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As for a local like me, it's nothing much here. But you can pass by here when you visit the railway station and ipoh's old town area.
Located just across the state mosque, so be sure to stop by.
Food court also located at the...More
Standing slightly more than one-story high is the Birch Memorial Clock Tower in front Ipoh State Mosque and within walking distance from Han Chin Tat Soo Hakka Museum. This clock tower was unveiled in 1908 in memory of late J.W.W Birch who was the first...More
This magnificent clock tower was built in 1909 as a memorial to J.W.W. Birch, first British Resident of Perak, who was assassinated in 1875 at Pasir Salak. Some interesting facts: There used to be a bronze bust of Birch with a dedication below, but both...More
Nice for photo opportunities but also Hawker centre right next to this serving good food. Easy walk from the old town area and parking very convenient especially on sundays where there is no parking fees in ipoh
This attractive colonial clock tower in the heritage district of central Ipoh is worth a quick stop for some photos. Some interesting murals painted on the side and a pretty design. Easily combined with the railway station and other heritage buildings.
An old colonial clock tower,slightly interesting.A few good photos.Close to The train station,city hall,and mosque.Worth the walk if your visiting the other colonial buildings.Food court next to tower.