusing, random and eclectic — this pretty much sums up Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village, sandwiched between two famous cave temples (Sam Poh Tong and Kek Lok Tong) in Gunung Rapat, about 20 minutes from Ipoh. It has been pulling the crowds for about two years now and visitors have nicknamed it Little Guilin, after one of China’s most picturesque destinations.

Its name, after all, means Serene Village in Chinese and it meets all the requirements needed to be one, with limestone hills surrounding a striking green lake.
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In essence, Qing Xin Ling is a nostalgic showcase that aims to capture the charming days of yore, set within a natural environment that is the pride of Ipoh. There are no major activities or landmarks; it is simply a place to relax and take in the view. What it does offer in spades though are photo opportunities, especially if you have a penchant for vintage aesthetics.

For more:

http://www.themalaymailonline.com/travel/article/a-walk-through-time-at-ipohs-qing-xin-ling-leisure-cultural-village

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Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village, Ipoh

Oct 25,2014 Author:Emily

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Translated into English as “Serene Hill”, Qing Xin Ling is Ipoh’s latest tourism attraction. This leisure and cultural village is free to visit at this time of posting, and there is no charge whatsoever, except for the chalets.

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z53. chalets with verandas that extend out to the pond

Opened in August, 2014, it has thus far attracted some 10,000 visitors, with the majority of them taking obligatory photos of themselves selling food and drinks using the props readily available at the grounds of the village.
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For more:

http://www.emily2u.com/qing-xin-ling-leisure-cultural-village-ipoh/

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