Ting Residence's entire design theme is based on around the colour wheel, showing off different hues in every room and having lighting features that add a fresh, theatrical look to the property. Selected mosaic-tiles bathrooms lend even more excitement to the space.
Ting Residence is located in a small unique town, Ayer Tawar. There are various points of attraction nearby such as Pangkor Island, Sitiawan, Lumut and Ipoh.
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Comfort is when you walk into a “room that feels like home.” The lobby's furniture, accessories, wall colours, flooring and its textures all contribute to the feeling of being warm and cozy. The lobby welcomes you to a peaceful retreat by its design and colours.
Every floor has its own hue and every room has its own aura. Different colours of curtains and gorgeous mosaic bathroom tiles bring peace to your mind. Cozy lighting sets the tone for relaxation. Amenities are provided for your comfort like Wi-Fi access, air conditioning and intercom telephone.
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2 Super Single Sized Beds
Normal - RM79
Public Holiday - RM89
2 King Sized Beds
Normal - RM129
Public Holiday - RM149
1 Queen Sized Bed and 1 Super Single Sized Bed
Normal - RM99
Public Holiday - RM119
Ting Residence is the ideal setting for a variety of events, from a wedding, to a conference or a meeting for your business in Perak. Whether you are planning to organise a private meeting, business seminar, training programme, product launch, wedding banquet or a private themed party, there is a selection of packages to suit your requests or tailor-made to your needs and budget.
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Ayer Tawar (爱大华) is a small town of 30,000 people in the district of Manjung, state of Perak, Malaysia. Ayer Tawar literally means "fresh water" in the Malay language.
Marina Island Pangkor is the first man-made island in Malaysia, built on the coast of Teluk Muruh, opposite Pangkor Island and Pangkor Laut Resort, in the state of Perak, Malaysia. Marina Island Pangkor is also a Gateway to Pangkor Island with the establishment of a domestic jetty terminal in the island. The journey to Pangkor Island takes only 10 minutes from the Marina Island Jetty.
Pangkor is famous for its beaches and mix of accommodations. Popular beaches include Teluk Nipah and Pasir Bogak. Other attractions on the island include the Fu Ling Kong Temple, the Kali Amman Temple, Batu Bersurat, Tiger Rock, the Dutch Fort (Kota Belanda), the Tombs and Tortoise Hill. There is also recreational snorkeling on nearby Giam Island.
Located about 7km from the Lumut Town and around 1.5 hours drive from Ipoh City, Teluk Batik is one of the most famous beaches in the state of Perak. The stretch of fine sandy beach is a popular spot for campers, picnickers and sun-lovers while the sparkling coastal water is occupy by various activities such as swimming, canoeing, boating, etc. This beach is famous among the locals and it is accessible by cars as there are ample parking bays available near the beach.
Almost an hour’s drive from Ipoh. The temple is located deep inside a kampung by the coast at Pasir Panjang. The main attraction drawing crowds of local and out-of-town visitors are 98 statues of deities and animals from the Chinese lunar calendar on the well-landscaped three-hectare compound.
The Sitiawan Settlement Museum represents a proud legacy and heritage in the development of Sitiawan. The town's original residents were Chinese and escaped the poverty in their own country. Exhibits in the Sitiawan Settlement Museum include some authentic tools used for farming and forestry, early furniture, jars and bottles, period costumes and clothing, musical instruments, cameras and a photographic record of the area of Sitiawan, coal irons, educational material and church items.
Food is never a thing short of over here. There are many local delicacies and cuisines nearby from all cultures, such as Chinese, Malay and Western.
Lot 1122, Jalan Ling Sing Hang 2,
32400 Ayer Tawar, Perak
Tel/Fax : 05-672 9196
Mr. Tai : 012-5461733
Janice Ting : 019-2221191