Cheap flights to Ipoh Sultan Azlan Shah Airport (IPH)

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Ipoh

Ipoh is the fourth largest city in Malaysia and the state capital of Perak, Malaysia. Ipoh is also nicknamed as the City of Millionaires. Ipoh is only about two hours drive north of Kuala Lumpur, using the highway. The center of Ipoh has some fine Chinese, colonial era architectural building styles. Not surprisingly as the majority of the city's population is ethnic Chinese.

Cheap Tickets to Ipoh Sultan Azlan Shah Airport

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Airport information Ipoh (IPH)

Airport infoIpoh Sultan Azlan Shah Airport information

Ipoh airport is a small airport which only Firefly connects to Singapore. Ipoh is better reached by using on of the other major airports close by like Penang International Airport and Kuala Lumpur KLIA airport and take a bus to Ipoh. The airport is only few kilometers of the city centre in a residential neighborhood and there are plans to build a new, bigger airport, but so far there is not made a decision yet.

transportTransport to and from Ipoh to the airport Sultan Azlan Shah

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bookingNews about Airport Ipoh

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