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16, Jalan Sultan Iskandar, Ipoh, Kinta, Perak, Malaysia, 30000
23-25, Jalan Toh Puan Chan, Kampung Jawa, Ipoh, Kinta, Perak, Malaysia, 30300
117B (2nd Floor), Jalan Sultan Idris Shah (Brewster Road), Ipoh, Kinta, Perak, Malaysia, 30000
Located on the edge of Ipoh's Old Town, close to the Kinta River, Han Chin Pet Soo was originally the home of the Hakka Tin Miners Club, founded in 1893. The old double-storey club house was then rebuilt in 1929. Today, it is the latest tourist attraction in Ipoh as it provides an insight into the shady affairs at the tin miners’ club where prostitution, gambling, opium smoking and many more activities were carried out behind the classy facade of the club. Here, we get to know about the real story of Hakka people and gives an explanation of the history of tin mining industry in our country. This miner club was found by Towkay Leong Fee who arrived in Penang as a penniless migrant in 1876. With hard work and determination, he soon had succeeded in many businesses that he ventured but it was in tin mining that he had his greatest success. Leong Fee died in 1912 and the the club bought thebuilding from Leong’s son and rebuilt it into the fine building which it is today. The museum attracted more than 6000 visitors in the first six months in February 2015 and the number of visitors keep increasing steadily ever since.
Open from Tuesday to Sunday (appointment is required prior visit)
Run by the Sunway Group, Lost World of Tambun is a well-managed water park and amusement park set in stunning scenery on the outskirts of Ipoh. Set in a superb location, the park sits at the foot of stunningly steep limestone hills which are the special characteristic of this place. With greenery all around it is easy to forget that the park is located just a few minutes away from the busy Ipoh city. Consist of water park, amusement park, tiger valley, tin valley and petting zoo, Lost World of Tambun is an ideal place for the whole family members to spend quality time together.
Tucked in a hidden valley in the Tambun district of Ipoh, a Tibetan temple complex, consists of 13 storey pagoda and large standing Buddha statue should be one of the most awesome places to be visited once you are in this city. However, due to its out-of- the-way location, it appears to be less visited than it deserves. The architechture of the pagoda is unusually majestic with a massive opening from the 8th floor upwards through which an 11 metre high gold coloured Shakyamuni Buddha statue overlooks hills, ponds, and pomelo farms. Adjoining the pagoda are a number of pavilions and buildings containing statues of deities, Buddhas, guardians, mythical creatures and more.
Located only 0.22km away from Han Chin Pet Soo, this place is housed in the iconic Oversea and Yick Woh Building at the heart of Ipoh City. With timber flooring and beautiful high celing, guests get to experience the serenity of a historical building as well as the tranquility of the ambient. Othe nearby attractions are Ipoh Mural and Concubine Lane.
With the stunning view of the city river, this hotel aims to provide clean, comfortable and affordable acommodation to their guests. In addition, free high speed Wi-Fi is available throughout the premise, and each room is equipped with 40" LED screen smart IPTV that offers free multiple movies on demand and internet TV programmes. They also provide free shittle service to nearby tourist attractions.