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The word Qin Xin Ling means Serene Hill in English. The Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village located just 5 km from Ipoh city center. It is one of Ipoh’s latest tourist attraction near Gunung Rapat. This park offers nature beauty and tranquility of the lakeside and great view of limestone hills surrounding the park area. The park are maintained by Qin Xing Ling Buddhist Association.

Inside the park are cultural village that consists of Buddha statues, old houses, old street stalls, antique collections, wishing tree, and others. There are several outdoor attractions and activities at the park, some of them require additional fees but most of them are included in the entrance ticket. Accommodation are also available here with colorful chalets around the lake.



  • Cultural village
  • Beautiful nature of limestone hills
  • Lakeside and outdoor activities


  • Walking around
  • Relaxing
  • Bicycle riding
  • Trishaw ride
  • Paddle boat
  • Fish feeding

For more updates, refer here at their Facebook page.


  • Open parking
  • Rest huts
  • Fish pond
  • Toilets
  • Bicycle
  • Paddle boat
Antique Displays

On the lakeside chalet house as well as around the village, visitors can enjoy seeing collection of antiques dating back between the 60s to 80s like TV, radio, old school vehicles, and many more.

Wishing Tree

There is a huge old Banyan tree in the middle of the park that is considered as a Wishing Tree. Visitors can make wishes and tie them on the tree, as done in the traditional Chinese period. 

Memory Lanes

Visitors can experience vibe of old memories back in the 1980s an uphill leisure walk around limestone cliffs. There are some windmills and old street stalls here that surely bring the nostalgia feelings to the visitors.

Limestone Hills

The park is surrounded by beautiful limestone hills. Visitors can enjoy the view of the hills and the lakes wherever they look.


There are some chalet rooms available at the park. The chalet buildings are beautifully decorated and colorful painted makes them also one of the attraction at the park.

For more information about the chalet, contact here at their Facebook page.


  • Parking: Free
  • Admission:
    • Adult: RM12
    • Children (under 7 years old): Free
  • Operating hours:
    • Monday to Saturday: 9.00 am to 5.30 pm
    • Sunday and public holiday: Closed
  • Currently the park does not accept any tour bus/group to avoid congestion through housing area

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Photo credit to Qing Ling Leisure & Cultural Village FB.


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By Train/Bus

Take KTM ETS to Ipoh railway station. To take a bus, you have to walk about 500 m to Medan Kidd Ipoh Bus Station. Take myBAS [T34] or Perak Transit [66] bus to Gunung Rapat bus stop in front of Plusliner shop. Then, take a taxi to the park for a journey about 1.8 km. The easiest way, hire a taxi/e-hailing all the way from KTM Ipoh Station for a 8 km journey.

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Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village

Address: No. 22A, Persiaran Pinggir Rapat 5A, Taman Saikat, 31350, Ipoh, Perak
Tel: 05-312 4140
Email: michaelcheng8@hotmail.com
Facebook Page: Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village
Website: –

Last updated on September 2022


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