By train the journey from Sungai Buloh to Ipoh is scheduled to take from 2 hours 1 minute to 2 hours 9 minutes depending upon which train you take.
Train Times from Sungai Buloh to Ipoh
There are currently 16 direct train services a day from Sungai Buloh to Ipoh.
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Sungai Buloh Railway Station
Sungai Buloh Railway Station is located 8.1 km from Valencia Golf Club.
Ipoh Railway Station
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About Travel to Ipoh
Ipoh is Malaysia’s fourth largest city and one of the most popular tourist destinations in West Malaysia. Ipoh is relatively new city which grew from a small village on the Kinta River to a thriving metropolis in a fairly short period of time from the 1880s through to the early 20th Century. The reason for this rapid growth was the discovery of large tin ore deposits within the Kinta Valley. Until the decline of tin prices in the 1970s and 1980s Ipoh was a boom town attracting investment and immigration in substantial amounts. The British colonial government invested heavily in infrastructure to facilitate the tin mining industry and a range of impressive European style buildings, particularly the town’s railway station, its town hall and law courts. These colonial era buildings, along with privately commissioned European style buildings, have been beautifully preserved and are amongst the most notable of Ipoh’s tourist attractions.
The influence of other immigrant groups on Ipoh is also evident, most notably that of Chinese immigrants. The old quarter of the city is full of narrow streets with Chinese style shop houses and restaurants. In particular, Concubine Lane features a series of Chinese style shops and restaurants, some displaying period pieces dating back to the first half the 20th Century. In and amongst the historical buildings of Ipoh city centre is a wide range of bright and modern street murals celebrating the history and culture of the city. Ipoh’s street art movement began with the commissioning of 8 wall murals by well known artist Ernest Zacharevic in 2014, after which other artists joined in. Street art is now on the walls of large parts of the city and a major tourist attraction in its own right.