Mirror Lake is a pristine oasis that’s mysteriously tucked deep within one of the clusters of limestone hills in Ipoh. In order to reach the lake, one has to go through a 200 meters tunnel which was bored through the limestone hills that guard the lake for centuries.
This hidden gem offers serenity and idyllic environment to its visitors. There is a steel platform constructed for visitors to enjoy the scenery at the lake. The best time to visit is when the sun is not at its peak. The placid waters of the lake would exhibit its magical reflective property by reflecting the limestone and trees around it. The only sounds were the chirping of the birds from a far distance. Serene quiet, the idyllic scene took our breath away.
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No information about the operating hours. But visitors are advised to go during the day.
There is no entrance fee.
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